Genesis has simply launched the 2023 GV80 in Australia, full with a collection of upgrades that ought to make it much more interesting to native consumers.
Essentially the most important improve made for 2023 is the supply of a revised tune for the Electrical Management Suspension (ECS) supplied on the three.0-liter diesel inline-six and three.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6. Genesis says this new tune has been designed to “higher handle physique management actions throughout sure highway speeds,” and make the GV80 really feel “a bit extra tied down.”
Elsewhere, the automaker has up to date the GV80’s Genesis Built-in Controller (GIC) that’s used to manage the infotainment show. The controller is not a concave dial and is as an alternative a raised dial comparable to what’s discovered within the smaller GV70. This controller additionally now contains a handwriting recognition perform that lets customers enter a navigation tackle by writing it on the central touchpad.
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4 distinct variants of the GV80 can be found to consumers Down Beneath.
Sitting on the base of the vary is the usual 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder mannequin priced from AU$92,200 ($65,462). This mannequin is rear-wheel drive and the engine muscular tissues out 224 kW (300 hp) and 422 Nm (311 lb-ft) of torque. It comes filled with options, though the one novelty for 2023 are rear brake caliper covers with a Genesis inscription.
Sitting above this mannequin within the vary is the Genesis GV80 2.5T AWD. Priced from AU$97,200 ($69,012), it clearly provides all-wheel drive and likewise comes with a Tire Mobility Equipment, 7-seats, a reversible cargo space mat, and handbook temperature management and air vents for the third row.
Subsequent within the GV80 household is the three.0D AWD with a 3.0-liter turbocharged diesel inline-six rated at 204 kW (273 hp) and 588 Nm (433 lb-ft). It additionally options Street Preview Digital Management Suspension, an electromechanical limited-slip differential, 22-inch alloy wheels, PTC electrical heater, and a hidden exhaust. It begins at AU$105,200 ($74,692).
Final however not least is the AU$109,700 ($77,887) GV80 3.5T AWD, full with the automaker’s flagship 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 with 279 kW (375 hp) and 530 Nm (391 lb-ft).
All fashions might be optioned with a AU$10,500 ($7,455) Luxurious Bundle, whereas the two.5T AWD, 3.0D AWD, and three.5T AWD are additionally out there with a AU$13,500 ($9,585)> six-seat luxurious bundle. The ultimate choice is AU$2,000 ($1,420) matte paint.