The Genesis electric car is coming to Europe in the summer

Hyundai’s premium brand has been around for a relatively long time, but has not been present on our continent so far. In addition to their traditional cars, they also bring electric cars.

Genesis has existed as a separate brand name since 2015, ie for 6 years, previously only one type was designated by this name by Hyundai. The Genesis alone should be thought of as Toyota’s Lexus, or Nissan’s Infiniti: cars built into the premium segment, with a more interesting look than the base models, with proven technology.


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Genesis is now available in most markets around the world, but the European premiere has only just been discussed at their online press event: they will be launched for the first time in Germany, Switzerland and the UK this summer, with showrooms in London, Munich and Zurich, but can also be ordered then the cars.


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The model range still covers mostly internal combustion cars, with the G80 sedan and GV80 SUV coming to market first, followed shortly by the G70 and GV70. For us, perhaps the electric version of the G80 sedan, the G80e, will be more interesting, offering pure electric propulsion in the size class of comfortable passenger cars otherwise comparable to the BMW 5 or Mercedes E-Class.

It is said to be the GV70e
It is said to be the GV70e [+]

South Koreans have a very powerful electric platform based on specifications, such as the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6, which are based on E-GMP, and it is quite clear that such a car will be made at Genesis level, the GV70e models.


Source: Hírek és cikkek – Mobilarena by mobilarena.hu.

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