As is the case with many new cars, the Genesis will lose a few hundred pounds. The car will still ride on the same RWD chassis, but will get revised suspension for a sportier drive. All-wheel drive is rumored to be an option as well, although that remains unconfirmed.
Engine options are expected to remain the same, with a 3.8-liter V6 and 5.0-liter V8 available, though they will likely receive some tweaks. The eight-speed automatic will be available in the car from launch, but a new 10-speed unit is rumored to on its way for a later model year.
Style wise, not much can be seen under the heavy camo, but you can expect new polarizing looks for the car that take a lot of influence from German rivals. LED daytime running lights are now visible up front, along with a hexagonal grille with horizontal bars.