Since Genesis‘ split with Hyundai in 2015, the car brand has been steadily redefining itself as a premium automotive option — giving some of the top European brands a run for their money. Its latest version of the G80 is no exception. Unveiled ahead of the cancelled Geneva International Motor Show — following the majority of other international automotive names — the 2021 Genesis G80 has arrived.
From the exterior, we see that the G80 follows the same two-line design as the GV80 SUV, but has a much sportier side profile that’s reminiscent to Audi’s A7. The front also sees Genesis’ signature large diamond grille opening and side LED signals. On the inside, the G80 maintains its elegance with subtle curves and edges in its dark woodgrain panels and minimal buttons placement. A single large infotainment system protrudes from the center to further the sense of symmetry.
There are currently no details on specs or pricing, but we can expect it to be similarly priced as its predecessor ($45,000 – $55,000 USD) depending on trim.
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