The G70 from Genesis has received a refreshing update in South Korea. Look at the exquisite badge, adorned with a mesmerizing Guilloché pattern that adds a touch of elegance to its exterior. Feast your eyes on the captivating Kawah Blue and Bartna Grey hues that grace its surface, complemented by the alluring 18- and 19-inch wheels that complete its stunning look.
The interior of the vehicle has undergone modifications, specifically to the center console, which now features an updated HVAC panel. Forest Blue/Vanilla Beige, Obsidian Black/Vanilla Beige, and Obsidian Black/Fog Gray are some of the other available two-tone color schemes.
From now on, the Genesis G70 will grace its homeland market with a more capacious 2.5-liter powertrain. This engine boasts an impressive 300 horses under the hood, a whopping 48 more than its entry-level counterpart currently available in the US.
Customers may upgrade to the bigger 3.3-liter V6 that has been maintained in its current form for an extra fee. The more powerful engine is only offered in the sedan model, while the long-roof version is only offered with a four-cylinder engine. In addition to its increased output, the G70 now also has Brembo brakes as standard equipment.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to own a piece of automotive excellence. The four-cylinder sedan can be yours for a mere 43.15 million won ($32,550), while the wagon is available for 45.11 million won ($34,000). If you're looking to get behind the wheel of the V6-powered sedan, you'll need to fork over a minimum of 48.05 million won ($36,200).