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2025 Genesis GV80 Starts At $59,050

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The revamped 2025 Genesis GV80 SUV makes its debut with an updated dashboard display, the introduction of a Coupe version, and a starting cost of $59,050, inclusive of a $1,350 delivery charge, as declared by the premium division of Hyundai on Friday.

This represents a modest increment of roughly $400 over the 2024 Genesis GV80, taking into account slight refinements to the exterior front and a substantial overhaul inside the cabin. The sporting aspirations are heightened by more pronounced air intakes and an expanded skid plate. The SUV’s assertive stance is accentuated with optional 22-inch alloy rims, chrome sidesteps, and a chrome trim beneath its smooth roofline.

Internally, an array of displays housed within a single 27.0-inch sheet of glass supplants the previous iteration’s 14.5-inch infotainment screen and digital dashboard. Even though tactile interactions are possible, voice activation and a console-mounted rotary dial remain alternatives. Beneath the display arrangement, a touch-sensitive climate control panel bordered by temperature control knobs is installed, while a fusion of patterned metal finishes, tactile knobs, chrome accents, and patterned leather upholstery emphasize the luxurious atmosphere.

Powertrain options for the GV80 SUV continue with a 2.5-liter turbocharged inline-four producing 300 hp and 311 lb-ft of torque or a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6 delivering 375 hp and 391 lb-ft. Power is distributed to all wheels via an 8-speed automatic transmission. Later this summer, Genesis intends to unveil the pricing for the newly-introduced, more aggressive GV80 Coupe variant anticipated to hit the market this fall.

The entry-level 2.5 Standard arrives comprehensively outfitted, featuring an all-wheel-drive system, auto-leveling suspension at the rear, 19-inch alloy wheels, LED illumination for both the front and the back, and numerous driver-assistance technologies such as automated emergency stopping, adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go capability, lane keeping assistance, blind-spot detection, and a semi-autonomous driving system.

The 2025 GV80 provides seating for five, except for the 3.5T Advanced configuration, which includes a third-row that power-folds to accommodate up to seven occupants.

Included as standard for convenience and comfort are synthetic leather seats, front seats that are power-adjustable and warmed, a remote ignition feature, wireless connectivity for both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a wireless charging pad for smartphones, four USB-C outlets, and a trial subscription to satellite radio.

The warranty covering each GV80 stretches over 4 years or 50,000 miles, supplemented by complimentary maintenance for the initial 3 years or 36,000 miles.

In the realm of high-end SUVs, this is a rather significant offering, yet Genesis notes that this model won’t be attainable until later in the summer season.

2025 Genesis GV80 2.5T Standard or 2.5T? Is there a difference?

The nomenclature might cause some confusion as Genesis introduces a 2.5T AWD variant, which might seem like the base option but actually represents an upgrade over the Standard with a price point of $60,050. This enhances the package with a heated steering wheel, digital key access, rear-side sunshades, and an emergency spare wheel.

The 2.5T Select AWD, retailing at $62,950, contributes further with 20-inch alloy wheels, wooden inlays, and an expansive sunroof. This model shares its summer availability with the base version.

At $66,950, the 2.5T Advanced includes a 360-degree camera setup, cameras for the blind-spot monitoring, ventilated seats in the front, genuine leather seats, assistance with parking, and an audio system from Bang & Olufsen.

The pinnacle trim, Prestige, comes for $71,800. It commands attention with 22-inch wheels, an adaptive suspension system, massaging seats, a displayed projection on the windshield, heated seating in the rear, and a climate control system extending across three zones.

How significantly higher is the cost for the 2025 Genesis 3.5T?

Boasting a sturdy 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6, or 3.5T, that generates 375 hp, this powerhouse is available in merely two trims for the 2025 GV80, labeled Advanced or Prestige. Uncharacteristically, only the performance-inclined 3.5T Advanced offers a power-folding third row for seven-passenger capacity.

Tagged at $75,150, it nearly matches the 2.5T Prestige in features but substitutes 20-inch wheels instead of 22-inch ones.

The 3.5T Prestige omits the third row yet incorporates a power-folding second row with ventilated seating, nappa leather interiors, 22-inch wheels, and an electronic limited-slip differential, priced at $80,650.

All models excluding the base Standard and the 2.5T Select are going on sale this month, with these two slated for a summer release.

Image Source: VanderWolf Images / Shutterstock

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