MY22 GV70 to be Launched Soon w/ Improvements

by Mar 22, 2022All News, Genesis, Slider, South Korea0 comments

First details of the Genesis GV70 Model Year 2022, to be released in April in South Korea, where shared thanks to our colleagues at AutoPost.

The GV70 MY22 includes some updates that affects several parts of the vehicle, from drivetrain, to technology or NVH.

It is expected that this updates will carry over for overseas model between the end of the year.

GV70 MY22 product information (no change in appearance and engine):

1) Design: Enlarged application of front monoblock brake and rear wheel styling cover

It seems that the front wheel monoblock brakes and (4P) brakes that were only applicable to the 3.5T will be expanded and applied to the 2.5T and 2.2D models.

What was previously impossible to select except for the 3.5T model is now available in all trims. This was actually applicable from the beginning. It seems to have a pretext for improving product quality.

2) Convenience: Added optional ergo motion seat for passenger seat

The Ergo Motion Seat, which was applied only to the driver’s seat that was included in the convenience option, now GV70 MY22 will have the option to add this function to the passenger seat as well.

Now in this convenience package have the option to add the passenger seat in addition to the driver’s seat. This change arrives after many customers criticized the lack of possibility to add Ergo Motion Seat for passenger and even tried to buy one driver seat and install it on passenger side.

Detail of the GV70 digital cluster

3) Basic product quality, NVH and OTA updates: Improved headrest design and OTA update for Cluster & HUD.

The 2022 Genesis GV70 mode in South Korea will have an updated seat headrest design also with an improved texture.

As you may remember, recently we shared that Genesis were rolling it’s first GV60 OTA update. The OTA (over-the-air update) is slightly different in the GV70 and will affect mainly to HUD and digital cluster.

Also, the company announces improvement in the NVH of the vehicle (noise, vibration & harshness).

Written by Jose Antonio Lopez

Passionated about Korean cars from Hyundai, Kia & Genesis. Photographer. I love being in nature, hiking. Tech lover.

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