The company Genesis, which is a premium sub-brand of the Korean automaker Hyundai, has brought to the New York auto show an interesting concept of a two-seater electric car in the city.
The model is a two-door compact double hatchback with an unusual trunk, which can be accessed from the outside using two separate covers. You can reach this "shelf" inside the cabin, to which you simply turn around. The size of the trunk is clearly designed to transport day-to-day trifles and not to more serious goods.
The minimalist interior of the Genesis Mint uses leather and special textile trim, and the main screen is integrated into the center of the steering wheel. On the sides there are six small round indicators, which display the most important indicators of an electric vehicle. The driver and passenger seats can be divided into the armrest inlaid or removed, turning the seats into a sofa.
Since this is a "designer" concept, the developers did not specify the technical parameters of the electric vehicle. All that is known about the Genesis Mint is that its battery is integrated into the floor, the capacity will be sufficient for a power reserve of 320 km and supports high speed charging with a capacity of up to 350 kW.
Recall that last year in New York Genesis showed an even more futuristic concept of an electric sports coupe Genesis Essentia with a transparent hood and motors on wheels.