The new Genesis SUV will be offered in two model ranges. The GV80 2.5T is powered by a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. It comes standard with rear-wheel drive and offers all-wheel drive as an option. The GV80 3.5T use a turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 (bet you didn't see that coming), and is AWD only.
Both versions of the GV80 are offered in three trim levels: Standard, Advanced, and Prestige. The GV80 2.5T Standard starts at $49,925 ($1,025 destination included here and in all subsequent prices). The Standard's list of standard kit includes a 14.5-inch touchscreen, heated seats, a power liftgate, LED exterior lighting, 12-way power seats, a power-adjustable steering column, forward collision warning with pedestrian and cyclist detection and automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, lane-keep assist, and Hyundai's Highway Driving Assist semi-autonomous self-steering feature. AWD adds $5,750 — a big ask, but it also brings a panoramic sunroof, a heated steering wheel, digital key functionality, ventilated front seats, a wireless phone charger, and more.
The GV80 2.5T Advanced is $53,825. The Advanced trim adds the Standard's AWD package items (sans AWD itself) along with a 21-speaker Lexicon audio system. For the Advanced model, all-wheel drive costs $6,200, and again it is packaged with other equipment, including leather, a blind-spot camera monitor, a 360-degree-view monitor, remote automated parking, and 20-inch wheels.
The GV80 2.5T Prestige starts at $58,075. The Prestige nets the extra kit from the Advanced AWD package as well as heated rear seats. The spend to get AWD on a Prestige model is $6,350, and the extras thrown in here include an adaptive suspension, 22-inch wheels, a head-up display, and active noise cancellation.
All GV80 3.5T models include all-wheel drive. The 3.5T Standard is $60,175. Equipment here mirrors that of the 2.5T Standard with AWD except that the V6 version gets larger front brakes, the adaptive suspension, and 20-inch wheels.
The 3.5T Advanced opens at $65,375. Beyond the 2.5T Advanced with AWD, the 3.5T also gets a head-up display, heated rear seats, the Active Motion front seats, and rear-seat climate controls. An Advanced+ variant adds a third-row seat for $700.
At the top of the lineup sits the 3.5T Prestige for $71,975. Beyond all the features that come with the 2.5T Prestige with AWD, the 3.5 T Prestige exclusive items include Nappa leather seating, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, power-closing doors, power-adjustable and ventilated rear seats, and an electronic limited-slip rear differential.
The packaging here is a little unusual with all-wheel drive on the 2.5T bundled with so many other items, making it an expensive add-on. Overall, though, the Genesis GV80 looks to have a strong list of features for the money. The GV80 should reach showrooms this summer.