The production of the Genesis GV80 crossover is suspendedJune 21, 2020
The reason for this decision was the lack of components due to the epidemic of coronavirus.
Hyundai and its premium sub-brand Genesis are forced to rethink their production plans due to the coronavirus epidemic. Due to the lack of components, the production of the new Genesis GV80 crossover and the Hyundai Palisade were temporarily suspended. This became known on Saturday, June 20. Stopping the production of the Genesis GV80 can be a problem if such a situation drags on.
This novelty attracted a lot of people and is very popular. At the moment, there are already 10 thousand pre-orders for the Genesis GV80. For comparison, for the whole of 2019, Genesis sold 21,233 new cars. The representative office of the Korean company has already hastened to assure customers that the downtime will not be long-lasting, and all customers will receive their car in accordance with the plan.
Recall that in February, the production of Genesis and Hyundai cars already stopped due to the lack of harnesses for wiring, the shipments of which came from China.
What components are missing now have not been announced.
Earlier it became known that Genesis doubled the warranty on diesel engines. This decision was made in response to customer complaints about the noisy engine idling.
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