Packed with features and rich materials, the luxurious new Genesis G90 aims for ecstasy. As any tip-hungry parking valet will tell you, opening and closing a car door is a thoughtful act of service. It's a small and respectful gesture, a sort of automotive welcome and goodbye—and one that the 2023 Genesis G90 does for you. Push a button
PROS 323-mile range and 21-minute charging Plenty of performance and luxury Impressive ownership package CONS Lacks established premium image Small boot, limited rear headroom No conventional dealer network The Genesis Electrified G80 is a large premium electric car – and while the name Genesis may not be ultra-familiar right now, having only launched into the UK in 2021, it’s
Only last year the Genesis G80 was all new from the ground up. With a choice of two punchy turbo powertrains and the latest iteration of the Genesis design language, we found much to like in the Korean automaker's third-generation mid-size luxury sedan. All we wanted was a touch more athleticism. Apparently, we rubbed the right lamp, because for
Verdict Out of the wide range of models from the fledgling Genesis brand, the G70 is the least convincing. It’s competitively priced, but let down by a very cramped cabin that lacks the sense of occasion as other models in the family. Dynamically it lacks a little sophistication to the best premium rivals, too. But if you’re sold on
Verdict: The all-new Genesis GV70 is a joy to drive, and it mimics its luxury competitors both in its ability to provide high style and in its occasional highly questionable design choices. Versus the competition: Still perhaps a notch below its German rivals, the GV70 is Genesis’ best attempt yet to establish the South Korean brand’s credibility as a
Appealing, left-field estate/coupe lacking engine choices PROS Fun to drive Impressive ride quality High-quality interior CONS Lack of hybrid/electric options Tight rear head room Unimpressive four-cylinder engines Is the Genesis G70 Shooting Brake any good? The second model in the Genesis G70 range has been rolled out, and it's a segment-busting estate/hatchback/coupe crossover that should appeal those looking for

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