2023 Genesis GV60 Price, Range, Top Speed, 0-60Mph


The luxury brand Genesis is at its best to conquer the EV Automotives’ Diverse range of market with the new 2023 GV60 Crossover.  At launch, buyers can choose from the 314-hp Advanced or 429-hp Performance trims; estimated driving range varies from 235- to 248-miles per charge. Rival luxury SUVs such as the Audi Q4 e-tron, the Volvo XC40 Recharge, and the coupe-like C40 Recharge offer similar prestige and driving range, but the GV60‘s detail-oriented design and amusing flourishes make it an attractive and off-beat alternative.

Genesis GV60 Front
Genesis GV60 Front

What’s New

The GV60 is a new model for Genesis and the brand’s third SUV. It’s also the brand’s first foray into the electric vehicle marketplace and it shares its underpinnings with the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and the Kia EV6.

Genesis GV60 Interior
Genesis GV60 Interior

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EV Motor, Range, Top-Speed, 0-60Mph

The all-wheel-drive arrangements with dual motors will be available at the GV60‘s launch. The Advanced model makes a combined 314 hp while the Performance trim makes 429 hp that number can be temporarily increased to 483 horsepower though when the Performance model’s Boost driving mode is engaged. With that driving mode in use, it is estimated that the GV60 will be capable of blasting from 0-60 mph in just 3.4 seconds.

All versions come with the same 77.4-kWh battery pack, but according to the EPA the all-wheel drive GV60 Advanced will offer up to 248 miles of driving range while the Performance model carries an estimate of 235, hooked up to a DC fast charging station, Genesis says the GV60’s battery can be charged from 10- to 80-percent capacity in just 18 minutes.

Performance Specifications

  • 60 mph: 3.4–4.5 sec
  • 100 mph: 11.3–12.6 sec
  • 1/4-Mile: 12.0–13.3 sec
  • Top Speed: 117–149 mph
Genesis GV60 Rear
Genesis GV60 Rear


  • Wheelbase: 114.2 in
  • Length: 177.8 in
  • Width: 74.4 in
  • Height: 62.6 in
  • Passenger Volume: 101 ft3
  • Cargo Volume: 25 ft3
  • Curb Weight (est): 4700–4900 lb


As of now, the Genesis is offering just 2 trims in the market, being Advanced for $59,985 and Performance for $68,985.


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