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Genesis GV70 Release Date

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October 2020 is when Genesis will launch the GV70 according to a leaked launch plan.

2021 Genesis GV70 release date
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A new report from the Korean Car Blog is now confirming that the release date will be in October.

Genesis brand’s second SUV, GV70 is set to be released in October. The premium SUV, to be located between Tucson and Santa Fe (to have an idea of its size), will feature a coupe style that nowadays is very popular. It has been confirmed that the two-row headlamps and taillamps, which are the symbol of new Genesis design identity will carry on for the GV70, but two-row side repeater is not applied.

What we know so far?

We have known about the three-SUV family thanks to an image that was sent out during the announcement of the New Year’s Day by Hyundai Group Vice President of Hyundai Motors Group. He said, “Genesis will accelerate overseas expansion in China and Europe, and will aggressively expand its line-up including the first SUV model launched this year to strengthen global brand power.”

While the bigger GV80 is aiming for the Mercedes GLE, the BMW X5 and the Audi Q7 the smaller GV70 will go after the Audi Q5, BMW X3 and Mercedes GLC.
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It's October. No word yet though.... still waiting.
According to Genesis' press release for the GV70, it's going to be released in the United States in 2021.

The first-ever GV70 is expected to arrive in the United States in calendar year 2021. More details will be available closer to launch.
Looks like the OP has it correct if you're talking about just the reveal of the car.
Genesis today reiterated that the GV70 will be released in the US and Canada in 2021.
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Soon! That's good. I felt like we were waiting on the GV80 FOREVER
Genesis USA's website says the GV70 is arriving Summer 2021.

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