NAIAS 2013: Hyundai HCD-14 Genesis Concept

Derek Kreindler
by Derek Kreindler

Hyundai’s HCD-14 Concept is said to preview certain elements of the next-generation Genesis (which should be named Exodus, no?). A Hyundai PR rep noted that this is strictly a concept – unlike Honda, which previews basically production-ready vehicles as “concepts”, this will remain a showcar, though some details will make their way into production. Specific details remain unknown, naturally.

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  • Bimmer Bimmer on Jan 15, 2013

    I don't want my elbow resting on a windowsill to be same level as my ear! And I'm 6'4"! I want a proper window not a gun slit!

  • Thesparrow Thesparrow on Jan 15, 2013

    The proportions are off, the interior is a melted Ikea-ish mess, and that front end is brutal. But this IS a concept and they are definately moving in the right direction with the general design elements. So overall I kinda dig it!

  • Aja8888 Folks, this car is big enough to live in. Dual deal: house and car for $7 large.
  • Astigmatism I don't think tax credits will put me in this league, but if I could swing it, I would 1000% go for a restomod EV Grand Wagoneer:
  • FreedMike I like the looks of the Z, but I'd take the Mustang. V8s are a disappearing breed.
  • Picard234 I can just smell the clove cigarettes and the "oregano" from the interior. Absolutely no dice at any price.
  • Dartdude The Europeans don't understand the American market. That is why they are small players here. Chrysler Group is going to die pretty soon under their control. Europeans have a sense of superiority over Americans that is why the Mercedes merger didn't work out and almost killed Chrysler. Bringing European managers aren't going to help. Just like F1 they want our money. We need Elon Musk to buy out Chrysler, Dodge and Ram from Stellantis.