Genesis Electrified GV70 will be made in the U.S. starting next year: Report

Hyundai Motor Group has one of the most ambitious electrification offensive to date as it plans to introduce nearly two dozen battery-electric vehicles across its three brands. Its luxury division, Genesis, announced in Sept. that from 2025 onward, it will only launch EVs and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. The first two have already been revealed: […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Hyundai Motor Group will develop solid-state batteries with Factorial Energy

Hyundai Motor Group has announced that it has partnered with Factorial Energy to develop solid-state batteries for its future battery-electric vehicles. The joint development agreement, which includes strategic investment, will see the Korean giant’s brands integrate Factorial’s technology at the cell, module, and system levels. They will also perform vehicle-level integration and codevelop specifications for […]

by Stefan Ogbac
2022 Genesis GV60 has boost and drift modes

In the Genesis lineup, the lower the number in the vehicle’s name, the sportier it is. That means its first battery-electric vehicle, the GV60 promises to be the most fun to drive. Built on Hyundai Motor Group’s E-GMP platform, which was developed specifically for EVs, the 2022 Genesis GV60 is the third vehicle on that […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Genesis will launch only battery-electric and fuel cell vehicles from 2025

Genesis has announced that it will launch only electrified vehicles starting in 2025. It will focus specifically on battery-electric and hydrogen fuel cell powertrains with higher outputs and electrical systems that improve overall efficiency. The brand will also improve its battery technology to draw better performance and efficiency out of them. In total, Genesis will […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Is Hyundai Motor Group previewing a performance-focused FCV?

On Sept. 7, Hyundai Motor Group is hosting an online global forum called “Hydrogen Wave” where it plans to show off its future hydrogen fuel cell technologies. The date also falls on the International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies that was originally proposed by South Korea and ratified by the United Nations. This […]

by Stefan Ogbac
2022 Genesis GV60 revealed with quirky looks and blue interior

At last, the third vehicle on the Hyundai Motor Group’s E-GMP platform has finally broken cover. The 2022 Genesis GV60, the brand’s first dedicated battery-electric model, has arrived in a shockingly bright shade of yellow and design cues that conjure images of oddball French cars that may have inspired it. Billed as a sporty crossover, […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Spied: Genesis testing GV60 EV with lots of production-ready bodywork

The third vehicle on Hyundai Motor Group’s E-GMP architecture has been caught testing looking quite close to production. Expected to slot below the GV70, the Genesis GV60, code-named JW, will be the brand’s first dedicated battery-electric vehicle. It’s closely related to the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6 but in typical Genesis fashion, it will […]

by Stefan Ogbac
2023 Genesis G90: Will it become an electric flagship luxury sedan?

Hyundai Motor Group has pledged to introduce up to two dozen battery-electric vehicles globally by 2025. Its luxury division, Genesis, has several models included in that mix. Beyond the upcoming GV60, Electrified G80, and Electrified GV70, the upstart luxury brand has an EV erosion of virtually all of its models. The next one is poised […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Genesis Electrified GV70 to Launch in 2022

This year marked the start of Genesis’ battery-electric vehicle offensive when it launched the Electrified G80 at the 2021 Shanghai auto show. The brand will continue launching more EVs through 2022 because two more are scheduled for debut: the GV70 EV and the GV60. Genesis will show the GV60 first, which is marked as CUV […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Genesis Electrified G80, the brand’s first dedicated EV, will eventually make it to North America

The first battery-electric vehicle from Genesis has arrived and it’s the G80 sedan. Called the Electrified G80, you can distinguish it from its gas-powered siblings via the reworked lower front fascia, lack of exhaust outlets, and closed grille, which also houses the car’s charging port. The all-electric G80 also gets 19-inch wheels as standard. Recycled […]

by Stefan Ogbac