The new base trim level includes a bump in range of almost 20 percent while dropping the MSRP to just $52,000
Genesis just released pricing for the 2024 GV60 and along with those figures, it debuted a new base-level trim. That new model is the GV60 RWD which starts at $52,000 (excluding a $1,195 delivery fee) and gets up to 294 miles (473 km) of range on a full charge. Here’s a breakdown of everything we’ve just learned about the 2024 Genesis GV60 lineup.
The new RWD version represents a range increase of 19 percent over the longest-range version of the 2023 GV60. It also provides a steep discount, as the outgoing 2023 GV60 Advanced AWD started at $59,290. Those prices don’t include destination charges.
It’s worth noting too that the AWD version of the GV60 makes at least 314 hp (234 kW). Genesis says that the RWD version uses a 168 kW (225 hp) electric motor and a 77kWh battery which is in line with other Hyundai-Kia products like the EV6 and Inoiq 5. Aside from losing a bit of horsepower, the GV60 RWD doesn’t appear to lose much in the way of standard features.
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Genesis confirmed that it’ll still get a pair of 12.3-inch displays for the infotainment and driver information screens. It’ll also have a heads-up display, 19-inch wheels, rain-sensing wipers, power-adjustable front seats, fingerprint authentication, and more. Notably, the old base model, the GV60 Advanced AWD, now costs a bit more at $60,550.
Just as it was last year, that model combines a 74 kW front and a 160kW rear motor with a 77.4 kWh battery pack. Total system horsepower remains unchanged at 314 hp (234 kW). It also comes with leather upholstery, 20-inch wheels, Smart cruise control, and a Bang & Olufsen Premium Audio system. Genesis says it’ll go up to 248 miles (399 km) on a single charge.
Finally, the 2024 GV60 lineup rounds out with the Performance AWD variant. It gets a pair of 160 kW motors, one on each axle, for a total output of 429 hp (320 kW). It starts at $69,550 and appears to keep the same 235-mile (378 km) range as the 2023 version.