If you’re looking for a large luxury sedan, don’t walk, run to Gregory Genesis in Highland Park outside Chicago. Because this is one of the best luxury cars in production. The new Genesis G90 has only been in production a few years, but it’s quickly winning hearts and minds with its exquisite cabin, refined ride, and elegant appearance. And now that it’s been refreshed for the 2020 model year, it’s even better than ever. Just take a look and take a ride and we think you’ll agree.
Step Inside to Get Away from It All
Sit down, close the door, and let your worries melt away. This large luxury sedan seats five in a beautiful cocoon of luxury and refinement. Everything is made to pamper you, especially the 22-way power adjustable driver’s seat. Each seat is a paragon of comfort and support, making every trip, no matter how short or long, a breeze. Wide doors and expansive legroom make getting in and out almost as easy as walking. Nappa leather seats wrap the seats in refined softness and match the rest of the impressive materials. And you won’t find a hard surface anywhere throughout the cabin.
Start the engine and let the purr of the engine wash over you. Under the hood, there’s a 365-horsepower twin-turbocharged V6 engine, or a 420-horsepower V8 engine if you’ve opted for more power. Both engines are strong, powerful, and refined. Very little highway or exterior wind penetrates the serenity of the Genesis G90 cabin. Special wheels absorb bumps in the road. The only thing left to do is to let the miles tick by, which the G90 does with aplomb and appetite.
Slip Into an Entertainment Bubble
Look up and you immediately notice the large 12.3-inch touchscreen. They don’t make ‘em much bigger. The controls are intuitive, and we appreciate the rotary knob in the center console for a retro feel with the convenience of a modern touch. If you have your smartphone on hand—and who doesn’t these days?—you’ll enjoy Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, newly standard for 2020. Round out the technological features with additional standard features that include navigation, a 17-speaker premium stereo, wireless device charging, proximity keyless entry, and a sunroof.
We’ve already mentioned the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto moving into the ranks of standard features. There’s also new driver assistance features, that now include forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, automatic emergency braking, driver attention monitoring, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, and lane change assist, adaptive headlights, adaptive cruise control, surround-view parking camera system, and head-up display. Most exciting of all, the Genesis G90 had an exterior makeover for 2020. Come into a Gregory Genesis and see for yourself.