The GV60 Advanced comes well equipped with features including a panoramic sunroof, ventilated front seats, leather upholstery and a Bang & Olufsen audio system. The Advanced also marks the first use of Genesis’ new Face Connect system, which uses a camera to recognize the driver to unlock the car and activate preset seat and mirror positions.
Upgrading to the Performance doesn’t just net you a more potent powertrain — you also get upgraded leather, massaging front seats, heated rear seats, adaptive suspension dampers and smartphone-as-a-key functionality.
Inside the cabin and under the hood.
Underneath the admittedly distinct styling that nevertheless solidifies the GV60 as part of the Genesis family, the GV60 shares its platform with the duo from Hyundai and Kia. That means the GV60 is future-proofed, in a way, with a battery that can take advantage of the fastest 350-kW DC chargers on the market. Though those are rare today, as infrastructure continues to be built out, they will become more common. Genesis estimates you can take the battery from 10% to 80% capacity in as few as 18 minutes when connected to these lightning-fast chargers. The GV60 will also support vehicle-to-load charging, with a 220-volt input so you can supply power to small appliances, or even another EV in emergencies.