How to calculate the difference between the sales of the latest Hyundai Genesis and the Tesla Model S
The Hyundai Genesis is a compact sedan, and the Model S is a sport sedan.
In terms of range, the Genesis is 434 miles (719 kilometers) more range than the Model A, and it can drive itself for about 15 minutes longer.
But the difference is in battery capacity.
The Model S battery packs around 7 kWh.
Hyundai says that the Genesis battery pack has about 70% more energy density than the Tesla pack.
So, for comparison, the Tesla is only 10% more powerful.
But that doesn’t mean the Genesis isn’t a better value.
The Genesis is more expensive than the Toyota Prius, which starts at $31,500.
The Hyundai car is about 10% less expensive than Toyota’s popular Prius Hybrid.
The Tesla Model 3 is $35,000 less expensive.
In fact, if you factor in the Genesis’s lower sticker price, it’s cheaper than a lot of the other vehicles on the market.
So the Tesla’s $43,900 price tag seems more reasonable to me.
Hyundai has also updated its Genesis and Model S software to offer better driver assistance features, including lane departure warning and lane keeping assist.
Tesla Model Y, Toyota Priuses, and Ford Fusion are all getting better safety features.
Hyundai and Tesla are also rolling out updated safety features, like blind spot monitoring, lane departure warnings, and automatic emergency braking.
And in a big way, Hyundai and the other automakers are pushing their own driver assistance technologies.
Hyundai is rolling out the Tesla-developed Autopilot, which allows the vehicle to steer and brake independently, and Hyundai is introducing a self-driving feature in its Genesis sedan.
Toyota is also testing a new version of its Autopay system in the upcoming Model 3.
I am curious to see how the Hyundai and other automakers respond to the competition.
The Nissan LEAF is the first major carmaker to embrace autonomous driving.
Nissan’s new LEAF will be the first car to offer a self driving system.
Nissan is rolling its self-drive system out on the LEAF, the only one of its two models with the technology.
Toyota also has a fully autonomous system on the Tacoma, but its not available to customers yet.
Hyundai’s Genesis sedan is the third major automaker to offer autonomous driving features.
It’s a significant step in the right direction, and I expect Hyundai and Nissan to be doing more to bring the technology to the car.
But for now, the competition is the competition and the competition will win.
I don’t expect Hyundai to lose the battle.
I expect that the Hyundai Genesis will continue to be the best value in the segment.