GV80 is the first SUV for the Genesis brand, based on rear-wheel-drive architecture unique to Genesis
Introduces world-first innovations in vehicle quietness, suspension tuning, ADAS and in-car connectivity
Available with a choice of 2.5-liter or 3.5-liter turbocharged engines
Other exciting and impressive features found in the all-new 2021 Genesis GV80 SUV are the Ergo Motion Driver’s Seat that contains seven air cells to reduce fatigue from long hours of driving. One-touch comfort control, adjustable from the front row, that allows for limousine-level relaxation in the second-row seats. Also, heated and ventilated seats are available in the first two rows.
GV80 also includes 10 standard airbags, including a center-mounted airbag between the front occupants to mitigate interior impact.
Innovation in Powertrain for Go-Anywhere Versatility
As an authentic Genesis, GV80 is based on a unique rear-wheel-drive platform; all-wheel drive is optional. Two turbocharged gasoline engines will be available for the North American market: a 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder, and a 3.5-liter V-6. All-wheel-drive models will be equipped with electronically controlled Limited Slip Differential at the rear axle. Full vehicle specifications will be announced at launch.
Electronically controlled suspension with road preview, another Genesis first, helps provide passengers with optimal ride comfort by recognizing information on the road ahead in advance via the front camera.
Advanced Safety Is Not an Option
Like each member of the Genesis lineup, GV80 provides an unmatched level of standard active and passive safety systems, as part of a brand-level engineering commitment to passenger security and comfort. GV80 features the following advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), including several world-first technologies:
Smart Cruise Control with (SCC-ML): A world first, SCC-ML advances the science and engineering behind smart cruise control. It is an artificial intelligence-based intelligent navigation technology that enables GV80 to independently learn the driving characteristics of its drivers and implement autonomous driving similar to that of human drivers.
Highway Driving Assist II (HDA II): This system helps assist the driver in a wider variety of situations than before, including lane change when the turn signal is used, and helping to merge in congested situations.
Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist (FCA): This system is able to help automatically bring GV80 to a stop, if there is a risk of collision with an approaching vehicle on the left or right side of the intersection. GV80 is also able to detect potential collision risks, if a pedestrian is in close proximity to the vehicle while in motion.
Blind-Spot Collision Avoidance Assist (BCA): BCA helps reduce the chance of potential impact with a moving vehicle, upon departing a parallel parking spot.
Rear Cross-traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist (RCCA): This system uses rear side radar to help detect and prevent impact with obstacles.
Driver Attention Alert Warning (DAW): This system monitors the driver’s attention when driving, by analyzing driving patterns and behaviors, including intermittent steering and unnatural deceleration, through vehicle signals, such as steering angle and steering torque and vehicle position in traffic lane. A forward-looking camera monitors the driver and generates pop-up messages and warning tones when fatigue or forward-looking neglect is determined.
GV80 leverages the Genesis brand-wide commitment to service and convenience with industry-leading remote technology. Smartphone-enabled technology also allows GV80 drivers to remotely check on their vehicle and its surroundings.
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