GENESIS X SPEEDIUM COUPE IN EV-FOCUSED EVENT

  • Genesis X Speedium Coupe showcases the future of Genesis electric vehicle design

  • Genesis announces plans to produce GV70 electrified in the United States

  • Genesis Priority One, the GV60’s personalized purchasing experience, is now available to customers in select US markets

New YorkAnd April 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Genesis showed the Genesis X Speedium Coupe for the first time at Genesis House New York, a cultural space in Manhattan Meat canning area. The concept car incorporates DNA Genesis, while looking ahead to the next wave of EVs and highlighting the future of Genesis as a luxury electric vehicle brand.

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Genesis X

The brand also announced plans to produce the upcoming electric GV70 SUV in the US at its manufacturing facility in Montgomery, Ala. Production is scheduled to begin in December.

In a series of ads focused on electricity, the brand also revealed the GV60 priority program for US consumers.

Imagine a new design convention for the future

The Genesis X Speedium Coupe was born from a “freestyle” design exercise based on the Genesis X concept. This initiative was led by Luc Donckerwolke, Genesis Chief Creative Officer and Automotive Person of the Year for 2022. It embodies the timeless Genesis design philosophy, Sporting Elegance, in a more progressive way.

The Speedium name is inspired by the Korean racetrack in Inje and the passion for motorsport inspired by the designers of Genesis. The name also embodies Genesis’ belief that the emotional value of driving will remain strong in the age of electricity. The addition of the word “Coupe” further enhances the driving pleasure through its aesthetic designs.

Genesis followed the principle of reductive design, or “less is more” for the concept car. The Genesis X Speedium Coupe is distinguished by its restrained elegance, clear lines and subtle curves.

The model challenges the status quo for a specific vehicle type. It’s not a traditional concept car that previews production line plans.

“This vehicle is the door-opening moment in Genesis’ journey towards designing the electric vehicles of the future,” said Luc Donckerwolke, Genesis’ Chief Creative Officer. “This isn’t a show car – it’s a look at our design processes as we explore ideas for the next wave of electric vehicles, one that includes Genesis.”

At the front of the car, the distinctive Genesis Two Lines headlights have evolved into a full-width element that includes the shape of the crest resembling the Genesis Crest Grille. It was designed to carry the signature wing face of the electric age by fusing daytime running lights with low beam and high beam together. It bears an electric face that symbolizes Genesis’ transformation towards becoming an all-electric car brand with a range of six models by 2030.

From an overhead perspective, the hourglass image highlights the car’s passion and personality. The slim and sensual shape accentuates the wheel arches creating a powerful presence.

Viewed from the side, the parabolic line running from the front of the car to the rear of the car maintains a certain tension in the design like any classic car. An intentional “anti-wedge” design culminates in a streamlined look that exudes understated elegance.

Meanwhile, the elliptical tail balances the profile for an optically adherent tension between the convex and concave surfaces of the stern. The V-shaped brake lights interrupt the rounded shape by producing the striking contrast that is one of the hallmarks of the Genesis.

“We give every design element room to breathe,” Donckerwolke said. “It’s not about making the design elements compete with each other, it’s about organizing the elements so that they complement and respect each other.”

The mineral emerald green shade of the concept is referred to as “Engy Green. “As expected of a car inspired by a Korean racetrack, the color includes the mountainous landscape where the track is located, complementing the image of a classic car that embodies dynamism, speed and timeless elegance.

Genesis 1 priority

Genesis has shown significant growth in the US market, with record monthly sales over the past 16 months. The brand recorded 11,723 sales in the first quarter of 2022, the largest quarterly sales achievement since entering the US market in 2016.

Starting today, customers in select US markets can enroll in Priority One, a program designed to curate a customized buying experience for the GV60, the brand’s first dedicated electric vehicle. By visiting www.genesis.com and providing their contact information and 500 dollars A refundable deposit, Genesis Concierge will simplify the process and match customers with a qualified retailer.

“We are pleased to introduce the highly anticipated first Genesis EV to the US market with the GV60,” he said. Claudia MarquezChief Operating Officer of Genesis Motor North America. “With Genesis Priority One, we renew our promise to our customers to provide a buying experience tailored to them.”

Genesis Priority One will be available at launch in CaliforniaAnd ConnecticutAnd New JerseyAnd New York For a limited time while stocks last.

Production plans for the electrified GV70

Genesis has announced that the electrified Genesis GV70 will be the first vehicle to be produced in the United States at its manufacturing facility in Montgomery, Ala. Production is expected to start in December 2022 With the aim of strengthening the position of Genesis electric vehicles in the market in the region and continuing its commitment to electrification.

“We are pleased to bring Genesis production to United State “For the first time, the GV70 SUV has won the hearts and minds of American consumers and industry experts alike,” said Jose Muñoz, President and CEO of Genesis Motor North America. “We are proud to begin offering consumers the new electric model, built right here in America. “.

About Genesis House

Genesis House New York has opened in November 2021 As the brand’s base in the US, it’s more than just a showroom – it’s a cultural oasis in the heart of the city. Covering over an acre (over 46,000 square feet) and three floors, it carries the brand’s bold and innovative spirit by welcoming guests in a dignified manner deeply rooted in Korean culture.

The announcements were made during a press-only event at the Cellar Stage – a basement space equipped with floor-to-ceiling LED lighting and the latest audio-visual technology. Genesis holds many events on the basement stage in collaboration with artists in the local community.

The first floor is an exhibition space where guests can experience the Genesis range of cars, both current models and concept cars that express the brand’s future vision. Architects have used mosaic-clad mirrors to accent the cars on display, and curators are on hand to provide detailed explanations. The Coordinator service at Genesis House is available in English, Spanish, French, Chinese and Korean, among other languages.

On the second floor, guests can enjoy a Korean cultural experience at the Library, Tea Pavilion, Genesis House Restaurant and Terrace Garden.

Genesis House Restaurant was created in collaboration with Onjium – a Michelin-starred restaurant and traditional cultural research center in flood – Offers a creative and elegant tasting experience that harkens back to the noble Korean cuisine that drew inspiration from what Joseon-era kings enjoyed in their palaces.

At the event, Genesis House Restaurant revealed a new Spring menu sponsored by Onjium.

The 9,493-square-foot terrace garden is located outside on the second floor, overlooking the Hudson Yards, Hudson River, and High Line. Reminiscent of a courtyard outside a hanok or traditional Korean house, surrounded by low walls and an alleyway, it serves as a relaxing place to enjoy a cup of coffee or tea.

Building on the success of Genesis House New York, the brand is exploring future plans to open branded cultural spaces in other regions.

Genesis gives

To celebrate this occasion and give back to the citizens New York Society, Genesis introduced a $50,000 Donate to Girls Who Code, an organization whose mission is to bridge the gender gap in technology and change the image of what a programmer looks and does. Girls Who Code is building the world’s largest pipeline of future female engineers. In nine years, they have reached over 450,000 girls globally.

This charitable contribution is a continuation of Genesis Gives, a new initiative that supports STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) education, sports and athletics for youth. Genesis Gives contributed more than $300,000 for reasons across United State Since its launch in November 2021.

Genesis Motor North America

At Genesis, we put the customer at the center of every decision we make. Genesis is a global automotive brand that delivers the highest standards of performance, design, safety and innovation while looking forward to a more sustainable future. Genesis designs customer experiences that go beyond products, embodying bold, forward-thinking and distinctive Korean characteristics within a uniquely sporty elegance design identity. With a growing portfolio of award-winning models—including this year’s 2022 MotorTrend SUV, and the GV70, along with the G70, G80, G90, GV60 and GV80—Genesis aims to pioneer the era of electrification by focusing on a dual electrification strategy that includes fuel cells and battery EVs, starting with the G80 and GV60 electric models. Genesis has announced its commitment to becoming a 100% zero-emissions brand by 2030 and striving for carbon neutrality by 2035.

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