Genesis' second crossover, the compact GV70, joined the Korean luxury brand's growing lineup this year. The 2022 GV70, which has standard all-wheel drive, has two engine choices: a 2.5-liter turbo with 300 hp and 311 pound-feet of torque or a 3.5-liter twin-turbo with 375 hp and 391 pound-feet of torque. Here's a roundup of snippets of GV70 reviews from the automotive media.
"Our test drive was limited to the top-shelf 3.5T Sport Prestige trim. While we didn't make use of the optional differential to swing the tail wide, we did find ourselves hammering through the extremely tight and twisty canyon roads just east of Malibu. Sport Plus drive mode increases steering effort, amps up the powertrain, and stiffens the adaptive dampers, giving the GV70 the impression of a credible performer. The 375-hp V-6 proved quite willing, but the chassis and all-season tires are happier coddling passengers than they are cornering at the limit."
— Derek Powell, Car and Driver