For 2024, the Genesis GV60 gains 16 miles of range, bringing its EPA estimate up to 264 miles.
The increased range comes courtesy of newly standard 19-inch wheels; the previously standard 20-inchers are now optional.
Along with a better range rating, the GV60's base price has jumped $1330, with the Advanced trim now starting at $61,745.
The 2024 Genesis GV60 enters its second model year with an additional 16 miles of estimated range. That brings its peak EPA-rated figure to 264 miles, up from last year's 248-mile max, as reported by InsideEVs.
Better Range, Higher Price
The GV60's extended range can be attributed to the introduction of newly standard 19-inch wheels. Previously, the quirky electric SUV rode on standard 20-inch wheels. Those are now optional, and the Performance model still features 21-inchers that contribute to a lower EPA-range estimate of 235 miles.
Along with the smaller wheels and longer range, the 2024 model has a higher starting price. The base all-wheel-drive Advanced trim now opens at $61,745, making it $1330 more than last year's model. The Performance AWD trim jumps by the same rate, and it now starts at $70,745. Interestingly, the Advanced model equipped with 19-inch wheels is absent from the Genesis configurator. In fact, there's no option to select the smaller wheel size in the configurator at all.
Electrified GV70 Pricing
Genesis also published pricing for the larger 2024 Electrified GV70 SUV, which gets more expensive, but at a smaller rate. According to the configurator, the model's base Advanced trim level starts only $25 higher than the 2023 model, which was priced at $67,575. The more expensive Prestige trim goes up a bit more—$600 to be exact—with it now starting at $74,375.
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