The GV80 is Genesis’ first soiree into the SUV marketplace. It comes up against stiff competition from some of the most well respected auto brands in the world. We spent a week with the twin-turbo V6 model to see how well it stacks up in this highly competitive segment.
The Genesis brand has only been around since 2015 but the company has come a very long way towards challenging rivals from Germany and Japan. The G80 presents a serious alternative to the established luxury brands at a fraction of the cost. Read on to find out just how good the all-new Genesis is.
Hyundai has taken some serious strides into the luxury car market in the past few years with the Genesis brand. The updated G90 leads the way for an all-new G80 sedan and GV80 SUV as well. With starting prices in a double-digit delta from their German counterparts, Genesis has serious potential to shake things up. People just need to be willing to give the brand a try.
Today, Genesis launched GV70, a dynamic SUV, representing the fifth model and second SUV in the Genesis lineup. The debut was conducted via worldwide broadcast of its cinematic launch film entitled “GV70: A Travelogue”.
Today, Genesis officially revealed the exterior and interior of the athletic and sporty GV70 SUV. The much-anticipated GV70 becomes the fifth model in the Genesis lineup, joining the G70, G80, and G90 sedans, along with recently announced GV80 flagship SUV. Like all other Genesis models, the GV70 will be based on a rear-wheel-drive platform.
Today, Genesis debuted the new G70, which updates the award-winning sport sedan with a fresh design and enriched technology. These changes further align G70’s visual signature with the latest iteration of the brand’s “Athletic Elegance” design language, as seen on the all-new G80 sedan and first-ever GV80 SUV. Likewise, the new G70 benefits from the incorporation of the brand’s latest advanced-safety and driver-assistance technology, further elevating the ownership experience.
The Genesis G70 3.3T is an appealing package that sets its sights squarely on BMW’s 3-Series. While the ride dynamics are not quite a match for the long-standing sport sedan king, the rest of the package should leave BMW’s designers and engineers quaking in their boots.