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Monday, November 22, 2021

The SEVEN Concept is revealed as the future full-electric SUV of Hyundai

~Wheeled Lounge~ The electric vehicles are growing to be much glimmer, it could be seen by many EVs developed by the world's automotive companies today. And recently the South Korean automaker Hyundai has revealed a teaser of the Hyundai SEVEN concept electric car technology that will be introduced in the near future.
The Hyundai SEVEN electric powered MPV concept is debuted at the 2021 Los Angeles  Auto Show event. (Picture from: Id.Motor1)
As reported by Auto Express, the SEVEN concept car as a full-size electric SUV hinting at future EV offerings is introduced on November 17, 2021 by the South Korean automaker at the Los Angeles Auto Show held on November 17 to 18, 2021 in Los Angeles, United States.
A part of the Hyundai SEVEN concept's front fascia have pixel-shaped headlights and DRLs. (Picture from: AutoExpress)
As for the exterior, Hyundai revealed the SEVEN concept car will have pixel-shaped headlights and DRLs. As for the look of the fascia, it appears that this car takes a few elements from the recent launched Hyundai Staria design language. While, The rear features a glass partition with a illuminated Hyundai logo and a full-width LED taillight bar, which matches the similar treatment on the front.
The Hyundai SEVEN electric powered MPV concept is equiped with the pillarless sliding doors, which will show a very spacious cabin like a lounge. (Picture from: Id.Motor1)
This concept car also has a fairly large wheelbase, which is around 126.0 inches and allows for a completely flat floor inside the cabin. Hyundai even pushed the car's wheels out as far as it could in an attempt to expand the platform.
A part of interior of the Hyundai SEVEN concept have materials and designs that are identical to home furniture. (Picture from: AutoExpress)
Furthermore the automaker said that the electric car is unique, where it will be equiped with the pillarless sliding doors, which will show a very spacious cabin like a lounge. Besides, this car's interior will have materials and designs that are identical to home furniture. For example, the captain's seat is similar to a chair from the future, a cloth sofa complete with pillows, and the use of wood material on several sides.
A part of interior of the Hyundai SEVEN concept's captain's seat is similar to a chair from the future, a cloth sofa complete with pillows, and the use of wood material on several sides. (Picture from: AutoExpress)
The SEVEN Concept is said to use an 800-volt drivetrain architecture that is supported by 350 kilowatt fast charging capabilities. It's mean that the Hyundai's concept car can be recharged from 10 to 80 percent in just 10 minutes, with a targeted electric range of over 300 miles (483 kilometers). Regarding the technical data is still kept secret, but the SEVEN electric car would be certainly use the E-GMP platform owned by the South Korean automaker.
The Hyundai SEVEN electric powered MPV concept's rear features a glass partition with a illuminated Hyundai logo and a full-width LED taillight bar, which matches the similar treatment on the front. (Picture from: Id.Motor1)
As quoted of the AutoExpress, the SEVEN also features a built-in mini fridge and 'shoe-car compartments' to freshen up passenger’s footwear on the move. The panoramic glass roof is actually an OLED screen that can display content or act as an atmospheric display to maximise relaxation.
Reportedly this Hyunday SEVEN concept car will be produced into the latest mass production car, named the Hyundai Ioniq 7 and is planned to be joined its siblings, the Ioniq 5 and Ioniq 6, in early 2024. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ID.MOTOR1 | AUTOEXPRESS ]
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