Genesis knows that potential buyers won’t spring for a luxury sedan with a starting price of $54,550 if it doesn’t have a laundry list of features.
That’s why the G80 works hard to tempt you with its good looks, comfort, conveniences and a 10-year, 100,000-mile powertrain warranty.
Delivering human-focused innovation, the G80 comes with plenty of technology designed to make life easier.
There’s Auto Hold
, a feature will keep the car from moving after it comes to a complete stop in D, R, or N. Once throttle is applied, the brakes will be released. It also comes with an innovative hands-free trunk
that will automatically pops the lid open if it detects the smart key nearby for more than three seconds.
Inside the cabin is a Head-Up Display system
with adjustable brightness, allowing drivers to stay focused on the road instead of the infotainment screen. Projected onto the front windscreen are key driving information including speed, cruise-control status, navigation, blind-spot monitoring, lane departure and forward collision warnings.
says the G80 lags behind in power and performance compared to rivals like the Cadillac CTS, Mercedes E-Class and BMW 5-Series. But those vehicles costs more and the G80 comes with three refined engine options: a 5.0-liter V8, 3.8-liter V6 and a 3.3-liter twin-turbocharged V6.