European Genesis GV60s Will Use Facial Recognition Tech

Hyundai Motor Company is responsible for some of the best SUV models on the market today. The South Korean automaker produces several segment leaders across its portfolio of brands. It’s the parent company of Kia and Genesis. Genesis is rapidly gaining popularity in the luxury SUV vehicle segment. Its electric luxury SUV is receiving stellar reviews. The latest version of the European Genesis GV60 will include innovative tech features straight out of action and sci-fi movies.

The Genesis GV60 includes features that would make a Bond car jealous

James Bond is a character created by writer Ian Fleming. Bond is a British spy that regularly saves the world and enjoys the occasional martini (shaken, not stirred). The spy is also known to have the coolest gear and gadgets, including automobiles.

Bond often drives British sports cars armed to the teeth and equipped with features like ejector seats, oil spouts, and even an invisibility cloak. The South Korean Genesis GV60 may not be as extreme as most Bond cars, but it still has some features that are worthy of a super spy.

Motor1 claims that the Genesis GV60 will be the company’s first vehicle in Europe that uses facial recognition technology. GV60 models produced for America can already include this exciting new feature. Facial recognition may not be quite as cool as a retinal scan, but it’s still pretty groundbreaking. The question is, why would you want a vehicle with a facial recognition feature?

The GV60’s facial recognition feature adds an enhanced sense of exclusivity to GV60 ownership. This feature also limits the likelihood of theft (unless you have a twin). Facial recognition also allows the owner to open the driver’s side door without a key. The Genesis GV60 is making lots of noise in the luxury EV space because it offers incredible value for the money.

How much does the Genesis GV60 cost?

A green 2023 Genesis GV60 small electric SUV is parked.
The 2023 Genesis GV60 | Genesis

The 2023 Genesis GV60 starts at $59,290. It comes in two different trims: the Advanced and the Performance trim. The Performance trim starts at $69,290.

The GV60 may seem pricey, but it has impressive specs and standard features. The base model gets 235 miles of driving range. It has a maximum driving range of 248 miles.

Genesis’ small electric SUV comes standard with a wireless phone charger, heated steering wheel, and a fingerprint authentication system. It also includes smart cruise control with stop-and-go, artificial leather seats, and heated seats.

Should you get a 2023 Genesis GV60?

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The 2023 Genesis GV60 is one of the best small luxury electric SUV options on the market. It shares many traits with its cousin, the Hyundai Ioniq 5. The Ioniq 5 is the World Car of the Year for 2022. Think of the GV60 as a more upscale version of the Ioniq 5 for the luxury market.

The GV60 makes 314 horsepower and 446 lb-ft of torque. Its driving dynamics and standard features are deserving of a chef’s kiss from automotive enthusiasts. Car and Driver ranks it as the second-best in its segment, behind the more expensive BMW iX.