2023 Genesis GV60 – Review Range and Price

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The 2023 Genesis GV60 is a new model from Genesis and the brand’s third SUV. This is the brand’s first entry into the electric car market and it shares its foundations with Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6.

Genesis GV60 Review:

The ambitious Genesis Luxury brand is tackling the luxury EV segment with its satisfying and weird 2023 Genesis GV60 crossover. The GV60 incorporates styling elements found in other Genesis models, but lacks the brand’s larger trapezoidal grille, which extends into dual-element headlamps, replacing a thin lower grille across the front bumper.

Inside, the GV60’s cabin definitely looks premium, a large monolithic display screen serves as both a gauge cluster and an infotainment system, and a fancy crystal sphere shifter that rotates to reveal itself when the SUV is powered. At launch, buyers can choose from 314-hp advanced or 429-hp performance trims; Estimated driving range varies from 235- to 248-miles per charge. Competing luxury SUVs such as the Audi Q4 E-Tron, the Volvo XC40 Recharge and the C40 Recharge like the Coupe offer similar prestige and driving range, but the Genesis GV60 ‘s elaborate design and richness of fun make it an attractive and off-beat option.

Performance and powertrains :

Genesis GV60

Although three different powertrains will eventually be offered, the launch of the Genesis GV60 will only feature an all-wheel-drive system with dual motors. The Advanced model produces a combined 314 hp while the performance trim produces 429 hp; That number can be temporarily increased to 483 horsepower when the performance model’s boost driving mode is employed.

Using that driving mode, we estimate that the Genesis GV60 will be able to blast 60 miles per hour in just 3.4 seconds. When we get a chance to test it for ourselves, we will update this story with the results Based on our initial test drive, what we can tell you is that the GV60’s road behavior is quite sophisticated and its management is reminiscent of the Porsche McCann. While cruising, the cabin stays quiet but faces the winding road and the GV60 provides enough sure-steps to inspire enough athleticism and confidence to entertain the driver.

Genesis GV60 Range :

All versions come with the same 77.4-kWh battery pack, but according to EPA the all-wheel drive GV60 Advanced will offer a driving range of up to 248 miles while the performance model carries an estimate of 235. Rumors of a base rear-wheel drive powertrain joining the lineup later with a longer driving range. Connected to a DC fast charging station, Genesis says the GV60’s batteries can be charged at 10- to 80-percent capacity in just 18 minutes.

Genesis GV60 Desgin :

All three variants have a decent level of richness and have done a great job of keeping the styling consistent with other cars in the Genesis portfolio. Here is the unique front grille, which is a trademark for the brand. The front recessed LED headlights match the rear taillights Elsewhere, there are tempting curves, with minimal trim flourishes. Recessed door handles pop out when you want access, which complements the sleek look.

There’s a fun selection of paint colors that help make the car even more distinctive – especially the Sao Paulo lime green shades, metallic blue and white interior models that look best to us. We’re not sure how good the white vegan skin will look after your kids get the whole thing up, mind you.

We have chosen electronic cameras that can replace conventional door mirrors. You may have standard-issue foldings if you prefer, but the technology is emphasized as it is a Korean car and the mirrors with the screen inside the front door are a neat touch. They also work better than some of us experience.

Roof slopes may be dramatically preferred by tall back occupants, but you can’t describe the Genesis GV60 as compressed. There is seating for five and a generous boot, with a nice little frank under the hood. You can flip the back seat for a very suitable, for squeezing into all the common household garbage. The rear window visibility is also somewhat compromised, but it’s addressed by the car’s driver aids and reversing cameras, all of which help relieve any of your nerves from being crammed into tight parking spaces.

Genesis GV60 Feature and Connectivity :

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Your eyes will also automatically draw towards the crystal ball sitting on the center console, before being flashed by the boost button. As soon as you start the car it spins spellbound and lets you choose your drive mode. This is a neat strategy.

The 12.3in infotainment touchscreen throws a lot of information at you, such as a digital instrument cluster and a heads-up display. All of these can be tweaked, poked and prod to create your own customized user profile.

Even better, the seats are great and the top models have multiple adjustment options, including the massage function. Despite having the resources of technology, there is an intelligent level of physical dial, especially for managing climate control. This is one of the things that can be really easy when you want to keep the temperature right while you’re on the move, manually and without just playing the touchscreen menus. Genesis GV60 has a lot of intelligence inside, a lot of technology but with an inherent sense of practicality. We love it.

Genesis GV60 Price :

Genesis offers the 2023 GV60 in two trims: Advanced and Performance. Pricing for the GV60 starts at $59,985 (with destination) and goes up to $68,985.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features :

A full suite of driver-assistance features is standard on every GV60 model, including automated emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, and adaptive cruise control. For more information about the GV60’s crash-test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites. Key safety features include:

  • Standard automated emergency braking
  • Standard lane-keeping assist with lane-departure warning
  • Standard adaptive cruise control with a lane-centering feature

Warranty and Maintenance Coverage :

The Genesis brand offers excellent warranty coverage that stretches for far longer than most other premium automakers. The GV60 comes with powertrain coverage for up to 10 years or 100,000 miles and complimentary scheduled maintenance for three years or 36,000 miles. The Jaguar I-Pace offers similar bumper-to-bumper coverage and longer complimentary maintenance, but the powertrain policy is nearly half that of the Genesis’s.

  • Limited warranty covers 5 years or 60,000 miles
  • Powertrain warranty covers 10 years or 100,000 miles
  • Complimentary maintenance is covered for 3 years or 36,000 miles
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