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News 2022 Genesis G70 Priced From $45,000 In Canada

2022 Genesis G70 Priced From $45,000 In Canada

The award-winning Genesis G70 sport sedan gets a mid-cycle refresh


  • The ’22 G70 gets a makeover to match the remainder of the family.

  • As always, pricing includes all delivery and destination fees.

  • V6 models can be reserved now while turbocharged 4-cylinder iterations can be pre-ordered in June.


Almost instantly, the Genesis G70 found praise from the automotive media. With a dynamic chassis, strong engines and, at first, a RWD 6-speed manual version, it had all the workings to become a strong competitor to the established German set. For 2022, it gains the brand’s signature look.

The 2022 Genesis G70 will feature Hyundai’s luxury make’s Crest Grille along with the now distinctive twin lines from the quad LED lamps both upfront and in the rear. Other changes will include an available variable exhaust valve system and Sport+ drive mode while inside the cabin, the G70 will feature an all-new standard 10.25-inch touchscreen display.

2022 Genesis G70 Redesign
2022 Genesis G70 Redesign | Photo: Genesis

“The newly redesigned 2022 Genesis G70 sport sedan is our most dynamic vehicle ever,” said Mark Del Rosso, President & CEO of Genesis Motor North America. “With its bold new design and refined performance, we are looking forward to getting the new G70 into our customers’ driveways.”

The 2022 G70 will be powered by either a turbocharged 2.0-litre 4-cylinder with 252 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque or a 3.3-litre twin-turbocharged V6 with 365 horsepower and 376 lb-ft of torque. Both are mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission and Genesis’ AWD system.

The Canadian pricing structure will look as follows:

G70 2.0T Select – $45,000

G70 2.0T Advanced – $48,500

G70 2.0T Prestige – $53,500

G70 3.3T Advanced – $54,500

G70 3.3T Sport – $59,000

G70 3.3T Launch Edition – $61,000

2022 Genesis G70 | Photo: Genesis

2022 Genesis G70 | Photo: Genesis

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