Introducing The Stunning 2021 Genesis G80
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The character line, in this case called the Parabolic Line, starts at the headlights and extends all the way to the rear, crossing all four doors in the process. This line, according to Genesis, is “counter-balanced by athletic ‘power lines'” that highlight both the fenders and standard 20-inch wheels. Also notice the chrome trim starting at the bottom of the front wheels and continues along the bottom of the doors, going all the way to the rear where it extends upwards, further “strengthening forward visual motion.” The sloping decklid is also a nice touch, though it’s not a fastback design like the Audi A7.
As we’ve also already seen, the interior design is quite striking thanks to the unique split steering wheel and thin air vents running the length of the dashboard. Genesis specifically points out traditional buttons have been kept to a minimum for both aesthetic and ease of functionality reasons. There’s also a heads-up display along with a 12.3-inch 3D driver’s gauge cluster capable of recognizing the driver’s eyes, and a 14.5-inch infotainment system with the Genesis Integration Controller software for systems like Genesis Quick Guide and Valet mode.
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