The breathtaking coupe has been unveiled today at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in United States and aims to showcase a potential high-end version of the Genesis Coupe focusing more on luxury rather than sportiness. It’s unknown at this point whether the concept will ever morph into a production version, but it would be a shame if it didn’t as it seems very appealing both inside and out.
It looks significantly different than the standard Genesis Coupe as it has received a more upscale design with a prominent front grille, sleek headlights featuring a wraparound design along with an elongated hood and a set of chunky alloy wheels. The high beltline combined with the sloped roofline give the concept a dynamic appearance while at the back resides a dual exhaust setup as well as a built-in spoiler mounted on the trunk.
Once you get inside the cabin, you will notice it oozes a premium finish thanks to the high-end leather-wrapped upholstery, individual rear seats, numerous gold accents and an elegant wood trim while the Lexicon surround sound system should provide an excellent aural experience. Perhaps the most interesting feature of the car is a technology that automatically opens the door to create a valet-like user experience for the driver, but unfortunately Hyundai doesn’t provide details about how this is actually done.
In terms of power, the Hyundai Vision G Concept Coupe comes with the company’s familiar V8 5.0-liter Tau naturally aspirated gasoline unit which in this application develops 420 bhp at 6,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 518 Nm at 5,000 rpm which should be more than enough for a high-end cruiser.
Hyundai has plans to bring the concept to the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance on August 16 in Monterey, California and they are saying it takes inspiration from a “family of future premium products that promise luxury, performance and style with the value and responsibility.”