AUTO REVIEW: 2023 Genesis G90 Is … Everything!

By Marc D. Grasso

 Genesis G90
The 2023 Genesis G90 (Marc Grasso/Boston Herald/TNS)

(Boston Herald/TNS) — The redesigned 2023 Genesis G90 E-Supercharger is one of the most exquisite vehicles on the market today.

Road noise is nonexistent, as the G90 boasts BMW- and Mercedes-type luxuries that deafen the noise significantly. With a base price tag of just under $100K, the Genesis G90 hands-down offers the most bang for the buck in the upscale luxury market. As the curves and sightlines are very good, the name plate still is a Hyundai Motor America product. The Genesis G90 is here and is a huge player in the upscale luxury market.

Self-closing doors, massaging seats, heads-up display and the 3.5T E-supercharger AWD packs a 3.5 Liter twin-turbo V-6 with an electric supercharger. Pushing 409 horsepower and 405 lb-ft of torque, the G90 means business. A great luxury cruiser to be chauffeured in or one that you drive daily, the S-class and 7-series are shaking in their boots as the Genesis will do some damage to their sales figures. I saw no lag in getting up to speed nor a struggle with braking as the G90 exceeds 6,100 pounds.

With all of the bells and whistles, the G90 has Genesis standard features as well that make it even more popular. Taking hints from Rolls-Royce and Bentley, we notice an array of upscale luxury standard features that only you can enjoy by either riding or driving. These include rear window shades, automatic door close when you step on the brake to start the car, exterior automatic door close and more. The seats deliver their own wow factor with ultra comfortable leather and nicely accented wood trim.

Keeping upscale brands like Mercedes and BMW on their toes is Genesis’ top priority, all while delivering a great experience to the consumer.

2023 Genesis G90

MSRP: $98,700

MPG: 17 city / 24 highway / 19.8 combined

As Tested: $100,370

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