If you’re one of the thousands of people eager to snap up one of the new Genesis GV60 crossovers, your time is now. Genesis has opened up the order books, despite “Extremely Limited Availability” for the new electric car.
It’s not set to reach US showrooms until summer, but the all-new 2023 Genesis GV60 is now— officially— eligible for pre-order. There won’t be too many of the ultra-exclusive EVs to go around, though, and reserving your spot in line will take a (refundable) deposit of $500. That deposit gets subtracted from the final price of your GV60, which you can configure using the Genesis Priority One online ordering system (assuming you’re in California, Connecticut, New Jersey, or New York, with more markets to follow).
The Genesis GV60 is the third vehicle to be launched on the E-GMP platform developed by Hyundai, after the Ioniq 5 and an Electrify News favorite, the Kia EV6. The GV60 is built to be the most luxurious of the three, and is expected to cost somewhere between $55,000 and $70,000 (US), depending on how you spec it out.
Speaking of specs, Genesis will offer the GV60 in three configurations. The “base” rear-wheel drive model with 225 hp, a mid-tier 315 hp version with all-wheel drive, and a 429 hp high-performance model that is sure to out-pull anything this side of an 8.0 liter Dodge Viper from a standstill.
All three of the expected GV60 variants will draw power from the same 77.4 kWh Hyundai battery pack, with the longest range rear-wheel drive model expected to deliver with an estimated 280 miles of range on a single charge, along with 0-80% fast charging capability in well under 30 min.
You can check out more photos of this eagerly-anticipated EV from Genesis, below, then let us know if you’re putting in a deposit in the comments section at the bottom of the page.
2023 Genesis GV60
SOURCE | IMAGES: GENESIS.
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