Genesis unveiled the 2025 GV80 and GV80 Coupe for the U.S. market today at the Los Angeles Auto Show, showcasing both the refreshed SUV and its new coupe variant for the first time on American soil. While the specifications had been previously disclosed, this event marked the debut of the U.S. versions, offering enthusiasts a closer look at what to expect. Despite the anticipation, Genesis has kept final specs and pricing under wraps until the coming year. In the meantime, the unveiling was accompanied by a visual treat in the form of revealing photos.
One of the highlights of the updated GV80 SUV is its interior, featuring a striking 27-inch OLED infotainment display. The three-spoke steering wheel replaces the crossbar wheel found in the current model, adding a touch of modernity. A notable design feature is the “waterfall” console that descends from the touchscreen and HVAC controls onto the redesigned console. Enhancements also include a new wireless device charging pad, providing better visibility for the phone and creating space for larger cupholders.
The GV80 Coupe, with its distinctively truncated exterior, boasts unique interior elements not offered in the SUV. These include exclusive colors and materials, further differentiating the coupe’s interior from its SUV counterpart.
Under the hood, Genesis has confirmed two powertrain options for the U.S.-bound GV80 SUV: a 2.5-liter turbo-four generating 300 horsepower and a more robust 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 delivering 375 horsepower. The Coupe will also offer two engine choices, with the standard being the aforementioned V6. The range-topping variant of the Coupe will feature a version of the same gas motor paired with an electrified supercharger, resulting in an impressive 409 horsepower.
Genesis has set the sales launch for the 2025 GV80 SUV and Coupe in 2024, with the promise of releasing final details, including pricing, closer to the official launch date. Car enthusiasts and potential buyers can look forward to a blend of performance, technology, and distinctive design when these models hit the market.