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2023 Genesis G80 Electric Review

Vehicle type: It is a medium-sized, 5-seat, 4-door all-electric luxury sedan.

Price range: $80,950, including destination charges, but before any options or potential incentives.

Power train: The front and rear electric motors combine to produce 365 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque.

Power comes from an 87.2 kWh battery, and dual motors make all Genesis Electrified G80s all-wheel drive.

New for 2023

The Genesis Electrified G80 is based on the completely redesigned Genesis G80 for model year 2021, but is all new for model year 2023.

How are you?

  • Excellent standard, luxury and value
  • Low starting price for the segment
  • Class-leading warranty, startup with scheduled maintenance
  • standard all wheel drive

What’s wrong?

  • Designed around internal combustion engine architecture, compromises are required
  • Limited cargo and passenger space.not candid
  • Lag regenerative braking
  • Sunroof or glass roof not available

would you like to buy? Consider one.

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The Genesis Electrified G80 is for the buyer looking for understated electric luxury. It runs quietly in the city, so there is no squeal of electric cars. In fact, the normal he is so similar to the G80 that no one will notice that he is going green.

The Electrified G80 follows the Genesis recipe and offers many luxuries at a relatively low price compared to its competitors. Only one trim level is offered and loaded with it, but the barrier to entry is still pretty high.

Buyers in this segment have many choices and should consider alternatives alongside the Electrified G80. Valuable options include Audi E-tron GTBMW i7, Lucid Motors Air, Mercedes-Benz EQS and EQE, Porsche Taycanand Tesla Model S.

The Electrified G80 is an all-new model from Genesis, but shares many features with the non-electric version. The big change is obviously the electric drivetrain.because G80 It wasn’t designed as an electric car from the ground up, so some compromises have been made to accommodate the battery. It should be noted that the interior and storage space are down compared to normal. G80.

As the brand ramps up production, the Electrified G80 is only available in select states. Or in Washington you have to cross state lines or wait to buy.

Overall score: 4/5 stars

Driving Experience: 4/5 Stars


The Electrified G80 impresses with its quick acceleration, sprinting to 60mph in just over four seconds. It’s not the fastest in its class, but it’s fast enough in real driving situations.

The G80 is nimble and has cool, sporty handling. Enthusiastic drivers will not be disappointed. The electrified version doesn’t quite match the poise and excitement of his usual G80 Sport trim, but that’s to be expected given the car’s high curb weight.

Suspension tuning lags behind the competition when it comes to comfort, and the ride is less supple than most. The bumps and bumps in the road surface are noticeable and do not meet the standards of luxury cars of this level.

Standard 4-wheel steering facilitates low speed maneuvers in tight spaces.

Like most electric vehicles, the Electrified G80 has regenerative braking, slowing the vehicle when you release the accelerator. The system is adjustable through five modes of increasing braking via wheel-mounted paddles. Genesis’ system is less smooth than other systems with slower engagement. Even in one-pedal driving mode, the driver presses his brake pedal more often than other automakers.

Safety features: 4.5/5 stars


The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has given the Electrified G80 a Top Safety Pick+ designation.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has given the Genesis G80 a 5-point comprehensive crash test rating.

Standard safety technology includes blind-spot cameras, blind-spot collision avoidance, forward automatic emergency braking, parking collision avoidance, lane-keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, rear-occupant warning, and 360-degree cameras.

Genesis has put all of its advanced safety technology into the Electrified G80 and left nothing to add with optional packages.

The G80 Electric’s cabin has 10 airbags to ensure safety in the event of a crash.

Value: 4.5/5 Stars


The Electrified G80 has no additional packages or options. This means that all models are fully loaded.

Despite its long list of standard features, the Electrified G80 has one of the lowest MSRPs in its class. The sole trim is cheaper than the competition’s base-model electric sedans, but can compete well with mid- and high-end trims for much less money.

The 5-year/60,000-mile limited warranty and 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty are best-in-class and also include free maintenance for 3 years or 36,000 miles. I will.

The only paint color included is white, and opting for a flashy color like Matira Blue adds $575 to the price tag. A matte white paint job is available and costs $1500. Other accessories include a first aid kit ($45), rear bumper appliqué ($85) and wheel locks ($85). Here is a complete list of additional costs that may arise from the factory.

Technical features: 4.5/5 stars


As with safety features, Genesis holds back nothing in the form of options or packaging.Each Electrified G80 is packed with technology.

A 14.5-inch horizontal touchscreen infotainment system includes navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The system can be operated in multiple ways, in addition to touchscreens, steering wheel-mounted buttons, center console-mounted controllers, and voice commands that can control many aspects of the system.

The Genesis Digital Key enables keyless entry into the Electrified G80 and includes memory for various driver preferences.

The Smart Park feature allows you to park your vehicle forward or backward using the buttons on your key fob when you are outside your vehicle. This feature can be slightly steered or deactivated if an obstacle is detected. This feature may be useful for city dwellers with limited parking.

A standard Lexicon 21-speaker premium sound system ensures audiophiles will be pleased with the Electrified G80.

The 12.3-inch all-digital gauge cluster includes 3D visuals.

Utility: 3/5 Stars


The Electrified Genesis G80 can move 5 people from place to place in high-end electrified comfort. That means you can easily meet the basic criteria of your class.

Some models in this class have a trunk opening closer to the hatchback, which makes loading and unloading luggage easier.of G80 Access to smaller-than-average trunks is somewhat restricted.

There are drawbacks to retrofitting conventional gasoline vehicles for electrification, which are: G80Trunk space is two cubic feet less than the regular version, and the electrified G80 lacks the front trunk or flanks found on most electric sedans.

Styling and design: 4/5 stars


The interior styling of the Electrified G80 is sophisticated and ergonomic. The white and green color scheme may be too much for some buyers, but there’s an all-black interior available.

The Electrified G80’s front and rear seats are comfortable, and the cabin is remarkably quiet thanks to active noise cancellation and laminated windows.

A bold exterior design with Genesis’ trademark shield grille and split headlights and taillights. Just like the non-motorized version.

Genesis incorporated eco-friendly materials into the interior, including a headliner and carpet made from recycled plastic, and forged wood trim made from birch offcuts and ends from furniture manufacturing.

The Electrified G80 has a higher floor than the internal combustion engine model, which means less headroom and no sunroof available to avoid further shrinking the cabin. The tallest buyers may have issues with the low roof.

Fuel economy: 3.5/5 stars

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The EPA puts the Electrified G80 at 282 miles. Most reviewers found the numbers accurate and easy to achieve.In terms of range, it lags far behind the segment leader, the Lucid Air Grand Touring, which can travel up to 516 miles without recharging, but costs around $140,000. G80 Exceeds the maximum range of Audi and Porsche competitors.

When connected to a 35 kW fast charger, the Electrified G80 can charge 10-80% battery in just over 20 minutes. A level 2 charge can take up to 7 hours to completely drain the battery. Buyers considering the Electrified G80 should budget to install a home charger and keep the battery full by plugging in whenever they are at home.

Charging can be difficult due to the awkward placement of the charging port. The port is in the grille, requiring you to lean forward and is difficult to connect to chargers designed for vehicles with side-mounted ports.

What does it cost me?


its the only prestige trimThe Genesis Electrified G80 is priced at $80,950, including destination charges. At over $80,000, it’s a steep entry price, but the Genesis packs a lot of luxury features, technology, and safety to match the price. All the options buyers expect from a modern luxury car are just a choice of interior and exterior colors and the addition of a few accessories. Describing all the features included below might sound a little redundant compared to the section above.

Standard exterior features include stylish 19-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, combination tail lights, power door closures, hands-free trunk opening and power folding mirrors. Power is supplied by front and rear 136 kW electric motors and offers AWD. The 87.2 kWh battery pack can charge up to the EPA-estimated 282 miles. A battery heater helps to avoid a drastic reduction in range in cold weather.

The interior features standard Nappa leather upholstery, matte forged wood trim, eco-friendly microfiber suede headliner, leatherette-wrapped dashboard and instrument panels, and eco-friendly carpets. The driver’s seat has his 16-step power adjustment, the passenger’s seat has his 12-step power adjustment, and both front seats are heated and ventilated. A heated steering wheel with electric tilt and telescopic adjustment makes finding the right position a breeze. Automatic 3-zone climate control, power rear sunshade and manual rear door sunshade keep the cabin comfortable and private. Active noise cancellation and laminated glass make for a virtually silent cabin.

Tech features included include a 14.5-inch touchscreen infotainment with navigation and Android Auto and AppleCar Play. Of course, AM, FM, SiriusXM satellite radio is also installed. Lexicon premium audio with 21 speakers including an under-seat subwoofer comes standard. Drivers can stay up-to-date via a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and head-up display. Genesis Digital Key gives you keyless access to your car, including memory settings for multiple users. A front wireless charger and cross-vehicle load charging make the Electrified G80 a high-capacity battery pack.

Safety features include 10 airbags, tire pressure monitoring, forward collision avoidance, land keeping assist, lane following assist, blind spot collision avoidance, blind spot camera, rear traffic collision avoidance, highway driving assist, adaptive cruise with stop and go Controls, Speed ​​Limit Assist, Driver Attention Warning, Auto High Beam, 360 Camera, Parking Distance Warning, Safe Exit Assist, and Rear Occupant Warning.

As mentioned above, the paid option is only paint color. White paint is included, premium paint is $575 and matte white is $1500. Three accessories are available for buyers who need to get the most out of their window stickers. $45 First Aid Kit, $85 Protective Rear Bumper Appliqué, $85 Wheel Lock.

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