South Korea’s Hyundai Motor to launch upgraded GV80 SUV and Genesis’ 1st coupe next month
The Genesis GV80 Coupe: A Game Changer in the Hybrid Field
Unveiled in an exhibition event last April at Genesis House New York, a new show-stopper entered the automotive world – the GV80 Coupe Concept. Bearing inspiration from the renowned X Speedium Coupe Concept, the GV80 Coupe brings together the all-terrain capability of a pioneering lifestyle-oriented SUV with the stylish dynamism of a sports car.
Aiming for a Future With Emotional and Performance-Oriented Models
An achievement for the creators behind the Genesis brand, owned by Hyundai, the four-passenger GV80 Coupe SUV is not merely another vehicle in their fleet. This new addition stands as a testament to the company’s dedication to progressive evolution, alluding to an expanded focus on performance-oriented and emotionally compelling models designed to revolutionize the driving experience.
“The GV80 Coupe model adds a new facet to the Genesis brand. Highlighting the dynamic and emotional exterior silhouette of a sports car, complemented with a progressive interior that embodies Genesis’s proprietary ‘Beauty of White Space’ philosophy,” stated a representative of the company.
Unveiling the Future: Launch Dates and Price Information Awaited
Enthusiasts need not wait much longer as Hyundai is all set to initiate the sale of these two ground-breaking models in the local market staring on Oct. 11. However, specifics regarding the cost and additional details of these new models remain under wraps, only adding to the anticipation.
Ambitious Targets: A Comprehensive Hydrogen and Battery Lineup by 2030
Hyundai has always been known for its ambitious objectives in the automobile industry. The renowned manufacturer of Sonata sedans and Santa Fe SUVs is venturing further into this modern era with a target to complete the Genesis lineup with eight hydrogen and battery models by the year 2030. Their aspiration doesn’t end there; the brand aims to reach annual sales of 400,000 units in global markets.
As of now, the Genesis lineup boasts the GV80 and GV70 SUVs, in addition to the G90, G80, electrified G80, and G70 sedans. As Hyundai leaps forward into the landscape of hybrid and eco-friendly vehicles, the division seems poised to redefine the boundaries of vehicle performance and efficiency in the years to come.
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