The flagship sedan will finally reach the States this November.
While we previously reported that the new G90 won't make its U.S. debut soon, it seems like Hyundai's luxury brand is ready to grace the Western market with its flagship sedan. In a report by CarBuzz, the mentioned refreshed versions of the G90 will finally make their U.S. launch – and it's this month at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Gallery: Genesis G90 facelift (KDM Spec)
In CarBuzz's report, the Korean automaker has confirmed that the Genesis flagship will be shown to the public on November 20th at the famous motor show in California. Of note, the new G90 has been offered to other markets other than the U.S., so this November reveal is warranted, to say the least, given the importance of luxury brands in the American market.
As for its new look, the refreshed G90 will, of course, don the new triangular grille, along with the split headlights and taillights. While the design is a far cry from the old G90, the engine is expected to remain the same for the revamped model.
Under the hood of the new G90 will be the same 3.3-liter twin-turbo V6 that produces 365 horsepower (272 kiloWatts) and 379 pound-feet (514 Newton-meters) of torque. The 5.0L V8 should also make a comeback, making 419 hp (313 kW) and 383 lb-ft (520 Nm) torque.
As for the pricing, well, we all have to wait until November 20th before we get to know how Genesis will price its flagship model. Of course, you can bet your bottom dollar that we'll be on top of that towards the end of the month.