The G80 Sedan from Genesis had brought upon an electrification that such a model hasn’t brought upon ever before. And already it’s looking pretty exclusive in the United States. Only Louisiana, Wisconsin, Texas, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Jersey, New Hampshire, New York, Utah, Virginia and Washington. When noting the 365-horsepower dual-motor engine, it comes with an all-wheel-drive. And therefore, Genesis is a very capable company to believe in when you’re looking for a great EV with a 365-horsepower dual motor that can produce an all-wheel-drive powertrain. Genesis is able to make the G80 Electrified hit 60 miles per hour in only 4/1 seconds. Of course, the vehicle can accelerate to about 282 miles with a full charge.
The G80 M3 platform has lightweight materials with refashioned steel pieces found in carbon fiber and aluminum. Notice how the 5047-pound Electrified G80 can continue being 552 pounds heavier and not even lose momentum. This is all thanks to the twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 with a 87.2 kilowatt hours battery beneath the floor. Also available, the dual-motor all-wheel-drive configuration generates an output of 365 horsepower and even 516 pound-feet of torque. It’s truly strong enough to speed quicker to 60 miles per hour by only 0.6 seconds. Granted, the 3.5T Sport is even faster than the Electrified G80 at 12/8 seconds surpassing at 106 miles per hour. The car itself will be a second fleeter as the acceleration goes from 30 to 50 for the 3.5T Sport moves at 2.1 seconds and the Electrified G80 speeds from 50 to 70 miles per hour at about 2.8 seconds respectively.
Genesis is on the verge of beginning an EV revolution.
When the fast-charger is involved, it’s all over. The car has been able to take in the amount of 350 kilowatt hours. Right after that, the battery allows for 22 minutes to charge from 10 to 80 percent. When Genesis is plugged into a Level 2 , the disintegration of the fuel would take about over seven hours. While the EPA range isn’t ready yet, the Genesis is inputting the work to show up with the WLTP. The electric model moves strongly right up to a higher roof with 0.2 inches higher, while the crest grille is embossed with diagonal lines. Meanwhile, the tailpipes are noticeably absent as the turbine-style wheels fit on a span of a 19-inch diameter. Additionally, the color of the vehicle is set at Matira Blue, comes in at Coruscant Turquoise, with Bora Bora’s Matira Beach. Right in the front, the diagonal grille pattern camouflages the charge port door.
Within the interior dimensions, the floor is raised for accommodations in order to allow the battery to fit in by reduced headroom with 0.8 inches up front while it’s adjusted by 1.5 inches in the back. Genesis states how the headroom constraints disallows the solar roof. But this rule doesn’t apply outside the United States. All the while, the rear legroom is shrunken by 2.8 inches and a dropped trunk space of about two cubic feet to 11 cubes.