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The GV60 always appears happiest when it acts as a compact luxury vehicle.

The Interior of the GV60 is much more eccentric. Most touch points are soft, knurled, or visually appealing in some other way.

Two 12.3-inch screens are included with the GV60 as standard equipment.

The GV60's owner may drive the vehicle without using a key or phone, thanks to a fingerprint scanner and facial recognition camera.

There are two trims available for the GV60, both of which come with a 77.4-kilowatt-hour battery pack and two-motor all-wheel drive.

Every car enjoys the immediate release of electric torque, but the GV60 accelerates quickly.

The GV60 Performance ranges 235 miles; according to the EPA, it gets 2.71 miles per kilowatt-hour.

The 800-volt design of the GV60 enables it to use more juice at high-speed chargers than most other EVs.

Price for the GV60 starts at $59,985, plus $1,095 for delivery.

In the following three years, Hyundai will try to electrify its lineup, and the 2023 GV60 is undoubtedly a significant step in that direction.