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You can find 84 different trims/engines for the Genesis GV80 and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.

The years available stretch from 2020 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.

The GV80 is a mid-size luxury crossover manufactured by Korean car maker Genesis (the premium division of Hyundai which also produces the GV60 and G70).

The release of this vehicle was hinted at by Hyundai in the October of 2019 with sales beginning in January 2020.

It was the first SUV brought out by Genesis and the result of a combined effort between the Korean, European and American teams.

The GV80 was created predominantly as a rear-wheel drive and was made out of lightweight materials as found in the doors, hood and tailgate.

There were initially three powertrains available 2.5-liter 300 hp, 3.5-liter 375 hp and a 3-liter turbodiesel producing 274 hp (the diesel was only available for a select few markets).

Its safety features included 10 airbags, forward collision avoidance, reverse collision avoidance assist and an automatic high beam.

An American version (November 2020) had rear-wheel drive as standard with the all-wheel drive only available on the 3.5-liter V6.

Genesis stopped delivery of the GV80 due to a widespread recall of the diesel-powered models. Customers were reporting engine vibrations due to a carbon build-up. In total 8,783 engines were involved since the launch and in total 8 recalls were made.

The GV80 received some more unwanted press when Tiger Woods crashed his own model in the accident that landed him in hospital, and basketball player Terrence Clarke was driving his GV80 when he was killed whilst not wearing his seat belt.

In 2020 global sales totaled 43,158 and in 2021 units sold reached a new record of 48,072.