Here at Danbury Genesis, drivers are always interested in the Genesis G80. The mid-size sedan has impressed ever since it arrived and there are plenty of drivers who enjoy is luxury and standout features it gives them. One such area where the Genesis G80 performs is under the hood. There's multiple engine options, and drivers want to know how much power they are going to get, and how the Genesis G80 can ramp up to speed.

To start, you should know the engine options. The 2020 edition offers a standard 3.8-liter V6 with 311 horsepower. For the 2021 model year, that's getting replaced by a 2.5-liter turbocharged engine with 300 horsepower. You also can find a 3.3-liter twin-turbo engine on the 2020 Genesis that offers 365 horsepower. In 2021, this will be replaced with an engine that offers 375 horsepower. Topping it off is a V8 option that gives you 420 horsepower.

While you have these options all of which provide standout power, and often more than many of its European rivals, you can count on it getting up to speed quickly. With a zero-to-60 miles per hour sprint time of 6.6 seconds for the standard Genesis G80 3.8 option, that's plenty of zip as you can count on it performing for your daily commute and highway driving situations as you get on the interstate and major roads in the area. The other G80 options provide a quicker time, but all things being equal, you know that no matter which Genesis G80 you choose, you're getting performance where it counts.

Our team would be happy to discuss the 2020 Genesis G80 with you here in our Danbury showroom serving Fairfield, Waterbury, New Milford, Carmel and Mount Kisco. Contact us and we can get started today.

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