To account for a radical new trim level, the G80’s most costly variation is currently a reasonable piece more costly.
A few autos endure for another model year with generally few changes, including the cost. The Genesis G80 keeps the value climbs to a base – until you pick the greatest motor.
The 2018 Genesis G80 car begins at $41,400, for a model with back wheel drive and a 3.8-liter V6 putting out 311 and 293 pound-feet of torque. Adding all-wheel drive to the condition knocks the cost up to a humble $43,900. Both costs are $350 higher than their 2017 reciprocals.
Two bundles are accessible for 3.8-liter G80s. The $5,000 Premium Package (up $250 from a year ago) includes an all encompassing sunroof, a 14-speaker Lexicon sound framework, stopping sensors, ventilated seats and a 7-inch show in the gage bunch. The $5,100 Ultimate Package (up $900) includes LED headlights, calfskin seats, matte wood trim, a head-up show, a 9.2-inch touchscreen and a 17-speaker Lexicon sound framework.
In the center, there’s the all-new 2018 Genesis G80 3.3T Sport. This packs another 3.3-liter, twin-turbocharged V6 that puts out 365 strength and 376 torques. It’s shaking dynamic suspension, better brakes and sportier, dim accents all through. It accompanies the Ultimate bundle officially prepared, and it’ll set you back $55,250 for RWD and $57,750 for AWD.
At the tippy best, we have the Genesis G80 5.0, which employs a 5.0-liter V8 that produces 420 drive and 383 pound-feet. The Ultimate bundle is as of now prepared on each of the 5.0 models, as it is with the 3.3T Sport. Settle on back wheel drive – new for 2018 – and hope to burn through $57,000. All-wheel drive, then again, will cost $59,500, an astounding $4,950 more than it was in 2017. I know Genesis expected to make cost-space for the 3.3T, yet at the same time, that is a major pill to swallow.