Up until now, Genesis’ vehicles have been continuations of models that were determined before to a automaker itself — a G80 was before a Hyundai Genesis, and a G90 was before a Equus. Now, Genesis gets a competition sedan to call a own, and we’ve finally schooled how most it will cost.
The 2019 Genesis G70 goes on sale during dealerships this week with a starting cost of $34,900 before $995 for end and delivery. The bottom engine is a 2.0-liter turbocharged I4 putting out 252 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque, and on scarcely each trim it comes corresponding to an eight-speed automatic. Rear-wheel expostulate is standard, though on all trims, all-wheel expostulate is accessible for an additional $2,000.
Standard apparatus on a bottom 2.0T Advanced trim includes LED using lights, keyless entry, a energy driver’s seat, leatherette seats and dual-zone involuntary meridian control. The infotainment shade is an 8-incher with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Standard reserve apparatus includes involuntary puncture braking, blind mark monitoring and adaptive journey control. It’s flattering good loaded.
The subsequent trim, 2.0T Elite, is a satisfactory bit some-more costly during $39,900. But it adds a far-reaching accumulation of apparatus like LED headlights, rain-sensing wipers, parking sensors, ventilated front seats and a Lexicon 15-speaker sound system. The $44,900 2.0T Prestige is accessible usually in and with all-wheel drive, though it adds fancier trappings like Nappa leather seats, exhilarated back seats, a microfiber superstar and a head-up display.
If competition is what you’re after, there’s a trim for that, too. The $37,900 2.0T Sport trim packs a customary six-speed primer transmission, Brembo brakes, a sportier exhaust, a correct primer parking stop and 19-inch amalgamate wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport 4 summer tires.
We haven’t even gotten to a bigger engine yet. If energy is on your must-have list, we can cycle by a whole lineup’s value of trims with a 3.3-liter turbocharged V6 that puts out 365 horsepower and 376 pound-feet of torque. Sadly, this one isn’t accessible with a manual, though it offers additional pieces of pack in all a same trim levels accessible to a 2.0-liter G70. The cost apparently rises with this engine, with a lowest 3.3T trim starting during $43,750.
There are also dual trims accessible in singular quantities. The Design and Dynamic trims are accessible with RWD or AWD, and they bucket adult a G70 with possibly imagination interior trappings (Design trim) or additional opening tools (Dynamic). Both are singular to 400 examples in a initial indication year, and both cost scarcely $50,000. You can check out a full pricing relapse below.
: See what Genesis’ new competition sedan is all about.
: Want something a small incomparable though still sporty? The 3.3-liter V6 hangs out here, too.