Hyundai Genesis

Hyundai has given its interior tech a bit of a freshening for 2013 by including its Blue Link suite of telematics services and adding an eight-inch display to the center stack with a redesigned version of the joystick multimedia controller (read: the big knob on the center console). The automaker says that the new interface is much more intuitive, and it uses a 64GB solid-state drive (SSD). Most automakers don't tout the type of hard drive used by their infotainment systems, but despite their higher price, solid-state drives are quickly gaining popularity in laptop computers for their durability and speed, and this is the first we've heard of them being used in an automotive infotainment system

Hyundai Genesis sedans with the bigger engines return 17 mpg in city driving and 26 mpg on the highway, according to the EPA. The 2012 Hyundai Genesis sedan with the 3.8-liter V6 engine returns 19 mpg in city driving and 29 mpg on the highway. Hyundai has positioned itself as a fuel-economy leader