Hyundai Genesis sedan officially revealed in Korea Posted Dec 5th 2007 10:28AM by Alex Nunez Filed under: Detroit Auto Show, Sedans/Saloons, Hyundai Click image for hi-res gallery of the Genesis The spy photos were both detailed and plentiful, and today, any remaining mystery about the new Hyundai Genesis luxury sedan's looks can be put to rest. The car was previewed to the media in Korea this week, and the photos released by Hyundai show the Korean-market version of the car au naturale. Note the newly-unveiled winged Genesis emblem on the hood and wheel centers. The US-market cars should sport the familiar stylized "H" instead. Specific technical details are not given save for confirmation that the four-door Lexus-fighter will be offered with a 375 horsepower Tau V8 and a pair of Lambda V6's (3.3L and 3.8L). According to a company spokesman, the most expensive version of Hyundai's new flagship should come at around $40,000 USD depending on equipment (the V6 should sticker under $30K). Koreans will be able to buy the car in January, with US and Chinese sales to follow later in the first half of '08. The car's full dog-and-pony show reveal will take place next month at the Detroit Auto Show, and we'll be there to bring you all the details. More [email protected]://www.autoblog.com/photos/2009-hyundai-genesis-sedan-korean-market-version/ What y'all think? CLassic-albeit generic lines and great price will move this guy, and probably turn over would be RL and A6 (buyers who are obviously not as name conscious as E-class and 7-series buyers) buyers, both of which want a bigger car for the buck. I doubt it'll do much damage to the big boys, who're the same size, S550, 750i,A8,LS460,XJ, etc. Oh, will probably do some damage to M35 sales.