In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. The earth was formless and empty. Then man came along and paved over portions of it. This need for pavement was driven by advancements in the evolution of the automobile, many of which were quite good. Eventually, it came to pass, that to get a really good car, one with great power, a comfortable ride, engaging handling, and a strong feature set, the expenditure of vast sums of money were required.
So then God created Hyundai.
At first, Hyundai only produced extremely low-priced cars, some of which were not so good. Over time, the company’s cars got better and better—yes, they evolved. The company became fruitful and multiplied. Eventually, there came the Hyundai known as Genesis. And it was good. Genesis proved Hyundai could build an automobile with great power, a comfortable ride, engaging handling, and a strong feature set—without requiring the expenditure of vast amounts of money.
And actually, it was very good.
As good as it was however, there was room for improvement—which brings us to the subject of this first drive. The 2015 Hyundai Genesis is better in every way than that original Genesis. And yet, it is still being offered for thousands of dollars less than the cars it is designed to compete against.