Restyling Genesis G90 showed in the USANovember 21, 2019
The Korean automaker launched its flagship model in Korea at the end of last year, and later introduced it at the Montreal Motor Show in January.
The exterior of the car has acquired an even more premium look. The new Genesis G90 received a triangular-shaped radiator grill and headlights with LED daytime running lights passing through their center. Experts especially appreciated the modified rear end: separate LED taillights and a panel that visually stretches the width of the car, as well as chrome tailpipes, very similar in shape to the front grille.
Since this is just a restyling, changes in the interior are not as radical as updating the exterior. The salon received an updated 12.3-inch display, which became touch, support for Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Mirror Link. Moreover, the multimedia system now supports wireless updates for cards and software. Genesis has developed active noise reduction for maximum comfort. The adaptive suspension control was also improved to reduce vibrations.
The basic version of the novelty is equipped with assistants to keep the lane, to prevent collisions in the rear cross traffic, to prevent collisions in the forward direction, safe exit and driving on the highway. There are also 10 airbags as standard.
Customers of the American market can choose from two engines: a 3.3-liter twin-turbocharged six-cylinder power unit that develops 365 horsepower and 509 Nm of torque, with rear-wheel or all-wheel drive depending on the configuration, as well as 5.0- 420-liter naturally aspirated eight-cylinder engine with 519 Nm of torque.
Sales of the new Genesis G90 will begin in the United States in December this year, and the cost of new items is still unknown.
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