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As the brand’s first dedicated electric car, the Genesis GV60 is a very good effort. It’s rapid in a straight line, cavernous for passengers and offers an interior that feels far more special than almost anything else out there. That said, the Kia EV6 will offer much of the same but for less money.
The trimSee full equipment
Exact specs have yet to be confirmed, but this entry-level version is expected to get full LED headlights, wireless phone-charging, a heated steering wheel, dual-zone climate control, cruise control, an electric tailgate and a 12.3in infotainment touchscreen.
The engineSee full engine specs
Unlike the other versions of the GV60, the entry-level 168kW Premium feeds all its 226bhp to the rear wheels, instead of all four. It gets the same 77.4kWh battery as the rest, giving it the best official range – 321 miles on a single charge. We’ve yet to give this version a try, but we suspect it will be the one to go for.
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