Genesis G90 interior teaser image

Genesis EQ900 (Genesis G90) variant-wise specifications released

February 25, 2017

The Genesis EQ900, or Genesis G90 as Hyundai Motor will brand it for the global markets, will have its world premiere and domestic launch in South Korea on 12 December. The new full-size luxury saloon is available for private preview to select customers at the Hyundai Motorstudio in Seoul, South Korea till 6 December.

The Genesis G90 (Genesis EQ900) will come packed with an ample of comfort, convenience and safety features. Three models will be available in South Korea – 3.8, 3.3T and 5.0. These three models designate their respective engine options.

Genesis G90 official rendering

The entry-level 3.8 model features a 3.8-litre naturally aspirated V6 petrol engine that produces 315 PS (311 hp) and 40.5 kg.m (397 Nm) of torque. The mid-level 3.3T model is powered by a 3.3-litre twin-turbo V6 petrol engine that churns out 370 PS (365 hp) and 52.0 kg.m (510 Nm) of torque. The 5.0 model is powered by a 5.0-litre naturally aspirated V8 engine good for 425 PS (419 hp) and 53.0 kg.m (520 Nm) of torque.

The 3.8 and 3.3T models will be available in three trim levels – Premium, Exclusive and Prestige. The range-topping 5.0 model will be available only in Prestige trim level. The long-wheelbase version will be available only in the 5.0 guise and Prestige trim level.

Genesis G90 interior teaser image

Genesis EQ900 3.8 Premium

Standard features of the 3.8 model in Premium trim level include HID headlamps with LED daytime running lights, full LED tail lamps, 245 / 50R18 Michelin tyres, dual-joint sound insulating glass, 7.0-inch TFT LCD display for instrument cluster, Shift-By-Wire (SBW) transmission system, paddle shifters, four driving modes – Smart, Eco, Sport and Individual, electronic parking brake, 9 airbags and front and rear Parking Assist System (PAS).

Comfort and convenience features include three-zone climate control system, power driver’s seat with lumbar support, 4-way electrically adjustable headrests for front seats, front seat ventilation, memory function for front seats, rear seat armrest, Blue Link 2.0 infotainment system with 12.3-inch HD display, Lexicon 14-speaker sound system, remote control, wireless charger for smartphones in the front and rear-seat vanity mirrors.

H-TRAC all-wheel drive system, Driving Assist Package convenience package and safety sunroof will be available optionally.

Genesis EQ900 3.8 Exclusive

The Exclusive trim level adds more standard features like adaptive full LED headlamps with smart high beam, H-TRAC all-wheel drive system, Highway Driving Assist, Advanced Smart Cruise Control, Automatic Emergency Braking system, Around View Monitor, Head-Up Display, haptic steering wheel, 22-way electrically adjustable ERGO seats, smart air conditioning system and electrically operable boot. Safety sunroof, rear-seat displays and rear-seat comfort package will be available optionally.

Genesis EQ900 3.8 Prestige

The Prestige trim level’s noteworthy features include 245 / 45R19 (front) and 275 / 40R19 (rear) Continental tyres, rear-seat privacy glass, Prime Nappa leather seats, real wood and suede interior elements, seven-colour ambient lighting, advanced three-zone climate control, rear-seat displays, 14-way adjustable ERGO rear seats with memory function and ventilation, electric rear seat side curtain and electric back glass curtain.

Safety sunroof, First Class VIP seats and tower console with wireless charging pad will be available optionally.

Genesis EQ900 3.3T

The 3.3T model features Hyundai Variable Control Suspension (HVCS) as standard. Except for that, all standard features are same as the 3.8 model. Apart from the tower console with wireless charging pad not being available on the Prestige trim, optional features remain the same as well.

Genesis EQ900 5.0

The standard 5.0 model’s noteworthy features include puddle lamps and Lexicon 17-speaker sound system. Safety sunroof and First Class VIP seats will be available optionally. The extended-wheelbase version features 19-inch alloy wheels, ambient lighting and distinctive elements including a emblems on B-pillar, map pocket, special mats, etc. First Class VIP seats will be available on both standard- and long-wheelbase versions, while the former will also be available with a safety sunroof. The long-wheelbase version will become available on 16 February.

Genesis G90 side profile official rendering

Genesis EQ900 – Dimensions (+/- Hyundai Equus)

Length – 5,205 mm (+45 mm)
Width – 1,915 mm (+15 mm)
Height – 1,495 mm (±0 mm)
Wheelbase – 3,160 mm (+ 115 mm)

Genesis EQ900 long-wheelbase – Dimensions (+/- Hyundai Equus long-wheelbase)

Length – 5,495 mm (+35 mm)
Width – 1,915 mm (+15 mm)
Height – 1,495 mm (±0 mm)
Wheelbase – 3,450 mm (+105 mm)

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  1. Hyundai keeps coming up. Nice one gentlemen.

  2. Damn the G90 looks hot!

  3. Looks like something Bruce Wayne would drive.

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