CONCEPT CAR

Genesis X Speedium Coupe Concept

This beautiful concept car evokes iconic GT styling. It delivers the emotional pull of driving sport

Genesis X Speedium Coupe unveiled

"When a car is beautiful, it doesn't need to say a lot"

Sang Yup Lee, Global Head of Design for Genesis

The left half of the rear section of the Genesis X Speedium Coupe in black
Genesis X Speedium Coupe in black from the side in dark surroundings

Exterior

Metallic paint

The "Inje Green" metallic paint evokes the lush environment of the Inje Speedium race circuit in the mountains of South Korea. It is a classic racing colour, perfectly suiting the timeless elegance of this dynamic car.

Boot and rear lights of the Genesis X Speedium Coupe
Genesis X Speedium Coupe in black from the front

Exterior

Front design

The two line motif is the signature Genesis design element. Chief Design Officer Peter Schreyer says "If it wasn't there, something would be missing".
In this concept the twin headlights have evolved into a full-width design element. The uninterrupted face symbolises Genesis’ transformation into an all-electric car brand by 2030.

Exterior

Side profile

The elegant parabolic line defines the Speedium's classic proportions. The front and rear wings have a dynamic strength to them, accentuated by the clean and simple lower sills.

Genesis X Speedium in black from the side
Genesis X Speedium Coupe in black from diagonally behind in dark surroundings

Exterior

Rear design

The hallmark two line motif is continued into the rear light clusters. Above, the distictive elliptical tail houses the unique V-shaped brake light that provides a striking contrast to the elegant curves of the rear bodywork.

Reductive design

The principle of reductive design is that "less is more". Genesis design is genuine, purist design; every detail is there for a reason. It is all about honesty: if something is unnecessary, then it is not included.

Concept drawing of the Genesis X Speedium Coupé
Concept drawing of the Genesis X Speedium Coupé from the side

Integrated daytime running lamps

By integrating the daytime running lamps with the low beam, high beam and turn signals, the familiar crest grille and the Wing Face are reinterpreted for the electric era.

Genesis X Speedium Coupe in black from the front

Hourglass silhouette

The strong curves of the wheel arches create a muscular stance. This is softened by the elegant curve of the parabolic line and the uncluttered simplicity of the door sills.

Genesis X Speedium Coupe in black from diagonally behind in dark surroundings

Introducing the Genesis X Speedium Coupe Concept

"This isn’t a show car — it’s a look into our design processes as we explore ideas for the next wave of electric vehicles, one that incorporates Genesis"

Luc Donckerwolke, Chief Creative Officer (2022)

Boot and brake lights of the Genesis X Speedium Coupe