Buying an electric car opens up a whole new world of facts and figures to learn and compare. To help you, we’ve created this handy data card that gives you all the crucial pieces of the EV puzzle.
the Genesis GV60 is a battery-electric small luxury SUV that comes in two different flavors – either all-wheel drive as standard or AWD Performance that ups the sporting stakes. It shares the ubiquitous EV E-GMP platform with the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6 twins, raising the bar in terms of interior design and finish, as well as nicer materials.
The two-variant range makes the start $103,700 (before road costs) for the GV60 AWD and jump to $110,700 (before road costs) for the GV60 AWD Performance.
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2023 Genesis GV60 data table
|model||Genesis GV60 all wheel drive||Genesis GV60 AWD performance|
|format||Dual engine, four-wheel drive||Dual engine, four-wheel drive|
|power||234kW||320kW (360kW in “boost mode”)|
|torque||605 Nm||605 Nm (700 Nm “boost mode”)|
|Maximum loading speed||350 kW direct current||350 kW direct current|
|plug type||Type 2 AC / CCS2 DC||Type 2 AC / CCS2 DC|
Approximate load times: 10-80 percent
(up to 2.4kW)
(up to 11kW)
(up to 50kW direct current)
|2023 Genesis GV60 (all variations)||77.4kWh||25 hours 50 minutes||7 hours 20 minutes||75 mins||18 mins
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