Genesis Launches 2019 G70 w/ World’s First 3D Instrument Cluster

by Oct 17, 2018All News, Genesis0 comments

2019 Genesis G70 Announced in South Korea (3)

With the launch of the 2019 G70 in South Korea, Genesis’ latest saloon is the world’s first in class to have 12.3-inch 3D instrument cluster. The 12.3-inch 3D cluster is a state-of-the-art new technology that recognizes the eyes of the driver without any glasses and implements various driving information in a stereoscopic screen.

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The 3D cluster can be switched between 2D and 3D depending on the driver’s preference, and the theme screen can be set to suit your taste. There are 3 modes were you can choose between “modern”, “space”, and “edge” in order to change the design and colours, and also can select between 5 differents driving modes (“Comfort”, “Sport”, “Smart”, “ECO” and “Custom”).

A new electric tailgate system arrives in order to reduce the final weight of the car. Another convenience features were added or revised, like the new Air Clean mode, a revised HD Infotainment System, or a re-tuned electric parking brake, also with auto-hold.

In addition, a specification that was standard only on the 3.3-liter Twin Turbo gasoline engine, the ‘eco-coasting’, a feature that aims at maximizing fuel economy by essentially coaching the driver on when to coast and brake via an icon in the Instrument Panel that blinks for four-seconds and sounds a one-time audible alert.specifications went into the base. Now is a standard on every G70 version.

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The gasoline 3.3 Turbo Sport model is now equipped with a ‘Dynamic AWD system’ that uses a mechanical differential gear limiter (M-LSD) when the car equipped the HTRAC, Hyundai’s All-Wheel Drive system.

According to Genesis, the driving performance is improved through the new re-tuned HTRAC that controls the front and rear driving force and the new M-LSD that controls the left and right driving force.Now the G-force status can be checked inside the new cluster.

The price range of the 2019 G70 in South Korea is set between 37 million won to 52,3 million won ($32,882 to $46,479).

An official from Genesis executive said, “The G70, a mid-sized luxury sedan launched in September last year, has sold more than 1,000 units per month this year and has stabilized its position in the domestic market.” In order to repay the love and interest of domestic customers, We have greatly enhanced our G70 through additional specifications and will continue to make customized innovations in the future. “

Written by Jose Antonio Lopez

Passionated about Korean cars from Hyundai, Kia & Genesis. Photographer. I love being in nature, hiking. Tech lover.

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