It’s been some time since the Genesis Motor Road map was seen again and since we are getting closer to the year 2020, let’s review how the plans were followed as of today and what’s waiting to be release for the Genesis brand.
Genesis placed first in J.D. Power’s U.S. Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study among all brands. With a score of 884, Genesis topped the APEAL Study rankings. The first-place finish for Genesis in the 2018 APEAL Study represents a 15-point increase over its second-place finish in 2017. (more…)
US sales of the Genesis brand dropped for the sixth consecutive month, according to US automotive media. Even though the company has been in the US for over two years, overall brand sales have fallen below 1,000 units per month. (more…)
Hyundai had a busy 2017 year with total sales being over half a million units sold in the U.S. Furthermore, there are signs that the consumer market is transitioning to SUVs over sedans as their Tucson set another best month record in sales. Despite their 12% decline over total sales from last year, Hyundai has done a lot of movement from closely monitoring its new luxury brand Genesis to decreasing fleet sales. (more…)
It’s hard to believe a year has passed since Hyundai created its own luxury brand the Genesis Brand. With continued announcements on new vehicles, the N line, and future concepts, it can be difficult to keep track of all their endeavors. (more…)