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Old 04-13-2017, 01:16 PM
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I think it's neither very ugly, but also not specially handsome or modern. It does however not share a single design cue with any current Genesis car (but to be fair, neither go the G80 or G90, and the small sedan does seem to look different too from spy shots).
How can the G80 or G90 not share a single design cue with any current Genesis car....when they're the only Genesis cars that have existed since the brand became distinct? If you're referring to the two of them in comparison to each other, they definitely have similarities.
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Old 04-13-2017, 01:47 PM
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How can the G80 or G90 not share a single design cue with any current Genesis car....when they're the only Genesis cars that have existed since the brand became distinct? If you're referring to the two of them in comparison to each other, they definitely have similarities.
I meant they don't look overly similar. I don't want Audi/BMW levels of same sausage/different length, but the G90 looks like a mix of Mercedes S-Class and a Chrysler 300, whilst the G80 kind of looks like a large Hyundai sedan (well, it started life as one, kind of). The "3 series competitor" looks rather like a Lexus IS form proportions and green house, again not sharing much vibe with the larger sedans.

And this brings again a different design language (and grille) to the table. To me, the Genesis brand still has not found it's style, just too many influences, too many different themes.
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