Genesis has published a teaser for its new products on the eve of the New York Auto ShowApril 13, 2019
At the auto show in New York, which will begin its work next Tuesday (April 16), the South Korean prestigious brand Genesis will present a new electric concept, and something else. Unfortunately, at the moment there is very little information about what this second car will be like.
South Korean brand Genesis today posted a video teaser on its Facebook page on the social network. In fact, this video can not be called disturbing. We already know that the manufacturer of luxury cars will participate at the New York Auto Show in 2019 with a concept electric car – a couple of weeks ago, said the head of Hyundai, which owns the premium brand Genesis, in an interview with CNET Roadshow.
Judging by this video, we can find out that the presentation of new concepts is scheduled for April 16, but are there any other hidden messages in this video?
What if, in addition to the electric concept car, the Genesis will also show a prototype of its GV80 crossover? At the end of January of this year, we saw the GV80 test car with a disguise, and, in our opinion, it turned out to be a serial version of the model, and not its early prototype.
Earlier there were rumors that the official presentation of the prestigious GV80 crossover will be held at the end of this year. As for the electric concept, there is still little news about it. There is every reason to believe that he may have at least some connection with the Essentia Concept – a stunningly amazing electric car that Genesis brought to New York last year. It was reported that the serial version of the Essentia model will have a limited edition and correspondingly high price.
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