The all-new 2015 Hyundai Genesis has received one of the most coveted automobile awards from Popular Mechanics, a well-known consumer magazine, its “Luxury Car of the Year” award. According to www.popularmechanics.com, details of this event will be illustrated on its website and also at the December/January edition of the magazine, now currently available at newsstands.
This award clearly illustrates how the Hyundai Genesis stands head and shoulders above its competition and has become the benchmark in the automotive industry, the standard by which the luxury category will be defined by. According to Mike O’Brien, vice president of corporate and motor planning at Hyundai Motor America, “The all-new Genesis is redefining the luxury market by offering premium features and advanced technology at an unbeatable value.”
Editors at Popular mechanics searched for vehicles that are standouts this year, exciting to drive, reliable, and have all the required safety features. Then once a list is gathered, editors ponder and deliberate for several days until a final decision is reached.
Editors at Popular Mechanics stated, “The Hyundai Genesis ought to have the Germans and everyone else worried. This time around, Hyundai knows that intangibles make all the difference in the realm of luxury sedans, where all the cars are good.” The editors further stated, “The Genesis, right now, is in a sweet spot.”
The all-new 2015 Hyundai Genesis represents a new, innovative step forward for the company, featuring its original H-TRAC, the first ever all-wheel drive system on a sedan vehicle. In addition to being equipped with every standard feature needed to compete in the luxury class, it has Hyundai’s second generation Blue Link infotainment system and telematics.
Furthermore it represents the highest levels of luxury and comforts, featuring the same style and features the Germans have in their cars, but for much less; several thousands of dollars less. These are excellent selling points for the Genesis, making the vehicle a great value which should retain its appreciation for a very long time.
Hyundai is headquartered at Fountain Valley, California, a subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Corporation of Seoul, South Korea. An unprecedented feature in the automotive industry is that all new vehicles sold through its 800 dealers in North America have a 10 year/100,000 mile limited powertrain warranty along with five years of complimentary roadside assistance, giving its customers peace of mind.