Genesis GV60 and GV70 outside the building - front view

Goodwood Festival of Speed 2024

Glorious Goodwood

The world-famous Goodwood Festival of Speed is a special event for Genesis, it's where we were launched. 2024 was our biggest festival yet, with the UK debut of the high performance Magma range. The dynamic debut of the GV60 Magma was crowned with the announcement that the model will enter production in 2025.

Blue Genesis G80 in front of a building at an outdoor event
GoodwGoodwood Event - Visitors next to Genesis G90 white

The legendary Hillclimb

The 1.16-mile hillclimb was the perfect location for the global dynamic debut of the GV60 Magma. To get the most out of the model we had none other than Genesis Brand Partner and six-time Le Mans winner Jacky Ickx behind the wheel. Also taking on the famous climb were the G80 EV Magma Concept, G70 Track Taxi Nordschleife and GV80 Coupe Concept.

The legs of a man next to a white Genesis G90

Three dynamic debuts

The GV60 Magma Concept was among several vehicles within the Genesis Magma program showcased at last year’s Goodwood. Regular festivalgoers might recognise the Genesis G80 EV Magma Concept, which made its global dynamic debut on the Goodwood hillclimb in 2023. New this year was the Genesis G70 Track Taxi Nordschleife. This enhanced G70 3.3T model has been designed specifically for passenger rides at the legendary Nürburgring track in Germany. The hillclimb was the first time it was seen in action in the UK.

  • Illustrations show optional equipment that may be subject to surcharge. The technical features and trims of the described or depicted vehicles throughout our website are examples only. They may not be standard or available for all engines styles, may vary in specific countries and are subject to change at any time.

  • *Based on combined CO2 emissions.

  • **For more information on official fuel/power consumption and CO2 emission data for new cars, please refer to the “Guide on the Fuel Economy, CO2 Emissions and Power Consumption of All New Passenger Car Models Offered for Sale on the German Market” published free of charge by DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH, Hellmuth-Hirth-Straße 1, D-73760 Ostfildern, Germany,
    The consumption and emission values shown on the Genesis website are based on the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP). Further information on the WLTP  measurement procedures can be found at

  • ***The stated electric range was determined according to the legally prescribed WLTP measurement procedure (Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Test Procedure). The data does not refer to an individual vehicle and is not part of the offer. The actual range may vary depending on, among other things, individual driving behavior, additional equipment and accessories (add-on parts, tyre format, etc.), charge, rolling resistance, topology, outside temperature and aerodynamics. These values were determined after the battery was fully charged.

  • Genesis Electrified G80 Luxury 272 kW (370 PS) - electric energy consumption combined: 19.1 kwh/100 km; CO₂-emissions combined: 0 g/km; CO₂-class combined*: A; (according to WLTP)**
    electric range based on a full charge (combined): 520 km***

  • Genesis GV60 - electric energy consumption combined: 17.0 - 19.1 kWh /100 km; CO₂-emissions combined 0 g/km; CO₂-class combined*: A; (according to WLTP)**
    electric range based on a full charge (combined): 517 - 466 km***