Following the unveiling of the Genesis X Speedium Coupe, the company unveiled an interior design study during Monterey Car Week at Pebble Beach. The manufacturer calls the interior design language "the beauty of the white room." It is intended to be minimalist yet with strong design elements that enhance the look.
The driver sits in an asymmetrical cockpit with a center console that curves upward and meets the dashboard above the instruments. The dashboard has a brushed metal cladding on the side, which makes the detail particularly eye-catching. On top of the console is a touchscreen infotainment display.
The seats, instrument surrounds and parts of the console are upholstered in Pinegrove Green leather in a particularly dark shade. The rest of the interior is finished in Monterey Gold. This combination of colors creates a clear contrast between the two sides of the interior.
Two types of leather cover most of the interior. The upper uses a new breathable material that uses less water and chemicals than usual to produce. The rest of the upholstery is vegetable tanned leather. The steering wheel, on the other hand, is made from woven leather obtained from parts of the seat upholstery. The threads that hold everything together are made from recycled plastic.
Genesis worked with Guk-il Yoo, head of high end audio equipment manufacturer Metal Sound Design, to develop a stereo system for the Genesis X Speedium Coupé. Design features include in-dash tweeters with machined aluminum covers.
The appearance of the concept has not changed compared to its previous image. The car is a large Grand Touring coupe with an electric transmission. The nose has two illuminated elements that form a version of the shield grille found on other Genesis models. In profile, the long bonnet and curved roofline are clearly visible.