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The 2023 Genesis Electrified GV70 Review: An EV Leapfrog Into the Future

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Genesis, which isn’t making supercars yet, is one of the fastest brands when it comes to producing new vehicles. This brand from Hyundai, who didn’t even exist ten years ago, now makes sedan cars and SUVs with gasoline engines, along with a fully electric GV60.

Genesis wants to be the top choice for drivers, so they’ve put batteries in two of their best cars. The Electrified G80 sedan is a great option if you want a car that doesn’t need petrol, but if you want something bigger than the sedan, check out the new 2023 Genesis Electrified GV70 SUV coming this spring!

The GV70 is a car that competes with the Acura RDX and Alfa Romeo Stelvio, but if it has a special battery pack with electric motors at the front and back, it can go as far as 236 miles on one charge and can be recharged to 80% in only 20 minutes. It may not have the range or charging network of Tesla’s Model Y, but it surely beats it on other features!

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The Genesis GV70 Electrified looks really cool and has barely changed from when it was a car with cylinders to an electric one. It has a grille and slim LED headlights, plus the grille is specially designed with lines stamped in and a charge port cut out. It also looks more sculpted on the sides than the Model Y, which some people might like while others not so much. To add to the drama, it comes with body-colored skid plates and five-blade wheels.

The cabin inside the Genesis car looks super cool! It’s mostly the same and comes in a bright white colour. On top of that, there’s a 14.5-inch touchscreen, buttons and knobs on the side, leather or nappa seat covers with nice patterns, plus a headliner made from sueded fabric and trim made from matt metal. Wow – so stylish!

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Get Ready to Accelerate Your Life with the Electrified GV70

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The design didn’t need to be changed, but the 300-horsepower turbo engine and 375-horsepower V6 weren’t perfect options for a futuristic egg-like vehicle. To fix this problem, they took out those engines and their parts and put in a 1,063 pound 77.4 kilowatt-hour battery that gives power to two electric motors with 429 horsepower and 516 foot-pounds of torque. With them spinning rapidly but quietly, hitting the gas will give you a 0-60 mph time of about 4.5 seconds.

If someone wants to show off what their car can do, there’s a special button on the bottom of the steering wheel that can boost up the power and make it generate 483 horsepower in just 10 seconds – perfect for passing all those people who are driving too slowly.

Genesis is a brand of cars that don’t quite reach the same battery mileage as a Tesla. For example, when you fully charge its Electrified GV70 car’s battery, it only drives 236 miles – and even less (209 miles) if it has 20-inch wheels. When we took it for a 120-mile drive through Georgia hills, it used up 2.5 miles of energy per kwh. This is pretty good efficiency but much lower than ground-up models with bigger batteries which can use up to 3.0 miles/kwh or more.

Genesis’ charging solution is a bit tricky: it promises that if you charge your car at a properly outfitted station that has 250 kilowatt (kw) or more output, then the car will get up to 60 miles of range within just 5 minutes. To help their customers with this, Genesis is also providing 3 years of free charging in 30-minute intervals at Electrify America stations. Although many people visiting these stations have reported being able to get more than 200 kw outputs, some experts say the experienced slower charging rate and lack of proper maintenance for the equipment. This might cause problems for people using this service. At home, however, you can also charge your GV70 quickly on a 240-volt outlet which takes about 7 hours to fully recharge the car.

The GV70 car has an extra feature where you can connect electronic devices like laptops and small appliances to a special outlet in the back storage area.

Enjoy the Smooth Ride in Genesis’s Electric GV70 SUV!

We’ve had great experiences driving the GV70 with its two turbo engines, and now that it comes in an electric version, you’ll pretty much have the same great experience – just a few tiny changes.

The GV70 car has a special suspension system made up of struts and multi-links, along with adaptive damping that uses cameras to calculate the road ahead. It is fitted with middle ground Michelin Primacty tires, 265/45R20s both in front of and behind the car. The gas version has a more billowy ride while the Electrified GV70 model has a firmer feeling due to it being heavier by 1000 pounds which helps reduce any bumps on the ride. It’s equipped with light but responsive steering; however, whatever drive mode you choose should be done carefully.

I chose Sport mode for faster acceleration and Normal steering mode, which was light but not too heavy. With this setup, the electric SUV drove smoothly around corners like a glider, with precise steering. The body of the car feels sturdy because of the battery underneath it, but it doesn’t handle bumps on bad roads well – you can feel them inside the cabin.

The Genesis Electrified GV70 has special brakes that slow it down when you don’t even need to use the gas pedal. It’s very heavy though, weighing around 5,000 pounds! It can pull up to 3,500 pounds but I didn’t get to test if it could do that or how fast it will charge.

“Experience The Electric GV70

Inside the Electrified GV70 car, there’s not too much difference from its gas-powered model. However, I wish that in different driving modes, like Sport mode, this car would still be able to stay inflated on the bottom of the cushion bolsters. For electric vehicles, special sound damping and insulation has been added so that loud noises won’t be heard as often since it would normally be blocked out by engine and gear noise.

If you get a GV70, whether it’s electric or not, you’ll be able to use some cool safety features like auto-braking in emergencies, active lane control, adaptive cruise control, and blind spot monitors. Plus, you can choose more cool stuff to add on – like a blind spot camera which displays in the digital cluster and a surround view camera for really crystal clear images.

The car has a 14.5-inch touchscreen on the dashboard with buttons, a dial and even voice commands for operating it. All of these can take time to use, especially the dial which isn’t as simple compared to just touching the screen. The biggest issue here though is that Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are only available by connecting your phone with a cable.

Full-Throttle into the Future

The 2023 Genesis Electrified GV70 electric SUV from Hyundai’s Alabama plant costs at least $66,975. Even though it qualifies for the electric-car tax credit, not everyone can get the full $7,500 because the batteries were not made in the USA, Canada, or Mexico. Most likely you’ll only get a $3,750 tax credit when those new requirements come out.

The Electrified GV70 is a bit more expensive than the regular model, but it’s worth it because you get leather upholstery, bigger 20-inch wheels and a cool panoramic sunroof. It also comes with heated/cooled comfy front seats plus a convenient power tailgate. You can choose any of four daring colors: black, two grays, or silver all matched to either a dangerously dark interior or white if you’re feeling adventurous.

The Genesis EGV70 has a Prestige version that is more expensive – and comes with some really cool features, like a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, a microfiber suede headliner, nappa leather upholstery, a head-up display, heated second-row seats, a heated steering wheel and a Lexicon premium audio system. Buying one of these cars also means you get 5 years of warranty plus 3 years of free scheduled maintenance (including card concierge service and loaner vehicles!).

The Electrified GV70 is an experiment by Genesis. It was made at a factory in Alabama and it’s a sign of the future. By 2030, all the cars produced by Genesis will be electric instead of gas-powered, which means they’ll have completely changed their production in just nine years! That’s really fast and probably faster than some race cars!

Genesis gave us a hotel to stay in Atlanta – it has amazing connections to the internet, an impressive gym and places nearby where you can buy coffee. They must know what we like!

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