Agreed.I think the genesis one is a little farther back then the Palisade. That’s why i think they are incorporating some type of system like BMW offers that lets you control the screen from a wheel.
From the looks of it, seems like the GV80 has a widescreen (somewhat integrated) tablet screen; somewhat similar to the Palisade, but not as integrated w/ the cluster and set further back.
It would most likely be an option.So did they opt to do a third row or make it an option?
I don't see how it will be able to be a class competitor if it can't seat any more than 5. Especially with the new Palisade on the way too, which looks like they used some of the same dash lines and seat ideas from the GV80 concept as well as the 3.8L again.
It would most likely be an option.
Post #10 pic shows what I would say is a seat belt and 3rd row bench.It would most likely be an option.
Everything you’ve stated is true. The only one thing that people are conflicted apon is the dial the guy is presssing. So think it’s the shift by wire while others think it is the infotainment screen switch. Only reason why people are thinking it’s the switch gear for the car is because of the Huge P button and no it’s not the P for the electronic Emergency parking break like others have. It’s conflicting but we should know when we see the G80/GV80 get revealed this year.Post #10 pic shows what I would say is a seat belt and 3rd row bench.
The infotainment screen looks like it will be set back like the RX, so maybe a 12" screen, but not a touchscreen, it's too far back.
The dial that the guy has his hand on is the infotainment controller. It's far back yes, so you can leave your arm resting on the armrest and play with the rotary controller.
Hey off topic but what aspects or features do you like in a rear wheel drive based, midsize luxury SUV that you would be buying in the future... Hypothetically?