The 2023 Genesis G90 aims to elevate the brand’s standing among the world’s elite luxury-car brands, with features you’d expect on cars that might cost twice as much.
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The 2022 model’s 3.3-liter V-6 and 5.0-liter V-8 have been replaced by a turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6 that can be had with an electric supercharger. Standard output is 375 horsepower, rising to 409 horses for supercharged versions.
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Power doors are a feature more common to Rolls-Royces (and some Teslas).
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The optional audio system augments its 1400-watt amplifier with a separate 300-watt amp dedicated to 3-D sound rendering. As in, this system can make it sound like you’re in Boston’s Symphony Hall.
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The G90’s “mood curator” pipes in scents to suit your intended vibe—which might be “Abercrombie store, 2006.”
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The G90’s fuel economy isn’t great, but the supercharged model’s 20-mpg EPA combined rating does at least improve on the old AWD V-8 model’s 18 mpg.
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Interior materials—leather, wood, metal, carbon fiber—are all extremely fine.
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The rear seating is quite spacious and offers heating, vented, and massage functions.
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All-wheel drive is now standard, and the eight-speed automatic’s smooth shifts nearly approximate an electric car’s single ratio.
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The supercharged model costs $99,795, which still qualifies as an excellent value, given the G90’s quality and equipment.
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The G90 can use your phone as a key. But unlike the GV60, you can’t unlock it with facial recognition.
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