Now, it’s the turn of the Genesis X Convertible, wading into a segment — electric open-tops — that’s still fairly rare for the moment. It has a folding hardtop roof, complete with transparent sections above the front row, but which can open completely to allow all four occupants to feel the wind in their hair.

There’s a long hood and short overhangs, together with the memorable quad-light signature. A concave elliptical duck tail rear gets similar lights, while the wheels are aerodynamically designed concave dishes.

Inside, meanwhile, it’s another driver-centric concept, with a wraparound asymmetric finish. Genesis says the Giwa Navy and Dancheong Orange color scheme is meant to be a nod to traditional Korean roof architecture, a mixture of recyclable wool fabric and leather.

Sadly for would-be EV convertible buyers, Genesis isn’t talking about production plans for the X Convertible. Still, we can apparently expect to see hints of these designs show up in successors to current electric models like the GV60 and Electrified G80.

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