2022 Genesis GV70 Review

2022 Genesis GV70 Want a car that’s worth the wait? Enter the 2022 Genesis GV70. With athletic elegance fit for your Milford, Manchester, and Middletown, Connecticut, lifestyle, every feature blends together to create harmony while you drive. Key Cars presents this desirable and alluring vehicle that you’ll be eager to see in person.

Driver-Centric Cabin

Genesis GV70 Driver-Centric CabinThe driver-centric cabin puts you in a position for a thrilling drive. You’ll sit in a throne fashioned from one of three available leather upholsteries like Nappa leather with suede or quilting. Front seats come with heat and can be equipped with ventilation. In the back, you can add heated rear seats.

Inside the available panoramic sunroof shines a light on the space you’ll inhabit. The chart below shows you the dimensions you can expect.

Dimensions Front Seat Rear Seat
Headroom 39.6 inches 39.1 inches
Legroom 41.3 inches 37.2 inches

For storing your prized possessions, the trunk provides 28.9 cubic feet of space that can be expanded to 56.9 cubic feet.

Cutting-Edge Technology

A band of glowing light greets you after using the available Genesis Digital Key to enter the Genesis GV70. The band begins with an upgraded 12.3-inch 3D Digital Gauge Cluster that displays your speed and other vehicle operations. It continues with the segment-leading 14.5-inch HD screen that includes Connected Routing, your specialized navigation tool.

Use your fingerprint to unlock your personal profile with the Fingerprint Authentic System. This cutting-edge device lets you use your distinct fingerprint to access your profile and turn on the Valet mode without entering your PIN.

Other convenient factors include the available Head-Up Display, which offers a quick review of your car’s operations in your line of sight on the windshield. Wireless charging comes standard, so that when you exit the car, your smartphone will be charged and ready.

Safety Sensors and Parking Prowess

Genesis GV70 Parking SafetySafety sensors play an important part in keeping you and your passengers safe aboard the Genesis GV70. These enable all the safety systems to work in preventing accidents, warning you of potential ones, and giving you greater visibility. Forward Collision-Avoidance Assist with Lane Change Oncoming and Junction Turning will guard the front while Rear Cross-Traffic Collision-Avoidance Assist stands sentry around the back.

Breezily park in a challenging space with the help of Parking Collision-Avoidance Assist-Reverse. If you prefer to stand aside while your car parks, use your key fob with the optional Remote Smart Parking Assist to let your car expertly maneuver into or out of a space.

To check on your car while you’re at an event or sitting in your office, the Remote Image Capture optional device works in tandem with the available Surround View Monitor. With your smartphone in hand, you’ll see that your car is safe and sound.

Class-Leading Performance

Under the Genesis hood, one of two engines can be found. With the standard 2.5L turbocharged inline-4-cylinder engine, you’ll achieve an EPA-estimated 22 city/28 highway MPG.* For class-leading power, the 3.5L twin-turbo V6 engine produces 375 horsepower paired with 391 lb-ft of torque.

An 8-speed automatic transmission and AWD with Terrain Mode Select accompanies both engines. The Drive Mode Control system supplies you with Eco, Comfort, Custom, Sport, and Sport+ to customize each drive you take.

Wait No Longer for the 2022 Genesis GV70

What are you waiting for? Start your engines for a look at the 2022 Genesis GV70 SUV. It blends athleticism with grace to bring harmony to all your Milford, Manchester, and Middletown, CT, forays. Arrange a test drive at Key Cars to see this beauty in action.

 

 

* All figures are EPA estimates. For comparison only. Your actual mileage will vary with options, driving conditions, driving habits and vehicle’s condition.

 

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