The Genesis G80 sedan is following its SUV sibling, the GV80, into the 2025 model year with a similar refresh. The revised front end and new wheel designs make it look slightly different on the outside, but the bigger changes are found inside, where a new screen and dashboard design modernize the cabin considerably.
The exterior changes amount to small tweaks to the grille, headlights, front and rear bumpers, and wheel designs. There’s also a new color called Brooklyn Brown. The G80 Sport trim level, pictured below in red, continues and features a different grille texture plus a more aggressive-looking front bumper with additional air intakes.
Inside, the huge new 27.0-inch OLED screen now dominates two-thirds of the dashboard. It combines the digital gauge cluster and the central display and looks to have crisp graphics. There are still two rotary knobs on the center console, one for the infotainment system and the other serving as a gear shifter. The climate controls now utilize a new layout with a touch-sensitive interface, though it looks like a few hard knobs and buttons remain.
Though Genesis hasn’t released detailed specifications yet, we don’t expect significant changes to the G80’s two powertrains, which include a turbo 2.5-liter inline-four and a twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6. The electric version, called the Electrified G80, will likely receive similar updates later on.
Look for the 2025 G80 to go on sale in the U.S. within the next few months, likely with a higher starting price than the current model’s $55,345 cost of entry.