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Genesis G70 shooting break flies on Goodwood Hill Climb chased by drone

Genesis G70 Shooting Brake made its European debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​this week, and Genesis produced a one-take video up the hill to celebrate the event.

Taken using a 5-inch FPV drone piloted by Miles Mulvagh and Harry Clifton, the drone jumps through a window into the magnificent Egyptian dining room of the Goodwood House, where the Duke of Richmond enjoys tea. Then it pops out of the window again and looks like this: G70 shooting brake Climb the 1,890 meters (6,200 feet) Goodwood Hill Climb Course to reach speeds of up to 60 mph.

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As a finale, the drone jumps in G70 shooting brake Trunk through a hatch that opens automatically. The well-chosen shot was achieved with the help of former British F2 rally champion Gesin Jones, who was driving the car.

“We are excited to be here In Goodwood Today we are unveiling this crucial model of Genesis, the fifth car in the region, “said Dominique Bosch, Managing Director of Genesis Motors Europe. “The iconic British festival, watched by millions of people, is a great place to showcase bespoke products made for European customers.”

Based on the new Genesis G70, the shooting brakes add 40% more luggage space and a 40:20:40 foldable rear seat. Buyers can choose between 199 HP (201 PS / 148 kW) or 249 HP (252 PS / 185 kW) 2.0 liter turbo 4 with 2.2 liter diesel, Rumors suggest that you can’t get it The company’s 365 HP (370 PS / 272 kW) twin turbo 3.3 liter V6.

Sales of the G70 shooting brakes will begin later this year in Germany, the United Kingdom and Switzerland.Unfortunately, Americans aren’t imported into the US so they miss it.

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