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Genesis reveals the prices for the G80

The prices for the new 2021 Genesis G80 car begins more than $5000 higher than its ancestor, with a beginning cost of $48,725. When completely stacked with its discretionary V-6 motor, all-wheel-drive framework, and loads of extravagance additional items, it would now be able to arrive at near $70,000. 

The base motor will be a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-chamber making 300 ponies and 311 pound-feet of peak torque. The most affordable model with the 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 will be $59,100. The powerplant produces 375 hp and 391 lb-ft of torque. Notwithstanding the motor decision, the car comes standard with back wheel drive, while an all-wheel-drive configuration is a choice. 

The Korean luxury automaker has tried to keep the G80 valued impressively lower than adversaries, for example, the Mercedes E-class and BMW 5-series, in any case. The base G80 2.5T with back wheel drive costs thousands under four-chamber renditions of the 5-arrangement and E-class, regardless of offering increasingly standard hardware and more force from its turbo 2.5-liter inline-four that makes 300 pull and 311 lb-ft of torque. BMW’s base 530i model offers 248 hp while Mercedes-Benz’s E350 model makes 255 hp. 

The four-chamber G80 comes loaded with standard highlights like LED headlights, high beam assist, and power-folding mirrors. There are 12-way, warmed front seats and double zone atmosphere control. The safety innovation suite incorporates highlights like forward impact help, shrewd cruise control with AI, path keep help, and blindspot checking. The lodge has a 14.5-inch infotainment screen with a 12-speaker sound system. 

As opposed to independent choices, Genesis bundles the G80’s discretionary hardware in trim levels called Advanced and Prestige. Metallic and pearl paint hues will cost $400 extra. A completely optioned 3.5T AWD Prestige model, at that point, costs $69,075. 

Settling on the Advanced trim level includes a 21-speaker sound system, all-encompassing rooftop, wood trim, ventilated seats, power awnings, three-zone atmosphere control, and power activity for the cargo compartment. 

The Prestige grade takes the highlights from the Advanced model and includes things like leather upholstery, a wireless gadget charger, power-shutting doors, surround-view screen, warmed back seats, and parking assist. 

The G80 is set to reach the dealerships in the U.S. market at some point this late spring.

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