Genesis announced the presentation of the updated G80 sedanMarch 5, 2020
The press service of the South Korean brand published photos of the updated G80 sedan. When creating the exterior and interior of the novelty, design elements from the GV80 crossover were used. Price data and options for available trim levels are unknown.
Two weeks ago, it was announced that the official presentation of the Genesis G80 2021 model year sedan will be held at the Geneva International Motor Show. Now that the show has been canceled, it seems that Genesis has decided to take matters into its own hands – the company’s press service has published photos of its new items. The publication was accompanied by the inscription “stay tuned when we are going to introduce a completely new Genesis G80.”
The design of the sedan is very similar to the recently shown crossover GV80, including the new front and rear optics, which are now divided into two lines.
Do not lose sight of the massive false radiator grille. And the side profile of the sedan is as elegant as the new Hyundai Sonata, only without many controversial design touches.
The interior of the new G80 sedan is also similar to the interior of the GV80 crossover, including a massive 14.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system and ash dash panel trim.
We know that the G80 will be built on the same platform as the GV80 crossover, and although Genesis has not yet confirmed any information on the composition of the new engine range, we can safely assume that the updated G80 will receive either a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, or a 3.5-liter V6.
As Genesis publishes these images before the official debut of the car, some important details, such as pricing and detailed specifications, remain unknown.
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