Genesis GV60 Set To Make European Debut At Salon Privé London

The automaker will unveil its first dedicated electric platform-based vehicle at Royal Hospital Chelsea later this month, much to the joy of high-performance electric vehicle fans.

Genesis GV60 Electric Car
The GV60 showing out in its lime green glory © Credit to Genesis

Genesis will soon unveil its GV60 to Europe at Salon Privé London from the 21st of April to the 23rd, as the headline start of the three-day luxury car event.

For those not in the know, the GV60 builds on the brand’s philosophy of setting a new standard in design and functionality. In other words, it’s a sleek and athletic coupé crossover utility vehicle.

“It’s a privilege to open the first day of Salon Privé London with the European debut of the Genesis GV60,” said Director David Bagley.

“This is a key model for a brand really making its presence felt, and allowing customers the chance to experience its unique philosophy on a personal level is a perfect fit with the Salon Privé approach.”

The car’s European debut of the Genesis GV60 couldn’t come at a better time. Following its launch in 2015, Genesis has established itself as a viable EV alternative. Its first electric car, the Genesis Electrified G80, was announced last year, with the GV60 being a worthy partner.

The brand plans to roll out three electric cars in total for Europe this year. Each model features a 77.4kWh battery, which can go from 10% to 80% in around 18 minutes according to Genesis.

“The GV60 marks the first step in our electrification journey as we progress the launch of the Genesis brand – so it is fitting that both Genesis and Salon Privé are both celebrating firsts as we look forward to the inaugural Salon Privé London,” said Dominique Boesch, Managing Director, Genesis Motor Europe.

“To be a part of this collection of amazing, inspirational and famous marques is exciting for Genesis.”

Will you be attending the Salon Privé London? If so, will you be checking out the Genesis GV60 up close? Let us know in the comments down below.

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