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Hyundai's flagship keeps creeping closer to the big dogs in quality and cost.


It doesn't look much like the Hybrid Sports Sedan Concept from the New York Auto Show.

Proportionally, it's taking aim directly at BMW.


Alexa can tell you the news, and now it can set the climate control in your Genesis.


This sedan takes comfort seriously.

The 2017 Genesis G90 has a short options list, lots of room in back, and plenty of comfort. The new twin-turbo V6 also brings the twist.


A luxurious coupe would fit perfectly into Genesis' lineup.


Yes, it's more expensive, but you're getting more content.

The Hyundai Genesis is dead. Long live the Genesis G80.


Hyundai takes first step with 110-mile-range Ioniq EV in the US this fall.

Hyundai executive says an electric vehicle with a 250-mile single-charge range is likely by the end of the decade.


This year marks the first time CUVs, SUVs, and minivans will compete for their own award.

There are some absurd entries in this year's competition – Rolls-Royce Dawn, anyone? – but plenty of mainstream metal. Finalists will be announced December 6.


Hyundai to Europe: Hold your Equuses.

Genesis will be in North America, China, South Korea, and the Middle East, but a lack of powertrains will hold up the European launch.


Hyundai's Genesis brand intends to enter the market for upscale EVs, though we don't know when or in what form the new model will arrive.


But which model could go PHEV is a big unknown.

While the full picture of Hyundai's new Genesis lineup comes into focus, reports emerge that the Korean automaker is already planning plug-in hybrid variants of one or more of its models.


But their Korean bosses may not be so keen to finance the project

Peter Schreyer and Luc Donckerwolke came to Hyundai from the Volkswagen Group, where luxury brands create supercars. But will they manage to convince their new bosses to green-light one for the new Genesis brand?


Peter Schreyer is in charge of design at Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis, and a profile from Bloomberg shows just how important he is to those brands.


The Genesis Hybrid Sports Sedan Concept shows that the young brand might be able to take on established players in the crowded segment.


Genesis has revealed its first ever concept, foreshadowing an entry level sedan that would do battle with the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes C-Class, and Audi A4.


The Genesis New York Concept previews a sport sedan with modern styling, which points toward the new brand's future design language.


Back home in Korea, Hyundai is offering the vehicle we know as the Genesis G90 as the EQ900L, boasting an extra foot of space in the back to stretch out.


The luxury car reborn.

Hyundai plans to deliver just as much luxury experience with its new Genesis brand as it does high-end automobile. The market is primed for its concierge luxury and classic refinement.


Struggling to meet demand for its utilities, Hyundai has plans to turn down sedan production and boost crossover output. New crossovers will be added and at least one four-door nameplate will go away.


Hyundai has big plans for both its Genesis and N sub-brands, and that, according to the latest reports, includes combining the two to create luxury performance models in the years to come.


We Discuss The Launch Of The Genesis Luxury Brand

From the Genesis booth at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, Jonathon Buckley interviews Hyundai VP of Product Planning Mike O'Brien. They discuss what the launch of a standalone Genesis luxury brand means for Hyundai.

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