Genesis Unveils X Speedium Coupe Concept

Genesis X Speedium Coupe Concept

Source: Genesis

Genesis has unveiled the X Speedium Coupe Concept, previewing what customers can expect from the luxury automaker’s next wave of electric vehicles.

Following the principle of reductive design (or less is more), the concept stands out for its “restrained elegance, clean lines, and subtle curves.”

The front of the vehicle features a variation of Genesis’ signature two-line lamps, which have evolved into a full-width element that dips in the middle to create a triangular shape resembling the signature Genesis Crest Grille.

Meanwhile, the back features a ducktail spoiler with a V-shaped third taillight integrated into it, as well as an elliptical scallop and an aggressive diffuser.

The concept’s metallic green shade reflects the mountainous landscape where the Inje Speedium Racetrack is located, an inspiration for both the name and design of the vehicle.

Genesis X Speedium Coupe Concept

Source: Genesis

Genesis hasn’t revealed the X Speedium Coupe’s interior, though last year’s X Concept featured a driver-oriented cockpit with a dramatic, floating centre console and a raft of recycled and sustainable materials.

“This car is an open-door moment in Genesis’ journey towards our future EV design,” said Luc Donckerwolke, Chief Creative Officer at Genesis. “This isn’t a show car – it’s a look into our design processes as we explore ideas for the next wave of EVs, one that incorporates Genesis’ DNA.”

Though Genesis hasn’t indicated the concept will reach production, it has filed a trademark for the name ‘Genesis X Speedium Coupe’ in Australia, among other countries.

The concept car symbolises the brand’s transformation towards becoming a zero-emission vehicle brand by 2030.

Source: Genesis | Genesis debuts new concept car, Genesis X Speedium Coupe in New York

3 May 2022

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