A prominent yet familiar front-end includes a large mesh grille and a unique headlight signature, while the side profile is reminiscent of a large wagon.
Notably, the GV70 renderings feature an extra window on each side, giving the vehicle a point of difference in the ever-growing mid-size SUV market.
The Genesis GV70 will arrive in Australia by the end of 2021. (image credit: Kolesa.ru)
At the rear, the illustrations show large oval-shaped exhaust outlets, simplistic LED tail-lights and a matte black roof spoiler.
Two Genesis SUVs have been confirmed for Australia, starting with the larger GV80 seven-seater next year, followed by the GV70 which is due "by the end of 2021".
It is believed that the Genesis GV70 will be based on the G70 mid-size sedan, which is currently on sale in Australia from $59,300 plus on-road costs for the base variant, and up to $79,950 for the range topper.
The G70 is available in three models grades, and is offered with either a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine, or a twin-turbo 3.3-litre V6.