The 2025 Genesis GV80 Coupe is bringing the fastback style to the popular Genesis crossover.
A revised interior with a 27-inch screen blends the media system with the instrument cluster.
The 2025 GV80 adds an electric supercharger to the turbocharged 3.5-liter V6, to make the powertrain more akin to the current G90 flagship sedan.
If you don’t like crossover coupes, there’s some bad news from Genesis. The popular trend among luxury crossovers is making its way to the similarly trendy Genesis GV80 in 2025. Genesis teased the GV80 Coupe as a track-inspired concept earlier this year and has finally pulled the curtain back on its production version.
Eloquently dubbed the Genesis GV80 Coupe, this new crossover takes advantage of the other updates heading to the 2025 Genesis GV80.
While the addition of a coupe crossover body is significant, it’s not the only big change for the 2025 GV80. Genesis is giving some love under the hood, with the 3.5-liter turbocharged engine from the current G90. This high-output V6 also has a 48-volt electric supercharger attached, which helps push the power to 409 hp and 405 lb-ft of torque in G90 trim.
The 2.5-liter turbocharged I4 is still available if you don’t need the extra power, and it currently sends 300 hp and 311 lb-ft through the standard eight-speed automatic transmission.
Joining the crossover coupe battle, the Genesis GV80 Coupe ditches the wild, track-focused accoutrement from the concept and walks a line closer toward normalcy.
Still, the GV80 Coupe sacrifices some cargo space to offer style-conscious customers a new shape, but likely without third-row seats. This model will give Genesis shoppers another option in a hotly contested luxury segment.
Making its way to both the GV80 and GV80 coupe is a refreshed interior. The new interior features a single, 27-inch screen that handles the instrumentation and the media system.
Unfortunately for those who like physical buttons, Genesis is moving the ’25 GV80’s climate control buttons to the touchscreen. The company is also offering six exclusive interior combinations for the GV80 Coupe, to help further separate it from the standard GV80.
There’s no word yet on the price, and we’re still waiting until later this year to see the US-spec version of the 2025 GV80 and GV80 Coupe. Though, the price probably won’t change too much from the current GV80’s $58,645 starting point.
However, with the addition of the 48-volt system for the V6-powered GV80, there might be a price bump on the higher optioned models.
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