G enesis has announced a compact and a large SUV model . The latter is sketched with the GV80. In addition, the study should give an outlook on the new design line of the Koreans, for which Luc Donckerwolke, who was poached by Bentley, is responsible.
The GV80 study should be equipped with a fuel cell drive including plug-in functionality. Should, because the Koreans do not provide any further information.
There is a stately body on display. The massive substructure is emphasized by various character lines and beads. B- and C-pillars are designed as a honeycomb structure to increase the overview. The overhangs at the front and rear are short. The fenders are clearly separated. The front is dominated by a trapezoidal radiator grille with a wire mesh grille. In addition, Donckerwolke relies on double-decker, slot-shaped Lasser LED headlights. Large, perforated air inlets open up in the apron. At the clean rear, the two-tier laser LED lights take up the theme of the front. The rear apron is based on a diffuser look. There are no door handles, but there are sensor-controlled locks. The doors also do without window frames. When it comes to looking back, the Koreans rely on cameras instead of conventional exterior mirrors. 23-inch alloy wheels rotate in the wheel arches.
The interior of the four-seater is extremely reduced.
The horizontally aligned dashboard carries a fully digital cockpit and an extremely wide screen bar on top. The mighty center tunnel, which extends into the rear, only houses the selector lever. The rear passengers can use the touchscreens in the backrests of theDelight front seats. The interior is characterized by the interplay of quilted leather and brushed aluminum.