Yesterday, Genesis held a brand vision conference, and its Genesis GV60 model also officially debuted.
As the first model built by Genesis based on the E-GMP pure electric platform, the GV60 is positioned as a pure electric medium-sized SUV. While continuing the family-style design language, it also shows a stronger sense of technology. In addition to the GV60, the Genesis pure electric sedan G80 and pure electric SUV GV70 (non-E-GMP) were also unveiled.
Genesis also announced that all new models will be fully electric starting in 2025. By 2030, Genesis will achieve 100% zero emissions. By 2035, Genesis will achieve the brand’s net-zero carbon footprint.
The new car adopts a new design language in appearance, equipped with split headlights and a closed-air intake grille. The side of the body adopts a slip-back design and uses a hidden door handle.
The rear of the car also uses split taillights and is also equipped with a spoiler. The length, width and height are 4515/1890/1580mm respectively, and the wheelbase is 2900mm.
In terms of interior, the new car follows the design language of Genesis, with a dual-screen design, a double-spoke steering wheel and a crystal ball shift mechanism. It is worth mentioning that when the vehicle is started, the crystal ball will move with it. Such a function is rare in other new energy vehicles.
The new car currently offers three different power versions overseas, including:
● Standard Model RWD (standard rear-drive version), single-motor rear-drive, power 168 kW, torque 350 N·m, cruising range of 451 kilometers under a certain standard.
● Standard Model AWD (standard four-wheel drive version), dual-motor four-wheel drive, front motor power 74 kW, rear motor power 160 kW, total system power 234 kW, torque 605 Nm, cruising range under WLTP and EPA conditions respectively 470km and 400km.
● Performance Model AWD (high-performance four-wheel drive version), dual-motor four-wheel drive, the front and rear motor power are 160 kW, the total system power is 320 kW, the torque is 605 N·m, and the WLTP and EPA range is 466 and 378 kilometers. It is worth mentioning that in the “BOOST” boost mode, the total system power can reach 360 kW and the torque is 700 Nm.