Hyundai reveals new electric SUV concept
Made its debut at the LA Auto Show
Yesterday at the 2021 Los Angeles Auto Show, Hyundai revealed a new electric vehicle concept called the Hyundai Seven.
The Hyundai Seven is currently just a concept, so there’s no guarantee it will go into production. However, with how popular electric SUVs have become in the past few years, Hyundai Seven will likely make its debut.
Hyundai shared that the concept is a category-bending electric SUV that highlights “an aerodynamically pure silhouette instinctively divergent from a typical SUV”.
To stay safe, a “Hygiene Air Flow” system is featured in the car's interior that isolates the airflow between front and rear passengers. Seats can also be customized “depending on driver-controlled or autonomous driving modes,” with a retractable joystick that replaces the steering wheel when the car is in self-driving mode.
The Hyundai Seven is capable of charging from 10 percent to 80 percent in about 20 minutes using chargers with 350kW capacity and has a range of over 300 miles.
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