MARKHAM, Ontario – Genesis Motors Canada is pleased to announce pricing for the new, redesigned 2020 Genesis G90 full-size luxury sedan. Available for $89,750, the G90 will be offered in Canada as a single fully-equipped package featuring the 420 horsepower 5.0L V8 engine and All-Wheel Drive. A 365-horsepower 3.3L twin-turbo V6 engine remains available through special order at a price of $86,750. Like all Genesis vehicles, the G90 is sold for a fixed price that incorporates all delivery and destination fees as well as an unparalleled suite of ownership benefits including Genesis at Home concierge service, complimentary scheduled maintenance, Genesis Connected Services, map updates, and more, for 5 years or 100,000 km.
The 2020 G90 features new-car-level design changes on the exterior and interior, further enhancing its presence as the brand’s flagship sedan through an evolution of Genesis’ signature Athletic Elegance design language. The new “Quad Lamp” styling theme, featuring a prominent horizontal architecture, signals design cues to be seen on all future Genesis models.
Tuned for maximum driving confidence, the Genesis G90 features a powerful 5.0-litre direct-injected V8 engine producing 420 horsepower and 383 lb-ft of torque (standard specification for Canada). A 3.3-litre twin-turbocharged V6 engine with 365 horsepower and 376 lb-ft of torque remains available through special order. The G90 features an eight-speed automatic transmission with enhanced shift logic and a standard active All-Wheel Drive system with an electronically-controlled transfer case capable of varying the front-to-rear torque split on demand or in response to driving conditions.
With the launch of the newly redesigned G90, Genesis is proud to offer for the first time in its flagship sedan Genesis Connected Services (GCS), a telematics platform allowing impressive remote vehicle connectivity. Included as standard equipment for all 2020 Genesis models and backed by 5 years of complimentary services, GCS allows drivers to connect to their vehicle through a smartphone app or online portal. In doing so, they can remote start their vehicle (automatic models only), pre-set climate control functions, locate their vehicle in a parking lot using GPS maps, and even receive vehicle diagnostic reports. Roadside assistance services can be summoned at the touch of a button and, in the event of a collision, emergency services are automatically called to the vehicle’s location if the driver requires assistance or is unresponsive.