Genesis X Speedium Coupe Previews A Sexy EV Future
The overall shape remains, but the details have evolved. For example, the Two Lines headlamps now stretch across the front end, including below the triangular “grille” area. This lighting signature mimics the Genesis Crest Grille, integrating the low beam and high beam together in one element. From the side, the Genesis X Speedium exudes a streamlined elegance, albeit with a more bulbous rear end that strongly resembles the evolution from Jaguar E-Type Coupe to the E-Type 2+2. Though it keeps the bright green brake calipers from the previous concept, the Speedium receives a more intricate wheel pattern. We love how the bright green stands out from the metallic “Inje Green” paint, which inspired by the Inje Speedium’s mountainous landscape.
Unfortunately, Genesis did not provide any performance specs the last time, and it hasn’t added any now. Likewise, no photos are included of the interior, so we can’t speak on any changes from the previous concept.