Genesis 2025 G80 Model Facelift Unveiled: Two Striking Designs and Interior Overhaul

Genesis 2025 G80 Model

Genesis has officially unveiled the upgraded 2025 G80 model in Korea, presenting two distinct and noteworthy design executions. Both variants, the standard G80 and G80 Sport, continue to embody the brand’s (Athletic elegance) design ethos, featuring a redesigned grille The standard version is adorned with double-mesh styling, while the G80 Sport boasts larger air vents on the bumper to enhance engine bay airflow. Additionally, both models showcase updated headlights equipped with Micro Lens Array (MLA) technology.

Furthermore, the refreshed G80 receives a revamped set of 20-inch wheels, each with its own unique aesthetic approach (double-spoke for the standard model). The G80 Sport incorporates a black garnish at the rear, contributing to its sporty silhouette when viewed from the side.

Meanwhile, the sole rear image provided depicts the standard G80 with a modified rear apron and taillights exhibiting seemingly updated graphics. The concealed tailpipes, according to Genesis, symbolize an eco-friendly aspect of the sedan in the age of electrification. This may hint at a similar design adaptation for the Electrified G80, which recently underwent a significant price reduction in the US market.

Inside the cabin, the 2025 Genesis G80 boasts a substantial upgrade reminiscent of the updated GV80 and the newly introduced GV80 Coupe. The most striking feature is the massive 27-inch OLED display dominating the dashboard, seamlessly integrating the digital instrument cluster with the infotainment touchscreen. An element of elegance is introduced with a crystal shifter knob and refined tweaks to the switchgear.

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The second-generation G80 made its debut in 2020, making this upgrade timely to keep the luxury sedan fresh among its competitors.

Following Hyundai Group’s tradition, detailed specifications and information about the facelifted G80 are expected to be released in the coming weeks. Market arrival will vary by country, but given Genesis’ pricing of the 2024 G80 in the US, anticipation mounts for the updated model’s arrival stateside later next year for the 2025 model year.

Source: The article was written by Johny Hoang.