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i usually buy the "chrome"-version with the biggest engine. so this would be the base ev6 with the long range battery and dual motors
 

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I really want the GT so I hope it isn't ridiculously priced.
well. i dont know about the us-prices. in germany the base standard range rwd starts at 45000 euros. the gt line with long range battery is about 55000 euros and the gt starts at 65000 euros. to give you an impression of the prices. a stinger gt starts at 58000 euros.
 

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well. i dont know about the us-prices. in germany the base standard range rwd starts at 45000 euros. the gt line with long range battery is about 55000 euros and the gt starts at 65000 euros. to give you an impression of the prices. a stinger gt starts at 58000 euros.
The 2022 Stinger GT1 starts at $43,690 here (USD). Though I don't know how similar of a spec that is to the 57.900€ version in Germany. There's also the GT2 which starts at $51,290. If the ratios stay similar that puts the EV6 GT at $49-57.5k. That also lines up with the pricing required to undercut the Model 3 Performance. If it ends up around $55k that will be incredibly attractive. Though even sub-$65k is probably going to be tempting. $75-80k would be a hard-sell.
 

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keepin my fingers xed that it ll be in ur pricerange. in any case the package of the gt will be gr8. look at the vid. google mr. biermann and bmw and m or motorsport. he knows what he is doing. and the quality of the car should be gr8, too.
 

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AWD extended range model, 0 to 60 in the low 5's is good enough, I was thinking GT, but it will cost too much and will get me in trouble.
 

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AWD extended range model, 0 to 60 in the low 5's is good enough, I was thinking GT, but it will cost too much and will get me in trouble.
plus you only (at least in europe) only get 5 colours with gt and gt line, whereas the base gives you a far bigger choice of colours
(the published 0-100 km/h (62 mph) is 5.2 s for the awd lr, so should be 5.0 or 5.1 for the 0-60 mph)
 

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After watching some of the new Hyundai IONIQ 5 road test videos, each day I seem to be going back and forth between that model and the EV6. And in June, Genesis will reveal their own version, GV60.
The only con I have with the EV6 is the rear tail light strip, whereas with the Hyundai might be the gimmicky center island; Genesis will most likely be just the price. For the US market, I really want to know what the final price will be with all three. It would be nice to own all 3 and make a final decision but the world doesn't work the way, for me.
 

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I, too, am curious about the Genesis. I like the ioniq looks the most but want performance of gt. But mostly want it this year for a trip in February next year (or I probably would have went with Rivian)
 

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Yeah i saw that but I’m not sure It’d arrive this year
True, I also expect it will not be available this year if it hasn't even been officially announced. Though I'm not sure the EV6 GT will be made available by the end of this year either.
 

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I, too, am curious about the Genesis. I like the ioniq looks the most but want performance of gt. But mostly want it this year for a trip in February next year (or I probably would have went with Rivian)
Welcome @Mysta

Are you also looking EVs from other automakers?
How are you hoping to spec the EV you'll end up going with?
 

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Welcome @Mysta

Are you also looking EVs from other automakers?
How are you hoping to spec the EV you'll end up going with?
Funny enough I’m also cross shopping cross turismo. If i do Kia/Genesis/hyundai I’ll probably go as much sport and luxury i can
 

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I, too, am curious about the Genesis. I like the ioniq looks the most but want performance of gt. But mostly want it this year for a trip in February next year (or I probably would have went with Rivian)
The GV60 really is a wild card here because despite it being spotted testing Genesis hasn't really acknowledged its existence. Hopefully Genesis actually reveals it in June.

 

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The GV60 really is a wild card here because despite it being spotted testing Genesis hasn't really acknowledged its existence. Hopefully Genesis actually reveals it in June.

Indeed, if it wasn't so far out I would love it most likely. I would consider GV70/80 if they were EV(and I know they have EV versions planned but rather have a dedicated EV.
 
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