The new Genesis GV70 is a winner

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Genesis is coming out with some new models and one that should prove to be a great seller is the all-new 2022 GV70. Sure, the GV80 already exists. But when you want to sell even more cars, the trick is to take an attractive crossover, shrink it, and let the cash roll in. Fortunately, this one is worth it. Better to think of the GV70 as a thicker, more massive version of the excellent G70 sedan. He has a nice and aggressive style. This includes items that work from the GV80 but in a tighter package. The grid looks better. Take a look at the lower fascia. And dive into the shoulder line and rear wing.

Inside, Genesis has given the GV70 an almost art deco aesthetic with a modern twist. It sounds crazy, but it works. Additionally, Genesis offers a rainbow of color options for the cabin space. Consider this with the top-notch fit and finish, and the GV70 is a winner both inside and out.

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What’s new for 2022? The 2022 Genesis GV70 is a brand new vehicle. It features powertrains and styling borrowed from the larger GV80, but it’s a brand new model.What We Like Featured Style Exciting Standard AWD Powertrain Options Tremendous Value for the Top-Tier Interior Segment What We Don’t Lack in a Hybrid Option The interior style could almost be too much for some. How much? Probably just under $ 40,000 – High $ 40,000 Fuel Economy Genesis offers a variety of engines with the GV70. The standard configuration is a 2.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder. It should produce around 300 horsepower and 311 pound-feet of torque. Stepping up, you’ll find a 3.5-liter, twin-turbocharged V6. This more powerful engine makes 375 hp and 391 lb.-ft. of torque. Each engine is paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive is standard.

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The larger V6 biturbo is rated to return 19 miles per gallon in the city and 25 miles per gallon on the highway. We’re waiting for news from the EPA regarding the smaller engine, but it should be a bit more efficient. Standard Features and Options Genesis is still finalizing its packaging, but the GV70 comes well-equipped from the start. We hope to find a similar trim name to the GV80, which stands for Standard, Advanced, and Prestige models. On top of that, Genesis will offer a Sport package. This includes more aggressive front and rear fascias, unique wheels, and oversized tailpipes. Also on MarketWatch: Acura NSX 2021 – A Supercar for Everyday Thrills Inside, the GV70 offers a large 14.5-inch center screen with a crisp, clear display. A 12.3-inch screen houses the gauge cluster. There is actually a fingerprint scanner as well, allowing you to customize different driver profiles accessed with a quick fingertip scan. That’s just the tip of the technology here, as Genesis also offers AR augmented steering directions, touch controls with handwriting recognition, and fine dust air filtration in the climate control system. know they are there when you turn off the vehicle. While still in motion, the GV70 has Forward Collision Avoidance Assist, which is intended to prevent or at least mitigate any accident with a vehicle or object in front of you. It also detects possible incidents to the side during lane changes. Genesis has equipped the GV70 with all of its latest safety technology. See also: BMW’s new i4 is ready to take on Tesla with 523 hp and 300-mile range. At the wheel We haven’t driven the GV70 yet. That said, we’re excited to do so considering it has the same engines as the larger GV80, but in a smaller, lighter package.Other Cars to Consider 2021 Acura RDX: A near-luxury compact crossover that boasts best-in-class seats . . The Acura RDX is also a surprisingly fun vehicle to drive thanks to the excellent SH-AWD system and powerful turbocharged engine. Audi Q5 2021: Audi continues to refine the Q5 and make it better. The German automaker is delivering vehicles equipped with some of the best technologies on the market. In addition, the plug-in hybrid version offers really useful EV mileage while at the same time as fast as the sportier SQ5. 2021 BMW X3: BMW BMW, + 0.17% manages to take its wonderful driving dynamics from the 3 Series and turn it into this form of compact crossover. 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLC – Everything you love about the C-Class, but with the body style you’re probably looking for. The Mercedes-Benz GLC drives like a luxury station wagon without the wood grain. You’re going to pay for the privilege of putting that three-pointed star in your garage, but you’ll appreciate it every time you turn it on. Read next: The 12 Best New Cars of the Year Autotrader Genesis advice has left you out of the park with this one. It’s as good as the much more expensive offerings from German automakers. You get a real luxury crossover with two great engine options and outstanding styling. On top of that, you are paying less to get it. How not to get excited about the new GV70? This story was originally published on