Genesis seems quite keen on being taken seriously when it comes to becoming a luxury car brand. And their 2020 G90 Limousine looks to be helping a whole lot.
The American market will have to bide its time and wait until summer to see the 2020 G90 become available, with the V6 model having debuted at the Montreal Auto show in Canada earlier this year. But the Hyundai brand has revealed a longer version for Korea, per Carscoops.com.
The Limo version of the G90 flagship car looks as comfy as it gets, with presidential-level legroom coming as a direct result of the increase in overall length - 11.4 in, to be precise.
This stretch goes well with the car's wheelbase and is clearly shown by the sheet metal added between the doors, as well as the longer back doors, with rear passenger room the obvious focus.
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The Genesis G90 Limousine measures a total of 18 ft and boasts a wheelbase of 11.3 ft. It is also a bit taller than the G90 sedan, standing at 4.9 ft.
This limo is strapped with some subtle upgrades, including a chrome garnish atop the grille, chrome side mirror supports and, as mentioned above, additional sheet metal that quite clearly states Limousine.
Designed for the wealthy and powerful, the luxurious passenger accommodation sports two 18-way power adjustable VIP seats finished in semi-aniline quilted leather, two TV monitors, Alcantara headliner and a command center above the console separating the seats.
The G90 limo only has one engine option, a 5.0-liter gas engine that offers 420 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque. An eight-speed automatic transmission powers all four wheels via a standard all-wheel-drive system. Standard adaptive suspension helps hold it up.
Obviously, it's pretty pricey. It will cost you around $138,000 to get your hands on one of these if you're in Korea. As for when it will hit overseas markets is still unknown.