Updated 2025 Genesis GV80 costs $59,050, Coupe price unknown

The refreshed 2025 Genesis GV80 SUV arrives with a new dash display, a new Coupe model, and a new starting price of $59,050, including a $1,350 destination fee, Hyundai’s luxury brand announced Friday. 

That’s only about a $400 increase from the 2024 Genesis GV80, but it factors in modest updates to the front fascia and a big update in the cabin. Larger air intakes and a wider skid plate panel further its sporting ambitions. Available 22-inch alloy wheels and chrome rockers as well as a chrome surround under its seamless roofline enhance its muscular profile. 

Inside, a bank of screens under one 27.0-inch pane of glass replaces the outgoing model’s 14.5-inch touchscreen and digital instrument cluster. Voice commands and a controller dial in the console can still be used instead of touch controls. A touch climate panel flanked by temperature dials sits below the screens, and a blend of etched metallic surfaces, knurled dials, chrome frames, and quilted leather substantiate its luxury appeal.

The GV80 SUV carries over with a 2.5-liter turbo-4 rated at 300 hp and 311 lb-ft of torque, or a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6 making 375 hp and 391 lb-ft. An 8-speed automatic routes power to all four wheels. Genesis will disclose pricing later this summer on the new, sportier GV80 Coupe model set to go on sale this fall. 

The base 2.5 Standard comes well equipped, with all-wheel drive, a self-level rear suspension, 19-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights and taillights, and driver-assist features such as automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go functionality, active lane control, blind-spot monitors, and a limited hands-free driving system.  

The 2025 GV80 comes with five seats, except for the 3.5T Advanced that squeezes in a power-folding third row to seat up to seven passengers. 

Standard convenience and comfort features include synthetic leather upholstery, power-adjustable and heated front seats, remote start, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a wireless smartphone charger, four USB-C ports, and a satellite radio trial. 

Genesis backs every GV80 with a 4-year/50,000-mile warranty that includes free maintenance for 3 years/36,000 miles.

That’s a pretty good haul in the luxury SUV segment, but the caveat from Genesis is that this model won’t be available until late this summer. 

2025 Genesis GV80 2.5T Standard or 2.5T? What’s the difference?

To confuse matters, Genesis offers a 2.5T AWD model that sounds like the base model but is in fact a step up from the Standard and costs $60,050. It adds a heated steering wheel, digital key, rear sunshades, and an emergency spare tire. 

The 2.5T Select AWD costs $62,950 and adds 20-inch alloy wheels, wood trim, and a panoramic sunroof. It arrives later this summer, same as the base model. 

The $66,950 2.5T Advanced adds a surround-view camera system, blind-spot monitor cameras, cooled front seats, leather upholstery, parking assist, and a Bang & Olufsen sound system. 

The Prestige is the top trip, and costs $71,800. It rolls on 22-inch wheels and has an adaptive suspension, massaging seats, a head-up display, heated rear seats, and three-zone climate control. 

How much more is the 2025 Genesis 3.5T?  

The more powerful 375-hp 3.5-liter twin-turbo V-6, or 3.5T, only comes with two trims in the 2025 GV80, Advanced or Prestige. It’s odd that the more performance-minded 3.5T Advanced is the only model available with a power-folding third row to seat seven passengers. 

For $75,150, it has nearly all of the features of the 2.5T Prestige, except for 20-inch wheels instead of 22s. 

The 3.5T Prestige deletes the third row but adds a power-folding second row with cooled seats, as well as nappa leather, 22-inch wheels, and an electronic limited slip differential. It costs $80,650. 

All models except the base Standard and 2.5T Select go on sale this month. Those two models go on sale later this summer.