European brands have been the gatekeepers of luxury sport sedans, until Korean automotive manufacturer Genesis had something to say about it.
When it comes to sporty, luxury sedans, the market has been dominated for decades by European-based heritage brands. It’s hard to believe any new entry would be able to pack a punch against the industry’s well-established heavyweight—until now.
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