Is the Genesis G80 a smart buy with a third-generation model just around the corner? Here’s what we found out.
After rescheduling its new saloon’s introduction from April to September, Genesis has reportedly delayed it once more due to issues with two of its engines.
The redesigned G80 will have its world debut in September in South Korea and arrive in the U.S. in late 2019.
Genesis reports sales have jumped by 37.8 per cent in the first half of 2019.
Genesis’ luxury sedan has a comprehensive list of standard equipment and is priced from $69k AUE.
The next-gen Genesis G80 will feature loads of GV80 Concept styling elements.
Genesis appears to be planning to phase out the 5.0-liter V8 as the company shifts its focus to electric vehicles.
The Genesis G80 range starts at $68,900 AUD for the base version and $88,900 AUD for the Ultimate.
The new leasing program is Genesis’ answer to its premium rival manufacturers’ subscription services.
Genesis is giving the G80 a sportier appearance and improved on-board tech, as prices start from $42,050.
Hyundai wants separate Genesis dealerships and expects their number to fall from today’s 850 to roughly 400.
New Genesis G80 prototype removes the heavy covers, revealing the brand’s new design direction.