And according to Lexus, this thing can go from 0 to 60 in 6 seconds flat.
The 2023 Sportage, due next spring, looks to completely append our expectations.
Look at how cool this thing looks right here.
Over the course of 2022, we'll be testing all of these vehicles on road and track to find out whether they really do live up to all the hype.
It looks pretty different from the GV70 or 80, representing a key shift for the brand from internal combustion to battery power.
Keep in mind that these numbers are for the Korean market GV60, and some of these specs could change when the car goes on sale in the US next year.
The standard stereo is pretty underwhelming when it comes to output volume.
And we finally think that it can compete with the GMC Canyon, Chevy Colorado, and Toyota Tacoma.