Genesis has unveiled its third and final X concept, the Genesis X Convertible, ahead of its official debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Showcasing the luxury brand’s Athletic Elegance design language in its purest form, the concept shares its underpinnings and electric powertrain with the X Concept from 2021 and X Speedium Coupe concept from earlier this year.
On the styling front, the stunning concept features classic proportions with a long bonnet and short front overhang. Like all Genesis products, the brand’s familiar Quad Lights make an appearance at the front, forming an LED light bar and an outline of the Crest Grille.
Side on, its shallow glasshouse, low roof line, bulging wheel arches along with the pronounced crease line that stretches from the bonnet all the way to the lip spoiler on the decklid give the concept a classic grand tourer profile.
Dubbed the ‘Parabolic Line’, Genesis says it “emphasises the regal character of the profile, creating tension between the full surfaces through a gently rearward-sloping horizontal belt line”.
While it might have gone out of fashion of late, the concept features a folding hardtop with transparent moon roof above the occupants. Finally, the concept rolls on a set of complex G-Matrix pattern and concave alloy wheels.
Inside, the car’s interior is equally as impressive with a wraparound instrument panel and cabin materials made of a mixture of recyclable wool fabric and leather. It also features a sound system developed by sound master, Guk-il Yu.