The 2015 Hyundai Genesis Hits the Nurburgring
The Nurburgring in Germany has long been the track that many automakers go to test their newest vehicles, in hopes of breaking records. Hyundai is following in this regard, and brought the all-new 2015 Genesis to the track to see what it's made of. The all-wheel drive Genesis hits the Nordschleife track at the Nurburgring complex, which is widely considered the benchmark for the automotive world, as it is so demanding. The engineers at Hyundai worked around the clock to produce a vehicle that could tackle the course with ease. The new 2015 Genesis features the HTRAC all-wheel drive system to grip those corners at high speeds, along with the different drive modes. For the sake of the course, the driver put it in sport mode. The continuous damping control suspension helped the vehicle deliver better handling and control, and thanks to a Lotus-tuned chassis, the new Hyundai Genesis performed better than some expected. But we don't want to give the entire video away. Check it out below to see the all-new 2015 Hyundai Genesis tackle one of the world's most demanding tracks. Source: Hyundai via YouTube
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