Genesis has gone and done something that Chrysler used to be known for doing. They went and put a concept car into production virtually unchanged. For 2024, the Genesis GV80 gets a coupe version that’s nearly identical to the concept shown earlier this year.
The GV80 Coupe’s introduction coincides with a refresh for the GV80 for 2024. So in addition to gaining the coupe styling of the concept, there’s a new front fascia with Genesis’ signature grille that’s been toned down a bit; it’s narrower but wider and gets a surround of chrome trim. There’s a new air intake below the grille along with a metal faux skid plate below that. Around back, things are more or less the same save for the regular GV80. The exhaust outlets have been removed and are now hidden under the rear bumper, a move that Genesis says, “elevates the GV80’s sophistication.”
The interiors of the GV80 have been refreshed as well with a design similar to the GV60 EV. That means a long 27-inch screen across the top of the dash and a rotary crystal shifter similar to the rounded one in the GV60. That’s in addition to all the usual tech and luxury features. No on-sale date or pricing has been released but we expect Genesis to share more details closer to when the 2024 GV80 gets its official launch.
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