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Here’s What’s New in the Genesis GV70 2026

The Genesis GV70 is leveling up for the 2026 model year, bringing a fresh, tech-savvy update to the luxury SUV market.

The star of the show is the impressive 27-inch OLED dashboard screen, transforming the cabin into a digital command center. This high-tech SUV is a dream for tech enthusiasts looking for the ultimate connected driving experience.

Inside the 2026 Genesis GV70, technology takes center stage. The massive OLED display integrates media control and driver information into one seamless interface, providing crystal-clear visuals and responsive touch controls. Complementing the digital display are sophisticated mood lighting and a futuristic touch-sensitive air conditioning system, enhancing both functionality and ambiance.

Externally, the GV70 will feature a redesigned front with a sleek grille and enlarged air intakes, giving it a more aggressive and modern look.


The back isn’t left out either, with updated tail lights that include integrated turn signals. The new Sport model amps up the style with massive air intakes and bold 21-inch wheels, ready to make a statement on the road.

Under the hood, details are still under wraps, but the current lineup includes a potent 2.5-liter turbocharged engine and a beefier 3.5-liter option. A battery-electric variant is also available for those looking to combine luxury with eco-friendliness.

Genesis is clearly making a move in the tech arms race seen in automotive design, taking cues from sister brands Kia and Hyundai. The introduction of expansive, interactive screens is a trend that’s reshaping the dashboard of tomorrow.

The launch details for the 2026 GV70 in the U.S. are still forthcoming, but we can expect a slight price increase from its current starting point around $46,500. This tech-laden SUV will debut in Korea shortly, with American drivers needing to wait a little longer to see it on local roads.

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