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2025 Genesis GV80 Coupe Walks The Line On Pricing, Starts at $81,300

by | June 14, 2024

2025 Genesis GV80 Coupe brings the fight to SUV coupe rivals with a balanced pricing ladder. Starts at $81,300 but comes loaded with standard equipment.

Genesis released pricing for the 2025 GV80 Coupe lineup which reaffirmed the prominence of value in its broader sales mission.

Genesis made it clear that it wanted to compete in the growing SUV coupe segment when it revealed the 2025 Genesis GV80 coupe which will join the standard model in Genesis showrooms. The coupe will give Genesis a presence in this segment and also give buyers a stylish SUV that blends Genesis luxury with enhanced performance-inspired styling.

Pricing will play a key role in ensuring the GV80’s long-term success and the brand has given the GV80 Coupe an edge in that category by revealing that the base model will start at $81,300 which places the SUV right in the middle of the SUV coupe pack.


Genesis continues plan to undercut rivals

Genesis’s simple pricing ladder allows the GV80 Coupe to compete in the thick of it with rivals like the Audi Q8 and the BMW X6.

The pricing ladder for the GV80 coupe reflects the fact that Genesis is doing things differently with the coupe. Unlike the standard GV80, the brand is not offering a four-cylinder option and will instead equip the coupe exclusively with the 3.5-liter V6. This engine also powers other Genesis models but while the 375-hp twin-turbo version of the engine will be the base engine, the coupe will be the only member of the GV80 family to get the e-Supercharger version of the V6. This 48-volt electrically operated supercharger transforms the 3.5-liter into a twin-charged powertrain and causes horsepower to go up to a stout 409 hp. The e-Supercharger model also comes with a higher base price of $87,100 but buyers will get more standard equipment including larger 22-inch alloy wheels, alloy pedals, quad exhaust tips, and carbon fiber trim.

The GV80 Coupe gets the same equipment as its standard cousin with the model getting a large 27-inch OLED infotainment system a new three-spoke steering wheel and a redesigned console that flows downward from the touchscreen into the revised center console. The main differences between the standard GV80 and the coupe version are mainly different rim and material choices with the Coupe getting some that are exclusive to it including a Bering Blue Metallic paint job.

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GV80 Coupe faces potent competition

Standard equipment and coupe exclusive details aim to make this SUV a compelling halo model in Genesis dealerships.

When the 2025 Genesis GV80 Coupe makes its way to dealer showrooms this summer, the model will face competition from established German rivals like the Audi Q8 and the BMW X6 XDrive40i. Pricing will continue to be a key distinguishing trait for the GV80 Coupe and while the Genesis is $4,500 more than the BMW it’s $9,500 less than the Mercedes-AMG GLE Coupe and is similarly less expensive than the Porsche Cayenne Coupe.

Different equipment packages will play a role in how much you pay for a GV80 Coupe with the model retaining the GV80’s Advanced and Prestige equipment packages. The Advanced Package will be the default package but buyers looking for more tech and goodies will have to move up to the Prestige package which is a $5,500 extra on the non-coupe version. However, the GV80 Coupe will come with enough standard equipment to satisfy most tastes including Nappa leather seating surfaces, matte finish wood trim, illuminated sill plates, heated and cooled front and rear seats, tri-zone climate control, and adaptive cruise control.




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