14 Sep 2022
Thursday 1 September, Genesis Motors Australia shared its vision of an electric future with friends, clients and VIPs at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA). Guests who joined on the night included Benji Marshall, Jono Castanao, David Caon, Mitch Orr, Ksenija Lukich and Paul Gow.
At an artful event curated by the experience maestros at Semi-Permanent, Genesis unveiled its first-ever dedicated electric vehicle, the striking GV60, along with a preview of the Electrified GV70 SUV and Electrified G80 sedan. This exciting range of luxury electric vehicles puts the brand at the forefront of electrification. The stunning X Speedium Coupe also made its debut, the first concept car from Genesis to venture down under.
Building on the evening’s theme, the electronic duo Flight Facilities headlined the evening with an electrifying performance of their global hits. A further highlight was the giant immersive installation by Jesse Woolston, a multimedia artist and composer hailing from Auckland, New Zealand, whose visual art explores the incandescence of shapeshifting geometry.
“We are extremely proud to unveil the striking GV60, our first-ever dedicated electric vehicle, and the first of a trio of EVs from Genesis,” said Connal Yan, Head of Genesis Motors Australia.
“This is an important step for Genesis, positioning us at the forefront of electrification, and we are delighted to partner with MCA to offer our guests an exclusive experience as we preview our future”.
“The event is a moment to celebrate Genesis’ future as a true luxury electric vehicle brand,” he said.
The celebration was held at the MCA in The Rocks as the first phase in an exciting two-year partnership between Genesis and Australia’s leading contemporary art museum.
Genesis’ trio of electric vehicles (GV60, Electrified GV70 and Electrified G80) will be available in Australian showrooms from September 2022. For more information please visit: genesis.com.