Electric crossover Genesis GV60 starts at 56,370 euros in Germany

Electric crossover Genesis GV60 starts at 56,370 euros in Germany

The first electric car from Hyundai's premium brand is available to order at prices starting at 56,370 euros.

Based on the two equipment lines Sport or Sport Plus, customers can choose between two fully electric all-wheel-drive systems. Further packages and optional extras are designed to increase comfort and safety. At the market launch, 15 paint finishes for the exterior and five colour themes for the interior provide scope for individualisation.

The GV60 Sport, which starts at 56,370 euros, has two electric motors (160 kW rear / 74 kW front) and all-wheel drive and offers a range of up to 470 kilometres according to WLTP measurements. The GV60 Sport Plus (from 71,010 euros), which is also all-wheel drive, drives forward with a total of up to 360 kW. The maximum output of 360 kW is achieved by activating the boost mode for 10 seconds. Without activating the boost mode, two dual engines with an output of 160 kW each can be called up. The maximum WLTP range of the top model is 466 kilometres per battery charge. At 350 kW fast-charging stations, the high-voltage battery can be charged from 10 to 80 per cent within 18 minutes.

"The GV60 is an important milestone in our journey towards electrification," explains Dominique Boesch, Managing Director of Genesis Motor Europe. "This vehicle combines world-class performance with intuitive technology to deliver an uncompromising all-electric driving experience to a new generation of e-car drivers. The GV60 is the first of three electric models to be launched this year, underlining our ambition to become an all-electric brand by 2025."

The electric car comes with a comprehensive range of comfort and safety features as standard. These include assistance systems such as a front collision warning system with pedestrian and cyclist detection as well as turn assist, a drowsiness warning system, lane departure warning and lane departure warning. The GV60 is the first Genesis model to feature the connected car Integrated Cockpit. The system consists of two high-resolution 12.3-inch screens: The instrument cluster and navigation screen are combined into one panoramic display that shares all content with the colour head-up display. The infotainment system offers navigation, smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, voice control and digital radio, among other features.

The vehicle can be further individualised with additional equipment packages:

  • Technology package: includes assistance and safety systems such as a 360-degree overview camera and a head-up display (3430 euros).
  • Comfort seat package: includes comfort features such as Premium Relax comfort seats with multiple, partly electric seat adjustments and ventilation (3290 Euros).
  • Comfort seat package for the second row of seats: ensures a high level of comfort in the rear as well (710 Euros).
  • Nappa leather seat package: includes Nappa leather seats as well as suede trim for doors, sun hood as well as A, B and C pillars and an aluminium interior decor (3340 Euros).
  • Bang & Olufsen audio system: for better sound enjoyment with surround sound and 17 speakers (1170 euros).
  • Outdoor Package: includes roof rails and a Vehicle-to-Load (V2L) function with an interior and exterior socket for charging external devices (1040 euros).
  • In addition to a permanently installed panoramic glass roof (1320 euros), which also comes with roof rails, customers can also opt for digital exterior mirrors instead of their conventional counterparts (1460 euros). They improve visibility even in adverse weather conditions.
  • The GV60 can be reserved for a non-binding and refundable deposit of 1000 euros - online on the Genesis website and at the Genesis Studio in Munich. The first deliveries are scheduled to take place from 7 June 2022.


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