Genesis Genesis G70 Shooting Brake 2.2D Luxury Line 5dr Auto

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Electric power steering
Bluetooth connectivity with voice recognition
Rear parking sensors
Lane Following Assist (LFA)
E-call
eCall emergency call system
Highway Driving Assist (HDA)
Forward Collision Avoidance Assist Junction Turning (FCAJX)
Intelligent speed limit assist (ISLA)
Blind spot collision avoidance assist rear (BCA-R)
Manual speed limit assist (MSLA)
Lighting backup guidelines
Rear view camera with dynamic guidelines on screen
Electric rear tailgate opening
8" Dashboard cluster TFT display
Lane keeping assist (LKA)
SCC smart cruise control with stop and start
10.25" navi screen + DAB radio + phone mirroring + genesis connected
Electronically controlled suspension
Standard power engine
Without limited slip differential
Steering wheel audio remote control
Rain sensor
Rear wiper
Laminated front side glass
LED daytime running lights
LED rear combination lamp
Auto headlights
Body coloured outside door handles
Automatic window defogger
LED rear stop light
LED rear fog lamp
Windshield acoustic film
Auto up/down windows
Electrochromic outside rear view mirror
Outside electrical folding rear mirror
Electrochromic inside rear view mirror
Dual front LED low and high projection headlamps
Puddle lamps with logo
Outside rear mirrors electrical adjustment + heated
Standard appearance
Auto high beam + dusk sensor
Tow hitch receiver
Black painted single rear muffler and chrome coating
Rear side wing doors
Front headrests
Rear headrests
Heated steering wheel
Leather gear knob
Central armrest
3 seat bench in 2nd row
Paddle shifter
Drink holder at centre armrest
Console ventilation duct
Front air condition with dual zone adjustment
Premium air filter
Console storage box
Tilt/up and down headrest adjustment
2nd row heating floor output
Driver and passenger electric seat adjustment
Front power outlet
Standard pedals
USB charger front tray (1port)
USB charger console inside (1port)
USB charger console outside (1port)
1x USB front
Perforated leather with metal grain steering wheel
Soft paint interior garnish
Passenger dual height adjuster
Driver height adjuster
4 way mechanical electric lumbar support for driver
4:2:4 Split folding for rear seats
Front passenger seat
Rear door child safety locks
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Electronic parking brake with auto hold
3x3 point rear seat belts
Driver knee airbag
ABS + ESC + HAC + MCB (Multi Collision Brake)
Front center side airbag
Standard brakes
Rear seat alert without sensors
Front thorax and pelvis + rear thorax + side curtain (ff/rr) airbag
Driver and passenger depowered airbag
Upper and lower rear Isofix child anchor
Forward collision avoidance system (car/pedestrian/bicycle)
Front brake ventilated disc 320mm
Rear brake ventilated disc 314mm
Smart key/button start
Central door lock driver's control
Immobilizer + deadlock
Leatherette dashboard
CO2 175
Euro Emissions
NOX N/A
CC 2199
Compression Ratio N/A
Cylinder Layout In - Line
Cylinders 4 Cylinder
Fuel Delivery Turbo
Number of Valves 465
Gears 8
Transmission Automatic
Combined 0.00
Urban 41.80
Extra Urban 40.70
Badge Engine CC 2199
Badge Power 200.00
NCAP Rating
Vehicle Homologation Class N/A
0 to 60 mph (Sec) 7.45
0 to 62 mph (Sec) 7.70
Engine BHP 200.00
Engine KW
Engine PS 1810
Engine Torque 440.00
Top Speed 140
Front Tyres 225/45 R18
Rear Tyres 225/45 R18
Spare Tyre TYRE REPAIR KIT
Height 1400
Length 4685
Wheel Base 2835
Width 1850
Fuel Tank Size 60.00
Weight 2275
Roof Load Limit
Towing Weight Braked 1810
Towing Weight Unbraked 0
Number Of Seats 5

Ten Second Review

If you'd like a premium badged mid-sized sports estate that's just that little bit different, Genesis would like you to consider this G70 Shooting Brake. It's beautifully built, surprisingly sporty, good to look at and very nice to ride in. And there's a class leading customer service promise. Interested yet?

Background

To succeed, Korean maker Genesis has to create premium products that are just that little bit different. Well this is different - a bit anyway; the G70 Shooting Brake. 'Shooting Brake' is a term the industry occasionally uses for a sportily styled estate, usually mid-sized like this one. There's only one other similarly badged car on the market, the Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake, which will probably be seen as this Korean car's most obvious competitor. This is a newer design than the G70 saloon and, unlike that sedan, this estate variant has been engineered exclusively for the European market, the only place where it will be sold. That's allowed the Genesis brand's German-based engineers to create a ride and handling balance much better suited to the preferences of our continent. Sounds promising.

Driving Experience

Other Genesis models for Europe aren't much changed from those that must plough the billiard-smooth highways of the Middle East or the Americas, but this one has suspension and steering bespoke-designed for European roads. You'll have to pay more if you want all the tools developed at the Nurburgring to make it perform like a proper fast German-brand premium sports estate; stuff like a limited slip differential, uprated Brembo brakes, a sports exhaust and sticky Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tyres. But if you can stretch to a variant with all these things, you'll find it a surprisingly enjoyable steer. The engine range at present is quite restricted and, surprisingly, ignores all of the hybrid powertrain tech that Genesis had access to through the Hyundai Motor Group. An EV version may be along shortly but to start with, there are just two very conventional four cylinder units; a 2.2-litre diesel with 197bhp. And a 2.0-litre petrol variant with either 194bhp or 241bhp. The latter delivers a sub-6.5 seconds 0-62 mph sprint time. All must use the usual Genesis 8-speed auto gearbox. The whole confection is based on the underpinnings of the Kia Stinger, but unfortunately, our market doesn't get that car's potent 3.3-litre V6 turbo petrol unit.

Design and Build

In its own way, the G70 Shooting Brake is quite a striking-looking thing, with European styling touches, sweeping C-pillars, a floating rear spoiler and a neat set of split tail lights. There's also a large G-Matrix grille and the kind of low line bonnet you usually get with the longitudinal engine and rear wheel drive format this car employs. As the name suggests, what's on offer here is part-hatch and part-estate, with a dash of coupe thrown in. As with all current Genesis models, the cabin's quite appealing too. You get rich materials, the expected big centre screen and, with the optional 'Innovation Pack', clever 'stereoscopic' 3D digital instruments on a 12.3-inch display that offers rear camera images when you indicate left or right. The same pack also gives you a head-up display. The seats are broad and comfortable. The rear part of the cabin could do with a bit more legroom. But the 465-litre boot is decently shaped and when the rear bench is folded extends to 1,565-litres. That's 55-litres more than you get in a BMW 3 Series Touring. And 135-litres more than the G70 saloon.

Market and Model

Think in terms of a premium of around £1,800 over the G70 saloon. Shooting Brake prices start at just over £35,000 for the 2.0-litre petrol version - or from around £38,000 for the 2.2-litre diesel. Either way, there are three trim levels - 'Premium', 'Luxury' (around £1,600 more) and 'Sport' (around £4,000 more). These prices are comparable with the entry-level figures for cars like Audi's A4 Avant, BMW's 3 Series Touring or the Mercedes C-Class Estate, but with those models, you'll need to spend a lot more to get a comparable level of equipment to that fitted with the G70 Shooting Brake. Just about everything you can imagine is fitted as standard. Genesis doesn't have a network of UK dealerships. Instead, everything is done via so-called Genesis 'Studios' - which will be shopfronts in upmarket shopping centres. One has already been opened in London and others will follow. But you don't have to go to one of those. You simply connect with Genesis online, then you'll be allocated your own Genesis Personal Assistant who'll take you through the sales process, from test drive to delivery - and they'll deal with after-care as well. This Assistant isn't won't be salaried on commission as an ordinary car salesperson would be, so you won't get any hard sell.

Cost of Ownership

In 2.2-litre diesel form, this G70 Shooting Brake is reasonably economic - quoted at 40.7-41.8mpg on the combined cycle with a CO2 best of 175g/km. With the 2.0-litre petrol engine, those readings fall to 31.6-33.1mpg, with a CO2 best of 193g/km. Insurance is rated at either 32A-39A for the petrol and 37A to 38A for the diesel. Every Genesis is covered by a 5 year Care Plan which includes scheduled servicing for 5 years or 50,000 miles. With each service visit, Genesis will collect and return the car to your door. This also applies to any necessary work required, including warranty work. You simply contact your Genesis Personal Assistant to make it happen. Who can also arrange a courtesy car. The 5 year Care Plan also includes updates to in-car navigational maps. And there's complimentary subscription to Genesis Connected Services, which will allow you to access information services from your 'phone to digitally enhance your ownership experience.

Summary

Genesis is shooting for the stars in this segment with this estate, the stars in question primarily being the BMW 3 Series Touring, the Audi A4 Avant and the Mercedes C-Class Estate. To be frank, more realistic targets in this class lie with models like the Volvo V60 and the Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake. Maybe also, if you're being very left-field, Subaru's Levorg and the Peugeot 508 SW PSE. All these models are pretty desirable, but for a small select group of potential customers in this class, this G70 Shooting Brake might prove to be more desirable still. It looks good, handles well and is beautifully finished inside. An equally big draw will be the class leading level of customer service back-up. And relatively affordable prices. In the demerit column lies not particularly stellar levels of efficiency from the two conventional engines, but that issue might be addressed when Genesis broadens the powerplant line-up, a change which can't come soon enough. To succeed, Genesis needs to produce more slightly quirky cars like this. We think the right kind of buyer might quite enjoy this one.

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Electric power steering
Bluetooth connectivity with voice recognition
Rear parking sensors
Lane Following Assist (LFA)
E-call
eCall emergency call system
Highway Driving Assist (HDA)
Forward Collision Avoidance Assist Junction Turning (FCAJX)
Intelligent speed limit assist (ISLA)
Blind spot collision avoidance assist rear (BCA-R)
Manual speed limit assist (MSLA)
Lighting backup guidelines
Rear view camera with dynamic guidelines on screen
Electric rear tailgate opening
8" Dashboard cluster TFT display
Lane keeping assist (LKA)
SCC smart cruise control with stop and start
10.25" navi screen + DAB radio + phone mirroring + genesis connected
Electronically controlled suspension
Standard power engine
Without limited slip differential
Steering wheel audio remote control
Rain sensor
Rear wiper
Laminated front side glass
LED daytime running lights
LED rear combination lamp
Auto headlights
Body coloured outside door handles
Automatic window defogger
LED rear stop light
LED rear fog lamp
Windshield acoustic film
Auto up/down windows
Electrochromic outside rear view mirror
Outside electrical folding rear mirror
Electrochromic inside rear view mirror
Dual front LED low and high projection headlamps
Puddle lamps with logo
Outside rear mirrors electrical adjustment + heated
Standard appearance
Auto high beam + dusk sensor
Tow hitch receiver
Black painted single rear muffler and chrome coating
Rear side wing doors
Front headrests
Rear headrests
Heated steering wheel
Leather gear knob
Central armrest
3 seat bench in 2nd row
Paddle shifter
Drink holder at centre armrest
Console ventilation duct
Front air condition with dual zone adjustment
Premium air filter
Console storage box
Tilt/up and down headrest adjustment
2nd row heating floor output
Driver and passenger electric seat adjustment
Front power outlet
Standard pedals
USB charger front tray (1port)
USB charger console inside (1port)
USB charger console outside (1port)
1x USB front
Perforated leather with metal grain steering wheel
Soft paint interior garnish
Passenger dual height adjuster
Driver height adjuster
4 way mechanical electric lumbar support for driver
4:2:4 Split folding for rear seats
Front passenger seat
Rear door child safety locks
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Electronic parking brake with auto hold
3x3 point rear seat belts
Driver knee airbag
ABS + ESC + HAC + MCB (Multi Collision Brake)
Front center side airbag
Standard brakes
Rear seat alert without sensors
Front thorax and pelvis + rear thorax + side curtain (ff/rr) airbag
Driver and passenger depowered airbag
Upper and lower rear Isofix child anchor
Forward collision avoidance system (car/pedestrian/bicycle)
Front brake ventilated disc 320mm
Rear brake ventilated disc 314mm
Smart key/button start
Central door lock driver's control
Immobilizer + deadlock
Leatherette dashboard
CO2 175
Euro Emissions
NOX N/A
CC 2199
Compression Ratio N/A
Cylinder Layout In - Line
Cylinders 4 Cylinder
Fuel Delivery Turbo
Number of Valves 465
Gears 8
Transmission Automatic
Combined 0.00
Urban 41.80
Extra Urban 40.70
Badge Engine CC 2199
Badge Power 200.00
NCAP Rating
Vehicle Homologation Class N/A
0 to 60 mph (Sec) 7.45
0 to 62 mph (Sec) 7.70
Engine BHP 200.00
Engine KW
Engine PS 1810
Engine Torque 440.00
Top Speed 140
Front Tyres 225/45 R18
Rear Tyres 225/45 R18
Spare Tyre TYRE REPAIR KIT
Height 1400
Length 4685
Wheel Base 2835
Width 1850
Fuel Tank Size 60.00
Weight 2275
Roof Load Limit
Towing Weight Braked 1810
Towing Weight Unbraked 0
Number Of Seats 5

Ten Second Review

If you'd like a premium badged mid-sized sports estate that's just that little bit different, Genesis would like you to consider this G70 Shooting Brake. It's beautifully built, surprisingly sporty, good to look at and very nice to ride in. And there's a class leading customer service promise. Interested yet?

Background

To succeed, Korean maker Genesis has to create premium products that are just that little bit different. Well this is different - a bit anyway; the G70 Shooting Brake. 'Shooting Brake' is a term the industry occasionally uses for a sportily styled estate, usually mid-sized like this one. There's only one other similarly badged car on the market, the Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake, which will probably be seen as this Korean car's most obvious competitor. This is a newer design than the G70 saloon and, unlike that sedan, this estate variant has been engineered exclusively for the European market, the only place where it will be sold. That's allowed the Genesis brand's German-based engineers to create a ride and handling balance much better suited to the preferences of our continent. Sounds promising.

Driving Experience

Other Genesis models for Europe aren't much changed from those that must plough the billiard-smooth highways of the Middle East or the Americas, but this one has suspension and steering bespoke-designed for European roads. You'll have to pay more if you want all the tools developed at the Nurburgring to make it perform like a proper fast German-brand premium sports estate; stuff like a limited slip differential, uprated Brembo brakes, a sports exhaust and sticky Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tyres. But if you can stretch to a variant with all these things, you'll find it a surprisingly enjoyable steer. The engine range at present is quite restricted and, surprisingly, ignores all of the hybrid powertrain tech that Genesis had access to through the Hyundai Motor Group. An EV version may be along shortly but to start with, there are just two very conventional four cylinder units; a 2.2-litre diesel with 197bhp. And a 2.0-litre petrol variant with either 194bhp or 241bhp. The latter delivers a sub-6.5 seconds 0-62 mph sprint time. All must use the usual Genesis 8-speed auto gearbox. The whole confection is based on the underpinnings of the Kia Stinger, but unfortunately, our market doesn't get that car's potent 3.3-litre V6 turbo petrol unit.

Design and Build

In its own way, the G70 Shooting Brake is quite a striking-looking thing, with European styling touches, sweeping C-pillars, a floating rear spoiler and a neat set of split tail lights. There's also a large G-Matrix grille and the kind of low line bonnet you usually get with the longitudinal engine and rear wheel drive format this car employs. As the name suggests, what's on offer here is part-hatch and part-estate, with a dash of coupe thrown in. As with all current Genesis models, the cabin's quite appealing too. You get rich materials, the expected big centre screen and, with the optional 'Innovation Pack', clever 'stereoscopic' 3D digital instruments on a 12.3-inch display that offers rear camera images when you indicate left or right. The same pack also gives you a head-up display. The seats are broad and comfortable. The rear part of the cabin could do with a bit more legroom. But the 465-litre boot is decently shaped and when the rear bench is folded extends to 1,565-litres. That's 55-litres more than you get in a BMW 3 Series Touring. And 135-litres more than the G70 saloon.

Market and Model

Think in terms of a premium of around £1,800 over the G70 saloon. Shooting Brake prices start at just over £35,000 for the 2.0-litre petrol version - or from around £38,000 for the 2.2-litre diesel. Either way, there are three trim levels - 'Premium', 'Luxury' (around £1,600 more) and 'Sport' (around £4,000 more). These prices are comparable with the entry-level figures for cars like Audi's A4 Avant, BMW's 3 Series Touring or the Mercedes C-Class Estate, but with those models, you'll need to spend a lot more to get a comparable level of equipment to that fitted with the G70 Shooting Brake. Just about everything you can imagine is fitted as standard. Genesis doesn't have a network of UK dealerships. Instead, everything is done via so-called Genesis 'Studios' - which will be shopfronts in upmarket shopping centres. One has already been opened in London and others will follow. But you don't have to go to one of those. You simply connect with Genesis online, then you'll be allocated your own Genesis Personal Assistant who'll take you through the sales process, from test drive to delivery - and they'll deal with after-care as well. This Assistant isn't won't be salaried on commission as an ordinary car salesperson would be, so you won't get any hard sell.

Cost of Ownership

In 2.2-litre diesel form, this G70 Shooting Brake is reasonably economic - quoted at 40.7-41.8mpg on the combined cycle with a CO2 best of 175g/km. With the 2.0-litre petrol engine, those readings fall to 31.6-33.1mpg, with a CO2 best of 193g/km. Insurance is rated at either 32A-39A for the petrol and 37A to 38A for the diesel. Every Genesis is covered by a 5 year Care Plan which includes scheduled servicing for 5 years or 50,000 miles. With each service visit, Genesis will collect and return the car to your door. This also applies to any necessary work required, including warranty work. You simply contact your Genesis Personal Assistant to make it happen. Who can also arrange a courtesy car. The 5 year Care Plan also includes updates to in-car navigational maps. And there's complimentary subscription to Genesis Connected Services, which will allow you to access information services from your 'phone to digitally enhance your ownership experience.

Summary

Genesis is shooting for the stars in this segment with this estate, the stars in question primarily being the BMW 3 Series Touring, the Audi A4 Avant and the Mercedes C-Class Estate. To be frank, more realistic targets in this class lie with models like the Volvo V60 and the Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake. Maybe also, if you're being very left-field, Subaru's Levorg and the Peugeot 508 SW PSE. All these models are pretty desirable, but for a small select group of potential customers in this class, this G70 Shooting Brake might prove to be more desirable still. It looks good, handles well and is beautifully finished inside. An equally big draw will be the class leading level of customer service back-up. And relatively affordable prices. In the demerit column lies not particularly stellar levels of efficiency from the two conventional engines, but that issue might be addressed when Genesis broadens the powerplant line-up, a change which can't come soon enough. To succeed, Genesis needs to produce more slightly quirky cars like this. We think the right kind of buyer might quite enjoy this one.

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