Our first impression of the Genesis after driving the GV60 after spending a lot of time with both the Ioniq 5 and EV6 was its similarity to the Hyundai and Kia.

When you switch to Sport mode, the throttle mapping feels hair-trigger, and you get thrown back in your seat.

The GV60 Performance's Boost mode works as advertised, giving you plenty of passing power for 10 seconds and a taste of its 483 horsepower.

A good brake tune is included with the GV60, and there are five different modes of regeneration.

In both L3 and iPedal, the regen is determined by speed, location, and traffic, regardless of whether you prefer Automatic.

Furthermore, the GV60 Performance rides similarly to the Kia and Hyundai.

Bumpy roads are softly sprung and the car bounces ever so slightly.

By putting the car into Sport mode, you can eliminate some of the bounding without compromising the ride's quality.

While cruising along Los Angeles' famous canyon roads, you can unleash Boost mode yet again thanks to the Genesis' body roll, quick steering, and limited-slip rear differential.

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