2023 Genesis GV60 Review: Sprightly and Stately

The GV60’s look is youthful without being too over-the-top.

Andrew Krok/CNET

Hyundai Motor Group managed to strike gold three times in a row. The Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6 are both brilliant midsize electric crossovers with unique styling and fun driving dynamics. Surely Korea can’t develop a third car on the same platform that stands out enough to warrant attention, right? Wrong. The 2023 Genesis GV60 is that third car, and it rocks.


  • Killer aesthetics inside and out

  • Drives wonderfully

  • Better-than-expected efficiency

Don’t like

  • Touchy brakes

  • Tires get overwhelmed easily

  • Small car, big price tag

The GV60 immediately pulls me in thanks to its styling. Smooth lines are the name of the game here, a contrast to its sharply angled siblings. My tester is clad in a $575 coat of white paint, which does make it look like an egg, but a cool egg. Genesis’ giant-ass maw is lower on the front fascia than on its gas cars, but it’s still there, and the dual-layer headlights and taillights also help keep the GV60’s…

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