The 2025 Genesis GV80 attractive appearance makes a statement. The intelligent SUV, a former 10Best award winner, combines luxury with one additional that Porsche and BMW just could not provide: a delightfully low beginning price. A 2.5-liter, 304-hp turbocharged four-cylinder engine is standard, but just two rows of seats are available. The significantly more thrilling 380-hp twin-turbo V-6 engine allows for the addition of an extra row for seating up to seven passengers. All GV80s have an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. The GV80’s interior is luxurious, beginning with heated plus cooled seats for front and rear passengers and continuing with heated handles and a near-silent ride even at highway speeds.
2025 Genesis GV80 Design
The 2025 Genesis GV80 gets a redesigned grille and what the manufacturer calls Micro Lens Array headlights from the G90 sedan, albeit the differences are subtle. New wheel styles include a 20-inch multi-spoke unit and a 22-inch alternative. Storr Green, available in glossy or matte finishes, is a new color for 2025. The GV80’s instrument cluster and infotainment display are now featured on a gigantic 27.0-inch wide touchscreen. For 2025, Genesis introduces three new interior colors: Earth Brown, Bordeaux Brown, and Glacier White.
Genesis GV80 Interior
The inside of the redesigned GV80 SUV now features a combined 27-inch OLED infotainment display. With this year’s model, a three-spoke steering wheel replaces the crossbar wheel. From the touchscreen and HVAC controls, a “waterfall” console design cascades onto the revised console. A new wireless device charging station makes the phone more visible than in the previous GV80 and allows for larger cupholders. The coupe (below) features some distinctive interior pieces to complement its trimmed-down look, such as hues and materials not available in the SUV.
2025 Genesis GV80 Engine
The Genesis said that the SUV headed for the United States will have two engine options: a 2.5-liter turbo-four with 300 horsepower and a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 with 375 horsepower. The Coupe will also come with two engine options, with the previously mentioned V6 serving as the base engine and an upgraded version of the same gas motor coupled to an electric supercharger topping the range. According to Hyundai, that combination should produce 409 horsepower.
The 2025 GV80 SUV and Coupe will go on sale in 2024. According to Hyundai, more information about the models—including their prices—will be disclosed when the official launch date draws near. Pay attention.
Genesis GV80 MPG and Fuel Efficiency
The EPA has still to release its conclusions for the GV80’s revised powertrains. Previously, the EPA calculated that four-cylinder GV80 cars delivered 20 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the interstate; opting for the V-6 decreased those to 18 mpg and 23 mpg, respectively. We haven’t run the revised GV80 through our 75-mph highway fuel economy test, but the previous GV80 with the turbo four outperformed by a hair, returning 25 mpg highway. Visit the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) website to get more details on the GV80’s fuel efficiency.
Genesis GV80 Towing and Payload Capacity
The Genesis GV80 has a maximum towing capability of 6000 pounds, which is greater than the Volvo XC90’s rating of 5000 pounds, although competitors such as the BMW X5 can haul an additional 600 pounds—or more.
2025 Genesis GV80 Price and Trims
The pricing of the 2025 Genesis GV80 is estimated to range between $59,000 and $84,000, depending on trim and options. There is no bad option here. We like the increased power given by the twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6, which costs around $8000 more than the base 2.5T model.
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