As high-end sedans go, the is a mighty fine option, with extroverted styling, an upscale interior and no shortage of performance. If you want to park one of these posh four-doors in your garage (and you totally should!), pricing for the 2022 model was announced Tuesday.
The updated G80 starts at $49,045 including destination charges. That not unreasonable outlay of cash gets you a rear-wheel-drive G80 with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder under the hood. This turbocharged engine is good for a saucy 300 horsepower and 311 pound-feet of torque. Other standard amenities include Highway Driving Assist II, 18-inch alloy wheels, 12-way power front seats and a 14.5-inch infotainment screen. If you want all-wheel drive with that base engine, you’ll be spending an additional $3,150 for a total of $52,195.
If four cylinders are beneath you, the most affordable G80 with a V6 behind its massive grille starts at $64,495 including destination. That gets you a new-for-2022 Sport model with standard all-wheel drive, an appearance package, an electronically controlled suspension and a panoramic roof. Inside, passengers are coddled by leather seating surfaces, a three-zone climate-control system and a premium Lexicon sound system with 21 speakers, among many, many other amenities.
Swing for the fences and the most you can spend is for a 2022 Genesis G80 3.5T AWD Sport Prestige model with summer tires. This model checks out for a princely $71,295, again including destination. As in other 3.5T models, this G80 features a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 that delivers 375 hp and 391 lb-ft of torque. Not surprisingly, an eight-speed automatic transmission is standard across the range.
The 2022 Genesis G80 should be a solid luxury car and a strong value. The base model undercuts rivals such as the the automaker’s website later this month.and by thousands of dollars, though its pricing advantage does seem to wane as you step up the model ladder. If you like what you see here, you can reserve a new G80 by visiting