Like most of its peers, the Genesis brand is on a quest to electrify its lineup. Joining the recently-announced GV60 dedicated EV will be the new GV70 Electrified. The GV70 Electrified is debuting this week at the Guangzhou auto show, but will make its way to the U.S. as well.

Perhaps one of the biggest headlines of the GV70 Electrified (yes, that is its formal name) is the fact it looks just like the gas-powered version. There’s very few design changes between the two powertrain variants aside from the fact the grille is filled in on the EV, which is more about function over form.

Genesis isn’t offering any specifications for the future U.S. model, but this Chinese model features 482 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque. Genesis says it can travel up to 300 miles on a charge, but we would expect that figure to drop a bit when rated by the EPA here in the U.S. It is all-wheel drive by default, but the vehicle is smart enough to seamlessly switch between two and all-wheel drive to conserve power. From a performance perspective, expect a zero to 60 mph in about 4.5 seconds.

The GV70 Electrified also features an 800-volt electrical system with support for up to 350 kW charging. Genesis says the charging system will allow for a 10-80% charge in about 20 minutes, though we should note that chargers with greater than 300 kW are still very rare. Nonetheless, the GV70 Electrified is a bit future-proofed when it comes to charging. It’s also ready for a disaster as the GV70 features bidirectional charging with the ability to send up to 3.6 kw to power your home during a power outage or during peak electric periods.

Like most EV’s, this one also features one-pedal driving capabilities with a brake energy recovery system.

Genesis isn’t saying when to expect the GV70 Electrified in the U.S., but a 2022 launch as a 2023 model is a safe bet. Genesis has announced all of its new vehicle launches from 2025 forward will be powered by batteries or hydrogen fuel cells.