Genesis reveals U.S. pricing for enhanced 2022 G80

Genesis reveals U.S. pricing for enhanced 2022 G80

Starting from $48,000, the company says the G80 is sold with a comprehensive suite of ownership benefits.

Genesis Motor America has announced pricing for the 2022 Genesis G80 lineup, including new 3.5T AWD Sport trims. Starting from $48,000, the company says the G80 is sold with a comprehensive suite of ownership benefits including complimentary scheduled maintenance with service valet, Genesis connected services, map updates and more, all for three years or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first. Customers will be able to reserve their 2022 G80 later this month. The MSRP on the 3.5T AWD Sport trim is $63,450.

Building on the popular G80’s foundation of bold design and innovative features, Genesis says the new G80 3.5T AWD Sport trims add dynamic design elements to the G80 lineup by offering more athletic exterior and interior design features. Several unique design features set G80 3.5T AWD Sport trims apart, including the vehicle’s front fascia with a grille in dark glossy chrome, and a three-dimensional wing-shaped front bumper.

A profile reveals dark glossy chrome applied to all side moldings. G80 3.5T AWD Sport trims come with exclusive 19-in. or 20-in. sport alloy wheels. G80 3.5T AWD Sport trims also feature a new, exclusive new color, “cavendish red.” The name is inspired by a cliffside township on the northeast of Prince Edward Island in Canada, while the color was drawn from the area’s famous red sand, the company says.

Inside, G80 3.5T AWD Sport trims receive the Sport model-specific three-spoke steering wheel, while the dashboard garnish comes in two different designs – standard sport aluminum and optional real carbon fiber. Customers will also be able to choose new Sport-exclusive seat quilting designs based on their choice of a diamond or V pattern. G80 3.5T AWD Sport Prestige trims also include rear-wheel steering, a first in the Genesis lineup, and a sport-tuned electronically controlled suspension

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