Genesis GV80 is preparing for debutNovember 13, 2019
Photoshop once again managed to remove the new crossover of the Korean brand, but now during the shooting of advertising.
Genesis is preparing for the presentation of its first crossover GV80. Currently shooting promotional videos of new items. It is for this matter that photo spies managed to notice the model. The car was captured from the side, but, unfortunately, too far to consider the details.
Recall that Genesis introduced the GV80 concept at the 2017 New York Auto Show. And then the model served as a demonstration of electrified fuel cell vehicles. It is assumed that this will be the first crossover added to the brand’s SUV line, despite the fact that the automaker needs at least two more crossovers to balance the lineup, which is represented exclusively by sedans.
Test prototypes had a number of elements similar to what we saw on the concept car, and confirmed that the production version will use such elements of the 2017 GV80 model as LED headlights and taillights or the front grille, but today we want to talk about the interior.
Previously, there was information that the characteristics and size of the Genesis GV80 were declassified during training for maintenance, and the 2.5-liter Turbo Theta III with a capacity of 304 hp and a 3.5-liter Turbo Lambda III will enter the engine lineup. 380 hp and the new 3.0 V6 diesel engine rated at 278 hp The dimensions of the GV80 are 4945 mm in length, 1 975 mm in width and 1715 mm in height. Genesis introduced the GV80 as a fuel cell car at the 2017 New York Auto Show.
Some consumers are waiting for the launch of a purely electric SUV from Genesis, but this is unlikely due to the fact that we have not yet seen a single environmentally friendly Hyundai Motor car larger than small or medium-sized models.
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