Once again, Hyundai Motors has come up with a sporty and stylish EV concept. The Prophecy, so-called by the South Korean manufacturers, is a pure futuristic gem. The company wants to enhance the emotional relationship between humans and automobiles. The concept is built on a brand new EV architecture, defined in terms of clean surface and pure volume. The company did not reveal any specifications related to the Hyundai Prophecy. Hyundai aims to showcase the vision of the company and what they look for in the electric vehicle segment.
The designer of Hyundai Prophecy claims that the company is successful in pushing the limits of the electric vehicle segment. On the other hand, many sources believe that the Hyundai is famous for bringing in designs from fellow competitors at comparatively low prices. In this case, the exterior of the Prophecy seems to be inspired by Tesla and Porsche.
The exterior of the Prophecy
The talking point of this sporty concept EV lies on the outer side. The sleek and stylish headlamps and taillamps belong to the pixelated lamps family, which are the signature lamps for the Hyundai automobiles. The curvy front nose, extending from the middle to the lamps, fulfills is perfect for that aerodynamic boost. The smooth finish from A to C pillar, and floating curvy roofline gives a sporty finish at the ends. From the rearview, the EV looks masculine with two big vertical signature lamps and uplifted back.
The interior of the Hyundai Prophecy
In the interior, there is no steering wheel. Yes! you heard it right. The steering wheel is replaced by two joysticks, one at the center console and another placed adjacent to the driver’s seat. As expected, there are no physical buttons to play with large screens that cover all the front area of the winged shaped dashboard. Since the Hyundai Prophecy is an EV, the long-wheelbase opens up much more space for passengers. The interior looks very airy and does not feel claustrophobic.
The Hyundai Prophecy is not going to go under production any time soon. But the company must be given credits for thinking such a beautiful marvel and proved that anything could be imagined and put into the picture.
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