GENESIS GV60 EV, A Luxury Crossover Revealed.

  • Genesis GV60 EV is brands first electric vehicle based on a dedicated EV platform E-GMP (Electric-Global Modular Platform )
  • It shares same platform with Kia EV6 & Hyundai Ioniq 5.
  • G : Genesis , V: Versatility and 60 denotes the position in the Genesis Lineup.
  • The interior design inherits concept of ‘Beauty of White Space,’ to create a spacious and comfortable interior.

Accelerating move to the electrification, Genesis brand officially revealed GV60 electric car, second EV car in the line up. Earlier Group has revealed Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6 that shares same EV platform. Model-naming scheme is based on the design identity of ‘Athletic Elegance’ emphasizing athleticism with lower numbers and elegance with higher numbers.

Genesis GV60 EV Exterior

The front of the GV60 features A Clamshell hood, a single panel that wraps around hood and fenders to create a sleek and seamless look. With a wider and more athletic Crest Grille placed below the Two line Quad Lamps, it highlights the dynamic performance of the GV60. It is claimed to increases the cooling efficiency of the high-voltage batteries in the underbody.

Genesis GV60 EV

The side profile of Genesis GV60 EV perceives the appearance of high-performance coupe. Auto flush outside door handles which are very similar to tesla models, Lucid air adds to the smooth lines. Traditional mirrors give way to digital cameras on each side to complete sleek appearance.

At the rear, Coupe shaped roof with Chrome line featuring wing spoiler and theme of two Line combination Lamps similar to front take on a dynamic shape. The rear Overall the style presents the image of high-performance vehicle. All technical features such as sensors, Turn signals and taillight are placed at the bottom.

E-GMP Platform

Hyundai E-GMP EV platform

Genesis GV60 EV Interior

Genesis GV60 EV interior
Genesis GV60 Interior

The interior design of the GV60 inherits ‘Beauty of White Space,’ to create spacious and comfortable interior. This concept was first introduced in GV80. Dashboard has large infotainment screen in front driver that extends till the middle. It is wrapped around with warm blue color and stands on top of dashboard. Center console on the front is floating to create more floor space and sense of roominess.

In the Interior design, Crystal Sphere, a sphere-shaped Shift By Wire (SBW) also functions to intuitively inform driver when the vehicle is ready to drive. When the vehicle is turned off, the Crystal Sphere provides ambient lighting, and When you’re ready to drive, the sphere rotates and the SBW appears, creating an indoor atmosphere of futuristic mobility. Digital side mirrors in the interior cabin placed on doors add to a cutting-edge appearance while auto-flush outside door handles add to the smooth lines.

Dominique Boesch, Managing Director for Genesis Motor Europe, commented “When we launched in Europe, we committed to bringing three electric cars to the region within our first year; we are proud to confirm the GV60 will be our second electric car for Europe, following soon after the launch of the electrified G80.”

“The GV60, Genesis’ first on a dedicated electric platform, will provide a totally new experience as a luxury electric vehicle based on our unique brand identity and will also benefit from our unique customer focused offering where service come before sales.”

Interior layout and details information about is not available but taking the reference from Hyundai Iconiq5, 6 way manual and 6way power front seats with more comfort features can be expected. As for second row, 6040 split fold seat that can create flat load floor when folded could be ideal.

At the moment, Vehicle launch timing along with complete technical specifications & performance for Korea, North America and Europe is not available .

Genesis GV60 EV vehicle will compete with vehicles such as Tesla Model Y, Hyundai Ioniq5 and Audi Q4-tron, Cadilac Lyriq, Volvo C40 .

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