Hyundai launches a new concept of electric cars
Hyundai launches a new concept of electric cars

Hyundai Motor joins the ranks of automakers treating self-driving cars as living rooms. The South Korean company presented its new concept of electric cars at the 2021 Los Angeles Auto Show.

This concept demonstrates how the scalable electric vehicle platform can be expanded for very large SUVs.

Hyundai Seven is based on the automaker's Global Electric Platform (E-GMP) that also supports the upcoming Ioniq 5, Kia EV6 and Genesis GV60 models.

Unlike these vehicles, the Hyundai Seven is just a concept and its production start cannot be guaranteed. However, given the popularity of SUVs, the Hyundai Seven is likely to hit dealerships in one form or another.

With a 350 kW charger, Hyundai Seven can be charged from 10% to 80% in about 20 minutes. The automaker's goals also include a range of more than 300 miles.

Hyundai Seven is one of the largest Korean concept cars, with a wheelbase of 10.5 feet, which is longer than the Cadillac Escalade.

With family-style doors, adjustable seats and retractable controls, the Hyundai Seven is also the automaker's vision for the future of self-driving cars.

There are three rows of seating, with swivel chaise longues in the front and a reclining seat in the third row. This is an arrangement, although it can be customized.

The seat moves so that passengers can communicate. The driver's seat is also equipped with a retractable joystick that disappears in autopilot mode. There is also a small refrigerator.

The roof is equipped with a panoramic OLED screen that can display occupant content or lay the foundation for a comfortable ride.

Hyundai launches seven

Automakers love concept cars that dream of the future, and people can drive them in self-driving cars that look like luxury homes.

Other automakers such as Audi, BMW and Volvo have come up with similar ideas that will transform the interior into a place where we work, eat, sleep and socialize.

Hyundai cars also care about cleanliness as people realize that in a post-pandemic world, people may need features that help keep cars clean.

The inner surface is made of renewable and recyclable materials such as bamboo, copper and hygienic fabrics.

Hyundai cars take inspiration from the cabin to develop HVAC systems. The system has horizontal and vertical positions that can isolate the air flow between front and rear occupants, reduce pollution and protect hygiene.

When everyone leaves the car, the Hyundai No. 7's built-in UV light disinfects everything.

Unlike previous concepts, such as converting the classic Grandeur to electric, the Hyundai Seven is firmly rooted in the future. These design elements, which are used to achieve actual production of cars, demonstrate Hyundai's commitment to progress.

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