Speaker 1: Even though we first got the Genesis G 90 in 2016 and it received a facelift in 2018. Currently it just doesn't match the rest of the Genesis lineup. Enter the 23 Genesis G 90. This luxury flagship sedan has been completely redesigned and it does not skimp on anything. Okay. Let's start up here in the front. I really like that. We have this new double bladed headlight design that surrounds this layered grill. It gives it a really nice 3d effect. I enjoy that. We've got a clam shell hood, so there's no [00:00:30] panel gap here that Mars the fender line. And it really helps bring a lot of attention to the continuation of the double bladed line that comes here and stops right at the door along the profile. I've got a nice, the old strip of Chrome. And then coming along the back again, you've got those two line design, horizontal elements in the elongated taillights with a stretch of lighting below it.
Speaker 1: Honestly these days, I think that Genesis is putting out some of the most beautiful vehicles on the road. And this G 90 really cements my opinion. I mean, it is just gorgeous. You can expect a lot of [00:01:00] luxurious interior materials, he in the G 90, but what I really love about this particular car is it has this crushed carbon fiber with a G matrix inlay. I mean, it is so distinctive and really, really beautiful. The center console has got a lot of glass and aluminum features here. And I love that the driver gets all kinds of screens. I mean, we've got a giant digital gauge cluster, really large infotainment screen and up my favorite massaging seats. Now we will not get the long wheel base here in the states, but as it stands right now, this car is pretty [00:01:30] long. And I have a feeling that some folks they might want to be driven in their G 90 as opposed to drive it. And as such the back seat is where it's at. Now, you can get a bench seat back here, but really why would you, when you have this awesome him two plus two set up, I mean, I've got to seat here that rec climbs back. I've got a footrest, it comes up, everything is heated, cooled, massaged, and check this out. I can press this button.
Speaker 1: I'm like, no hands. It closed for me. There's a screen here that can control all of the functionality. [00:02:00] And the rest of this car is really smart. I'm making start with the fingerprint. I can use my phone to open it up. I've got a, a dash cam that can stream to my phone and it can even park itself. I mean, there's just so much great technology in this car. Oh, oh, here's the thing. This center arm us here. There's UV light in it so I can take my phone. I can put it in here. Boom. No more. COVID right. It's cool. Now we don't have a confirmed power train yet, but I'm pretty sure that we're going to be seeing the 3.5 liter twin turbo V6, [00:02:30] but we also might get a hybrid option as well. That should be made into an eight speed, automatic transition and be available in either rear or all wheel drive. The car should also get an air suspension, which should make it pretty comfy as well as rear steering. Now we don't have any word on pricing yet. The current G 90, it starts at right around $75,000, but this car has got so many more features. I know it's gonna be a big price bump, but I can tell you that Genesis is really good at offering a ton of value for their vehicles. [00:03:00] So the question is, will this car approach six figures? We're gonna have to wait and see.