- Genesis Model Type
- 2G Genesis Sedan (2015-2016)
Let's not confuse the dirt issue by saying some attract more than others because they all do that equally. It is just that some - show - it more, but they all have it. Selecting a premium brand should go along with the willingness to go the extra step to maintain it looking premium so not sure why a little extra effort would cause one to change their preferred color. If you like the beige and it means an extra few minutes keeping it clean, so be it, totally worth it. Light colors show the contours and different lines and materials better than dark ones so I happen to prefer light, but respect all choices.The greater noticeability is exactly the problem and will be related as "attracting dirt" by most. Most don't want to baby their car to that level so that it doesn't appear dirty
Here is a post from me earlier this summer on interior colors - Enjoy!
Many people fear light color interiors because they show dirt vs black which hides it (but the dirt is still there). I have always had light color interiors and all it takes is a monthly wipe down with a leather cleaner (on the seats that may be showing dirt/marks) and followed by a conditioner to keep them supple. The dirt is more a reflection of the driver's standards than the color itself. I'd hate to see the color of the towel when 3 year old black leather gets cleaned if the driver picked that color to hide dirt and never cleaned it - yukk. No matter the color, the dirt will happen. My whole interior can be cleaned and conditioned in 20mins. Hope this helps.