New images of Genesis G70 appeared on the webOctober 16, 2020
The premium Korean company has published a teaser video of the updated Genesis G70 sedan.
Genesis is preparing for the official debut of the updated sedan. The day before, several teaser videos were published on the brand’s Youtube channel, and several real images of the model appeared on the Web, which allow you to evaluate the appearance of the new product.
The facelifted Genesis G70 is given a more luxurious look that aims to improve the sedan’s sales figures, which have not particularly appealed to buyers, despite intense marketing efforts and a surprise win in the 2019 North American Car of the Year award.
The front end of the new G70 features an enlarged grille in the style of the brand’s latest models, as well as redesigned two-level optics with dual LED daytime running lights. Thanks to the special arrangement of the headlights, the appearance of the newest car looks sportier than that of the “older” brand models.
The rear of the sedan has also undergone an update and received a different trunk with an integrated spoiler. Also noteworthy are the two-tier taillights, a new rear diffuser and oval tailpipes. In addition, the new car has received 19-inch wheels.
The interior of the new G70 has seen minimal changes, with the exception of the 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system, which has been updated wirelessly. The location of the wireless phone charger has also changed slightly.
As for the technical data, the company has not yet declassified information about the powertrains. However, the updated Genesis G70 is expected to continue to be powered by 2.0 and 3.3 liter engines. In addition, the company will abandon the manual transmission.
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