There have been a lot of interesting hints about the Genesis G70 sedan which is expected to thrill the crowd with a lot of amazing features. Presently, there is an official confirmation that the Genesis would be equipped with the save the manuals agenda.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency has made known the fuel ratings for the 2019 ride and obviously, an optional six-speed manual-transmission is included in this strong headed ride, alongside a four cylinder engine of 2.0 liter and a 253 horsepower turbo.
The Genesis G70 sedan would also offer Bremo brakes, 19 inches wheel of summer tires, and a 16-way energy filled seats. While the six-speed manual transmission is only in a special rear wheel drive 2.0T sport trim level, an advanced twins turbocharged 3.3 liter V-6 with an exclusive eight speed automatic transmission is available to the all-wheel drive.
One thing that would keep you bothered about this ride is the fuel economy; here’s the interesting fact about it.
The Genesis G70 fuel economy ranges from 22mpg city, 30 mpg on highways and about 25mpg put together for the rear wheel drive on the automatic transmission. While on the manual transmission, it takes 25 mpg on highways, 22mpg city and about 20mpg for the all wheel drive. Obviously, the manual has a bigger hit compared to the automatic transmission.
Furthermore, car enthusiasts might really love the conception of this ride as its manual transmission places the Genesis G70 among some entry luxury sedans, bringing about a high competition with other automakers like the BMW 3-Series, Cadillac ATS and Audi A4.