The 2020 Genesis G90 made its North American debut at the Montreal auto show today, and previews a new design language for the brand that will make its way onto other models.
The design has been radically changed from the previous generation, and now features a lot more muscular features to go with the grown-up technology.
The headlights are now a quad-lamp design, and an extended hood creates an aggressive brow; the new pentagon grille adds to the effect.
Powering the big sedan are a choice of two engines: in Canada, the G90 will be available as a single fully-equipped package with a 5.0-litre 420-horsepower V8 as standard kit.
Genesis’ venerable 3.3-litre twin-turbocharged V6, which makes 365 horsepower and 376 lb-ft of torque, will be a special-order item only.
The interior remains almost the same, but materials have been updated to be more luxurious. Apple Carplay and Android Auto connectivity are now available on Genesis’ updated Graphic User Interface.
A host of safety features are present in the new G90, including 10 airbags, Lane Follow Assist, Highway Moitruongvietnam Assist, Blind-Spot View Monitor, Rear Cross-Traffic Collision Avoidance-Assist, Forward Collision Avoidance-Assist and Safe Exit Assist, which can chime if there is an object approaching the doors.
Pricing and availability for the 2020 Genesis G90 will be available at a later date.