Genesis G70 Shown Inside and Out in Leaked Photos


The new Genesis G70 sport sedan has been leaked in a series of images ahead of its debut later this month.

The G70 will share its rear-wheel drive platform and turbocharged engine range with the Kia Stinger. The Stinger is offered with either a 255 horsepower 2.0-liter turbo or a 365 horsepower 3.3-liter twin-turbo V6. An eight-speed automatic is the only transmission option and all-wheel drive is also available. We’re expecting the same equipment to appear in the G70, though we could see a bit more power being offered.

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Based on these images, the G70 will have a sporty appearance that is a bit more curvaceous than the Stinger. The cars seen here are wearing large alloy wheels with red brake calipers (possibly the same Brembos present on the Stinger) along with large oval-shaped twin exhaust outlets. Not surprisingly, the front is dominated by Genesis’ large single-frame mesh grille. The headlights and what we assume are lower daytime running lights are covered by a protective white film.

The interior is typical Genesis with black diamond-stitch upholstery on the doors, a sporty steering wheel with aluminum paddle shifters, a T-shaped gear selector and white contrasting stitching. The interior image here doesn’t tell us much else, so we’ll have to wait a couple more weeks to get a better visual on the cabin.

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The Genesis G70 is expected to debut in Seoul on September 15th, at which point more information should become available.

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octogon says:

Nice…but not a looker the “New York Concept” was:

John says:

The front Grill looks like the infiniti Q50 and the back Tail lights looks Mercedes Benz C,E, S Class !!!!Copy!!!

Phil says:

Oh give me a break, it’s only a problem when the Koreans do it. Any other brand and people applaud them for taking good cues from other brands and putting it together in a nice package. Get some new material.

Randal Sutherlin says:


bd says:

You would have a point, except that Infiniti doesn’t use the hexagonal shape for its grille.

Bruce Kwon says:

some people are never willing to accept new things just because of a “label” it has…sad

turnipweed says:

Every car on the road built since 1970 has at least a dozen features that remind you of some other car. That doesn’t mean it’s copied.

Modern cars are shaped by the wind, by fuel efficiency, by size constraints, by passenger room, by engine size, and by safety. So yes, they will resemble each other.

Old cars were shaped by designers, not by engineers constrained by quality, performance, mileage, and regulations demanded today.

despo says:


Tom Tiedman says:

“Modern cars – they all look like electric shavers” ~ Marv

Liam Paul says:

Damn that is one sweet looking car. I want one

Bluey Zarzoff says:

beef up the suspension & you might have a decent car for a change.