The GV80 is a fantastic luxury SUV, and Genesis enhanced the family with the trendy GV80 Coupe back in September. It has sleeker rear-end styling, light upgrades to the interior, and some fresh exterior elements—and now we know how much it costs: $81,300.

That ain’t exactly a bargain for a GV80 with less trunk space. The 2025 GV80 starts at just $60,050 by comparison, which is a whopping $22,000 premium for the “coupe.”

2024 Genesis GV80 Coupe

That’s an even harder pill to swallow when you look at some of the other coupe SUVs out there. A base Q5 Sportback is $53,395, the BMW X4 starts at $55,995, and the Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe is $58,150.

Here’s how they compare side-by-side:

Model Base Price
Genesis GV80 Coupe $81,300
Audi Q5 Sportback $53,395
BMW X4 $55,995
Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe $58,150

It’s worth stating the obvious, though: The GV80 Coupe has more power and more standard features than its competitors. Its standard (in the US) twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6 makes 375 horsepower and 391 pound-feet, while it also has a huge 27.0-inch touchscreen that dwarfs every alternative. If you want that kind of power or tech from the Germans, you’ll have to upgrade to the pricier AMG, S, and M models.

Other standard features include an electronically adaptive suspension with a Road Preview function, an electronic limited-slip differential, 20-inch wheels, and a bevy of active safety features like lane-centering and adaptive cruise control.

There’s also a more potent version of the GV80 Coupe—the 3.5 e-Supercharger model—that slaps an electric supercharger onto the V-6 for a whopping 409 hp and 405 lb-ft. That version comes with bigger brakes, 22-inch wheels, quad exhaust tips, and carbon fiber accents, and it starts at $87,100.

The 2025 GV80 Coupe hits Genesis dealers this summer.

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Last Update: June 13, 2024