Prices for the Genesis G90 begin at $69,050 for a rear-wheel-drive 3.3T Premium, while the Ultimate model and its 5.0-liter V8 starts at $70,650. Neither model has any options or option packages, while all-wheel-drive is available on both trims for an additional $2,500. Our 3.3T AWD Premium tester came with a laundry list of standard features including:
- Nappa leather seats (heated and cooled in front, heated in back)
- 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment and navigation system
- Lexicon 17-speaker, 900-watt, 12-channel, surround-sound audio system
- Three-zone automatic climate control
- Bluetooth phone and audio streaming
- Memory system for front seats (22-way driver, 16-way passenger), outside mirrors, and steering column
- Leather-wrapped power tilt and telescoping steering wheel
- Wireless device charging
- Keyless push-button start
- Adaptive suspension with electronic dampers
- Power rear window and rear side window sunshades
- Rear fold-down armrest with built-in climate and audio controls
The Ultimate trim adds full LED headlights with dynamic bending light, ventilated, powered rear seats with outboard memory, power rear headrests, and illuminated rear seat vanity mirrors.
Standard active safety features include front and rear parking sensors with rear view camera, overhead camera, driver attention alert, automatic headlights with high-beam assist, lane keep assist, blind spot detection with rear cross-traffic alert and lane-change assist, adaptive cruise control with start/stop, and automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection.
The Genesis G90 comes with two engine choices. The Premium has a 365 horsepower, twin-turbocharged, 3.3-liter V6. Ultimate models receive a 420 horsepower, direct injection, 5.0-liter V8. Both are matched to an 8-speed automatic transmission with a manual shift mode.