This long, low-slung, two-door EV previews what's to come from future Genesis designs, and we're into it. Last week I went to a small studio space in Los Angeles to check out Genesis ' new GV70 crossover in person, but the real draw was the promise of getting to see a secret Genesis model. I was told it would be something that no one has ever heard of or speculated about, ruling out upcoming production models like the GV60 EV and next-gen G90 sedan. But I really wasn't prepared for what I saw when I turned the corner: a low-slung, supremely stunning, electric two-door coupe. Say hello to the Genesis X concept.
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Genesis X Concept First Look: A Coupe-Shaped Look Into The Future
Genesis is one of those great automotive glow-ups that only come around every few decades, maturing from value-priced competence to all-out style and luxury in three short years. And by the looks of its latest project, that momentum should continue into the near future. Genesis first pulled the covers from the vehicle at a private event in California, a region chosen specifically for its EV friendliness as well as a vibrant car culture that appreciates strong design and good performance. The hood wraps down over the fenders for a seamless clamshell appearance, though it maintains the three-dimensional, full-length bodyside crease that runs from the hood to the tail.
The pandemic may have prompted the cancellation of major auto shows around the world for more than a year now, but the cars themselves are still coming onto the scene. Sometimes their appearance is something of a surprise, as is the case with this Genesis X concept. We were floored when we first saw it, as it's a true show-stopper—if only there was a show for it to stop.