Talking car: 2023 Genesis GV60 charging notification

Hot on the heels of the Cadillac Lyriq's pricing, Genesis has announced the cost for its own luxury electric crossover. The 2023 Genesis GV60 will be extremely competitive, with a lower base price, if not lower across the board. The base model is the Advanced AWD, and it starts at $59,980, about $3,000 less than the Cadillac. At 314 horsepower, it's barely less power than the Caddy, plus it has all-wheel drive rather than rear-wheel drive. If the power sounds familiar, that's because it's basically the same motor setup as the all-wheel-drive Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6 (not including the upcoming EV6 GT). Range comes in at 248 miles, which is less than either the Hyundai or Kia with the same powertrain. It's also less than the base Cadillac's 312-mile range. #genesis #genesisgv60 #2023genesisgv60

Video Transcript

JOHN SNYDER: Hello, there. John Snyder Autoblog here. And in front of me is the Genesis GV60 electric crossover. And I'm about to plug it in for a little bit of a charge. So to do that-- it thinks I'm getting in-- not getting in. So you open that. Press on that to open it up. And there it is.

Now I'm going to plug this in. And when I do, it will give me an audio cue as to whether it's actually charging, or if it's scheduled to charge. So I plug that in.

- Charge has started.

JOHN SNYDER: Thank you very much, car. Now, you can turn the volume on that down so you don't freak out your dog at night when you get home and wake up the baby-- just a little tip. But anyway, there it is. Thanks for watching.