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2020 GENESIS G80: A 4-WHEEL SEDAN TO OUTSTAND THE BMW 5-SERIES

24 Aug
posted: 24/08/2023

2020 GENESIS G80: A 4-WHEEL SEDAN TO OUTSTAND THE BMW 5-SERIES

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All of the changes that the 2020 Genesis G80 has undergone are designed to give the Korean model a competitive advantage against the Mercedes-Benz C-Class and BMW 5-Series. The sedan is equipped by default with all-wheel drive and automatic transmission. Complete with them, 3 fairly powerful turbocharged engines are immediately offered. Unlike competitors, the Genesis G80 immediately comes with a rich list of equipment, which includes a seven-speaker audio system, an 8-inch touchscreen and a wide range of security systems. For an extra charge, the Korean sedan gets premium acoustics with 17 speakers, several intelligent driver assistants, a 7-inch screen on the instrument panel and all-LED optics.

Specifications

Regularly, Genesis G80 is equipped with an 8-speed automatic transmission and permanent all-wheel drive with a multi-plate clutch. The basis of the car is independent multi-link suspension with anti-roll bars placed in a circle.

By default, the Korean sedan is equipped with a 2-liter turbocharged engine that produces up to 197 hp useful power and 353 N*m of torque. With such a technical part, the car picks up the first 100 km/h in 8.8 seconds, consuming about 9.2 liters of fuel. For a surcharge, a similar turbine unit is offered. But its maximum output has been increased to 245 hp at the same torque. Thanks to the increase in power, acceleration to 100 km/h now takes 8.6 seconds. The average fuel consumption remained unchanged.

The top version of the Genesis G80 has a 3.3-liter turbocharged engine. This motor develops about 370 hp useful power and 510 N*m of torque. Moreover, the Korean sedan is gaining 100 km/h in 6.2 seconds. The average fuel consumption indicator rises to 11.7 liters.

Design

The Genesis G80 looks somewhat reminiscent of its main competitor, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class. The Korean sedan is also distinguished by smooth body lines and a front part elongated due to the hood. Here, like the German model, there are rectangular headlights with LED filling and LED DRL strips. Obvious differences between the models can be traced in the fact that the hood is complemented by pronounced stampings, the radiator grille is larger, and the bumper is complemented by extended side vents with fog lights located below.

Also, the difference between the G80 and the C-Class comes to light on the side and especially on the rear of the body. At the stern, there is a noticeable spoiler that adorns the luggage compartment lid. Behind, it is worth noting the presence of lamps elongated from one edge and a large bumper with exhaust pipes spaced apart at the edges.

The interior of the Genesis G80 is exactly what buyers expect from premium sedans. Inside, there are expensive finishes, genuine leather, front seats with developed lateral support, well-thought-out ergonomics and modern equipment. Complementing the overall image, there is an extended center console with a transmission tunnel covered with metal.

The launch version of the Genesis G80 provides a multimedia complex consisting of an 8-inch touch screen monitor, control joystick, 6 speakers and a subwoofer. The Korean sedan has a dual-zone air conditioning system. Separate control units for this equipment are located opposite the rear seats. For an extra charge, premium acoustics with 14 or 17 speakers are available.

The standard security complex consists of:

  • seven airbags;
  • anti-lock braking system;
  • electronic stability control;
  • slip prevention systems;
  • parking radars located front and rear;
  • cruise control (adaptive is optional);
  • tire pressure monitoring sensors;
  • assistants during emergency braking and driving up the slope.

GBChoice Company can offer you one of these cars. See details here: https://gbchoice.com/buy-car/2020-genesis-g80

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