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Since the beginning of 2016, Hyundai has been pulling out special models that are aimed to beat the likes of Mercedes C-Class and BMW 3-Series. Yet besides these proper vehicles, the Korean car manufacture has not been shy about announcing that it is all set and ready to jump into the foreground of the highly-tuned midsize sport sedan. Nowhere is more evident than its newest sporty one. Guys, meet the Genesis G70.
The G70 will be seeing daylight on Korean roads soon, and is poised to do a battle with the German car marques, according to car news from Hyundai's Genesis brand. To achieve that ambition, it offers the Genesis G70 with handsome appearance, cutting-edge technology, and advanced safety systems.
The vehicle didn’t disappoint us. The manufacturer shows that it really knows what its future holds, by unveiling the G70 to take on the future. Often times, someone can easily afford a BMW 3-Series or a Mercedes C-Class, but they still choose a Hyundai high-end sedan. Why?
Will the Genesis G70 be a warning sign to Mercedes C-Class and BMW 3-Series?
Hyundai design team expressed their thoughts on this question by making a truly gorgeous G70. The car’s appearance dons character lines creased into the side of it, along with sharp angles and curves for a quite youthful look. The soundproofing materials add to this active yet sophisticated vibe. There are also gaping oval exhausts and red brake calipers on the Hyundai’s newest luxury sedan.
The G70 is ready to do a battle with the German car marques
Stepping inside, the interior is a combination of sophistication and state-of-the art goodies. An Audi-esque dash sweep, a BMW-style display screen, and diamond-quilted upholstery are the major theme in here. Hyundai also shares that it offered several soft touch materials in the cabin.
The Genesis G70 is available with a trio of powertrains – a 3.3-liter turbo V6, a 2.2-liter turbodiesel, and a 2.0-liter gasoline.
According to sources, the Genesis G70 is already on sale in Korean, other markets will follow in 2018.
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