Genesis, Hyundai’s new luxury brand, unveiled the New York Concept luxury hybrid sports sedan concept at the New York International Auto Show. The hybrid concept, which hints at future Genesis design direction, generates 242 hp (180 kW) and 353 N·m (260 lb-ft) of torque from its 2.0 GDi powertrain coupled with an 8-speed automatic transmission.
The Human Machine Interface (HMI) concept merges the instrument cluster and center stack into one curved horizontal display, allowing a driver-oriented architecture.
On top of the instrument panel is a curved 21-inch 4K display made by LG. LG Advanced High Performance In-plane Switching technology allows for a greater viewing angle and richness in color, resulting in a more spacious ambience. The bowl-shaped Central Control Panel with 3D geometry is ergonomically optimized for usability and forms an electronic centerpiece of this unique HMI concept.
This ergonomic optimization allows for intuitive single- and multi-touch finger swipes, while also enabling handwriting recognition and circular finger movements—useful when scrolling through long music or telephone lists.
The user interface presents all relevant information at a glance, combining touchpads with the advantages of today’s rotary dial-based interfaces. Additionally, a 3D gesture-control sensor allows the operator to throw ove’ specific content from one area of the screen to another, raising the freedom for personalizing the display information.