Genesis Essentia GT Concept

Mar 30, 2018

Category: Rides

Concept cars are a dime a dozen, nowadays. And, let’s be honest, most of them are middling at best. So when one is truly special, it stands out in stark contrast against the rest of the pack. Such is the case with the gorgeous Genesis Essentia GT Concept.

Forget the fact that this car will likely never actually be built and just revel in its beauty for a moment. The wide and low stance and sloping aerodynamic silhouette serve to simultaneously give it both an intimidating and alluring appearance, which is bolstered tremendously by the transparent hood that transitions seamlessly into the “bubble” roof and all-carbon fiber monocoque. What’s even more interesting than the design itself is that this car is intended to be all-electric, its power derived from a series of motors that are said to give it a 0-60 time of just 3 seconds – putting it well within supercar range. It also features a plush custom interior loaded with tech, gorgeous wheels, and unique slivers of head and tail lights. We can only hope this concept sees the light of day.

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