Genesis re-designs G70 rear for Shooting Brake variant

Genesis G70 Shooting Brake 7

Genesis says its G70 Shooting Brake, designed specifically for the European customer, underlines its strategy for the continent

Just days after revealing plans to bring several models to Europe for the first time, Genesis has unveiled its new G70 Shooting Brake. The model is an evolution of the G70 sedan that was launched last year, but has been specially adapted with European customers in mind. 

From the front, everything looks pretty much exactly the same as the sedan. It features the familiar enormous crest grille, air intakes, quad lamps and sculpted bonnet. Then there is the bold belt line and lower ridge etched along the sides, the same as on the sedan. Even the size of the models are the same, measuring in at 4,685mm long, 1,850mm wide and 1,400mm tall, both with a 2,835mm wheelbase.

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