Hyundai Genesis (2012)

The award-winning Hyundai Genesis sedan segment continues its leadership with exterior styling enhancements, the new direct injection technology for its Lambda V6, the new eight-speed automatic, and improved chassis tuning. In addition, a new 5.0-liter direct-injection V8 engine now available only on 5.0-R Spec model, which includes unique 19-inch wheels machined alloy, optional Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 summer tires for performance and Sports calibrations tuned transmission, suspension and steering Vehicle Dynamics exciting.

NEW R-Spec 5.0: The most powerful V8 ever HYUNDAI

The heart of the Hyundai Genesis 5.0 R-Spec is a new V8 engine of 429 horsepower at 6400 rpm produces Tau and 376 lb-ft of torque at 5000 rpm. The new Tau V8 is the most powerful engine in the history of Hyundai, with an increase in the specific production (85.8 hp / liter) than its competitors in the naturally aspirated engine of high-end luxury. For 2011, the Tau V8 engine family was again appointed to the prestigious top ten engines of the third consecutive

The 5.0-liter cylinder bore was increased from 92 mm to 96 mm above the bar of 4.6 liters for a total displacement of 5.0 liters (5038 cc). In addition to extended travel, the direct injection technology was added. This system of high pressure direct injection (over 2200 psi), greatly increases the power and torque while reducing fuel consumption and emissions. Compression ratio increased from 10.4 to 11.5:1 for superior thermal efficiency and output. The Tau also receives a bed sheet revised for better block rigidity and lower NVH and carriers camshaft, and roller chain to improve the stability of the valve train.

Moreover, it still offers all new V8 engine technologies of the premium 4.6-liter V8, including continuously variable valve dual (D-CVVT), a hearing induction system, low friction coefficient of the variable diamond coatings (DLC) in the piston skirt, rings and buttons. Even with these impressive increases in power, fuel economy is estimated at 16 mpg city and 25 mpg on the highway, almost matching the 4.6-liter V8 (17 mpg city/26 mpg highway). As an additional point of interest, the same 5.0-liter Tau V8 with eight-speed transmission will replace the current 4.6-liter V8 engine standard on the Hyundai Equus sedan 2012 high-end luxury, on sale this summer.

Tau 5.0-liter V8 is a new house with eight-speed transmission. Hyundai has developed this new report adds two more transmission improves acceleration, shifting smoothness and efficiency of the transmission of more than six percent in the first six-speed transmission. All eight marches include SHIFTRONIC ® feature a manual gearbox. This new eight-speed transmission is the first offered by a manufacturer of non-luxury brands.

In agreement with Hyundai Engineering philosophy, as R-Spec will include more aggressive chassis tuning to match its powertrain improvements corresponding to the optimal dynamic balance. To improve the control of the roll, the front stabilizer bar diameter is increased from 25 mm to 26 mm and the diameter at the rear of 18 mm to 19 mm in model 4.6. R-Spec will sport a unique design alloy wheels 19 inches with a high quality finish and machined optional Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 summer performance tires. Calibration Management R-Spec was adapted to the single wheel and tire combination for improved performance and conduct expectations of refinement in this segment. To complete the overall performance, the front brake rotors increased from 13.0 inches to 13.6 inches above the 2011 4.6 model.

In addition, more aggressive styling cues from Genesis all the 2012 models, the R-Spec headlights offer a unique dark chrome inserts in front of more distinctive appearance. R-Spec trim has been added to the shelf label, and the black R Spec embroidered floor mats on a daily basis to remind the driver performance, which is expected at the wheel. Hyundai Genesis Spec-R offered sports-oriented in only three exterior colors: Black Noir, metallic titanium and platinum, each with black leather seats and all-black leather-wrapped sport differential aspect of the model 4.6.

DIRECT INJECTION Lambda 3.8-liter engine

In line with its 5.0-liter V8 sibling, the Hyundai Genesis 3.8-liter Lambda engine will receive a direct injection (GDI) technology to increase production of 15 percent from 290 to 333 horsepower, an impressive gain of 43 horsepower without increasing displacement. In addition, increasing peak torque from 264 lb.-ft. to 291 lb.-ft., up from 27 lb.-ft. generous in the same 3.8 liter. Compression ratio 10.4:1 11.5:1 increases the thermal efficiency. The new Lambda V6 direct injection gives a result higher specific (87.6 hp / liter) that competitors normally aspirated high-end luxury.
The 3.8-liter engine retains all the high-end technologies that have made it great since the beginning of Genesis: dual variable valve timing (CVVT D-), induction variable, aluminum block and heads, the steel chain, and the tip of iridium spark plugs. Besides the generous power and torque gains, to produce direct injection technology represents a significant reduction of emissions through a reduction of 40 percent in the catalyst light off time. In addition, a variable vane pump oil is mounted on the oil pressure corresponding precisely to the requirements of engine lubrication for increased efficiency at all engine speeds. Consequently, the increase of 3.8 liters of fuel economy over GDI seven percent from 27 to 29 mpg mpg on the highway.

All 3.8-liter engines will be coupled with an internally developed eight-speed SHIFTRONIC and gear specifically calibrated to an overall increase in efficiency of transmission of six percent. These two additional conditions to achieve the competing goals of acceleration and economy without compromise.

Security technologies

Keep stress Hyundai produces leading technology security, Hyundai Genesis boasts world's active and passive safety features to help both Class prevent accidents and maximize the well being of passengers in a collision. Hyundai Hyundai Genesis continues the tradition of standardizing key life-saving safety technology with electronic stability control (ESC), eight airbags and electronic active head restraints. Active front headrests have shown the Insurance Institute for road safety to prevent whiplash.

With the addition of safety leadership in the 2012 Hyundai Genesis adds new daytime running lights on all models. In addition, Genesis offers a new conception of Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS), a technology package available in 3.8, 4.6 and 5.0, the R-Spec models.
Total Hyundai Genesis' eight airbags include advanced dual front airbags, front and rear seat side airbags and side curtain airbags on the roof and outside front and rear occupants.

Hyundai Genesis has a total of eight ultrasonic sensors located on the front and rear bumpers. Backup sensors and rear-view camera help detect how close objects are when parking. The distance is marked in-dash screen and accompanied by a beep.

Hyundai Genesis has been arrested by the big four-wheel antilock disc brakes, brake assist and electronic brake force distribution (EBD). Hyundai Genesis 3.8 models now have a large 13.0-inch front rotors, calipers with four pistons, while the 4.6 and 5.0 models feature a 13.6-inch rotors front oversized.

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