The GV70 has been around since late 2020, so Genesis reckons it's time for a mid-cycle update. After more than 200,000 units sold, the luxury crossover is getting mild exterior changes and a huge update inside.

The 2025 GV70 swaps its split screens for the same 27.0-inch OLED screen we saw last year on the G80, GV80, and the GV80 Coupe. But there are other changes beyond the extra-large display. The climate control panel has a new look and the shortcut buttons for the media settings have been relocated. They used to sit below the smaller HVAC screen but now they’re on top of it. Genesis previously had silver keys while the new ones are glossy black and are flanked by a pair of silver knobs the old model didn't have.

2025 Genesis GV70
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The two-tone steering wheel gets the new Genesis winged logo while the central air vents are now housed within an oval piece of shiny black trim. Hyundai's luxury brand mentions it has tweaked the ambient lighting and made further changes to the GV70 Sport. The more exciting trim level gets a flat-bottomed steering wheel and contrasting orange stitching.

Stepping outside, the GV70 hasn't changed all that much. The imposingly large grille gets a new pattern for both the standard and Sport models. Genesis has added a pseudo skid plate to toughen up the vehicle's appearance and has designed fresh 19-inch wheels. The mildly updated headlights and taillights continue to embrace the "Two Lines" motif. Rounding off the exterior changes are the reshaped exhaust finishers.

As you'd come to expect from Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis products–today's reveal is only about the design tweaks, which are likely planned for the GV70 Electrified as well. Well, obviously without the new exhaust setup. We'll have to wait a bit more for the technical specifications.

Gallery: 2025 Genesis GV70

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