Hyundai makes fun of the Ioniq SEVEN concept


Ioniq 5 all this and we were left under the impression That it was the model that foreshadowed the brand’s upcoming electric vehicles.

It does not matter. Hyundai has many uniquely designed models that share just enough to make it evident that they are still part of the larger family and most of what we see about the SEVEN concept is its comfortable and welcoming interior. These teasers really make you want to curl up inside the SEVEN with a novel by Tolstoy and a blanket to see how much time you can go without interruption.

While one would probably be more comfortable in a Mercedes-Maybach, Hyundai’s photos do an outstanding job of presenting a congenial space. Kudos to the interior design department and the photographer who failed to include a sleeping kitten to maximize visual tranquility.


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No word on how eco-friendly these sustainable materials actually are. But, as the automaker said the car would offer a “mobility experience,” we’re pretty deep into petty, clichéd corporate expressions.

The point is, the interior of the SEVEN looks like the kind of place someone working on the spaceship Enterprise could take a break. . But we know the chances of it retaining those characteristics are slim once it’s been massaged to adhere to the necessary safety regulations and production requirements that befits a true production vehicle. Let’s just hope that whatever the SEVEN translates to ultimately retain some of the fascinating lighting and seating elements we see in these teasers.

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