If you plan on going to Goodwood this year, keep an eye out for a radical-looking, all-electric fastback concept.
Genesis Has announced that it is planning to make its debut X spidium coupe concept Personally at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed, which runs from 23 to 26 June.
The South Korean luxury automaker first unveiled the X Speedium Coupe concept in April 2022 with a series of renders.
The concept is a fastback version of the Notchback Genesis X Concept, released in March 2021. It also bears some resemblance to the 2018 Genesis Essence concept.
It is an evolution of the brand’s ‘Athletic Elegance’ design philosophy and covers the language of signature ‘two line’ design.
Genesis further states that the name Spidium was inspired by “the passion for motorsport felt by Genesis designers at Korean races,” referring to the Inje spidium racing circuit.
The Genesis X Speedium Coupe concept ended in Inje Green, which is also inspired by the South Korean race track.
Although Genesis did not indicate whether the concept would reach production, it recently introduced a trademark in Australia called ‘Genesis X Spidium Coupe’ among other countries.
As with the X21 concept of 2021, Genesis X has not released the specification of the electric powertrain of the Speedium Coupe.
With the X Speedium Coupe concept, Genesis has announced that it plans to showcase the electrified GV70 SUV at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed.
This is the first electric SUV to be seen in Europe. Australian media outlets were recently invited to a pre-production test drive of this and the electrified G80 sedan.
The Genesis Electrified GV70 SUV debuted at the 2021 Guangzhou Motor Show and is set to hit the Australian showrooms in the third quarter of 2022.
As detailed in our initial price and special article, the price of the Genesis Electrified GV70 will be $ 105,000 to $ 115,000 before the on-road cost and it will sit above the GV70 range.
It is a 77.4kWh battery that enables the claimed driving range of 450km, capable of DC fast-charging up to 350kW. The drive comes from a dual-motor setup that produces up to 360kW of power (boost mode) and 700Nm of torque output.
Genesis claims that the electrified GV70 can do 0-100km / h sprint in 4.5 seconds.
At the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed, South Korean luxury automaker plans to showcase all-electric GV60, G70 shooting brakes, G80 sedans and GV80 SUVs.
Dominic Boyesh, Managing Director of Genesis Motor Europe, said:
“Both cars represent our firm commitment to establishing ourselves as a completely zero emissions brand by 2030, and we can’t wait to share them and the larger Genesis family with the audience at the prestigious Goodwood Festival of Speed.”
As previously detailed, Genesis has confirmed that it will not launch any new internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles from 2025 and aims to become all-electric by 2030. Hydrogen Fuel Cell (FCEV) vehicles no longer seem to exist. Cards.
Genesis promises to be completely carbon neutral by 2035.
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