What Kind Of Vehicles Does Genesis Plan To Offer In 2020?
The company has already announced two SUVs and a sports coupe, but now they’ve added another SUV and a sports car. What else can we expect from them?
Genesis started out as a luxury brand, but over time, they’ve expanded their lineup to include more affordable models. They’ve also branched into other segments such as trucks, vans, and even electric cars.
We’ll see more SUVs and sports cars from Genesis in 2020. In addition, they plan to launch a new compact crossover model called GV80. This vehicle will replace the current G90 model. It’s expected to be priced around $30,000.
The GV80 is based on the same platform as the upcoming Kia Stonic crossover. It should have similar styling to that vehicle. The interior should look like it belongs in an Audi or BMW.
The GV80 will likely get a turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder engine with up to 300 horsepower. A plug-in hybrid version could also be offered.
A plug-in hybrid version of the GV80 would make sense since the vehicle will share its platform with the Stonic. That means there are some similarities between the two vehicles when it comes to battery capacity and charging options.
A plug-in hybrid version would allow customers to drive longer distances without having to charge the vehicle. We don’t know if this will happen yet, but it seems possible considering how popular these types of vehicles are becoming.
In addition to the GV80, Genesis plans to introduce a sporty compact crossover concept at the Los Angeles Auto Show later this year. This vehicle will be built on the same platform as both the GV80 and the Stonic.
This vehicle will likely use a twin-turbo V6 engine instead of the gasoline engine used by the GV80. It may also feature all-wheel drive.
This vehicle will probably cost less than $40,000, which makes it a good option for those who want something fun to drive.
There aren’t many details about the GV80 or the sporty concept, so we won’t know what engines will be available until closer to the time of release.