The X Speedium Coupe made its debut at the new Genesis House in New York, and it describes a lot of the design details we can expect to see on future all-electric Genesis models.
Like the Genesis X concept, the X Speedium Coupe uses the split ‘Two Lines’ headlight design that characterizes all of the brand’s products, but here they are full-width and extend into the grille. . They also wrap around the front wings and extend down the X Speedium’s flanks past the front wheels.
On the side we can see strong flared wheel arches similar to the Genesis X, but unlike that car, the roof extends to the rear with a design more reminiscent of snap brakes, helping the occupants to The latter has more space.
The wheel design is a much more elaborate diamond cut than the relatively simple five-spoke alloys found on the Genesis X. The raised double lines in the rear quarter window and slim digital rearview mirror Tomorrow from X concept is still the same.
At the rear there are horizontally split brake lights that have been used on all production Genesis models, but the third brake light above them is a contrasting V-shape. The longer roofline slopes down on the X Speedium Concept into a rear spoiler.
Genesis chose the name Speedium to refer to the Inje Speedium racetrack in Korea. Also, the reference to the circuit is the body color of the concept, which is an emerald metallic green called ‘Inje Green’.
Genesis has yet to confirm any details about the concept’s platform or powertrain but given the brand is owned by the Hyundai Group, we expect the car to be based on the Korean company’s latest version. Country. The Foundation of E-GMP. The platform supports both 400V and 800V charging and can provide a maximum range of up to 500 km (about 310 miles).
The chassis also has impressive performance potential.
The Kia EV6 GT shares the same platforms, and it comes with all-wheel drive and maxes out at 577bhp, enough to propel the crossover from 0-62mph in just 3.5 seconds.
Genesis Chief Creative Officer Luc Donckerwolke said “this is not a show car – it is a look at our design process as we explore ideas for the next wave of EVs.” , a wave that combines the DNA of Genesis.”