First Look At 2021 Genesis G70 Interior
On the engine front, a Smartstream 2.5-liter four-pot and a bigger 3.5-liter six-pot, both featuring turbocharging, are expected to replace the current 2.0L and 3.3L options. The bigger of the two engines should generate about 380 horsepower, which nearly matches the 382-hp output of the mighty BMW M340i.
With a release anticipated in the first half of 2021, the changes sound significant enough to see the G70 properly challenge the Germans – if not on the sales charts, then on sheer ability alone. We’re hoping for an increase in interior quality, too, although it’s doubtful Genesis would have been able to remedy the slightly cramped rear seat since this won’t be an all-new model. Still, this is a sedan that should offer plenty of appeal for the price.
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