Sunday, January 20, 2013

The new Hyundai HCD-14 Genesis Concept Car at Detroit Auto Show

Hyundai’s rising occurrence in LA range from the budget minded inflection to the luxury Genesis and Equus models. Of the two high-end models, the Genesis outsells the Equus mainly probable attributable to its more gorgeous pricing and the fact that it has most comfort features on current on most motorists’ wish list.

Hyundai HCD-14 Concept Car

The Autoweek editors noted, “The HCD-14, the latest in Hyundai's long line of abstract offerings, could finally become the next Genesis sedan in making appearance and that would take the Korean automaker to yet another level of complexity in styling as well as technological ability.” said Autoweek editors. Davey G. Johnson, Autoweek’s senior online editor, additional, “You look at this stylish sedan and say, 'That's a Hyundai?' This is a elegant concept car.”

Hyundai HCD-14 Concept Car

The Autoweek editors chose a Best in Show, a Best Concept, and a most important. And a Most Fun vehicle. “We instilled the HCD-14 Genesis with a premium-sport 4-door sedan road occurrence,” noted Christopher Chapman, chief designer, Hyundai Design North America. He additional, “It has a sleek and frivolous outline and inside, a driver-centric cockpit prioritizes dramatic statue and safety over infotainment button excess.

Hyundai HCD-14 Concept Car

Hyundai comments that the HCD-14 Genesis features state-of-the-art driver eye-tracking and hand-gesture appreciation, thumb controls or gesture detection used to select navigation, infotainment, audio, HVAC, and Smartphone connectivity functions. A windshield heads-up display (HUD) provides negligible driving interruption and the concept’s power train features Hyundai Tau V8 engine with straight injection and Dual constantly Variable Valve Timing (D-CVVT).

For those who can’t wait for the HCD-14 to become realism, the presently available Genesis is obtainable at your LA Hyundai dealer. The 3.8 liter V6 has a normal price of $34,200 and the more lavish 5.0 liter R-Spec will set you back $48,600.

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