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Genesis G90 Earns Luxury Car Award

The 2017 Genesis G90 sedan has earned AutoPacific's Best in Class, Ideal Luxury Car award as part of the business consultancy's annual Ideal Vehicle awards.

2017 Genesis G90

The Genesis G90 sets itself apart with the interior, drivetrain, and sleek exterior. It has a look and feel inside and out that will satisfy most luxury car cravings.

Genesis' 2017 G90

Genesis, Hyundai's luxury spin-off, arrived in late 2016 with two 2017 model year luxury sedans, including the G90 that replaces the Hyundai Equus. Genesis is hoping to increase brand perception of the vehicle with the stand-alone brand. Read more here. Photos by Vince Taroc.

Genesis Offering Connectivity Via Wearables

Genesis is rolling out its Intelligent Assistant app that allows users to connect to their G80 or G90 sedans via Apple Watch or Android Wear to check their vehicle's status, remotely start the car, or locate the vehicle.

Stand-Alone Genesis Dealers to Arrive by 2021

Hyundai's Genesis luxury division hopes to establish stand-alone dealerships for a lineup that will include six models by 2021, the automaker told Automotive Fleet ahead of the Los Angeles Auto Show.

Genesis G90 Starts at $69,050

The V-6-powered 2017 Genesis G90 will retail for at least $69,050 when it goes on sale later this month with available all-wheel drive and a V-8 model.

Genesis Cars to Offer Amazon Alexa Connectivity

Hyundai's Genesis brand will.add connectivity for Amazon's Alexis service that will allow a driver to send commands to the vehicle from one of Amazon's connected devices, including Echo, Tap, Echo Dot and Fire TV.

2017 Genesis G90 Offers Non-Equus V-6

The 2017 Genesis G90 will offer a new 3.3L direct-injected twin-turbo V-6 alongside the 5.0L V-8 that powers the 2016 Hyundai Equus, Hyundai's luxury brand has announced.

Meeting the Challenge of an Executive Fleet

Fleet managers who oversee an executive fleet must walk a fine line by both holding executives accountable and respecting their positions of leadership in the company. When done successfully, everyone wins.