I’ve written about the “Kia Quirk” inside the new 2017 Kia Cadenza, but where Kia Quirks are seemingly absurb choices that are completely sound in reasoning, a Hyundai Quirk can’t be reasoned past being “a dumb decision.” Here’s the Hyundai Quirk inside the brand new Azera/Grandeur (which we aren’t getting in the US apparently).
Hmmm...that design sure does have a lot of Genesis in it for that brand to be completely separate from the lower Hyundai tree, but the brand wasn’t planned to be spun off when all these recent cars were finishing up development. Everything was supposed to be a Hyundai from G90 to Accent so I give this one a pass.
That is the most Charger looking rear end I’ve ever not seen on a Charger. This FWD sedan even has stronger fender bulges than a Hellcat. However, resemblances to other brands is a Korean car trope not a quirk. Anyways, a few of you know that the design is rooted to late 1980s Mitsubishi Debonair derrieres, so there’s heritage to that knockoff.
Leather on the doors and controls on the passenger seat for the rear passenger to use? Wow, those are some nice features for making the options list look longer but they are so market specific I don’t think I’d call them a WHAT IN FONDLING FERRETS IS THAT?!!
Is that an analog clock directly next to the digital display which has the time displayed on the opposite side? The time, temperature, wifi, and power display even have their own dedicated portion of the screen realestate so that they don’t ever disappear. *initiates slow clap*
You’re probably expecting me to explain that quirk. In going to be honest, if it were logical then it would be a Kia Quirk. I got nothing for this because it shouldn’t even exist, hence the “Hyundai Quirk.”
Genesis G90 interior for your time.
Wait up just a minute, you know what really makes me upset? They could have used the square clock out of the Genesis Sedan/G80! I don’t...even...wha...*passes out*