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He Genesis GV60 is a small battery-electric luxury SUV available in two distinct variants, either as a standard four-wheel-drive specification or the sporty-raising stakes AWD Performance. It shares the ubiquitous E-GMP electric vehicle platform with the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6 twins, while raising the bar in terms of interior fit and finish and nicer materials.
The range of two variants starts from $103,700 (before on-road costs) for the GV60 AWD and jumps to $110,700 (before on-road costs) for GV60 AWD Performance.
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2023 Genesis GV60: data table
|Model||Genesis GV60 AWD||Genesis GV60 AWD Performance|
|Format||Dual engine, all wheel drive||Dual engine, all wheel drive|
|Can||234kW||320kW (360kW in ‘Boost Mode’)|
|Torque||605Nm||605 Nm (700 Nm ‘Boost Mode’)|
|maximum charging speed||350kW DC||350kW DC|
|plug type||Type 2 AC / CCS2 DC||Type 2 AC / CCS2 DC|
Approximate charge times: 10-80 percent
(up to 2.4kW)
(up to 11kW)
(up to 50kW DC)
|2023 Genesis GV60 (all variants)||77.4kWh||25h 50min||7h 20min||75 minutes||18 minutes
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