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You can find 38 different trims/engines for the Genesis G70 and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.

The years available stretch from 2019 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.

The Genesis G70 is a 4-door compact executive sedan made by the Korean luxury automaker owned by Hyundai Motor Company.

Genesis revealed the G70 on September 15th, 2017 at Seoul’s Olympic Park. It was the third model brought forward by Genesis and designed to compete with the smaller end saloon and Sedans.

In 2019, it was voted North America’s car of the year. This G70 was many years in development before the first concept car debuted at the New York International Auto Show. Designed by Peter Schreyer (a German engineer who also created the Kia Stringer), the G70 shares a number of configuration similarities with its sister vehicles, G80 and G90 where they share the unique Genesis grille.

This G70 is fitted with LED daytime running lights, a soft-touch plastic interior, 3 large knobs for climate control and an 8-inch touch screen. Genesis used the word ‘Athletic’ to describe the styling and included a 15-speaker system with Apple Car Play and Android Auto.

A2020 facelift saw a new front bumper, newly styled grille and rear bumper along with more modernized taillights. The station wagon version was released in 2021, produced exclusively for the European market and carried the nameplate ‘Shooting Brake.’ The main difference with this vehicle was the large restyled boot.

Variations available were a 2-liter turbo gasoline engine or a 2.2-liter diesel. The G70 was released for the first time in South Korea in 2022. For the safety measures; ‘moderate overlap frontal-offset, side-impact and roof strength’ the G70 scored ‘good’ overall.

NCAP awarded it 5 stars, scoring an impressive 134.4 points, broken down as adult safety – 89%, child safety 87% and pedestrian safety 76%.