Genesis’ flagship G90 sedan gets styling updates for 2023, a new engine and suspension, as well as some added tech features and a big price hike. In the year The 2023 G90 now comes standard with all-wheel drive for both trims, and starts at $89,495 (all prices include destination) — more than $10,000 more than the outgoing base model with AWD.
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What will that price increase get you? For starters, a new engine. The entry-level G90 3.5T AWD model uses a new turbocharged 3.5-liter engine with 375 horsepower. It is mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. It replaces the outgoing options, a standard 365-hp, twin-turbo 3.3-liter V-6 and a 420-hp, 5.0-liter V-8 are available.
In addition to comprehensive driver-assistance and active-safety features, new standard suspension technology improves ride quality and handling, Genesis says. A camera-based electronically controlled suspension with road preview monitors road conditions to optimize the suspension for passenger comfort. Also new and standard is the Mood Curator, which allows customization and control of features, such as ambient lighting, sound system, fragrance system and massage seat settings. Four different mood modes are available and each can be personalized. And the digital key system, also standard, uses a smartphone app that lets the driver touch the door handle to unlock and start the vehicle.
Another 2023 trim is the 3.5T AWD, which bumps horsepower up to 409 hp. A 48-volt electric charger that can be added; Starts at $99,795. This trim adds the Bang & Olufsen system as a 3D surround sound function to optimize musical aspects. Power rear seats, rear seat wireless device charging, a rear wheel steering system and air suspension with three settings to improve stability are standard.
In the year The 2023 Genesis G90 goes on sale August 10.
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