Well, what have we here?

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Wait for it...

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There it is!

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This is the New York Concept.

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It's the first concept from Genesis, Hyundai's luxury offshoot.

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There are two other Genesis cars at the moment, but they're updated or carryover models from the Hyundai days.

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In fact, this is the first "true" Genesis vehicle, even though it'll never reach production in this form.

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It's not just a sporty looking car, it's also a hybrid!

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It's packing a two-liter, direct-injected engine mated to electric motors -- or maybe just one, Genesis didn't say.

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Net output is 241 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque.

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The car utilizes an eight-speed automatic transmission.

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Eight-speeds are kind of a sweet spot between performance and efficiency.

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While it is a bit thrifty in the fuel department, this car packs some very sporty looks.

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The lines underneath the headlights allow air to flow into and through the wheel wells.

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The six-sided grille that first found popularity on the Genesis G80 (formerly Hyundai Genesis) once again appears here.

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Those super-thin headlights are quite fetching.

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In fact, the whole front end is quite the attractive affair.

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Do you like grilles? You'd better, if you're interested in this thing.

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Thanks to new technologies, headlights are no longer relegated to giant square shapes.

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The car's long hood is another visual element that belies sportiness.

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The jury is out on whether or not this car was called New York solely because it debuted in New York.

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The wheels are awfully aggressive, fitting perfectly into their wells.

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These gill-like vents behind the wheels are easily the most polarizing part of the exterior.

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Slim side-view mirrors are part and parcel with 21st-century concept cars.

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Why yes, that is a light-up emblem inside the seat.

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That gargantuan screen measures 21 inches.

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Instead of being a five-seater, this car will carry no more than four.

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This honkin' screen displays information in 4K resolution.

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It wouldn't be a concept car without a positively ludicrous steering wheel.

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The center console splits up both rows, just like a Porsche Panamera or Aston Martin Rapide.

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The seats are pretty plush-looking.

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The rear end's a little on the boring side, to be honest.

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Slim taillights are nice, and reminiscent of the G80, but the whole thing is just a little too rounded to be straight sporty.

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