2025 Genesis GV80 Still Starts at $59,050

Attention all car lovers! Genesis just dropped the pricing details for the 2025 GV80, and there's a twist in the tale.

While the entry price remains steady at $59,050, Genesis has introduced a new base model called the 2.5T Standard.

This new kid on the block has taken the place of the previous 2.5T as the gateway to GV80 ownership. But here's the catch -

the 2.5T Standard lacks some sweet features that were previously standard on the entry-level GV80.

We're talking about a heated steering wheel, spare tire, manual rear sunshades, and access to Genesis' digital key. If you want these goodies,

be prepared to shell out an extra grand. The rest of the lineup has also undergone some naming tweaks, with the Signature trim bidding farewell for the 2025 model year.

As before, you can choose between the 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and the beefier twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6.

Moving up from the 2.5 Standard and 2.5T, the 2.5T Select will set you back $62,950 but adds a panoramic sunroof, wood trim, and bigger wheels.

The 2.5T Advanced takes the luxury up a notch with better amenities and more driver-assistance tech, all for $66,950.

If you want to go all-out with the base engine, the 2.5T Prestige starts at $71,800.

For those craving more power, upgrading to the 3.5-liter V-6 bumps the price to $75,150, which includes all the bells and whistles from the 2.5T Advanced.

The lineup concludes with the premium 3.5T Prestige priced at $80,650. Larger rims, an electronic limited-slip differential, powered second-row-

seating, premium materials, and three-zone climate control are standard on this range-topping model.

Genesis reports that the majority of GV80 variants will be available in dealerships within the next few weeks;

However, if you want the 2.5T Standard or 2.5T Select, you'll have to wait until later this summer.

So, get the 2025 Genesis GV80 for the best in luxury and speed.

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