2023 Genesis Electrified G80 priced from $80,920


Genesis is able to begin deliveries of the electrical G80.

On Thursday, the South Korean automaker introduced the 2023 Electrified Genesis G80 prices $80,920 and is now obtainable in California, Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York however solely at choose dealerships.

Genesis mentioned in September the Electrified G80 will go on sale in Arizona, Nevada, Utah, and Washington. Once more, the corporate famous it should solely be obtainable at choose dealerships.

Out there solely in a single trim, which is absolutely loaded, the luxurious sedan will function all-wheel drive due to a dual-motor powertrain with 136-kw electrical motors connected to every axle delivering a mixed 365 hp. An 87.2-kwh lithium-ion battery pack feeds the motors and Genesis mentioned it should ship 282 miles of vary. Official EPA scores have not been launched but.

Genesis Electrified G80

Genesis Electrified G80

Genesis mentioned the Electrified G80 can recharge from 10% to 80% in 22 minutes when hooked to a 350-kw charging station. The automaker has partnered with Electrify America and can provide patrons three years of complimentary 30-minute quick charging periods.

It’s going to take a eager eye to identify the Electrified G80 because it seems almost an identical to its gas-powered sibling. The grille has been closed off and is one strong piece, although the cost port is hidden throughout the grille on the motive force facet with a diamond-shaped door that pops open. Mannequin-specific 19-inch wheels and the obtainable Matira Blue exterior paint would be the best methods to identify the electrical model of the luxurious sedan.

Genesis Electrified G80

Genesis Electrified G80

Inside, the Electrified G80 seems the identical because the gas-powered mannequin, however the electrical mannequin may be optioned with a brand new darkish Darkish Lagoon Inexperienced and Glacier White colour scheme.

Each Electrified G80 will function automated emergency braking, lively lane management, blind-spot screens, and automated excessive beams.


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