Last year Genesis, the premium company of Hyundai Introduced in Los Angeles with Genesis X, the elegant Gran Turismo Electrician With interesting concepts for the future of the brand. Now a year later Genesis reaffirms its commitment to electric mobility and the style of this concept with its evolution known as the Genesis X Speedium Coupe Concept.
More modern, but also more elegant
As explained by Genesis itself, this new Concept “Born from a free-form design exercise based on the Genesis X concept” which in turn is based on the company’s Athletic Elegance design language. However, the X Speedium Coupe brings some new details to the formula for a more modern look. We see the most obvious in its introduction, which is It abandons the classic Genesis Crest grille to leave a completely enclosed surface but maintains a similar graphic thanks to the LED stripes that connect to its iconic Two Lines headlights.In its corners, so as with its predecessor, it reaches the beginning of the two doors of this model.
The other comes when we look at his silhouette, because now he adopts a Background with more fastback styleIt is topped with a duck tail spoiler, which gives it extra elegance. And no obvious rear diffuser or new wheels with a more complex design, accompanied, again, yes, again with lime green brake calipers.
Shaping the electrical configuration of the future
Genesis did not provide details about the technical part of the concept, although it did make clear that the concept is a way to advance the future of its design as a brand in its electric transformation – which already began with Genesis GV60And GV70 s G80 electrifiedSports cars like this one won’t be forgotten either. As Luke Dunkerulc, Creative Director at Genesis explains, “This vehicle is an open door in Genesis’ journey toward electric vehicle design of the future.Thus ensuring that it is not just another show car, but a “look at our design processes as they are.” We explore ideas for the next wave of electric vehicles, incorporating DNA Genesis“.
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