The primary debut product for Genesis is the G90, replacement for the Equus. However, more volume is likely to come from the G80, which is currently called the Genesis (sedan). For 2017, the Genesis seems to be receiving an update, although what exactly that encompasses is pure speculation. The talked-about 3.3L twin-turbo might make its way there, and it wouldn't be surprising at all to see the American-spec car receive more of the features that current Genesis models offer outside of the US, such as soft-close doors, more rear seat features, etc. Although one can expect it to continue being a solid product, it'll face incredibly stiff competition in the mid-luxury realm, such as the Volvo S90 that was just recently seen. At present the Genesis seems to sell just fine, but what kind of price increase might be seen with the G80 update? And would that hold back sales? All a matter of conjecture right now, but if they increase the price even moderately they'll need to ensure it has a marked improvement in features, interior, and so forth.
This is not a negative at all, but I would discourage thinking that an appearance on the Ring means they're going considerably sportier than before. The current Genesis was also tested on the Ring: