The first images of the luxury crossover Genesis GV70 appearedOctober 6, 2020
A video appeared on a foreign YouTube channel showing the new compact crossover Genesis GV70. According to the creators of these visualizations, they were created on the basis of existing photographs with camouflaged prototypes of the novelty.
Despite the fact that crossovers and SUVs are very popular in the world, the South Korean Genesis has only recently replenished its lineup with a similar car – the GV80 crossover. Now, we are waiting for another crossover novelty from the same guys – the model will be called GV70.
The car in these photos may look like the larger GV80 crossover, but it’s actually the upcoming GV70.
Rather, this is how the GV70 might look like. This render was taken from a series of official teaser photos recently released by Genesis. The virtual GV70 is shown in almost every imaginable color you could possibly have on a car, including gold.
The compact GV70 crossover certainly resembles both the larger G80 sedan and the already unveiled GV80 crossover. Compared to the GV80, the roofline also has a steeper slope, which gives the car a more coupé-like body style.
The new GV70 will be built on a rear-wheel-drive architecture with available all-wheel drive. Engine details are not yet available, but we expect to see 2.5 and 3.5 liter turbocharged diesels, among other things. GV70 interior will be similar to the one that gets the updated G70 sedan
Expect the GV70 to be unveiled later this year. It should hit the market in 2021 as a 2022 model year crossover.
Not so long ago, we wrote that Genesis hinted at the return of the powerful G80 Sport sedan. According to a spokesman for the South Korean automaker, there is a strong possibility that the second generation of the Genesis G80 midsize sedan could receive a more powerful version, which will receive the Sport designation.
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