Ahead of the New York International Auto Show, Hyundai’s luxury brand has unveiled a new compact concept called the Mint. Appropriately in green, the all-electric Genesis Mint Concept is a lightweight, compact two-door, two-seater designed for upper-crust city drivers.

A vented matrix that Genesis calls the “G-Matrix” pattern dominates the very lowest portion of the car, encircling the bottom of the Mint like a lower body halo, and directs airflow to the batteries underneath the vehicle’s floor. This helps cool them while leaving the rest of the Mint Concept’s bodywork smooth and curvy. This pattern is echoed in the Mint’s wheels and as a design element on the interior.

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