The Genesis luxury brand debuts its first electric vehicle with the GV60. The model is based on the same architecture that underpins the Kia EV6 and the Hyundai Ioniq 5.
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The new GV60 EV is the smallest of the Genesis brand’s crossovers, and the company claims it has a coupe-like profile.
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Characteristic styling elements include the two-piece headlights and taillights as well as the diamond-mesh grille. Since there’s less need for cooling airflow in an EV, the grille is lower than in the brand’s other models, and much of it is closed off.
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The GV60 is roughly nine inches shorter than the GV70 and an inch-and-a-half lower, but its wheelbase is an inch greater. Among competitors, it’s larger than a Volvo XC40 but smaller than an Audi Q4 e-tron.
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At launch there are two versions, both with two motors and all-wheel drive: the Advanced AWD and the Performance AWD.
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The Advanced has 314 horsepower and 446 pound-feet of torque. The Performance ups that to 429 horsepower with the same torque output. The Performance also has a boost mode good for 483 horsepower and 516 pound-feet.
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All GV60s have a 77.4-kWh battery pack. EPA range is 235 miles for the Performance version and 248 miles for the Advanced model.
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There are a total of 10 exterior color choices, but three of them are white.
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Dual 12.3-inch digital displays are housed behind a single curved dashboard screen. The gearshift is a crystal orb on the console.
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The GV60 interior features a flat floor, and most passenger dimensions are slightly better than in the GV70.
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The GV60 has as standard facial-recognition technology to unlock the car and a fingerprint sensor to start it.
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