The 2020 Genesis G90’s facelift changes more than just its face
Genesis pulled the overs off of its facelifted 2020 G90 luxury sedan in Korea early December, but much more than its face has been changed.
Starting at the front, the revisions are quite radical.
The grille has become wider and more defined, taking on a new sort-of diamond-like shape.
The headlights have been slimmed down, and look more aggressive with a low eyebrow; a long hood comes to meet them all at a stark angle.
Around the back, the taillights stretch the full length across the trunk, leaving room for the individually lettered ‘Genesis’ logo in the centre. New exhaust tips are slim and mirror the front air intakes.
The 19-inch wheels are new and feature a gorgeous mesh pattern, and we can’t help but think the whole thing looks like a Toyota Century—which is a good thing, because we’re all a little nostalgic for the 1990s.
The interior of the G90 looks almost exactly the same as the outgoing model, but that’s not to say it isn’t beautifully luxurious. A few vents have been changed here and there, and there is some new safety tech and infotainment features, but it’s mostly the same.
Engine options for the new car remain the same as well, with a 3.8-litre V6; a 5.0-litre V8 and a 3.6-litre twin-turbo available.
There could be minor changes made to the G90 when it hits our shores early next year, as it has not been officially revealed in North America.