Genesis G70 Shooting Brake

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Genesis continues turning heads in the automotive industry by redefining the luxury car experience. The Genesis G70 Shooting Brake combines elegant styling and contemporary design with the practicality of a wagon. With more cargo room than ever before, the G70 provides plenty of space for your everyday needs.

There are a lot of details to appreciate throughout, but the unique Quad Lamps headlight design really catches the eye. Combined with the Genesis G70 Crest Grille design, the front end of the Shooting Brake looks mean. 

Walking around to the rear reveals a matching Quad Lamp taillight design. The rear hatch design is sharp and sporty while the twin exhaust outlets suggest there is plenty of performance lurking within. 

Genesis G70 Shooting Brake

Drivers will enjoy all-wheel-drive traction instilling plenty of confidence behind the wheel through various driving conditions. You can always count on the Brembo braking system should you need to stop quickly. 

Expected engines include 2.0L Turbo and 3.3L Turbo options. Some sources cite a diesel engine option as a possibility. 

Hop inside the G70 SB to enjoy a driver-centric layout that is very comfortable and convenient. Genesis designed the cockpit to resemble a fighter jet, ensuring everything you need is within reach as the driver. Should you need even more trunk space, the rear seat folds to provide more available cargo room.

If you want the G70 Shooting Brake, there is some fine print. It will only be available for sale in Europe. There seems to be some stateside demand for more wagons like this to be available but for the time being, Genesis will not sell the Shooting Brake in North America. 

Unless Genesis changes their mind, you may need to book a European Vacation to catch a glimpse of the G70 Shooting Brake. Hopefully things go a little smoother for you than they did for the Griswolds in the ’80s.

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