Updated G70 to be Released in May, 2nd Gen in 2026

by Dec 26, 2022All News, Genesis, Slider0 comments

We can say with no doubt that the G70 was a pretty successful sedan, if there were anything criticized on this model was the tight rear leg room that unfortunately won’t improved in this “second facelift” as it will use the same platform.

Powertrain should be carried on as Hyundai Motor Group already cancelled the development of new internal combustion engines earlier this year. It is still unclear if will add any sort of hybridization or will use as its big brother a 48v supercharger version to avoid some countries emissions restrictions.

Talking about the design upgrades, the sources says it will have the same front design as the G90 flagship model and will have a completely new interior, being this update similar to what happened to Hyundai’s 6th Generation Grandeur IG.

We can say with no doubt that the G70 was a pretty successful sedan, if there were anything criticized on this model was the tight rear leg room that unfortunately won’t improved in this “second facelift” as it will use the same platform.

Powertrain should be carried on as Hyundai Motor Group already cancelled the development of new internal combustion engines earlier this year. It is still unclear if will add any sort of hybridization or will use as its big brother a 48v supercharger version to avoid some countries emissions restrictions.

Talking about the design upgrades, the sources says it will have the same front design as the G90 flagship model and will have a completely new interior, being this update similar to what happened to Hyundai’s 6th Generation Grandeur IG.

As you may known, Genesis will go all electric by 2025, so before the release of the upcoming G90, we expected the future G70 will be last Genesis to come with internal combustion engines, but looks like Genesis and taking advantage of this movement decided to overhaul the current model instead of launching a new generation.

We can say with no doubt that the G70 was a pretty successful sedan, if there were anything criticized on this model was the tight rear leg room that unfortunately won’t improved in this “second facelift” as it will use the same platform.

Powertrain should be carried on as Hyundai Motor Group already cancelled the development of new internal combustion engines earlier this year. It is still unclear if will add any sort of hybridization or will use as its big brother a 48v supercharger version to avoid some countries emissions restrictions.

Talking about the design upgrades, the sources says it will have the same front design as the G90 flagship model and will have a completely new interior, being this update similar to what happened to Hyundai’s 6th Generation Grandeur IG.

For sure, this is just an interpretation by the guys at NY Mammoth of how it will look, because updated G70 prototypes haven’t reached the streets yet.

As you may known, Genesis will go all electric by 2025, so before the release of the upcoming G90, we expected the future G70 will be last Genesis to come with internal combustion engines, but looks like Genesis and taking advantage of this movement decided to overhaul the current model instead of launching a new generation.

We can say with no doubt that the G70 was a pretty successful sedan, if there were anything criticized on this model was the tight rear leg room that unfortunately won’t improved in this “second facelift” as it will use the same platform.

Powertrain should be carried on as Hyundai Motor Group already cancelled the development of new internal combustion engines earlier this year. It is still unclear if will add any sort of hybridization or will use as its big brother a 48v supercharger version to avoid some countries emissions restrictions.

Talking about the design upgrades, the sources says it will have the same front design as the G90 flagship model and will have a completely new interior, being this update similar to what happened to Hyundai’s 6th Generation Grandeur IG.

Genesis released the facelift version of its G70 mid-sized sedan two years ago, but as always happens in the automotive industry, the South Korean luxury brand is already working on another facelift instead of a next-generation and today we have more details. According to our sources, Genesis will announce the updated G70 by May this year, while the second generation (codenamed as RN2) will debut in March 2026.

For sure, this is just an interpretation by the guys at NY Mammoth of how it will look, because updated G70 prototypes haven’t reached the streets yet.

As you may known, Genesis will go all electric by 2025, so before the release of the upcoming G90, we expected the future G70 will be last Genesis to come with internal combustion engines, but looks like Genesis and taking advantage of this movement decided to overhaul the current model instead of launching a new generation.

We can say with no doubt that the G70 was a pretty successful sedan, if there were anything criticized on this model was the tight rear leg room that unfortunately won’t improved in this “second facelift” as it will use the same platform.

Powertrain should be carried on as Hyundai Motor Group already cancelled the development of new internal combustion engines earlier this year. It is still unclear if will add any sort of hybridization or will use as its big brother a 48v supercharger version to avoid some countries emissions restrictions.

Talking about the design upgrades, the sources says it will have the same front design as the G90 flagship model and will have a completely new interior, being this update similar to what happened to Hyundai’s 6th Generation Grandeur IG.

Genesis released the facelift version of its G70 mid-sized sedan two years ago, but as always happens in the automotive industry, the South Korean luxury brand is already working on another facelift instead of a next-generation and today we have more details. According to our sources, Genesis will announce the updated G70 by May this year, while the second generation (codenamed as RN2) will debut in March 2026.

For sure, this is just an interpretation by the guys at NY Mammoth of how it will look, because updated G70 prototypes haven’t reached the streets yet.

As you may known, Genesis will go all electric by 2025, so before the release of the upcoming G90, we expected the future G70 will be last Genesis to come with internal combustion engines, but looks like Genesis and taking advantage of this movement decided to overhaul the current model instead of launching a new generation.

We can say with no doubt that the G70 was a pretty successful sedan, if there were anything criticized on this model was the tight rear leg room that unfortunately won’t improved in this “second facelift” as it will use the same platform.

Powertrain should be carried on as Hyundai Motor Group already cancelled the development of new internal combustion engines earlier this year. It is still unclear if will add any sort of hybridization or will use as its big brother a 48v supercharger version to avoid some countries emissions restrictions.

Talking about the design upgrades, the sources says it will have the same front design as the G90 flagship model and will have a completely new interior, being this update similar to what happened to Hyundai’s 6th Generation Grandeur IG.

Written by Jose Antonio López

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

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