2023 Genesis GV60: All the facts

Buying an electric car introduces a whole new world of facts and figures to learn about and compare. To help, we've created this handy data card to give you all the crucial pieces of the EV puzzle.


The Genesis GV60 is a battery-electric small luxury SUV available in two distinct variants – either as an all-wheel-drive standard spec, or the AWD Performance that ups the sporty stakes. It shares the ubiquitous E-GMP electric vehicle platform with the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6 twins while raising the bar in terms of interior fit and finish, and nicer materials.

The two-variant range kicks off from $103,700 (before on-road costs) for the GV60 AWD and jumps to $110,700 (before on-road costs) for the GV60 AWD Performance.

Want to know more? Read the Drive team's in-depth reviews and road tests of the Genesis GV60 here.

2023 Genesis GV60 – data table

ModelGenesis GV60 AWDGenesis GV60 AWD Performance
Price (MSRP)$103,700$110,700
FormatDual motor, all-wheel driveDual motor, all-wheel drive
Power234kW320kW (360kW in 'Boost Mode')
Torque605Nm605Nm (700Nm 'Boost Mode')
Battery size77.4kWh77.4kWh
Range (WLTP)470km466km
Energy use18.8kWh/100km19.1kWh/100km
Max charge speed350kW DC350kW DC
Plug typeType 2 AC / CCS2 DCType 2 AC / CCS2 DC
Weight (tare)2095kg2160kg
Boot space432L432L


Charging

Approximate charging times: 10-80 per cent

Home
(up to 2.4kW)
Three-phase
(up to 11kW)
Public
(up to 50kW DC)
Maximum
2023 Genesis GV60 (all variants)77.4kWh25h 50min7h 20min75min 18min
@350kW
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Tom started out in the automotive industry by exploiting his photographic skills but quickly learned that journalists got the better end of the deal. He began with CarAdvice in 2014, left in 2017 to join Bauer Media titles including Wheels and WhichCar and subsequently returned to CarAdvice in early 2021 during its transition to Drive. As part of the Drive content team, Tom covers automotive news, car reviews, advice, and holds a special interest in long-form feature stories. He understands that every car buyer is unique and has varying requirements when it comes to buying a new car, but equally, there’s also a loyal subset of Drive audience that loves entertaining enthusiast content. Tom holds a deep respect for all things automotive no matter the model, priding himself on noticing the subtle things that make each car tick. Not a day goes by that he doesn’t learn something new in an everchanging industry, which is then imparted to the Drive reader base.

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