The 2021 edition of Genesis GV80 now has two turbocharged engines to allure the buyers who love to drive, and a firm but quiet ride to make the travelers happy, boasted the Camden luxury SUV dealer.
Though the GV80 do not claim tall for its level of performance, it did not shirk away from offering wide variants of powertrains that consists of two robust engines that are enough satisfy the drive thirst of most of the spirited drivers. The rear-wheel-drive SUV from Genesis now shares a platform with its sibling G80 which is a mid-size sedan, but it continues to carry its prodigious dimensions when it comes to road handling. Many users of the 2021 Genesis GV80 say, it is built for comfort, not for speed, but the moments of acceleration say it is near to one, while its handling prowess still impress a vast circle of buyers who were looking for a vehicle of this size.
Much like the G80 sedan, the 2021 GV80 SUV now comes with either a standard 300-hp making 2.5-liter turbo-4 engine that also makes 311 pound-feet of torque, or it will the available 375-hp making 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6 engine that is capable of making 391 lb-ft. Both the engines are paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission that works complying with several drive modes like the Comfort, Smart, Eco, Sport, and Custom modes. Irrespective of the powertrain it runs on, the 2021 Genesis GV80 models tweak impressive throttle response. Those who mostly drive with the Sport mode, experience a firm steering response and s tighter suspension that can smother down any road imperfections with high precision moves.
The twin-turbo V-6 engine among the two is quieter and more refined, while being more potent. If you drive the 2021 Genesis GV80 anything other than Sport mode at speed, it will glide the vehicle in a buttery smooth move, but minus the vigor.
Does the 2021 Genesis GV80 Offer a 4WD Configuration?
The 2021 Genesis GV80 comes standard with rear-wheel drive but it is available with all-wheel drive configuration as well. With the former setting it not only sends up to half the torque to the front wheels but also adds more creature comforts inside the cabin.
Every moment of acceleration with the 2021 Genesis GV80 is robust competing with its German rivals, where there is no shaking of the body weight when it needs to lean while taking turns. Even though Genesis does not claim its 22021 GV80 models to be a performance SUV, they can tilt to the firmer side, when is the sign of a true performance SUV.
The spokeless steering wheel houses an ovoid center pad while the big wheel adjusts perfectly with the drive modes. The drivers who are expecting an intimate connection with the road can find the best vehicle here, in the 2021 lineup of Genesis GV80, shared an experienced professional test driver at the showroom of the dealership of luxury SUV Camden.