Genesis GV70 Electrified - Make way for all electric

 After the gasoline versions, Genesis reveals the electric version.

The days go by and new 100% electric models are emerging. After the presentation of the XPeng G9, it is the turn of Genesis to reveal its new zero emission car. Here is the Genesis GV70 Electrified. As the name suggests, this is the electric version of the Genesis GV70 that we have already tested on Motor1.com and therefore is based on the same platform.   Aesthetically, the GV70 Electrified is very similar to the internal combustion engine model. We will only notice its closed grille, the absence of an exhaust cannula and some visible alterations in particular on the front bumper.   This SUV has two electric motors and naturally sends its power to the four-wheel drive. However, when it is not necessary and for reasons of energy saving, the Genesis GV70 is able to evolve in two-wheel drive mode. When the driver needs all the power of the engines, the GV70 has a boost mode delivering a whopping 360 kW, or about 489 hp for 700 Nm of torque .   With such power, the Genesis GV70 Electrified can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 4.5 seconds , which is frankly not bad for a vehicle of this type; even if this performance is nothing spectacular in view of its power.   The manufacturer of the Hyundai group says that its model can withstand a charging power of up to 350 kW thanks to a power supply under 800 V. Concretely, the crossover can recharge its cells from 10 to 80% in less than 20 minutes . Once full, the battery offers a range of over 500 km according to the Chinese CLTC (China Light-Duty Vehicle Test Cycle). In fact, and in real conditions, the autonomy is lower.   Genesis has not gone into details on how to launch its battery-powered vehicle, however, it should arrive as early as next year and in North America initially. At this stage, we do not know if it will drive with us since the premium division of Hyundai has finally put its bags on the Old Continent.

The days go by and new 100% electric models are emerging. After the presentation of the XPeng G9, it is the turn of Genesis to reveal its new zero emission car. Here is the Genesis GV70 Electrified. As the name suggests, this is the electric version of the Genesis GV70 that we have already tested on Motor1.com and therefore is based on the same platform. 

Aesthetically, the GV70 Electrified is very similar to the internal combustion engine model. We will only notice its closed grille, the absence of an exhaust cannula and some visible alterations in particular on the front bumper. 

The days go by and new 100% electric models are emerging. After the presentation of the XPeng G9, it is the turn of Genesis to reveal its new zero emission car. Here is the Genesis GV70 Electrified. As the name suggests, this is the electric version of the Genesis GV70 that we have already tested on Motor1.com and therefore is based on the same platform.   Aesthetically, the GV70 Electrified is very similar to the internal combustion engine model. We will only notice its closed grille, the absence of an exhaust cannula and some visible alterations in particular on the front bumper.   This SUV has two electric motors and naturally sends its power to the four-wheel drive. However, when it is not necessary and for reasons of energy saving, the Genesis GV70 is able to evolve in two-wheel drive mode. When the driver needs all the power of the engines, the GV70 has a boost mode delivering a whopping 360 kW, or about 489 hp for 700 Nm of torque .   With such power, the Genesis GV70 Electrified can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 4.5 seconds , which is frankly not bad for a vehicle of this type; even if this performance is nothing spectacular in view of its power.   The manufacturer of the Hyundai group says that its model can withstand a charging power of up to 350 kW thanks to a power supply under 800 V. Concretely, the crossover can recharge its cells from 10 to 80% in less than 20 minutes . Once full, the battery offers a range of over 500 km according to the Chinese CLTC (China Light-Duty Vehicle Test Cycle). In fact, and in real conditions, the autonomy is lower.   Genesis has not gone into details on how to launch its battery-powered vehicle, however, it should arrive as early as next year and in North America initially. At this stage, we do not know if it will drive with us since the premium division of Hyundai has finally put its bags on the Old Continent.

This SUV has two electric motors and naturally sends its power to the four-wheel drive. However, when it is not necessary and for reasons of energy saving, the Genesis GV70 is able to evolve in two-wheel drive mode. When the driver needs all the power of the engines, the GV70 has a boost mode delivering a whopping 360 kW, or about 489 hp for 700 Nm of torque . 

With such power, the Genesis GV70 Electrified can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 4.5 seconds , which is frankly not bad for a vehicle of this type; even if this performance is nothing spectacular in view of its power. 

The days go by and new 100% electric models are emerging. After the presentation of the XPeng G9, it is the turn of Genesis to reveal its new zero emission car. Here is the Genesis GV70 Electrified. As the name suggests, this is the electric version of the Genesis GV70 that we have already tested on Motor1.com and therefore is based on the same platform.   Aesthetically, the GV70 Electrified is very similar to the internal combustion engine model. We will only notice its closed grille, the absence of an exhaust cannula and some visible alterations in particular on the front bumper.   This SUV has two electric motors and naturally sends its power to the four-wheel drive. However, when it is not necessary and for reasons of energy saving, the Genesis GV70 is able to evolve in two-wheel drive mode. When the driver needs all the power of the engines, the GV70 has a boost mode delivering a whopping 360 kW, or about 489 hp for 700 Nm of torque .   With such power, the Genesis GV70 Electrified can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in 4.5 seconds , which is frankly not bad for a vehicle of this type; even if this performance is nothing spectacular in view of its power.   The manufacturer of the Hyundai group says that its model can withstand a charging power of up to 350 kW thanks to a power supply under 800 V. Concretely, the crossover can recharge its cells from 10 to 80% in less than 20 minutes . Once full, the battery offers a range of over 500 km according to the Chinese CLTC (China Light-Duty Vehicle Test Cycle). In fact, and in real conditions, the autonomy is lower.   Genesis has not gone into details on how to launch its battery-powered vehicle, however, it should arrive as early as next year and in North America initially. At this stage, we do not know if it will drive with us since the premium division of Hyundai has finally put its bags on the Old Continent.

The manufacturer of the Hyundai group says that its model can withstand a charging power of up to 350 kW thanks to a power supply under 800 V. Concretely, the crossover can recharge its cells from 10 to 80% in less than 20 minutes . Once full, the battery offers a range of over 500 km according to the Chinese CLTC (China Light-Duty Vehicle Test Cycle). In fact, and in real conditions, the autonomy is lower. 

Genesis has not gone into details on how to launch its battery-powered vehicle, however, it should arrive as early as next year and in North America initially. At this stage, we do not know if it will drive with us since the premium division of Hyundai has finally put its bags on the Old Continent.

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