The Genesis cross-coupe with an electric powertrain, spy photos of which were released last week, will hit the market with the designation GV60. The AsiTimes edition writes about this, noting that the model's index speaks of its relatively accessible status.
The Genesis electric crossover is being developed on the basis of the latest E-GMP platform, which will become the basis for three brands of electric vehicles at once. In addition to Genesis, Hyundai (under the Ioniq sub-brand) and Kia will release their models on this platform. The first Genesis electric car will be a cross-coupe, which, judging by the index, will take the position of the most affordable model. Now this is considered the "seventieth" family. Perhaps the GV60 will also be the most compact crossover of the brand.
- According to the publication, Hyundai plans to begin mass production of the Genesis GV60 for the home market in August this year. And in December, the premium brand's model lineup will be replenished with another, larger GV70 electric car.
- Earlier it was reported that an electric version of the G80 sedan, which the company is also already testing, is slated to enter the market in 2021. Finally, according to the publication, Genesis plans to present this year and one way or another modified version of the flagship four-door G90.