One of the most opulent offerings from Hyundai Motor Group since its release is the Genesis GV70. It is by no means an outdated car, even though the brand is currently developing an updated version of the crossover. With the introduction of an overlanding GV70 created and constructed in collaboration with off-road experts Delta, Genesis is setting new standards in the off-road market even before the redesigned model is prepared for release. But for now, it’s only an idea.
The GV70 Project Overland is a prototype designed to commemorate Delta’s 40th anniversary. It enhances the luxury crossover’s capabilities without requiring significant chassis changes. But now that the suspension has been upgraded, the car is about two inches higher from the ground and has a wider stance coming from the set of 18-inch Classic B Rugged black wheels equipped with Continental ATR tires. This setup sits under extended wheel arches.
Genesis GV70 Project Overland
A second set of PIAA lights put on the top and Baja Style lights built into the grille further improve the off-road appearance. There is a specifically made roof rack with safe attachment points for individuals who value packing light for their travels.
Regarding the redesigned GV70 that we previously discussed, we anticipate seeing a revised radiator grille on the combustion-powered variants and a redesigned front fascia with new headlights that resemble those of the G90. Additional exterior alterations appear probable, and the interior of the cabin may also receive enhancements. It will be fascinating to observe if the smaller edition of the GV80 will also receive an upgrade with a larger, more costly 27-inch OLED curved screen.new dashboard layout.