LOS ANGELES — The X Convertible, the third in a trio of Genesis concepts, previews some key styling cues that will adorn the luxury automaker's electric vehicles.
It was unwrapped late Tuesday against the backdrop of a spectacular West Coast sunset in Malibu, Calif., ahead of the Los Angeles Auto Show.
The sleek open-roof, four-door concept follows the Genesis X Concept two-door grand tourer and Genesis X Speedium Coupe, which showcased a new, lighted version of the crest grille and what the brand calls its "athletic elegance" design language.
The new grille, also featured on the X Convertible, is a cleaner take on the mesh design found across Genesis' lineup. A spokesperson for the brand said it serves as a blueprint for the front-end designs that will be featured on future Genesis EVs.