Design of 2023 Genesis GV90
Genesis Electrified G80 and Genesis GV60 are the only models with the signature Two Lines design element on the sides, compared with all future models shown in the teaser. Genesis acknowledged how this design element makes models instantly recognizable and will play an ever-growing role in future launches with the announcement of the GV60. Probably related to the Hyundai Ioniq 7 and Kia EV9 is the large SUV on the extreme right. As a three row seating version of the Genesis, it will be called the Genesis GV90.
Two Lines Design
Continuing into the front doors, the Two Lines design of the headlamps appears on both sides on the same horizontal axis. In addition to flush door handles, the SUV’s smooth, simplistic bodywork adds to its poise. Its slender greenhouse and sharp beltline also add to its dynamic appeal. Tailgate is slightly slanted at the rear, and Twin Lamps will likely be thin, twin-lined, and in line with the rest of the design.
The GV90 was based on Hyundai’s Palisade body panels. The design details of the GV90 series production have not been revealed in this purported test mule. Also, testing of the engines and chassis appears to have begun, although production-body prototypes may not appear until the end of the year.
E-Active Sound Design is already available in the GV60, so the driver can feel acceleration, torque state, and vehicle speed more accurately. In response to the driving mode, acceleration input, and speed, virtual driving sounds are generated through the car’s speakers. This feature is particularly helpful for drivers unfamiliar with the responsiveness and quiet operation of EVs.
In addition to six first class VIP seats, the GV90 is likely to be offered with six VIP seats as an option. All occupants would be able to travel in utmost comfort and luxury with individual rear seats. The rear seat occupants would be pampered and relaxed on the move with its wide reclining seats, massage function, and entertainment options.
In addition to providing a more comfortable ride than the GV60 or GV70, the new tires on the GV90 are likely to do so at a lower cost. The flagship Genesis is likely to be equipped with Michelin tires.
Compared to the current tires, the new tires feature a higher proportion of eco-friendly materials about fifty percent of the total tire weight and a real-time tire monitoring system, making them safe for autonomous driving.
With the newly developed tires, vibration and noise should be reduced at high speeds, while ride comfort should improve significantly.
Home Appliances Customization
The Ioniq 7 is equipped with home appliances from LG Electronics, such as a steam closet and refrigerator. In addition to its advanced features, the GV90 should inherit these comfort and convenience features as a luxury model priced above the Ioniq 7.
The GV90 and other upper-class Genesis EVs could feature exclusive LG Electronics equipment.
Engine of Genesis GV 90
Hyundai’s Ioniq 7 and Kia’s EV9 may use the same motors and battery pack as the Genesis GV90. AWD and RWD variants of the Hyundai model are available, with the latter equipped with dual motors that generate 308 horsepower. It would be better, but not necessary if Genesis’s output figures were higher to match the expectations of premium SUV buyers.
There is a possibility that the top-end GV90 will be powered by a 100 kWh battery pack with a range of more than 300 miles. Kia expects the EV9’s range to be around 350 miles, and the GV90’s could be around 540 km.
The GV90’s battery pack may include new lithium-ion batteries with greater energy density than the current technology, either during launch or during the vehicle’s lifetime. By 2025, Hyundai plans to increase lithium-ion cell energy density to 700 Wh/L, followed by solid-state technology by 2027, according to its long-term EV strategy.
Authentication System of Genesis GV 90
With Face Connect, the GV90 can be unlocked and locked without a key, thanks to the brand’s face recognition system. The B-pillar will likely have an infrared camera for scanning the driver’s face. An integrated fingerprint reader may even be included in the vehicle’s start-stop button as a biometric authentication method.
A face-to-face connection makes it convenient to lock & unlock doors while holding items in both hands, such as shopping bags. Additionally, Face Connect can be linked to individual driver profiles. Once it is determined which of those whose driver profiles have been saved has unlocked the vehicle, the driver’s seat, steering wheel, side mirrors, and multimedia settings are automatically adjusted.
Infotainment System of Genesis GV 90
Nvidia drive is likely to be used to develop a new-generation infotainment system for the GV90. In addition to navigation, connectivity, audio, video, and AI-based connected car services, this platform includes a hardware and software stack.
It is the intention of Hyundai Motor Group to integrate the proprietary connected car systems of all its three brands into one system in the future. The company could launch a common connected car system for Hyundai’s BlueLink, Kia’s Kia Connect and Genesis’ Genesis Connected in the next few years instead of renewing these three above version. A specific release date for the new unified solution has not been set by the company.
Charging System of Genesis GV 90
In addition to being a mobile power source, the GV90 uses V2L technology to improve efficiency. Up to 3.6 kW of power will likely be available for charging external devices and other electric vehicles. It would also be possible for families traveling in the GV90 to use domestic appliances and electrical equipment during adventure trips. It is possible to use V2L functions even when the vehicle is off.
Wireless Vehicle Charging
In the GV60, Genesis will offer wireless charging for the first time on a car. The company may offer the technology even in the flagship GV90 if the compact model is successful and sees enough demand. South Korea has launched a wireless charging pilot program for the Genesis GV60.
Models including the GV90, which feature the same E-GMP architecture, would be eligible for this feature if it is successfully implemented.
Wireless Charging Benefits
Among EV buyers, 96 percent want wireless charging & almost half of new generation people own at least one electric vehicle, according to a survey of 1,053 adults. Public charging with the cord is frustrating to 40 percent of current EV owners. Additionally, wireless charging makes it very easy for people with mobility issues to charge in public places. Wireless charging is preferred by many customers over features such as premium audio, park assistance, and self-driving capabilities.
In addition to a multi-charging system, the Genesis GV90 should also support ultra-fast charging at 800V as well as fast charging at 400V. In less than 20 minutes, the full-size electric SUV could be charged from 5 to 80 percent with a maximum charging capacity of 250 to 350 kW.
All Electrify charging stations offer free 30 minute charging sessions for three years from the date of vehicle purchase for GV90 customers. A coast to coast charging network is offered by Genesis’ charging partner and it allows you to take advantage of 800 volt charging.
Release Date & Cost of 2023 Genesis GV90
In 2023, Genesis will begin serial production on the GV90 electric SUV. Concept versions could precede it, keeping potential customers engaged until 2023 or early 2024, when sales are set to launch. The GV90 will be offered by Genesis in the biggest market for the new model.
Related News of 2023 Genesis GV 90
Wireless Charging Station Installation
A wireless charging station will be installed at Genesis Gangnam, Genesis Suji, and Hyundai Motorstudio Goyang starting on January 2, 2022. The front section must be parked over the EV charging mat, similar to how a smart phone is docked for wireless charging.
A partnership between Genesis and WiTricity, an American EV charging expert, is being formed to develop the technology. It plans to install 75 wireless charging stations as a part of the pilot project to assess the quality of this technology and customer reactions before launching full-fledged commercialization after March 2023.
Tires MOU between HMG & Michelin
As well as making tires for the GV60 and Hyundai Ioniq 5, the company also makes tires for Kia’s EV6. A Memorandum of Understanding was signed by HMG and Michelin on June 20, 2022 for collaboration in R&D on next-generation electric vehicles.
It is planned that HMG and Michelin will study tire wear, tire load, and road friction beyond the current standards of tire temperature and air pressure.