Genesis GV 80.

The SUV Tiger Woods was driving when he crashed was a Genesis GV80 loaned to him by Genesis USA as part of its sponsorship of the golf tournament Woods was involved with, but not participating in. It is apparently common for Woods to drive himself in such tournament courtesy cars.

The Genesis GV80 vaults the fledgling luxury brand beyond sedans into more popular territory as its first SUV.

Mechanically related to the Genesis G80 mid-size sedan, the five-seat crossover SUV strikes a stunning pose amid all the other luxury SUVs with a sporty profile that doesn’t quite live up to its billing behind the wheel. An available third row expands seating for seven, but ruins the cabin’s roomy feel. This swell looker comes loaded with creature comforts and standard safety features that other luxury automakers bundle as expensive options.

The GV80 competes in a crowded class represented by the Audi Q8, BMW X5, Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class, and Jaguar F-Pace.

Rear-wheel drive undergirds the athletic proportions and comes with a 300-horsepower 2.5-liter turbo-4 making 311 pound-feet of torque. Once off the line, the 2.5T accelerates well despite its 4,500-pound weight, but the handling can’t overcome its size in more spirited driving. Available all-wheel drive can seem like an expensive upgrade relative to the competition, but it adds features from higher trim levels.

The south Koreans will soon start dominating the motor industry in the near future. Hyundai for example offer a lot of bells and whistles on their cars as standard while competitors want to give you a bla d car where any options cones in at a high price. Checkout the SantaFe compared with competition.
The G80 sedan competes head to head with European flagships when it comes to options but sisi waafrika tunaiona kama meffi juu ya badge.

The 500 years of Caucasian domination are coming to an END. ASIA & Africa will be the rulers


OK. Lets just accept that Eastern Asia will rule this world pretty soon. They are ahead on matters AI. Japan, Korea, China

Sisi our preoccupation for the next two years ni BBI and the general elections. 2023 itajipanga na wenye watakuwepo.

Lets just stick to Asia for now. Africa nayo hapana. I doubt kama tutafika level ya China, Japan, Korea et al.