Genesis has introduced an electric version of the G80 sedan, but the two look so similar it may be hard to distinguish which one runs on gas and which one runs on electrons. However, now that the company has released pricing for the 2023 Genesis Electrified G80, it can be identified by its $80,920 price tag, which is about $10k more than the priciest gas-fed G80.
As with some other new electric cars, the Electrified G80 isn't sold in every state. It's currently only available in California, Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York. That will change in September when sales of Genesis's electric sedan expand to four more states: Arizona, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming.
Although the 2023 Electrified G80 will be sold in those eight states, it's only available at select dealerships. For actual availability, Genesis suggests that shoppers contact their local dealer. The same applies to the GV60 electric SUV, which will also be sold in these eight states but could have limited availability.
The Electrified G80 comes exclusively with a 365-hp dual-motor, all-wheel-drive powertrain. We recently tested one that hit 60 mph in 4.1 seconds. Not only were we impressed by its quickness, but we also lauded its quiet cabin and range. While the electric G80's EPA-rated range isn't yet available, Genesis estimates it'll go 282 miles on a full charge. The one we tested went 280 miles on our 75-mph highway test.