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Whether traveling the same roads on the way to work or trekking down untouched paths, you need a car with a performance that has oomph. Both the Genesis G80 and the Kia Stinger start off strong with a base 2.5L 4-cylinder engine. With this powertrain, you’ll cruise with 300 horsepower and 311 lb-ft of torque.
The Stinger can keep the journey going with its 15.9-gallon fuel tank capacity; however, you may find yourself enjoying longer travels, thanks to the G80’s 17.2-gallon fuel tank capacity.
Though both cars can provide plenty of power from the get-go, things really start to differ when it comes to available powertrains. The Stinger’s available 3.3L V6 engine has 368 horsepower and 376 lb-ft of torque. Impressed?
Now, let’s look at the G80’s available 3.5L V6 engine, which produces 375 horsepower and 391 lb-ft of torque. If it’s power you want, the Genesis delivers!
From spacious cabins to speedy engines, these vehicles have a lot to offer. What makes them truly stand out in the crowd, however, is their touch of luxury.
To help drivers stay in the know, the Genesis G80 offers a massive available 12.3-inch Digital Instrument Cluster. This 3D display provides drivers easy readability, while keeping their focus on the road in front of them. The Kia Stinger also has an available 7-inch Instrument Display, though its size doesn’t quite compare to the Genesis.
When one car has multiple drivers, the Stinger steps in with its memory system for seat position and outside rear-view mirrors, so you can easily find your preferred settings. However, the G80 takes this feature even further with cloud-based profiles that remember everything from seat position to sound and vehicle settings—luxury at its finest.