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2021 Genesis G70 revealed in factory photo leak
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25th Jun 2020
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2021 Genesis G70 revealed in factory photo leak

The refreshed 2021 Genesis G70 has been revealed ahead of time this week, thanks to a pair of leaked photos. Surfacing on The Korean Car Blog this week, these images offer our best look yet at the G70's complete front and rear makeover. Where the premium sedan previously wore a handsome if somewhat anonymous look, its midlife refresh brings the car in line with the new-generation G80 sedan with its unique 'double-line Quadlamp' lighting and 'Crest Grille'.
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Mike Stevens
Genesis GV70 coming in 2021 - report
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6th Jul 2019
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Genesis GV70 coming in 2021 - report

Genesis Motors is pushing forward with its upcoming SUV rollout, with the company’s chief operating officer confirming a G70-based crossover will follow the upcoming GV80 in 2021. Speaking on a sales call with North American media reported by Motor1, Erwin Raphael, COO for Genesis, said a smaller SUV based on the G70’s rear-drive platform will be a little under a year behind the larger GV80. “We're very excited to introduce the GV80 about 11 months from now. Next May/June,” he said.
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James Wong
2019 Genesis G70: Australian pricing
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22nd May 2019
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2019 Genesis G70: Australian pricing

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James Wong
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22nd May 2019
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2019 Genesis G70: Australian pricing

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James Wong
Genesis G70 may gain a high-performance variant
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17th Jan 2019
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Genesis G70 may gain a high-performance variant

The Genesis G70 is no slouch, especially with its 272kW/510Nm 3.3-litre twin-turbo V6, but a more hardcore version could be on its way. "A big effort with the [Genesis] G70 was thermal management, to make sure that this car will hold up," Mike O'Brien, the head of product planning for Hyundai USA, told Road & Track during a discussion about the Veloster N and how it was designed to withstand long track sessions.
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Derek Fung
Genesis previews world-first 3D digital instrument display
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22nd Oct 2018
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Genesis previews world-first 3D digital instrument display

Genesis has unveiled the world's first 3D digital instrument display, which is set to debut on the 2019 model year G70 sedan in its home market of Korea. The screen measures 12.3 inches across, and uses cameras to track the driver's eye movements. The use of stereoscopy gives the driver an illusion of depth, without the need for multiple screens or 3D glasses. Three different display modes will be offered, with users being able to choose between 'modern', 'space' or 'edge' themes.
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Chris Gething