NYIAS: Genesis Hybrid Sports Sedan Concept - To New Beginnings
Genesis is on path to preview its design language going forward with the reveal of the Hybrid Sports Sedan New York Concept. The styling is synonymous with the Vision G concept, while the powertrain and interior receive further enhancements.
The front fascia displays a large mesh trapezoidal grille as the centerpiece bookended by a pair of aggressive LED headlights. The fenders bulge out of the sides to give it a sculpted wide body look and feature mesh vents that match the grille.
Leather and suede cover the interior, and the dashboard features a 21-inch LED display by LG.
Genesis says a direct-injected hybrid engine powers its concept, and that it sends power to the wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission. The 2.0-liter GDi hybrid engine puts out an estimated 241 horsepower and 260 lbs-ft of torque, which is roughly on par with mid size luxury options such as the Lexus GS 200t.
While some of the more extravagant features are unlikely to make it into production, many of the design elements are likely to show up in the upcoming G70 and G80 models.
The Genesis model lineup will increase at a quick pace in the next few years with the introduction of six models by 2021.
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Ridiculous concept cars.
Looks vaguely similar to Infiniti's Q90 concept. Not a bad thing. I think Genesis brand was a smart move. I don't think they're after a 3 series, More C-Class or E-Class in my opinion. As far as crossovers go...give it time. I'm sure they'll have a version of the Santa Fe all dressed up, eventually.