Hyundai Genesis Concept 

  • 2007
 
Rear-wheel drive provides a 53:47 front/rear weight distribution for optimal handling as well as more refined steering characteristics.
by Top Speed (Mar, 2007)
NEW REAR-WHEEL-DRIVE ARCHITECTURE IS A FIRST FOR THE U.S.Concept Genesis features a rear-wheel-drive architecture, its first application in a U.S. Hyundai model.
by Top Speed (Mar, 2007)

Data points Key details of the Hyundai Genesis Concept

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10
Dec

Hyundai Genesis Concept

www.supercars.net
To match its dynamic powertrain capabilities, Genesis combines strong, sculpted forms which integrate precise details, natural materials and innovative lighting to provide a well-crafted, premium design aesthetic.
Genesis features a suspension design that is among the most sophisticated and refined anywhere, at any price.
15
Nov

2007 Hyundai Genesis Coupe Concept

AutomobileMag News
We say: We're not sure we love the droopy rear-side window treatment, but the Genesis Coupe Concept sure does look menacing.
And don't forget that Hyundai has also promised a turbocharged four-cylinder for even less money.
Rear-wheel drive provides a 53:47 front/rear weight distribution for optimal handling as well as more refined steering characteristics.
When it arrives in 2008 it will catapult Hyundai into competition against some potent rivals, and Genesis is up for the challenge.
16
Mar

2007 Hyundai Genesis Concept

AutomobileMag News
The Genesis concept-shown first at the 2007 New York International Auto Show-is the precursor to a 2008 production model that has some pretty potent targets (the Mercedes-Benz E-class and the BMW 5-series were called out right in the press release) in its crosshairs.
While some important details like the V-8's 4.6 liter displacement, the six-speed transmission by ZF, and 53/47 front-to-rear weight distribution have been revealed, Hyundai is being a bit shady about some important figures.

Specifications Full list of technical specs

general

Brand Hyundai
Year 2007

transmission

Gearing Traditional

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc

power & handling

Steering system Rack and pinion

engine

Fuels Gas
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