The front end might be a bit derivative, but the rear sure as heck isn't.
The 2020 Genesis G90 has broken cover in Korea.
Whereas the outgoing variant of the G90 was a holdover from the days when Genesis was still within Hyundai, this one is built from the ground up with Genesis in mind.
The front end has a new set of headlights that look pretty darn close to the "Thor's Hammer" lights seen on Volvo's new cars.
But the front end's design sets itself apart by way of a positively massive pentagonal grille.
Genesis didn't give out too many details on the new G90 yet, and we're not sure what will apply to the US-spec version when it debuts.
The Korean-spec G90 will have three different engine options -- a 3.8-liter V6 and a 5.0-liter V8, in addition to a 3.3-liter turbocharged V6.
In terms of driver-assist tech, the 2020 G90 will be able to hold itself in the center of a highway lane, and it'll warn the driver if they're about to open a door into oncoming traffic or a bicyclist.
Automatic braking is along for the ride, too, and it can now detect both cars and cyclists.
Sadly, the new G90 won't make an appearance at the LA show.
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