The interior of the restyled Genesis G70 unveiled before the debutJune 13, 2020
The interior of the updated Genesis G70 sedan was fully revealed before the debut. Pictures of the salon were published by TheKoreanCarBlog.
Inside, the Genesis novelty will receive cosmetic changes: the infotainment system and the dashboard will be updated, a new steering wheel is expected to appear.
Judging by the spy photos, the main innovation in the cabin will be the replacement of the multimedia display: instead of a trapezoidal touch 8-inch screen, a 10.25-inch rectangular touchscreen will be installed. The edging of the dashboard will change: it is assumed that with the G70 update it will acquire a virtual dashboard. In addition, the functionality of the multifunctional steering wheel should change: touch screens will be placed on the spokes.
According to insiders, the exterior will change significantly: the Genesis G70 will receive a branded front part and a 5-sided thyroid grille; the lights will get a new shape, the bumpers will have a different design, and the exhaust system will have a different design. In addition, the G70 family is expected to appear a 5-door modification with a body type of shooting break.
Insiders expect the engine range to also be updated: the place of the current turbo engines 2.0 and 3.3 will be taken by the more modern and efficient supercharged engines 2.5 and 3.5, which are present in the line of engines of the sedan G80 sedan. Along with this, instead of an 8-speed automatic transmission, a preselective robotic transmission with the same number of gears will appear.
The restyled Genesis G70 should debut at the end of this year, and in the first half of next year, the gamut will replenish the wagon.
In addition, information on the first Genesis coupe in the history of the company have recently appeared. It is worth noting that Genesis is part of Hyundai Corporation.
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