New Genesis G70 Shooting Brake prices and specs revealed
November 22, 2021 by
Pricing for the Genesis G70 shooting brake has been revealed. Read on for all you need to know about this posh estate.
- Genesis G70 Shooting Brake pricing revealed
- Costs from £35,250
- Estate version of G70 saloon
- Swoopy styling
- Luxury-oriented interior
- Diesel and petrol engines offered
This is the Genesis G70 Shooting Brake — a sleek estate version of the G70 saloon.
Offering a left-field alternative to the BMW 3-Series Touring and Mercedes C-Class estate, it’s set to go on sale early next year and will cost from £35,250.
New Genesis G70 Shooting Brake price and release date
The new Genesis G70 Shooting Brake is set to do on sale from early next year, with prices starting at £35,250 for the Premium model.
The Luxury model starts at £40,250 and the top-of-the-range Sport trim is £41,430.
New Genesis G70 Shooting Brake design
There’s not much change in the design of the Genesis G70 Shooting Brake compared with the saloon. It has the same front end design with split headlights and an almost identical diamond-shaped front grille.
At the back of the Genesis G70 Shooting Brake, you’ll spot the four-way split taillights, with the Shooting Brake getting a higher roofline than the saloon as a result of its estate body shape.
It has a pretty swoopy profile for an estate though, taking inspiration from traditional coupe-based shooting brakes.
New Genesis G70 Shooting Brake interior and infotainment
The interior of the Genesis G70 Shooting Brake mimics the saloon — albeit 40% more boot space. That means leather pretty much everywhere, along with a 10.25-inch infotainment display on top of the dashboard.
The new Genesis G70 Shooting Brake is split into 3 trim levels: Premium, Luxury and Sport. Base spec Premium cars come with a 10.25-inch infotainment system with DAB radio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. You also get electric leather seats, blind spot monitoring and LED headlights as standard.
Moving up to Luxury spec, you get a heated steering wheel and heated seats, Sport models add some racy looking metallic pedals. Other available options include a sunroof, soft nappa leather and a premium sound system.
New Genesis G70 Shooting Brake engines
All variants of the new Genesis G70 Shooting Brake are offered with either a 2.0 turbocharged petrol engine or a 2.2 litre Diesel. The petrol engine in the Premium model makes 194hp, whereas in the Luxury and Sport it makes 241hp. There is only one diesel engine, and it makes 197hp.
All G70 Shooting Brake’s are fitted with an 8-speed automatic gearbox, plus Sport models get a limited slip differential for a more engaging driving experience. Adaptive suspension is also available as an option.