At NAIAS 2013 Hyundai has given an indication of where it "premium vehicles" are headed with its HCD-14 Genesis concept. Sporting a sharp edged style and suicide doors, the sedan gets even better inside, with a control layout that foregoes the traditional knobs and buttons. According to Hyundai (it wasn't demonstrated) it includes eye tracking and 3-D hand gesture recognition accurate enough to control navigation, infotainment, audio, HVAC, andone's phone.
The RWD vehicle packs a 5.0-liter Hyundai Tau V8 engine under the hood with optical recognition that verifies its driver before starting. Hyundai stated that there would be two vehicles on the way following this concept's design, with the second including even more of its advanced tech. Check out the full list in the press release after the break, as well as a good look at the car in our gallery.
Gallery: Hyundai HCD-14 concept car
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