NEW YORK – As many automakers leave the small car segments for sales security for utility vehicles, the latest concept from Genesis is a complete compact.
The coin is a two-seat electric two door aimed at urban drivers. The car manufacturer has not detailed its technical specifications, but said it was designed to go about 200 miles per load. For the time being, it is mostly about the style.
With a shape that falls somewhere between a hatchback and a sedan, the Minten has ultra-smooth surfaces and you can save on a small grill opening that resembles a mouth.
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It is a signature feature, but are a couple of case doors that allow access to the trunk. In front there is a leather lined cabin with a bench, a rectangular steering wheel equipped with a screen in the middle of it. and three small round control pillows on each side.
There are also three pedals, which do not make much sense to an electric car, but who knows what they have planned.
From now on, there are no plans to put it into production, but there will be nothing like Genesis ever did.