Genesis started as a line of sports sedans under the Hyundai brand. It later launched as a standalone brand in 2016.
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It will follow the larger G80-based GV80, which is slated for late 2020 or early 2021.
In spite of the fact that the G90 is much less expensive than its rivals, this Genesis is a solid contender among large luxury sedans.
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Genesis wants to prove that luxury doesn't have to be large.
The Korean automaker says its Mint concept "introduces the new typology of the premium city car as an accessory for the modern, urban lifestyle."
Small electric cars can go a long way in urban traffic.
The Korean luxury brand has a history of wowing NY attendees with outrageous concepts, and 2019 looks to follow that trend.