How to order a Hyundai Genesis at the airport

The Hyundai Genesis, a premium sports sedan with an all-new exterior design, was spotted at the Sydney Airport.

Photo: Supplied Buyers who can’t wait to drive the car to their destinations can take advantage of a range of discounts.

The Hyundai Genesis is the latest model to arrive in the Holden and Toyota dealerships, along with the Subaru BRZ and Nissan LEAF.

A Hyundai Genesis in stock condition.

Photo/Supplied The Genesis, like its Holden and Hyundai siblings, is powered by a 1.8-litre turbocharged engine that powers the front wheels and powertrain.

It also comes with an option for an optional all-wheel drive system, which allows the driver to steer the car with the driver-side air suspension.

With a range to suit all, buyers can expect to pay between $40,000 and $55,000 for the car.

Hyundai’s Holden and Subaru models can be found in Australia’s largest cities, such as Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.

The Toyota Scion FR-S is also on sale, priced at $30,000 to $40.000.

Buyers can choose from a range, including the new Scion Impreza, and a price range of $27,000 – $35,000.

There’s also a range for the new Toyota Supra that starts at $50,000, and for the Scion iQ, $65,000 or $75,000 depending on the options.

Toyota’s Toyota Camry is also being offered in Australian cities.

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Read moreAbout Holden and Ford Hyde’s Genesis is a hatchback with a 3.5-litres turbocharged four-cylinder engine that is mounted under the hood.

When not in use, the engine is a 1,000cc twin-turbo V6 engine that produces 360kW of torque.

The engine can also be switched into a three-cylindered petrol engine with a four-speed transmission.

Like its siblings, the Genesis comes with a range-topping range to accommodate a variety of drivers, with a three wheel drive system for a driver-focused driver.

At the moment, the car has a $40 price tag.