MONTREAL, Quebec: Genesis Motors Canada recently unveiled the brand’s redesigned 2020 G90 flagship sedan in its North American debut during a press conference at the Montreal International Auto Show. The G90 incorporates new-car-level design changes on the exterior and interior, further enhancing its presence as the brand’s flagship sedan through an evolution of Genesis’ signature Athletic Elegance design language. The new “Quad Lamp” styling theme, featuring a prominent horizontal architecture, signals design cues to be seen on all future Genesis models. G90 is the ultimate expression of the Genesis brand,” said Luc Donckerwolke, Executive Vice President and Chief Design Officer of Hyundai Motor Group. “Before the first sketch was even drawn, my team of designers thought carefully about how to evolve its styling and
From improved interior surfaces to cutting-edge new comfort and safety technologies, the 2020 G90 further asserts its role as the flagship model of the Genesis brand.
Front and back, the styling of the redesigned G90 evolves the brand’s Athletic Elegance design language. In front, the signature Crest Grille is flanked by a new Quad Lamp styling theme that will become common across future Genesis models. In the rear, Quad Lamps symbolizing the wings of the Genesis logo wrap around from corner-to-corner. The lines of the vehicle flow elegantly from one end to the other through a crisp parabolic line and large LED side indicators embedded in the fenders.
The interior design is dominated by a harmonious flow of horizontal surfaces, including a parallel layout built around the air ventilation system and audio controls. Fine new details are found throughout the interior space, including quilted Nappa leather seating, new contrast piping on the leather-wrapped dashboard, additional leather wrapping on the centre console, higher-quality switchgear, and natural wood trim with an exposed grain texture.
In Canada, the G90 will be offered in a single fully-equipped package featuring the 420 horsepower 5.0L V8 engine and All-Wheel Drive, though the 365-horsepower 3.3L twin-turbo V6 engine remains available through special order. The Genesis Adaptive Control Suspension with electronic damping control smoothly and precisely manages body motions throughout the car’s dynamic range with minimal compromises to ride comfort.
In Canada, the G90 will be offered in a single fully-equipped package featuring the 420 horsepower 5.0L V8 engine and All-Wheel Drive, though the 365-horsepower 3.3L twin-turbo V6 engine remains available through special order. Pricing will be announced closer to the vehicle’s on-sale date this summer.