Genesis is a new luxury brand that was created in 2015 as Hyundai's upscale spinoff. It ambitiously aims to battle the likes of BMW, Lexus, and Mercedes-Benz. The larger G80 and G90 sedans are styled to enter the big leagues, and they offer greater value than those German luxury sedans. The compact G70 is a hugely impressive sports sedan that provides sharp handling and outstanding value. The Genesis family also has desirable SUVs that benefit from the brand's successful formula and include the GV70 and GV80. An all-electric crossover called the GV60 is also set to join the lineup
Genesis's first EV is the 2023 GV60, which shares a platform with the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6 but offers a more posh interior and whimsical design.
Genesis's third EV will be the Electrified GV70 SUV, which swaps the regular GV70's gasoline engine for two electric motors good for 483 horsepower.
Serving as the entry point to the Genesis luxury brand, the 2022 G70 sedan has a big responsibility, one that it's more than capable of tackling.
From its unique thin-strip headlights to its gigantic pentagonal grille to its slippery bodywork and sloping roofline, the Genesis G80 is a rolling beauty.
Genesis has shoehorned a 365-hp electric powertrain into its G80 luxury sedan to create the Electrified G80, which boasts a competitive 282 miles of range.
As the flagship of the Genesis brand, the 2022 G90 delivers a cossetting ride and limo-like cabin but at a price that undercuts rivals by thousands of dollars.
The GV70 is the first compact-luxury SUV to be offered by the Genesis luxury brand and it's an impressive first effort that's on track to disrupt the segment.
Fledgling luxury carmaker Genesis has proven that it is capable of challenging European and Japanese luxury brands in the premium SUV game with the GV80.
The Genesis G70 is a luxury sports sedan coup d'état that delivers lively handling, smooth engines, a classy cabin, and a price that undercuts its competition.
The completely redesigned Genesis G80 is a beautifully styled sedan that looks to promote the Korean automaker's luxury pedigree and increase public awareness.
Every now and then a car comes along that's so good at doing its job that it defies all logic, and the effortlessly plush 2021 Genesis G90 is one such car.
With a sumptuously appointed and whisper-quiet cabin, the 2021 GV80 is exactly the flagship SUV the Genesis brand needs to be taken seriously by Americans.
With a fun-to-drive nature, classy interior styling, and a fantastic value proposition, the 2020 Genesis G70 has put the premium sports sedan segment on notice.
With a cushiony ride quality and nicely appointed cabin, the 2020 Genesis G80 sedan offsets a pedestrian design with legit luxury touches and strong value.
The G90 offers superb bang for the buck as well as a silent, well-equipped cabin. This is luxury-sedan goodness without the extravagant price tag.
The new sports sedan on the block promptly leapfrogs long-established rivals with performance credentials, a premium interior, and a big bang for your buck.
The 2019 Genesis G90 has comfort-first driving dynamics that won't raise the pulse of serious drivers, but it provides a plush ride; long journeys are rejuvenating rather than tedious.
The 2019 G80 has many of the indulgences of established premium-brand rivals, minus the snobbery.
The 2018 Genesis G80 approaches its competitors in luxury, ride comfort, and tech features but undercuts them in price, making it a class value standout.
If you want an opulent luxury sedan and can live without a snobby luxury badge, the G90 is a smooth and powerful choice that undercuts the competition on price.
The G80 offers many of the luxury appointments of more established competitors but does so at a lower entry fee.
The G90 is a value-priced full-size luxury sedan that has everything but an upscale image.