New Genesis Cars – The GV60, EV60, And GV90
Genesis vehicles offer standout attributes for a luxury drive with capability that lasts for years. Their appeal spans all lifestyles and drivers can choose among the three models depending on their needs and desires. This article covers the GV60, EV60 and GV80. The benefits of each model will be discussed. Weigh the advantages and disadvantages of each to make an informed decision. Weigh the benefits of each car to find the perfect choice for you.
The design of the Genesis GV60 electric SUV has been focused on ‘Athletic Elegance.’ This design emphasizes sleek lines and rounded trim pieces. Its interior features a circular theme, including a sleek Crest Grille. Those looking for more upscale design will appreciate the GV60’s dual taillights, chrome window surround, and flattened rear lamp surround. A new rear spoiler flips up when in park.
The New Genesis GV80 is a mid-size crossover that was first showcased at the 2017 New York auto show. The car will get a production version sometime in 2020. It will be powered by two gasoline engines – a 2.5-liter turbocharged inline-4 and a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6. Both engines are linked to an eight-speed automatic transmission. The GV80 also has new design features such as a center-console mounted infotainment knob and second row cupholders.
The GV90 new Genesis car will likely be a luxury SUV, with big external dimensions and an interior that rivals the GV80. The car will likely have seven seats instead of five, and may be placed alongside the G90 limo sedan. However, if it’s just a compact model, there is no word on its price or release date. It will probably start at around $36,000. In addition to its luxury features, the GV90 will likely be equipped with the same advanced technologies as the G90 limo sedan.
The new electric Genesis GV60 will go on sale on May 17 in California, Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York. It will be available nationwide later this year. Geographic restrictions sound more like those of the Hyundai Ioniq 5, which was launched in 19 states. Genesis has a nationwide distribution plan for its EV6. Green Car Reports received meals in exchange for an EV60 review. We can’t wait to try it out!
The New Genesis GV70 Sport is a powerful SUV with a rear-biased all-wheel-drive system. It is equipped with adaptive suspension and a rear-biased AWD system. Its rear-biased all-wheel-drive system sends 100% of torque to the rear wheels under normal driving conditions. Up to 50 percent of torque is also directed to the front wheels when necessary. The Genesis GV70 is rear-wheel-biased, but it can shift up to 50% of its power to the front wheels during slippery conditions. This feature, however, is not designed to provide torque vectoring, but it may aid in aggressive maneuvers.