Genesis has now released several images of the latest iteration of the G90, the brand’s flagship luxury sedan. This is the first major design change done to the model since the 2018 generation. The brand’s philosophy of Athletic Elegance is in full display with the new appearance of the G90.
The front exterior of this model now comes with a new Crest Grille, along with Two-Line lamps that are in the form of Genesis’ emblem. The Crest Grille comes with a Layered Architecture finish, composed of a pair of G-Matrix patterns that have been layered on top of each other to create a 3D-depth effect.
The front also comes with a set of Two-Line headlamps which come attached to each side of the grille, being one of the thinnest models made by Genesis to date. These were achieved through intercrossing the lenses of the Daytime Running Lights with a low-powered beam from a Micro Lens Array. This ensures that the headlamp has as thin of a line as possible.
The G90 enjoys an exalted status as the best in its class, exemplified with its featured Clamshell Hood. This is a single panel that blends together the elements of the hood and fenders to make sure that panel gaps are a thing of the past. This gives the G90 a sleek body, just in line with the Athletic Elegance that the brand is chasing.
From the side, the G90 exhibits a Parabolic line styling scheme originating from the hood of the car and flows towards the trunk in a smooth line. The vehicle’s sportier nature is also enhanced by a similar treatment, in which Athletic Power Lines are found on the fenders around the wheel. This projects both power and a dynamic feeling towards onlookers as you cruise down streets.
In order to direct focus towards the style elements that are iconic to the Genesis flagship, certain elements such as license plates and reverse lights have been moved towards the bottom of the car. This is to ensure that the rear is cleaner to look at, as well as improving the luxurious feel of the G90.
There are also added features to the long-wheelbase models of the G90, with more space towards the second-row and C-pillar areas of the sedan. More spacious rear seats are a direct benefit of this extended wheelbase. This model also comes with an optional upgrade to 20-inch wheels, as well as a unique wheel design that’s limited to this model.
More exclusive features are Daylight Openings that come in a chrome finish, as well as distinct front and rear bumper designs that are accented by chrome elements on the rims. The long-wheelbase model, through all these extra features, will be quite the elegant eyecatcher when seen on the road.
The Genesis G90 is the brand’s first steps towards more of the international market. Further information on the G90’s specs and full list of features will be released by the car’s global launch in Korea.