No details on North American powertrains yet but Korea gets a six cylinder turbo diesel.
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Don't know why but I don't like it.
That rear window (the last one, not sure what's it's called) going up like that is a very cheap design detail. That's something that should be on Jeep Liberty, not worthy of a premium SUV. Kind of breaks the whole thing into a mishmash of Bentley->Liberty->Random Chinese SUV.
Wow, that is seriously ugly. Like a Chinese knock-off of a Bentley, and that superfluous chrome on the sides reminds me of Ford's gaudy refresh of the Navigator some years back.
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Now that I'm viewing these photos on a real monitor the interior of the first vehicle looks brown + green. Love that more color choices are trickling around. Looking forward to the day when a new 2025 Buick is available with red, blue, or velvet purple interiors.
everyone has an opinion, but I think this looks pretty good. Sharpe exterior and interior looks like a step up compared to several offerings in the segment. The only thing that is holding this back is the Genesis name plate. I still think we have a lot of consumers that are on the fence about the Genesis brand. In its current styling and priced correctly, if this were sitting on a Ford or Chevy, hell a Dodge lot they couldnt keep one in stock. With the chrome accents, I certainly could see the Buick/Lincoln potential buyers taking a look.
Plus they just had a huge design home run with the Telluride. You would think they'd make the mainstreamer ugly and the higher profit luxury vehicle beautiful.
Cap that off with how late Genesis is to the crossover game...... it's really confusing. They dropped the ball IMO