The 2021 GV80 is the primary SUV from Hyundai’s luxury brand, Genesis. With its split headlights and noticeable grille, the three-Row hauler may have a striking outside nearness. Yet the GV80’s inside is very downplayed. We foresee its blend of extravagance and common sense could make it a genuine player in the developing luxury SUV class. The GV80 will take on the BMW X5 and the Mercedes-Benz GLE-class when it goes marked down later in 2020.
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Beginning, the luxury division spun off from Hyundai only two or three years prior, has so far offered a lineup just of cars. Be that as it may, that is going to change with the appearance of the 2021 Genesis GV80 midsize luxury SUV.
Hyundai’s Beginning first SUV
will be fueled either by a turbocharged 2.5-liter four-chamber or a twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 motor; AWD will be standard and all-wheel drive will be discretionary.
The Genesis GV80 SUV and will be sold in 5-and 7-seat designs, the third-row seat offered as a choice. Albeit some had conjectured that it would share underpinnings with Hyundai’s as of late presented Palisade and sister division Kia’s Telluride, the Genesis GV80 is based on a back drive stage identified with the G80.