The Genesis X Convertible Concept made a happy face debut at the LA Auto Show. – Dubai Car News

Genesis embraces Southern California’s open-air culture with its latest X Concept, the third to debut since 2020.

The concept’s sleek exterior is said to represent the automaker’s “athletic elegance design language in its purest form.” Those familiar with the Genesis X and Genesis X Speed ​​​​Coupe concepts will surely notice. enough The family resemblance, from the long hood and short deck to the gently arching body line, flared wheel arches, and of course, the trademark Genesis split lights front and rear. A smiling Genesis crest spans the front clip, outlined with LED lights.

Obviously, the big difference here is the folding roof. Even in the up position, occupants of the X Convertible can enjoy blue skies or starry nights as the mechanical hardtop includes a transparent moonroof. The ducktail spoiler at the rear and small front/rear overhangs are straight out of the X and X Speedium Coupe concepts. Likewise, the Genesis EV doesn’t offer details on the powertrain.

The four-seat driver and passenger enjoy an interior that matches the previous concepts. With a wraparound cockpit for driver and accommodation, inspired by Korean roof architecture, according to the Genesis. Even the main interior color – called Giva Navy – is a shade often used on ceiling tiles.

“It’s a natural progression for Genesis to extend the athletic and emotional side of our design philosophy by creating an emotional trilogy: the X family,” said Genesis Chief Creative Officer Luc Donker-Volke. said “Innovation drives us to engage more with the environment around us. We are in the process of transforming Genesis into a company that will deliver products for consumers to enjoy.”

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At this point, the million dollar question is whether this – or any – X Concepts production will be seen. Throughout the multi-year X journey, Genesis has positioned Concepts as the company’s design language for the future. In other words, don’t expect to see a rare Genesis convertible in dealership showrooms anytime soon.

The 2022 LA Auto Show opens to the public on November 18 and runs through November 27.


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