The new mid-size luxury sedan looks like it could give the BMW 5-series and the Mercedes E-class some serious competition.
While the last Genesis G80 began life as a Hyundai before being rebadged, this new generation was developed from the start to be part of a luxury brand—and it shows. The new 2021 G80 oozes presence, has a genuinely upscale interior, and promises improved performance to boot. This mid-size luxury sedan is set to go on sale in the second half of 2020, following the arrival of the closely related GV80 SUV.
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