In 2025, the Genesis G80 sedan will undergo a stylish transformation, aligning with its GV80 SUV counterpart. Subtle external refinements, including a revamped front end, fresh wheel designs, and the introduction of the new Brooklyn Brown color, contribute to its distinct appearance. However, the most notable changes lie within the cabin.
External adjustments cover minor tweaks to the grille, headlights, front and rear bumpers, and wheel designs. The G80 Sport trim, presented in red, maintains its identity with a distinctive grille texture and a more assertive front bumper featuring extra air intakes.
Internally, attention is drawn to the expansive 27.0-inch OLED screen dominating a significant portion of the dashboard. This state-of-the-art display seamlessly integrates the digital gauge cluster and central display, showcasing sharp graphics.
The center console retains two rotary knobs – one for the infotainment system and the other as a gear shifter. Climate controls adopt a new layout with a touch-sensitive interface, complemented by a few retained hard knobs and buttons.
While detailed specifications from Genesis are pending, minimal changes are expected in the G80’s powertrains, encompassing a turbo 2.5-liter inline-four and a twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6. The Electrified G80, the electric variant, is likely to receive similar updates in the future.
Anticipate the 2025 G80’s arrival in the U.S. market in the coming months, with an expected higher starting price compared to the current model’s entry cost of $55,345.