The 2019 Genesis G70 turns out to be more than just a rival to the current crop of entry-level sport sedans from BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Audi - it's a bit of a time machine back to when dialed-in steering, suspension, and a lively character were more important than outright power and multi-stage traction control. On both the street and the Mont Tremblant race track the G70 impressed Benjamin to the point where he makes some very bold statements about its place in the world. Sami, on the other hand, had a week of sand and sun in the 2018 Land Rover Discovery over in the Middle East, and also checked out Ferrari World Abu Dhabi which was, well, not quite as Ferrari-esque as he had been lead to believe.
- First Drive: 2019 Genesis G70 resurrects ghosts of performance past to put spirit in sport sedan futures — That the latest challenger to Teutonic supremacy hails from Korea should be no surprise given the rising tide of quality, engineering prowess, and willingness to spend huge amounts of money on the part of parent company Hyundai. That the G70 succeeds so expertly where its erstwhile competitors have failed – or rather, ceased to try – is much more of a shock.
- 2019 Genesis G70 Review — Rest assured: there’s at least one automaker out there that’s still firmly committed to placing fun-to-drive luxury sedans at the forefront of its portfolio.
- How the Land Rover Discovery Helped Me Get Engaged — How Sami tip-toed a cultural divide in a big SUV.
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