The concept was described as Hyundai’s inspiration for its family of future premium products that promise luxury, performance and style with the value and responsibility that is the foundation of Hyundai’s brand.
Unveiling a car at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art only to a select few individuals speaks volumes to the rest of the automotive community. According to a press release by Hyundai that dropped earlier today (Aug. 11, 2015) Hyundai introduced a new concept, the Vision G Coupe, to the world that is meant to synthesize into it’s purest form what exactly it hopes to imbibe into every one of its luxury vehicles. Hyundai decided to skip Pebble Beach for their official reveal altogether although they’ll still showcase that car this weekend during the Concours d’ elegance.
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"“The concept was designed with coordinated input from Hyundai design studios around the world, but was led by our team here in the U.S. The coupe was intended to be elegant but unpretentious, conveying that you don’t need to be over the top in terms of glitz and stereotypical luxury cues.”"
What results is nothing but world class styling. Then again, you’ve got former Audi designer Peter Schreyer at the helm of the design team, so we’d expect nothing less. Hyundai has made a reputation for itself with it’s Genesis series with it’s coupe and sedan. According to Hyundai, they’ve expressed interest to bring a more luxurious replacement to what we know as the Genesis coupe. If you take away all the fancy chrome trim, slap on a set of more conservative rims, a pair of less pretentious mirrors and throw in a cloth/faux leather interior, you very well may be looking at the next-generation Genesis coupe. If so, that rear is just begging for a decent spoiler. That’s just our opinion.