Hey. Welcome to the forum. Yes. only the 3.3T Spot gets it. Direct from the Genesis press release:
:All G70 models ride on a MacPherson multi-link front and multi-link rear suspension with a performance-oriented geometry, offering optimal wheel control and a finely-tuned balance between ride comfort and handling prowess. The G70ís mass is managed via various aluminum components, including an aluminum hood. The G70 2.0T and 3.3T models equipped with the Dynamic package are further enhanced by the inclusion of a mechanical limited slip differential that improves traction on corner exit by balancing torque distribution across the rear axle when wheel spin is detected. G70 3.3T models feature variable gear ratio steering for agile directional response, and 3.3T Sport models add electronically controlled suspension for greater driver adjustability.
Experiencing G70 is customizable to each driverís preference, with five available drive modes. Adjustable elements include: powertrain response, steering weight, engine sound, all-wheel drive torque distribution, and suspension firmness. Custom-drive mode further adjusts a variety of vehicle parameters to suit preferences or driving conditions."
it sure is in the sports package along with head-up display and Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires, along with some other essentials for a "sport" package AFAIK
are you planning to give it some track time every so often or stick to more local roads?
Once the Genesis dealer network issues are all sorted out we should then see how the G70 can really perform on the sales end.
Do you think a hotter Genesis product could be coming to a segment above the G70 before a hot G70?