The new Genesis sedan was previewed in the Korean automaker’s wild HCD-14 concept and expect quite a few changes to the sedan. In addition to the all-wheel-drive offering, it is expected that the 2015 Genesis sedan’s styling will be a departure from the automaker’s current model.
According to Hyundai, the new Genesis will feature a “fluidic-precision liquid metal” design language, which is prevalent on the HCD-14 concept. It will be interesting to see if Hyundai adds a torque-vectoring system to the Genesis sedan to compete with other higher-end luxury models on the market. But one thing’s for sure, Hyundai has no plans to offer a hybrid variant for either its Genesis or Equus sedans.