From providing drivers with ample base features to touting an array of unique tech options, there's a long list of reasons why luxury cars are an excellent buy. Whether you're in the market for a spacious commuter or a dashingly suave Sunday cruiser, our inventory of new Genesis models likely has something suited to your driving needs If you're searching for a new luxury vehicle that brings something different to the table, then a Genesis model might be exactly what you're after.

Commute in Comfort

The Genesis vehicle lineup doesn't provide drivers with an overwhelming selection of models to consider. The Genesis vehicle lineup consists of three sedans and a single SUV option, with all four models coming outfitted with a seriously impressive set of standard features. Unlike many other brands, Genesis ensures plenty of great features even at the base trim level, so you can enjoy comfy driving regardless of the trim selected. There aren't any cloth-trimmed seats to be found in the Genesis interior. Commute in luxurious comfort thanks to leatherette-trimmed seats that feature standard heating functionality. Plus, for those cold winter days or steamy summer ones, drivers can look to a standard dual-zone automatic climate control system. If you're thinking a new SUV is suited to your driving needs, then the brand-new GV80 is an excellent model to consider. The new GV80 includes a 14.5-inch touchscreen infotainment display that includes Apple CarPlay/Android Auto for convenient smartphone connectivity. The upper trim levels each Genesis model provides drivers with dashingly lavish luxury features to enjoy, with highlights like active noise cancellation, leather-trimmed seats, a Lexicon premium audio system, Nappa leather-trimmed seats, and heated/ventilated front and second-row seats.

Unique Technology Features

While many standard car brands come with small, limited infotainment systems, Genesis models come equipped with a variety of cutting-edge features. For instance, the brand-new GV80 boasts a 14.5-inch infotainment display. That's larger than not only standard car brands, but many other luxury brands, as well. Of course, drivers can also look forward to many classic features to go with the infotainment system, including Apple CarPlay/Android Auto and Bluetooth connectivity. Tech features for entertainment and connectivity are one thing, audio features are a whole separate venture. At best, many standard car brands feature Bose or JBL audio systems that offer "premium" sound. Drivers look for a true audiophile experience can look to Genesis models and their standard and available sound systems for better quality. The base GV80, for example, includes a standard 12-speaker audio system. If you're looking to get a truly special audio experience, then upgrading to a 21-speaker Lexicon audio system is a great idea. Other unique tech features include a head-up display, wireless charging capability, and a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster.

Base luxury Trim Levels = Top Trim Level of Standard Car Brands

You get more with the base trim level of a luxury vehicle than with the top of the line trim levels of standard brands. The new GV80 includes heated 12-way power front seats, a 14.5-inch infotainment display, a hands-free power tailgate, and a standard bundle of driver assistance features. We're not talking just one or two driver assistance features, either. No, the Genesis GV80 features a whole host of features, including features like lane-keeping assist, forward-collision warning (with automatic emergency braking), adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot collision assist. You're getting top notch-features straight away, with Genesis models, unlike with standard car brands, which require major upgrades to even approach luxury-level quality.

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