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    Rumorpile: Genesis' Roadmap Is Leaked Out

      We have a possible idea of what Genesis models will be appearing

    By 2020, Genesis will have six models in its lineup. We already have seen the G80 and G90 due out later this year, and gotten a sneak peek into the compact G70 sedan. There's also two SUVs and a new coupe. But we didn't know when these models would be coming out until a slide was leaked out.


    The Korean Car Blog got their hands on an image showing off a presentation slide with a roadmap of their models. We're assuming this is from a meeting with dealers getting briefed on the Genesis brand. The first interesting thing of note deals with the G70. We thought it was still a couple of years out, but the slide shows that it will be at dealers next year.


    Next are the two SUVs. Genesis looks to be offering a compact and midsize SUV, with the midsize arriving first. The Korean Car Blog speculates it could be as early as 2018. Then we get to the coupe arriving by 2020. It's assumed that it will be based on the G70 sedan, but no details have appeared on this.


    Source: The Korean Car Blog

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    Interesting, even the Korean Car Blog could not really explain the slide that shows Near Luxury SUV and Near Luxury sedan. So Genesis is to compete against Acura, Lexus, Infinity, Lincoln as well as Cadillac, BMW and Mercedes-Benz and yet does the Near mean they also cover Buick?


    Going to be an interesting and confusing product line me think. :P


    Bigger yet is if in the next 4 years they can roll out 5 new luxury auto's then there should be no problem with the rate Cadillac is rolling out new models.

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