An independent artist has decided to present his version of what the full-size Genesis G90 sedan could be in the 2023 model year. The render is based on previously published photos, with prototypes of the novelty.
Mercedes unveiled the new S-class, as well as its more luxurious version from Maybach, and Audi followed suit with the revamped A8 sedan and its luxury extended version called the Horch, destined for China. BMW is putting the finishing touches on the next 7 Series, so how is Hyundai’s premium division responding to the revamped German trio? By developing the new G90, of course.
We have seen many spy shots of the Genesis flagship model in final testing.
It is on their basis that the render from the Gotcha Cars team was created. The current version of the South Korean sedan has been on the market since 2015 and three years later underwent a rather serious facelift, making the G90 stand out in the segment of full-size high-quality sedans.
Thanks to the ultra-wide “Crest” radiator grille and two-level optics, the flagship model from South Korea will look much more unusual than its competitors from Germany. As you can see in the spy shots, the new G90 will have a rather massive clamshell hood and two radar sensors on either side of the lower air intake. In addition, prototypes were captured flush with the door handles with prominent chrome trim, as well as twin exhaust tips carried over from the current model.
We expect the next generation model to be longer, as test sedan prototypes had a more spacious cabin with a piece of fixed glass installed at the rear of the rear doors, which you won’t find on the current G90. Speaking of size, we’re curious to know if Genesis will expand its largest sedan to create a limousine that measures an impressive 5.48 meters in length in the current iteration.
The next G90 is believed to lose its 5.0-liter supercharged V8 and get a 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 as the main engine, as well as an all-electric engine.
We also recommend that you watch a detailed test drive of the Genesis GV80 from the FineAuto team: