The G90 is the latest from Genesis, Hyundai's very successful (at least in terms of delivering on luxury) targeting of Lexus, Acura, and even BMW and Mercedes. This is their largest sedan, which was just refreshed for last year and brought with it new styling and a new level of interior refinement. Genesis is also known for its at-home model for sales, delivery, and even service.
What’s New/Key Changes From Last Year
For 2021, there are no significant changes to G90.
Genesis offers the G90 in just one trim level in Canada. That's Prestige AWD, with a 5.0L, 420 hp V8 and all-wheel drive.
As a luxury car with just one trim level, the G90 comes well equipped. Starting with driver assistance, it has a surround view camera system, parking collision avoidance to the rear, blind spot monitoring with camera views, forward collision avoidance with pedestrian and cyclist detection, lane keep assist, and adaptive cruise control.
A panoramic sunroof is included as is a proximity-activated hands-free trunk and proximity keyless entry with push-start. The seats are Nappa leather, heated and ventilated front and rear. The driver gets 22-way power adjust, the front passenger 16 way. The steering wheel is also heated. Open pore wood trim and a microfibre suede headliner with seven-colour ambient lighting help complete the cabin. A 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system has navigation and 900-watt Lexicon audio, along with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Genesis Connected Services.
The only options on the Genesis G90 are your choice of colour.
Genesis G90 is rated to get 15.0 L/100 km city, 10.1 highway.
This vehicle has not yet been reviewed