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Australian Genesis GV80 models will score a 3D instrument cluster

The new Genesis GV80 will receive a brand new three-dimensional instrument cluster created by German auto parts manufacturer Continental – and it won't require 3D glasses to view. Continental says the incoming top-spec variant of the GV80, Genesis's first production SUV, will be the first production model to receive its new technology, which displays three-dimensional scales, pointers and objects (like a stop-sign warning) in the driver's line of sight...

2021 Genesis G80 revealed: Australian debut later this year

The new-generation 2021 Genesis G80 has been unveiled online this week, ahead of an Australian launch scheduled to commence in the second half of 2020. The new model has already been spied testing in Sydney, confirming it will benefit from the same local tuning program given to all Hyundai Australia and Genesis models...

Genesis ranked number one for dependability in US

Genesis has taken first place in J.D. Power’s 2020 Vehicle Dependability Study (VDS) in the marque’s first year of inclusion in the study. J.D. Power is a United States-based automotive consumer analytics and car reviewing publication that devised the VDS to focus on vehicle dependability in a more practical time frame of vehicle ownership...

2021 Genesis G80 luxury sedan testing in Australia

Hyundai’s luxury division Genesis is putting the finishing touches on the next model due to fill-out its revamped line-up. The new generation Genesis G80 limousine has been caught on camera while testing in Sydney. UPDATE, MARCH 5: The new G80 has now been unveiled. Story here...

Car companies drop the big bucks on Super Bowl advertising

Question: What do you get when you combine a former Game of Thrones star, a Grammy winner and a bunch of Boston accents? Answer: The car commercials at the 2020 Super Bowl. The annual NFL championship game traditionally attracts millions of television viewers each year – with this year's game watched by 99.9 million viewers in the US alone...

Genesis promises massive roll-out of new models, electric car coming too

Hyundai’s luxury division Genesis has teased five new or updated models – and confirmed an electric SUV – during the world premiere of its first-ever SUV, the GV80. The GV80 previews the new Genesis ‘signature face’, and horizontal dual lights front and rear...

2020 Genesis GV80 SUV revealed in detail, due in Australia around July

The first Genesis SUV, called GV80, will arrive in Australia half way through 2020 with three engine options, a long list of brand-first technology, and market-specific suspension calibration. The luxury crossover will joint the G70 and G80 sedans, and mark the next phase for the fledgling Korean premium marque as it looks to pinch customers away from Lexus and Mercedes-Benz...

2020 Genesis GV80 design showcased in shadowy new images

UPDATE, Jan 15 2020: The GV80 has now been revealed in full. Details and official images here. Genesis has released official photographs of its upcoming GV80, the brand’s first crossover. Based on the same platform as the upcoming, second-generation G80 sedan, it's set to launch in South Korea this month with exports commencing later in the year...

More powerful base engine coming for Genesis G70 - report

If you want to go up against established rivals, you have to offer more. Genesis understands that, its G70 outgunning similarly-priced Germans. Sometime in the next couple of years, it’s planning to introduce a new entry-level engine that will further surpass those rivals’ base engines. Car & Driver reports the G70 range will open with the same turbocharged 2...

2020 Genesis GV80 leaked undisguised

The Genesis GV80, the luxury marque's first crossover, has been leaked ahead of its anticipated official unveiling some time this month. These photos, seemingly taken inside one of Hyundai's factories, was posted on Korean website AutoPost. As we've seen in earlier spy photos, the GV80 will keep many of the design elements from the 2017 concept car, such as the twin headlight and tail-light strips...

Genesis Australia appoints David Lederer as new boss

Genesis Motors Australia has announced David Lederer as its new head, in advance of a new product onslaught to come in 2020. The Hyundai luxury arm's local division has been operating without a proper boss for a number of months now, after former general manager, Peter Evans, stepped down in April just months ahead of Genesis's local launch. Mr...