What happens when you take luxury and shrink it down into a bite sized morsel?
You get this, the mint concept from Genesis here at the New York Auto Show.
Now, it's a concept, so we don't really know if it's ever going to go into production.
But Genesis is very bullish on it, saying, we really hope to see this in the very near future.
And why wouldn't you want to build this?
This little runabout is adorable, with these giant 21 inch wheels, all the LEDs you could possibly want But I really dig these surprising millionaire doors in the rear.
It's for the cargo area, so you can park as close as you need to to the car next to you, and you still have access to your groceries.
So this is a small car, made for the city, so naturally, it's an EV.
Genesis said it would get about 200 miles of range, and it has access to high speed charging.
And naturally, it is semiautonomous, level three conditional autonomy, which means that this guy could take over for itself When the journey permits.
Now when you open the regular doors, no not millionaire doors, just regular doors, the main concept invites you in with a rotating bench seat and this really cool Gmetrix diamond pattern.
And ballistically there is only one screen right there on the steering wheel.
There is no screen overload in this Concept.
The Genesis Mint concept shows us that luxury doesn't have to be a big-old SUV.
Instead, it can be like a little Girl Scout cookie you can just put right in your pocket.