2021 Genesis G80 Release Date, Price, and Specifications
Genesis, a luxury car division of Hyundai that was created in back 2015 as Hyundai’s upscale spinoff, is in talks to launch it’s new 2021 Genesis G80. With its gigantic pentagonal grille, slant roofline, and double headlights, the Sedan is a rolling beauty. The sedan design is inspired by the company’s new GV80 SUV, without any high-end price tag for the luxury vehicles. The genesis’ entry is the company’s attempt to lead it in a new era and outstrip its luxury brands rivals like BMW and Mercedes-Benz. The G80 will lie in a slot in between the smaller G70 and the larger G90 sedans.
The 2021 G80 is the third generation of the series and shares the same platform and powertrains as GV80 SUV. The Sedan is equipped with the massive front grille, unique exterior lightning, and luxury lined cabin. The grille has been replaced with crest grille, Kammback rear, and quad lightning at both ends have been onboarded for the styling of the mid-size Sedan. The model will retain the long hood, cab back design but will look wider than its predecessor. Its suspension system relies on a forward-facing camera that scans the road and adjusts the suspension stiffness to suit.
2021 Genesis G80 Pricing Details
Genesis hasn’t released any official pricing details and trims levels; the company will offer and their features. The new model is expected to be released at a starting price of $43545, slightly more than the current version. The company can also launch a sporty version in its line up when it eventually goes on sale.
2021 Genesis G80 Release Date
The latest 2021 Genesis G80, made its debut on March 29 via online stream event in South Korea. The redesigned mid-size luxury Sedan will appear in showrooms later this calendar year 2020.
2021 Genesis G80 Specifications
The basic model of G80 will equip a standard turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine producing 300 horsepower (223 kilowatts) & 311 pound-feet of torque; other option would be 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V-6 producing 375 horsepower & 391 pound-feet of torque, the diesel engine 2.2-liter four-cylinder offering 207 horsepower (154 kilowatts) will be onboarded for other markets than the United States. The 5.0-liter V-8 is no longer equipped, and the officials are in talks to launch a hybrid version in the coming years. We expect the Sedan to offer an effortless and relaxed ride and a powerful dedicated braking system.
The car will feature a 12.3-inch 3D digital instrument cluster, a head-up display, heated and ventilated front, and rear seats, ambient indoor lighting, and more on the list. The officials also claim to offer minimal front roof pillars and rearview mirror size to enhance the front visibility. The dashboard is elegantly designed with soft-feel and rich-looking materials. It offers more headroom and legroom than the current model. Additionally, the company can offer foldable rear seats, unlike its predecessor, for extra luggage space.
Best-in-class touchscreen measuring 14.5-inch is mounted at the dashboard’s center, which can be controlled by a touchpad circular dial. Other safety features added to the lineup are automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection, active lane changer that changes lane automatically on indicator usage, blind-spot monitors, adaptive cruise control with active machine learning. The standard pieces of equipment also include Apple CarPlay and Android compatibility; the driver can now control the level of engine sound through the Lexicon sound system.
The Sedan will be covered with limited and longest powertrain warranty with a cover of five years or 60,000 miles and ten years or 100,000 miles, respectively. It also includes a complimentary maintenance cover for three years or 36,000 miles.