GV70: The second of Genesis' planned crossovers is expected to ride on the same rear-/all-wheel-drive platform as the G70 sedan and use a 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo and an optional 3.3-liter twin-turbo. Hybrid or plug-in hybrid versions are possible. A GV70 crossover would quickly follow the larger GV80. If the GV80 arrives on schedule in the late-2019, early-2020 time frame, the GV70 could come a couple of months later.
GV80: Genesis unveiled the GV80 concept as a fuel cell vehicle at the 2017 New York auto show. It's slated to be the first crossover added to the brand's utility-starved lineup. Global brand chief Manfred Fitzgerald told Automotive News in March that the three-row crossover could come at the end of 2019 or early 2020. Fuel cell or plug-in hybrid versions could be in store.
Third crossover: A mystery "CUV" listing was included in a product pipeline that Hyundai showed reporters last year in Korea. It could join the lineup in 2021.