June 25, 2024
SUVs & Crossovers

The concept of Genesis Neolun evolving into an electric SUV called GV90, according to reports

The Korean Car Blog has a plethora of information regarding the upcoming models in the Genesis lineup over the next few years. The highlight of the news revolves around the Neolun concept that Genesis revealed at the New York Auto Show. This concept is set to evolve into the GV90 flagship SUV in early 2026, which will be an all-electric model. Genesis has made a commitment to producing only electric vehicles for new models post-2025.

TKCB has reported that the GV90 will be the inaugural vehicle to roll out of the Hyundai Group’s new electric vehicle plant in Ulsan, Korea. Initially positioned as a luxury segment vehicle, Genesis successfully advocated for the GV90 to be elevated to compete with the likes of the Bentley Bentayga, Range Rover, and Rolls-Royce Cullinan. This strategic move follows Genesis’ focus on ultra-luxurious vehicles, as seen in the Genesis X Convertible concept and the launch of the One of One program in Dubai last year.

During the unveiling of the Neolun concept in New York, attention was drawn to unique features such as coach doors, a large flexible infotainment screen, and swiveling front seats. Genesis hinted that some of these design elements could make it to production, with coach doors being a standout feature. It is speculated that a limited-edition trim of the GV90, featuring coach doors and exclusive enhancements, will be released shortly after the standard model’s launch in the U.S. around June 2026.

The innovative coach doors are made possible by Hyundai’s new electric vehicle platform called “eM” and its advanced electrical architecture and modular motors. This platform will replace the current e-GMP platform, enabling a host of cutting-edge features like autonomous driving, OTA updates, and AI-supported battery diagnostics. Hyundai’s in-house battery development will benefit the eM architecture, which is set to utilize state-of-the-art CtP battery technology for improved efficiency and performance.

Industry estimates suggest that Hyundai Group will offer nine battery variants and five motor types, with the GV90 expected to be equipped with a 113.2-kWh battery pack. Following the GV90’s launch, TKCB predicts the arrival of the second-generation battery-electric GV80 in late 2026 or early 2027, with production slated to commence in Q2 2026.


1. Will the GV90 be available in other markets apart from the U.S.?
Genesis is expected to roll out the GV90 globally, catering to various markets beyond the United States.

2. What sets the GV90 apart from other luxury SUVs?
The GV90 aims to redefine luxury in the SUV segment by offering cutting-edge features, advanced technology, and a unique design language that sets it apart from competitors.


The future looks bright for Genesis as it ventures into the realm of electric vehicles with the GV90 and GV80 models. With a focus on luxury, innovation, and sustainability, Genesis is poised to make a significant impact in the automotive industry with its upcoming electric offerings.

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