All-electric Genesis X Convertible Concept Revealed
By Jaiveer Mehra
1 mins read
Published on November 16, 2022
- X Convertible concept is the final model from the Genesis X family
- Shares its platform and powertrain with its siblings
- Driver focused cabin gets a curved display angled towards the driver
Genesis has revealed the new X Convertible concept, the third and final model from the X concept. The X Convertible follows the X Speedium Coupe and the X Concept and will be showcased at the soon-to-commence LA Auto Show.
The X Convertible concept gets the same basic design as the X Speedium Coupe. The front is characterised by a long and low nose featuring the Genesis-typical twin light clusters. In the concept though the units are stretched into light bars running the width of the front and extending down the front fenders. The units also frame an enclosed grille with air vents positioned lower down on the bonnet.
A prominent shoulder line runs the length of the body with creases around the wheel arches giving the car a planted look. The Coupe’s roofline makes way for a folding hard top and a flat boot lid. The hard-top features a moon roof over the front occupants to enhance the feeling of space within the cabin. The rear too features a wraparound split tail-lamp set-up. The bumper lower down features a prominent diffuser element.
The cabin gets a driver-centric layout with a curved display housing the digital instrument cluster and a central touchscreen tilted towards the driver. The cabin features a four-seat layout with the company saying that the design inspiration came from traditional Korean roof architecture.
Coming to the powertrain, the X Convertible uses the same drivetrain as its previous X siblings with Genesis not sharing any further details.
The latest X concept is likely to be a design precursor to Genesis new generation of all-electric models due in the future.
Last Updated on November 16, 2022
Great Deals on Used CarsView All Used Cars
- 41,489 km
- 1,18,054 km
- 22,376 km
- 44,300 km
- 84,000 km
- 77,000 km
- 47,549 km
- 76,000 km
- 76,000 km
- 62,500 km
1 hour ago
The new video shows the subcompact SUV’s redesigned tail section and confirms that it will get ADAS functions
2 hours ago
The Mercedes-AMG CLE 53 4MATIC+ Coupe has an upgraded 3.0-litre inline six-cylinder turbo engine producing 442 bhp and 560 Nm torque.
4 hours ago
The Swift will be powered by a 1.2 litre, 3-cylinder petrol engine that puts out 81 bhp and 108 Nm of torque
4 hours ago
The Revuelto is powered by a 6.5 litre V12 engine mated to three electric motors that churn out a combined 1001 bhp
5 hours ago
Kia India takes the wraps off its new EV charging initiative, the K-Charge. It will be available to non-Kia EV owners as well.
5 hours ago
Milestone was reached about 7 years after the plant commenced operations in February 2017.
6 hours ago
Hero MotoCorp and Ather Energy come together to form a partnership for an inter-operable fast-charging network in India.
Kawasaki is offering discount vouchers on the Vulcan S, Ninja 400, Ninja 650 and Versys 650 in its lineup with benefits going up to Rs. 60,000
India-spec compact SUV to get a different design from the model sold in global markets.
FADA reports that retail sales for automobiles in India were at an all-time high, with 28.54 lakh vehicles sold, surpassing 25.69 lakh vehicles sold in March 2020, when the industry transitioned from BS4 to BS6.
7 days ago
New virtual race car will join the growing list of cars featured in the latest Gran Turismo video game
1 month ago
To utilise this function, users must update to the latest version or clear any previously registered vehicle keys and re-register the new keys.
2 months ago
The coupe model gets exclusive features that include a Sports+ driving mode and launch control and is available in three engine choices.
4 months ago
Hagens Berman sues Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis over alleged defective charging ports, misleading customers with lengthy charging times.
5 months ago
The Hyundai Motor Group hit the 5 million subscriber mark back in August 2021.