2019 Hyundai Genesis G80 3.3 T Sport Interior New
2019 Hyundai Genesis G80 3.3 T Sport Interior New


2019 Hyundai Genesis G80. Regular Genesis G80 offered a smooth and quiet ride, but handling and angular left a lot of space for improvements. It’s a great luxury sedan, but it’s not wrong to feel the need from time to time to drive the top adrenaline level as you take the quirky off-road in the countryside. This is a void that can be filled with a sport model so that Genesis can surround the story with Genesis G80 now. If not for the new sport model, all the changes will be only hidden. This way the offer is finished, for those looking for luxury but still affordable sedan, with the desire to sit in the well-equipped cabin while quietly gliding on the sidewalk, or for those looking for extra frills from the large limousine, with a dash of look Sports without spoiling the origins of the car. As Hyundai said it is just sticking to its story and while we watch as it continues to climb the ladder, do not forget Genesis G80 with consideration of the executive part.

Previously, the Genesis G80 was known as the Hyundai Genesis, but Korean cars have done a lot of new division distance, upgrading the experience of purchase and ownership of Lexus levels, if not higher. New 2019 Hyundai Genesis G80 Sport Access does not disable Genesis G80 assortment simplicity. The base V-6 model is still available in three trim-Genesis G80 3.8, Genesis G80 3.8 premium, and Genesis G80 3.8 eventually, while the 5.0-liter model continues as Genesis G80 5.0 in the end. At the same time, the 3.3-liter turbocharged sports car is essentially a V-6 powered piece, with all the same standard equipment on top of a stronger engine and unique character. Even with the new sports model, the Genesis G80 is still fully dedicated to its mission as luxury sedans. While there is express speed of both the V-8 and the double-turbo V-6, look elsewhere if driving dynamics are all you care about. 2019 Hyundai Genesis G80 Soft, quiet, and above all, comfortable.

Genesis G80 is still handsome, but has a new look in the new sports trim. New front and rear dividers, modified headlamps and small internal changes have been manufactured for 2019. These are minor modifications. The 2019 Hyundai Genesis G80 remains a handsome, classic-style luxury sedan that earns 8 out of 10 points on our design range. Now, there is some spice in the Genesis G80 range too. The Genesis G80 Sport wears a new front fascia and dye, adding beautiful brass accents to the LED display in the revised headlights. Copper is also shown in the perimeter of the grille, the middle caps on the 19-inch standard wheels, and through the cabin, where the copper tone stitching contrasts with the real carbon fiber trim.

As for the wider range, the front and rear changes of the Genesis hood leave the best bits of the car alone. The handsome network and stylish roof line continue to play together well, while the cabin keeps every bit as beautiful as before. We suspect that most customers will notice a set of hairdressing appliances or a revised information and entertainment system, although an optional electric shifter may attract some touches. The new unit is intuitive – rare Noids, and requires drivers to press forward to reverse and backward to push, while there is a prominent park button just before the shifter that does not require much reach. They also look fantastic, with top leather and an aluminum surround.

Pulsing softly and comfortably, the new 2019 Hyundai Genesis G80 Turbo beats the pace, but the V-6 is still the best choice around. With three engines now on display, the Genesis G80 lineup of feet is remarkably complete and comprehensive with something just about every good-looking buyer. The new 3-liter, 9-liter twin-turbocharged 9-liter torque engine fits well with the engine’s lineup, while the soft and luxurious steering of each luxury sedan comes at affordable prices. New 8-speed automatic transmission? Quick and smooth, not like a luxury car gearbox should be. For this reason, we rate 2019 Hyundai Genesis G80 as 8 out of 10 on our performance range.

Genesis are transported on both a 3.8-liter V-6 base and an optional 5.0-liter V-8. Power outputs remain as they are in 2018-311 hp and 293 lb-ft of torque in the base model and 420 hp and 383 lb-ft in the 5.0-liter model. The new V-6, a 3.3-liter engine, is good for 365 hp and 376 lb-ft of torque. All three engines work together with a new 8-speed automatic transmission and are available with a four-wheel drive. We continue to support the V-6 base as the preferred engine, due to its lightweight braking and handling sweetness. Yes, we make this statement even with the addition of sport model. The dual twin genesis is certainly the fastest in a straight line and gets a constant damping control system, but it is only slightly lighter than the V-8 5.0-liter, which is nearly 200 pounds heavier than the V-6 base.

Net performance 3.3 liters is impressive. With peak torque spread from 1300 to 4,500 rpm, Genesis G80 sports are always ready to get up and go. The throttle response is impressive and there is very little turbo lag. It is easy to forget this is a turbo engine. Regardless of the engine, the Genesis G80 touch card is a relaxing, luxurious, insulated ride. It can eliminate large and small defects, although the soft suspension tends to drastically bend and lacks precision handling, even with constant level damping control. Driving, a luxury car light still manages to be accurate, even if it is very light on feedback. This makes the 2019 Hyundai Genesis G80 a major option for comfortable, comfortable, cruise, and if you go with the sport, a point and splash dose of torque leads to impressive speed.

The 2019 Hyundai Genesis G80 prices start at $42,745 (including a mandatory $975 destination fee) for the 3.8 rear engine and stretch to $60,475 for the V-8, all at the end 5.0 rebate. Genesis G80 New Sport Available For $56,225.

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