Well that’s why I said “basically” the same. It’s really nice though. I like the cabin better than the G90 except for the infotainment screen. I prefer the integrated look in the G90. If it wasn’t for the KIA badge, I might get it when my lease is up.Not the same car. Its sizing is in-between the G80 and G90. The digital dash is the one on the Korean 2019 G70 sans the 3D part!
The blind spot cameras are on the refreshed G90, though it just displays in the regular center digital display.I LOVE those blind spot cameras. The 2020 G90 better have them or at least the 2021. My lease is up at he end of 2020. I can buy a new 2021 or and “blow out the door” 2020.
I'm curious why he keeps referring to the 3.3TT as a 311hp motor, Kia's site clearly states it is 365hp just like the other vehicles it is being used in.
Doug is clueless (don't know why his reviews are so popular compared to much better reviewers).Cause Doug makes misstatements like that all the time!
Alex on Autos has a good review of it.
Cause he has a sarcastic and condescending way of reviewing cars. And viewers like people that do reviews in a mocking manner!Doug is clueless (don't know why his reviews are so popular compared to much better reviewers).
He also erroneously stated numerous times that the K900 is available w/ the V8 (which it is not any longer here).
The K900 gets more up-to-date tech b/c it's a newer model.
Same reason why the E Class had tech that wasn't available on the S Class until the S Class was redone.
I'd say that AoA does the best wholistic/CR-oriented reviews whereas Throttle House does the best enthusiast-oriented reviews.DD really screwed the pooch on the review, and then blames 2 car magazines in the comment section for his errors!
I agree that Alex does the best car reviews on YouTube.
Alex isn't totally off point tho.Agree that there are some great features, especially the blind spot cameras. Interesting that Alex attributes the price difference between the K900 and the G90 to separate Genesis branding, marketing, and dealership experience, which hasn't quite panned out yet.