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Best Home EV Chargers for Genesis GV60

Updated July 6, 2024, by Michael Kim

Best Home EV Charger for Genesis GV60
Genesis GV60. Photos by Michael Kim.

Our Top Picks for the GV60

  1. Wallbox Pulsar Plus (see price)
  2. Grizzl-E EV Charger (see price)
  3. AMPROAD P9 (see price)
  4. Emporia EV Charger (see price)
  5. ChargePoint Home Flex (see price)

GV60 is the first all-electric crossover SUV from the startup luxury brand Genesis. The GV60 is built upon a dedicated electric E-GMP platform with an 800-volt architecture, meaning it was built as an EV from the ground up.

The GV60 was launched in 2022 in the US market as a 2023 model. The vehicle is available in Advanced or higher-end Performance trims, and all GV60s in America come standard with dual motor all-wheel drive and a 77.4 kWh battery capacity. The Advanced trim GV60 has 74 kW front and 160 kW rear motors (314 hp), while the Performance model has dual 160 kW motors, good for 429 horsepower. The estimated range for the Advanced and Performance trims is 248 and 235 miles, respectively.

The charging port on the Genesis GV60 features a standard J1772 / CCS connector, compatible with most public charging networks and home chargers. The onboard hardware is capable of charging at 11 kW at home on Level 2 alternating current. See below our list of recommended home chargers for the Genesis GV60.

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Genesis GV60 Charging Fast Facts

EV Charging ConnectorJ1772 / CCS
Battery Capacity77 kWh
Level 2 Charging Power11 kW
Level 2 Max Amps48 A
Level 2 [20-80%] Charge Time4.5 Hours
Level 3 Peak Power233 kW

Level 3 DC Charging Curve

Genesis GV60 Level 3 DC charging curve

Wallbox Pulsar Plus (40 and 48 Amp)

Wallbox Pulsar Plus and GV60

The Pulsar Plus is a fully featured home charging station from Wallbox that comes in 40-amp and 48-amp SKUs. It is one of the more compact and stylish options at just 7.8″ x 7.9″ x 3.9″ in dimensions and will look great in any garage, especially if hardwired from the rear input knockout. The 48-amp version can charge the GV60 at full speed, but even when connected to a NEMA 14-50 outlet, 40 amps is enough to charge at 9.6 kW.

Other benefits include a high-quality cord and J1771 connector with durable metallic components, and Wi-Fi connectivity that allows the Pular Plus to be managed using the Wallbox app. We weren’t fans of the included plastic external cord holster, but it’s a minor complaint because you can wrap the cord around the unit itself.


  • Amperage: 40 and 48 amp versions
  • EV Connector: J1772
  • Home Connection: NEMA 14-50 or hardwire
  • Cord Length: 25 feet
  • Weatherproofing: NEMA 4
  • Networking: Wi-Fi + BT
  • App Control: Yes
  • Warranty: 3 years


  • Compact, attractive design
  • Reputable brand
  • Durable J1772 connector


  • The external cord holster design could be better

Full Pulsar Plus Review

Grizzl-E Level 2 EV Charger (40 Amp)

Grizzl-E Level 2 Charger for Genesis GV60

If you don’t need the bells and whistles, the Grizzl-E is a solidly built home charging station that connects to a NEMA 14-50 or 6-50 outlet and supplies 40 amps. This is a great budget pick that is built to last, and handle extreme weather conditions well. With a NEMA 4 weatherproofing rating, it can easily operate outside in most conditions (-22F to 122F).

It is reliable and has a low learning curve because you simply plug it into the GV60 and the car can handle the rest. The 24-foot-long cord will reach both ends of the car and is made of quality insulation materials that stay compliant when the temperatures drop. The boxy design though, means that cord management depends on the plastic external holster.


  • Amperage: Up to 40 amps
  • EV Connector: J1772
  • Home Connection: NEMA 14-50, or hardwire
  • Cord Length: 24 feet
  • Weatherproofing:
    NEMA 4
  • Networking: No
  • App Control: No
  • Warranty: 3 years


  • Durable construction
  • Heavy-duty charging cable, suitable for extreme climates
  • Value 


  • No smart features or app control
  • Plastic external cord holster

Full Grizzl-E Classic Review

AMPROAD iFlow P9 (40 Amp)

AMPROAD iFlow P9 for GV60

AMPROAD offers a portable EV charger that is more durable than most. This really can be your day-to-day home charging station that you can occasionally bring long on a trip. It connects to a NEMA 14-50 outlet for Level 2 charging at up to 40 amps, but AMPROAD sells an optional Level 1 adapter for charging at 120 volts using a standard wall outlet.

We like the clear built-in LCD display for monitoring charging sessions. The cable is on the thicker side, but still manageable in colder weather, it should hold up well to everyday wear and tear. The package includes wall mounting hardware as well as a carrying case.


  • Amperage: Up to 40 amps
  • EV Connector: J1772
  • Home Connection: NEMA 14-50
  • Cord Length: 25 feet
  • Cord Gauge: 8 AWG
  • Weatherproofing:
  • Networking: Wi-Fi
  • App Control: No, web interface only
  • Warranty: 1 year


  • Portable, has a high quality and thick cable
  • Clear LCD screen
  • Wi-Fi connectivity


  • NEMA 14-50 placement at the top of the box may limit mounting options
  • Smart connectivity functions may have a learning curve

Full AMPROAD Review

Emporia Smart Level 2 EV Charger (48 Amp)

Emporia Level 2 Charger for Genesis GV60

Emporia has a budget-friendly smart EV home charging station that plays well with its entire smart home ecosystem of products. If you are building out your smart home with connected switches and devices, the Emporia product is worth consideration. You can schedule and configure your EV charging sessions from the same app as your smart home products.

You get an excellent Internet-connected 48-amp charging station under $400, with good thermal performance and smart cord management. Although it undercuts many competitors on price, Emproa does not cut costs where it matters in day-to-day usability.


  • Amperage: Up to 48 amps
  • EV Connector: J1772
  • Home Connection: NEMA 14-50 or hardwire
  • Cord Length: 24 feet
  • Weatherproofing:
    NEMA 4
  • Networking: Yes
  • App Control: Yes
  • Warranty: 3 years


  • Lower cost than competitors
  • Emporia app connectivity and scheduling
  • High-quality metal charge plug holder


  • The charge cord is shorter than the competition
  • The charger enclosure box is made from plastic

Full Emproa Review

ChargePoint Home Flex (50 Amp)

ChargePoint Home Flex and GV60

The recently updated Home Flex from ChargePoint is hard to fault. It’s the default choice for many auto manufacturers and installers because of its quality components and performance. With up to 50 amps, there is some thermal headroom for EVs like the GV60 that can only charge at 48 amps. The latest version of the Home Flex offers J1772 and NACs options, as well as both NEMA 14-50 and 6-50 input options. We would suggest hardwiring the product to take full advantage of the 50-amps.

Despite the 50-amp rating, the cord is actually easy to manage and pliable in all conditions. Cord management is well thought out, and we love the swiveling holster that gets the cord out of your way when not in use. ChargePoint has been around for many years, and they are best known for its large public charging network. This lets drivers use the same app and account for home and public charging as an added bonus.


  • Amperage: Up to 50 amps
  • EV Connector: J1772 or NACS
  • Home Connection: NEMA 14-50, 6-50, or hardwire
  • Cord Length: 23 feet
  • Weatherproofing: NEMA 3R
  • Networking: Wi-Fi + BT
  • App Control: Yes
  • Warranty: 3 years


  • High-quality cord material
  • Many plug-in installation options
  • Alexa/Google Home integration
  • EnergyStar certification


  • Only one Home Flex can be paired to an account
  • The product is heavily dependent on the app

Full Home Flex Review

Frequently Asked Questions about charging the GV60

How much does it cost to charge the Genesis GV60 at home?

With a typical rate of 13 cents per kilowatt hour and assuming 95% efficiency during charging, it would cost approximately $10.59 to fully recharge the GV60. Keep in mind that it would be very rare to need a zero to 100% charger.

Does the Genesis GV60 have a heat pump?

Yes, a heat pump is standard equipment in the US on the GV60. This is great news for customers living in colder states, as more winter range can be retained. 

What are the wheel and tire sizes available with the GV60?

The lower trim GV60s come with 19-inch wheels and 235/55R19 tires, with an option to upgrade to 20-inch wheels and wider 255/45R20 tires. (the 255 indicates tire width in millimeters) The GV60 Performance trim comes standard with 21-inch wheels and 255/40R21 tires. Wider tires and larger diameter wheels typically give up a little bit of range for a sportier road feel and appearance.

Does the Genesis GV60 come with free charging?

Genesis has announced a partnership with the Electrify America network in the United States, giving new GV60 owners 3 years of unlimited 30-minute charging sessions. Check with your dealer for details and eligibility.
Level 3 fast public chargers are great for road trips. Still, for everyday usage, we recommend owners install a home charging station to help preserve battery capacity and enjoy the convenience of having a charged battery each morning.

What side is the charging port on the GV60?

The charging port location is in the rear right-side corner of the vehicle. Keep this in mind when considering charging station installation in your garage.

Charging port on the right rear corner of the GV60

Can you charge a GV60 at Tesla Superchargers?

Yes, you may be able to charge at Superchargers. As of 2024, some Supercharger locations are open to non-Teslas, but availability is limited. Download the Tesla app and confirm in your specific region. In the future, you will be able to charge a GV60 at all Supercharger locations, but a hardware adapter will be required to connect a CCS-equipped Genesis to a NACS plug of a Supercharger.

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Testing home chargers for the GV60 in our garage

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