2018 Genesis G90 Sport Review


2018 Genesis G90 Sport Review

Formerly Hyundai flagship model, Genesis is now a premium brand of Hyundai and the flagship model G90 full size is the largest and most expensive model in the ranks of cars.

2018 Genesis G90 Sport Review

2018 Genesis G90 Sport Review


2018 Genesis G90 Overview


Newly launched for the 2017 model year, Genio G90 2018 will likely carry with a few updates – we will update this space as soon as we have official info. The 2017 G90’s engine options include a 3.7-liter twin-turbo V-6 365-hp, 376-lb-ft, and a 5.0-liter V-8 engine with a capacity of 420 hp, 383 lb £ 5.0 (expect both to continue for 2018).

Both engines come paired with an eight-speed automatic; Rear wheel drive is standard and all-wheel drive is available. Expect this 2017 G90 feature to return to 2018 including full LED headlamps, hand-operated hand luggage, heated and ventilated 20-way power driver seats, heated and ventilated rear seats, Lexicon 17 speaker audio system, navigation on 12, 3 inch screen, and head-up screen to return to the lineup for 2018.

If you frequently transfer passengers to the backseat, select the integrated controls available on the rear armrest, rear-mirrored back mirrors, and 14-way rear-left and 12-way left rear seats with an integrated memory system that is likely to return.

2018 Genesis G90 Sport Review

2018 Genesis G90 Sport Review


2018 Genesis G90  Safety


Genesis 2017 G90 is considered the Top Safety Pick + 2017, the highest award awarded by IIHS. The 2018 model should receive the same active and passive safety features as Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Alarm Attention Alert, blind spot monitoring with back-track help system and cross-traffic traffic alert, Lane Keep Assist (with Lane Departure Lane), Cruise control Adaptive with stop-and-go capabilities, a 9.7-inch color head-up display, multi-view camera system, turning headlamps with high auto beam, and pre-active seatbelts.


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