These illustrations may give away the yet-to-be-revealed Genesis GV70 medium SUV ahead of its Australian launch in 2021.
A prominent yet familiar front-end includes a large mesh grille and a unique headlight signature, while the side profile is reminiscent of a large wagon.
Notably, the GV70 renderings feature an extra window on each side, giving the vehicle a point of difference in the ever-growing mid-size SUV market.
At the rear, the illustrations show large oval-shaped exhaust outlets, simplistic LED tail-lights and a matte black roof spoiler.
It is believed that the Genesis GV70 will be based on the G70 mid-size sedan, which is currently on sale in Australia from $59,300 plus on-road costs for the base variant, and up to $79,950 for the range topper.
Four-cylinder units deliver 179kW and 353Nm, and V6-powered examples output 272kW/510Nm.
All G70 variants utilise an eight-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel-drive, and have been awarded a five-star safety rating thanks to a strong suite of standard equipment like AEB and seven airbags.
It is likely that the Genesis GV70 medium SUV will hit showrooms with similar spec offerings as its sedan sibling.
Genesis Australia has sold 82 vehicles since the start of 2019, split evenly between its G70 (45 units) and G80 limousine (37 units).
Article Source: Cars Guide MagazineOctober 29, 2019 9:06 am