The Genesis GV60 should be the car that makes Genesis make sense. Never mind nicely-designed saloons, estates and SUVs powered by soon-to-be-banned internal combustion engines, small executive EVs are a niche that’s not been filled. At least, not well.
Video: Genesis GV60 Review
So, the GV60 arrived with a set of 77.4kWh batteries, a range of around 300 miles and the potential – if you opt for the all-wheel-drive model – to hit 62mph in just four seconds. So its Taycan performance with Kia space. Problem is it also costs quite a lot more than the EV6 and Ioniq 5 while sharing the same platform. Can Genesis find enough of a difference in the GV60 to make it worth the uplift?
Read our full Genesis GV60 review here.
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