The South Korean automaker’s first models, the G80 and G90 sedans are broadly praised, but legitimacy as a luxury marque will be established within more competitive segments. Genesis G70 offers features like rain-sensing wipers, wireless phone charging, heated rear seats, adaptive low beams. It also has a head-up display as part of its Elite and Prestige packages.
G70 3.3T Sport t is the fiercest packaging of the luxury compact. The car has dark chrome accents, gunmetal gray 19-inch wheels, LED headlights, DRLs, and taillights. With an integrated rear diffuser and dual oval exhaust ports.
The Genesis G70’s interior is treated with leather seating surfaces, heated, ventilated, and power operated at the front. Alongside it, the vehicle has dual-zone automatic climate control, heated and power-folding side mirrors, an auto-dimming rearview mirror. Not only that, the interior cabin has a Lexicon 15-speaker audio system, navigation, a 7.0-inch color TFT screen, an 8.0-inch infotainment. Besides that, it has with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and adaptive high beams.
The G70 looks spectacular, with a wide, powerful stance, striking light signatures, and clean lines. The car looks bigger and heavier, and it further defines the brand’s design language. One exacting success of the G70 is its rear end styling. The cars is tidy and distinctive, the G70’s caboose is a sweet finish to a attractive exterior.
This South Korean car Genesis G70 is powered with 3.3-liter twin-turbocharged V6 delivers a heavy 365 horsepower. And it produces the 376 pound-feet of torque to the rear wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission. With a Base 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder cars rouse a more modest 255 horses, and can be optioned with a six-speed manual. Coming to other models, the Sport model package adds adaptive dampers and upgrades the Michelin PS4 tires to PS4S units at the same 225-front and 255-rear widths.
The car G70 3.3T hits mph in 4.7 seconds and tops out at 167 mph. While demonstrating its straight-line speed, it demonstrates linear power delivery and smooth transitions between gears. While, the braking force and feel matches the G70’s impressive acceleration, with good initial bite and a progressive pedal.
Genesis G70 offers several drive modes to optimize ride quality and performance for efficiency, comfort, or pace. Default comfort mode is pleasantly submissive but lazy, due to its dull throttle pedal. But, the sport quickly becomes preferable due to its sharp response, well-timed gear changes, and cornering composure.