05 Apr 2021: Genesis X concept previews the brand's future electric sedans
Hyundai-owned luxury brand Genesis has revealed its fifth concept vehicle, called the Genesis X. It showcases the company's vision for a luxurious grand tourer running on an electric powertrain.
As for the highlights, the car has a futuristic look and a driver-oriented cabin made of recycled materials. It also comes loaded with new age features.
Here are more details.
Exteriors: The car sports a large mesh grille
Genesis X concept has a sloping roofline, a muscular bonnet, a large blacked-out grille, and a wide air dam. The brand's 'Two Lines' philosophy is evident in the headlights and taillamps.
On the sides, it is flanked by video cameras instead of ORVMs, and 5-spoke 'turbine type' alloy wheels with lime-green brake calipers.
The car has a horseshoe-shaped rear to accentuate its sleek profile.
Fact: It is a 'high-performance GT'
The Genesis X concept is a fully electric, "high-performance GT," according to the company. However, no details pertaining to its performance or specifications have been revealed as of now.
Interiors: The vehicle has a feature-loaded cabin
The Genesis X concept has an upscale cabin made of recycled materials. It has a dashboard and center console which surrounds the driver, a multifunctional flat-bottom steering wheel, 4-point seatbelts as well as bucket seats.
The car houses a digital display for air conditioning and infotainment. A crystal lever present on the armrest can be used to switch between driving modes.
Fact: Genesis X concept: Availability
Genesis X is a concept vehicle and is unlikely to go into production. However, it will serve as a foundation for new electric cars that are likely to be announced by the company in the coming years.