Hyundai’s ‘Seven’ concept EV is a self-driving parlor

Hyundai is joining the ranks of automakers imagining self-driving vehicles as living rooms. The brand has uncovered its beforehand teased “Seven” concept EV, and it’s worked for a period when you may just periodically take the helm. The SUV focuses on a lounge-like interior where the driver’s control stick withdraws in autonomous mode, letting them and their travelers mingle on account of two swivelling chairs and a L-shaped chaise. There’s even a mini fridge, shoe refreshers and a panoramic screen that offers entertainment or vibe.

The Seven’s designers likewise took greater advantage of the liberties an electric vehicle offers. As well as using the flat floor for a parlor, Hyundai pushed the wheelbase to an extended 10.5 feet without expanding the overall size. You’ll likewise observe a low leading hood edge and a “streamlined” rooftop. EVs live or die on aerodynamics, and the organization guaranteed an aerodynamically “pure” body notwithstanding the SUV profile.

This is additionally clearly a pandemic-era concept. The airflow system borrows from airliners with horizontal and vertical modes that decrease cross-contamination and in any case protect hygiene. You’ll observe UVC lights that sanitize the climate once travelers leave, including storage.

Also, indeed, this is really a moving vehicle. Hyundai is expecting a range more than 300 miles, and offers 350kW charging that brings the Seven from a 10 percent charge to 80 percent in approximately 20 minutes.

Hyundai makes it exceptionally clear this is a concept you will not buy. It fills in as a preview of a future electric SUV, however, so you can expect a more safe take that joins the Ioniq 5 in the organization’s growing EV lineup. Consider the Seven a preview of both short-and long term goals.