As of now, all Hyundai dealers will be permitted to sell G80, but not G90. Part of rationale is that it would be unfair to take the top line (and most profitable vehicle) from Hyundai dealers without there being some kind of replacement. Another factor is that there are very few people who want to open a totally separate Genesis dealership for two models or even 3-5 in the near term. Just not feasible financially. Would also mean huge mark-ups for the purchasers and for service. It's a business, not a hobby.
My situation is that I have to drive past two Hyundai dealerships for a total of 60 miles one way to get to the Genesis dealership, co-located with his established Hyundai dealership. While they will come and get the car, leave a loaner, etc., it also means some low paid employee will be driving my "baby" at breakneck speeds 120 miles. After three years, this service disappears so I have to drive 120 miles and no loaner.
I contacted Genesis and they are developing a plan for Genesis service being available in more places (whatever that means).
For me, I could care less about the waiting room, WiFi, fancy coffee, big screen TV, etc.