In common with other Genesis models, the interior of the Genesis G90 follows a similar theme of horizontal lines, carried through to the two-spoke steering wheel. There is a full-width vent panel with a center chrome strip hiding all the ventilation vents. Other controls, such as the one on the dashboard containing the climate controls and the one on the center console with the two rotary controllers, are set in their own islands, and the general feel is of a cleaner design with less clutter. It's not all an unqualified success, with the similar rotary controllers on the center console initially a little confusing until you're used to them. It's extremely hushed inside the G90 on the move and even the ticking sound of the turn signals emanates from a small speaker mounted in the driver's headrest so as to not disturb the other passengers. The materials are of the highest quality, and assembly is surgically precise, with not a panel or piece of trim out of place.
The front seats of the Genesis G90 are supremely comfortable, and besides offering 18-way power adjustment for the driver (16-way for the passenger), they're also heated, ventilated, and equipped with a standard massaging function. Even the rear seats are heated, and they also gain power adjustment with memory, as well as ventilation and massaging, in the top trim. There is seating for up to five passengers, and there is plenty of headroom and legroom up front. The rear quarters aren't as spacious as those of LWB rivals, but you still get 38 inches of headroom and 37.8 inches of legroom. The rear seats have a power-recline function with an extending leg rest, and the passenger behind the front-seat passenger can stretch their legs out completely - as long as they're not taller than six feet and the front seat is folded forward.
|Genesis G90 Trims||3.5T||3.5T e-SC|
|Headroom Front Seat||39.4 in.||39.4 in.|
|Headroom Back Seat||38 in.||38 in.|
|Legroom Front Seat||42.3 in.||42.3 in.|
|Legroom Back Seat||37.8 in.||37.8 in.|
|Shoulder Room Front||59.1 in.||59.1 in.|
|Shoulder Room Rear||57.9 in.||57.9 in.|
|Hip Room, Front||56.5 in.||56.5 in.|
|Hip Room, Rear||55 in.||55 in.|
You have access to four interior colors for the Genesis G90 3.5T AWD, namely Bordeaux Brown, Glacier White, Dune Beige, and Obsidian Black. The latter comes with genuine matte-finish wood trim over aluminum in the other schemes. In the 3.5T Supercharger AWD, only Dune Beige comes with wood trim, while the rest come with forged carbon-fiber trim. Seat upholstery is in Nappa leather, while the steering wheel is trimmed in leather, the dashboard in leatherette, and the headliner in imitation suede.
It's worth noting that interior colors are paired with exterior paints, meaning some interior hues can't be had with all the exterior shades.
The cargo space of the Genesis G90 is not a strong point and the 3.5T AWD has only 12.04 cu-ft of trunk volume available behind the second row - noticeably less than most rivals. The 3.5T Supercharger AWD's hybrid equipment eats up some space, leaving a luggage compartment of only 10.59 cu-ft.
In the cabin, you get a glovebox, door pockets and cupholders front and rear, and a slot in the center console where you can place your phone, complete with a wireless charging pad. The flagship gets a rear wireless phone charger as well.
|Genesis G90 Trims||3.5T||3.5T e-SC|
|Trunk Volume||12 cu. ft.||10.6 cu. ft.|
The list of standard features is extensive and some of the highlights include power-closing doors, a power tilting/sliding panoramic sunroof, three-zone climate control, Nappa leather upholstery, electrically adjustable and heated, ventilated, and massaging front seats, heated rear seats, a heated and power-adjustable tilting/telescoping steering wheel trimmed in leather, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, a head-up display, power rear and rear-side sunshades, active noise cancellation, a fingerprint authentication system, and a smartphone-based Genesis Digital Key. The standard driver assists are numerous and include adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, forward, rear, and blind-spot sensing system, lane-keep assist, and automatic parking. The upper trim adds additional features such as ventilated and massaging rear seats, a rear wireless phone charger, soft-closing doors, air suspension, and a rear wireless charger. Almost no extras are available, and the G90 comes fully equipped.
Besides the standard 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, there is also a 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen with navigation, and although Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, they require a USB cable and are not wireless. Additional features include SiriusXM, HD Radio, five USB-C ports, Genesis Connected Services, and a 15-speaker Bang & Olufsen audio system.
The 3.5T Supercharger AWD also gains a rear wireless phone charger, and its B&O audio system is upgraded to a 23-speaker system.
The 3.5T AWD has a trunk volume of around 12 cubic feet and the 3.5T Supercharger AWD has just under 11 cubes of cargo space.
The G90 is designed to comfortably seat four passengers, but there is room for a fifth in the center of the rear seat.