New renderers of the updated Genesis G80 sedan appeared on the Web.May 28, 2019
The authors of the renderers relied on spy photos of the novelty, which from time to time appeared in specialized automotive publications.
Hyundai’s premium sub-brand is preparing the debut of a new generation of its Genesis G80 business sedan. In the meantime, interest in the new product is heated up by spy shots and rare renders. On the published render images, it is clearly seen that the premium sedan will retain recognizable “family” features, but this continuity of it will not prevent the model from surprising Genesis fans.
Recall, the elegant Genesis G80 sedan was released in the 2016th. This model was perceived as an improved version of the second-generation Hyundai Genesis, which the company itself described as nothing more than a “premium sport sedan”.
Judging by the renders, the next generation Genesis G80 will receive a completely redesigned front end, which will be decorated with a huge grille in the spirit of the conceptual GV80 Fuell Cell crossover. Its premiere took place in the 2017th at the New York Auto Show. Head optics will shift lower (in comparison with the current generation of the sedan), and the rear-view mirrors “move” outside the body. A small upgrade awaits the line of glazing.
Door handles will change their location, and the license plate niche will now show off on the bumper. The stern of the novelty flaunts two-level lamps, the shape of which repeats the outlines of the front optics. As for the engine line of the updated Genesis G80, it is already known that after a change of generations, the model will lose the V8. The role of the “older” power unit will get a 3.3-liter V6. The premiere of the novelties will be organized this autumn at the international motor show in Frankfurt.
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