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Genesis GV80 Cup Concept Hints at Sports Sports Midsize SUV

As mentioned up top, the genesis gv60 also emphasizes technology. One of the Futuristic Features to be part of the Package is a facial recognition camra on the outside that identifies the driver and automatically unlocks the doors—no keyfob or smartphone needed.

Genesis GV80

With an electronic control suspension for a softest pipe, and a differential electronic limited sliding differential for a control in all situations, you and up to six passengers will arrive at their destination in calm and serenity.

See clearer

The 12.3 -inch 3D dashboard follows the movement of your eyes for optimal clarity. The 14.5-inch info-divisional screen has our augmented reality navigation system. The system even connects to Genesis to perform software updates in real time, without the need to move to a dealer.

Travel in first class

Our exclusive six -seater vehicle has individual third row seats. Second row passengers benefit from individual entertainment screens. All will appreciate the touch of Nappa leather and wood. The road noise cancellation system will make the sound of the lexicon audio system at 18 even better speakers.

Go everywhere with confidence

With a power of up to 300 hp and the field mode, you can go almost everywhere. Active driving assistance on the highway (HDA II) will keep you on the right track and our unique front -time airbag will allow you to arrive at your destination in complete safety.

Genesis GV80 2.5T 223 kW (304 hp) AWD petrol, 8 -speed gearbox – Total consumption (mixed cycle): 11.1 l/100 km; CO shows2 (mixed cyle): 248 g/km (WLTP values)*. Energy efficiency category G. Click here To see a visual presentation of the energy efficiency category. CO shows2 Coming from fuel production: 58.50 g/km.

Genesis GV80 3.0D 200 kW (272 hp) AWD Diesel, 8 -speed gearbox – Total consumption (mixed cycle): 9.3 l/100 km; CO shows2 (mixed cyle): 243 g/km (WLTP values)*. Energy efficiency category G. Click here To see a visual presentation of the energy efficiency category. CO shows2 Coming from fuel production: 47.24 g/km. Petrol equivalent: 10.60 l/100 km.

GV80 Luxury Plus

Luxury in all its greatness

The GV80 Luxury Plus is the flagship of the Genesis range. The spacious six -seater design allows everyone to enjoy the ultimate comfort, making each trip real pleasure.

Genesis GV80 Cup Concept Hints at Sports Sports Midsize SUV

Genesis Unveiled the Gv80 Cup Concept During An Exclusive Event at Genesis House New York on Monday Night, Showing Us the Korean Luxury Brand’s Take On The Cup-Like SUV Genre.

Featuring bright orange paint capped magma, the vehicle retains most of the design cues that set genes apart include the g-matrix crest grille as well as the quad lamps up front.

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A DIFFERENCE With the Standard GV80 is the Continuation of the Front Lamps Into the Fenders, Along with Illumina “Designed by Genesis” Plaques at the Bottom of Said Fenders.

In the rear, the GV80 Cup Concept’s Optimized Aerodynamic Fluidity is complicated by an upper rear spoiler and spoiler lip on the elliptical concave Ducktail. Meanwhile, The Dual Tail Lamps Are Full-Width Units that wrap around the corners and extends into the rear Fenders.

The size of the New Five-Spoke Forged Aluminum Wheels isn’t specific, but it probably is 22-23 Inschesing How Small the Brake Callipers Look.

The Interior of the Gv80 Cup Concept Contrasts Black Nappa and Suede Leather with Plaid Double Stitching, Orange Piping and Carbon Fibers Weaves on the Functional Surfaces.

The Three-Spoke Steering Wheel Plays an Important Role in Emphasizing the Sportiness of the Vehicle, Just Like the Four Bucket Seats that provides Increased Body Support During Cornering Cornering Cornering. And get this: the structural Stiffness of the body is reinforced with a strut brace behind the rear seats.

While we don’t Expect that last it to make it to production on a genesis model, we’ve been told the gv80 concept serves as a preview of the company’s future programms. Will Genesis Newly go Forward with a cut variant of the gv80? Maybe. COULD WE See Genesis Equivalent of the Freshly Unveiled Kia EV9 Three-Row Electric SUV? That wow be great.

Don’t Miss Our Coverage of the 2023 New York Auto Show for More Reveals Like This One.

Genesis GV60 Electric SUV Detaled Further with impressive specs

The Car Guide was invited this week to the first official presentation of the genesis gv60, the young korean brand’s first electric vehicle. Company Executives Provided A Lot More Details This Time Around, With An Emphasis on Technology and Performance.

Naturally, The Genesis Gv60 is Built on the New E-GMP Platform Shared With the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia Ev6, Two Other Dedicated Evs that canadians will be able to purchase in 202222.

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The GV60 Gets Its Own Styling, Of Race, With Softer, More Rounded Shapes While Integating Many Genesis Design Cues Such As the Signature Two-line quad lamps.

Inside, A Huge Screen Spans Half the Width of the Vehicle and Replace the Traditional Gauges in the process. ALSO notable is the Crystal Sphere, A Ball-SHAPED SHIFT-BY-WIRE THAT Intuitively Informs Drivers when the GV60 is ready to drive (and serves as Mood Lighting when the Vehicle is turned off). It’s a nice gadget, for sure, but what happens when it fails and you have to repair it?

Just One Battery

While the Ioniq 5 and Ev6 Offer A Choice of Two Batteries, the Genesis Gv60 Will Come exclusively with the Larger One, which has capacity of 77.4 kWh. Range is estimated at up to 451 kilometers, though the exact number for canada has yet to be announced. For the record, the ioniq 5 equipped with the same battery is able to travel 480 kilometers.

In its Home Market of South Korea, the Genesis Gv60 will be available in Both Single- and Dual-Motor Configurations. Again, we don’t know if that will be the case here. Genesis Canada May Very Well Decide To Go With The Dual-Motor Awd Variant Only.

As for charging, the gv60 will be compatible with dc fast loaders up to 350 kilowatts, making it possible to charge the battery from 10-80 pierces in just 18 minutes. Similar to the Ioniq 5, Vehicle to load (V2L) Technology Will Enable Owners to Charge Power Devices on the Go Using the Gv60’s Battery.

Boost and Drift Modes

Genesis Told Us the Gv60 Won’t Just Be its First Ev But also its Quickest. A Performance Model With 320 Kilowatts (429 HorsePower) and 446 Pound-Feet of Torque is Planned. But get this: it will have a boost mode that temporal temporry increese output to 360 kilowatts (482 horsepower) and torque to 516 pund-feet, allowing 0-100 km/h sprints in just oven seconds.

Sporty Driving Enthusiasts will be thrulled Becuse Genesis Has Another Cool Trick Up Its Sleeve: A Drift Mode. Yes, this will be an evil you can drive sideways and have real fun with. Drift Mode Will Deactivate Stability Control While Sending More Torque To The Rear Wheels.

Facial Recognition

As mentioned up top, the genesis gv60 also emphasizes technology. One of the Futuristic Features to be part of the Package is a facial recognition camra on the outside that identifies the driver and automatically unlocks the doors—no keyfob or smartphone needed.

Inside, there will be a fingerprint scanner to start the vehicle instead of having to push a button or use a mobile app.

Furthermore, Cameras Will Replace the Convention Side Mirrors In Order to Elinate Blind Spots, With the Image Displayed on Two Small Screens Located in the Front Corners of the Cabin. This is a korean feature, mind you, and chances are it won’t be Legal in Canada, at least initially.

The Genesis Gv60 Will Launch in South Korea This Fall and in North America Sometime Next Year, Likely As A 2023 Model. Information specific to the Canadian Market Will Be Annoudd in the Coming Months. We’ll keep you posted.