Finally Genesis has revealed a teaser image of the G90 Facelift the past week, but at the same time during the weekend, they held a Private Showroom in South Korea where they were showcase the G90 facelift for selected media & customers where cameras & smartphones were not allowed, but thanks to Ubinine we have the sketches of the most featured changes.
Apart from what we already seen, like the new reinterpreted crest grille debuted at Essentia concept, the facelifted G90 will have new Essentia inspired headlights that will continue to the side of the car, and also tailights will be based on what we have seen on the Essentia and GV80 concept, but in this case, one of the two lines will be connected.
Genesis will update the front and rear bumpers with a new design and fake chromed exhaust. The dimensions of the Genesis G90 are 5,205 mm long, 1,915 mm wide, 1,495 mm high, with a wheelbase of 3,160 mm. New alloy wheels as well as new colours will arrive.
After Genesis revealed a few weeks ago their 3D Instrument Cluster for the 2019 G70, we are pretty sure that Genesis will add this new feature on the new G90, including the BVM (Blind-View Spot Monitor) that uses a set of cameras to show on the cockpit if another vehicle is coming from the side/back.
Engine line–up for the G90, will be updated with improved 3.8 Lambda V6 GDi with 334 hp and 40.3 kg.m, 3.3 Lambda V6 Turbo GDi with 370 hp and 52 kg.m, and a range-topping 5.0 Tau V8 GDi with 425 hp and 53 kg.m.
All variants will be paired to a new in house 10-speed automatic gearbox and we still find the HTRAC AWD system. The refreshed G90 will debut in November 27.