Viewed from the front, the G70 Shooting Brake displays a real presence. The signature Crest Grille is set lower than the Quad Lamps which spread outward, evoking a sprinter’s pre-race posture and highlighting the model’s athletic design.
The Quad Lamps, which represent the epitome of Genesis' design identity, extend to the surface of the hatch to create a unique impression.
The combination of a single-piece glass hatch and an integrated spoiler enhance its elegant appeal. The hatch hinge is positioned forward to maximize the space for easy access to the cavernous and versatile boot space.
When viewed from the side, the combination of the single-piece glass hatch that extends to the rear and the “floating type” integral spoiler, create a sleek and sinuous presence. This coupe style design communicates the G70 Shooting Brake’s athletic intent.
The interior features a driver-focused design resembling the cockpit of a fighter jet. As the boot space is 40 percent larger than that of the G70 saloon, and its rear seat can be folded at a ratio of 40:20:40, it is flexible enough to cope with whatever your lifestyle throws at it.
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1 Vehicles will be available in November 2021.
2 Fuel consumption for the Genesis G70 Shooting Brake 2.0T Plus 8AT AWD (245 PS) petrol, 8-speed gearbox (combined according to WLTP): 9.3 - 9.6 l/100 km; CO2 emissions (combined according to WLTP): 212 - 217 g/km. Fuel consumption for the Genesis G70 Shooting Brake 2.2 8AT AWD (200 PS) diesel, 8-speed gearbox (combined according to WLTP): 7.3 - 7.5 l/100 km; CO2 emissions (combined according to WLTP): 191 - 196 g/km. The fuel consumption and emission values shown on the Genesis website are based on the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP). For vehicles newly type-approved since January 1, 2021, the official data only exists according to WLTP. Further information on the WLTP measurement procedure can be found at https://www.genesis.com/de/en/wltp.html.