Sounds good to me, for Americans like myself it gives us an early look at what to expect. Sometimes I need more time to decide, but its going to be a big rush for American pre-orders once it drops in Korea.So G70 is going to come out on Nov 2017 in Korea. In the U.S probably in Feb or March 2018
It holds the brakes for you so you don't have to keep the pedal pressed like at a stop light.Other than that I see an "Auto Hold" button. What would that be for? I think typically with manual transmission vehicles these days, some come equipped with that so when you're on an incline, the car won't roll back for a few seconds. But in an automatic, what does it do?
The Stinger is launching in Australia before the US. This one probably will too.I just keep seeing end of 2017. They are doing extensive testing in Australia and I THINK I've read something about tuning the suspension for Australian roads, so I'm not too sure if it'll launch there first, which I can't see why they would do that anyhow.
Genesis G70 with the fastest performance to debut in September - Pulse by Maeil Business News KoreaSo G70 is going to come out on Nov 2017 in Korea. In the U.S probably in Feb or March 2018
they can get away with just launching a few trims for now and not anything higher up and that would be a smart move since most of these would go to owners with simple needs.Hope Genesis isn't cutting any corners to release the G70 quicker, I think the last few months before they go on sale is used to iron out and production problems at the plant.