Geneva Motor Show 2020
New Hyundai Concept EV to debut at Geneva International Motor Show
Hyundai has a Prophecy and they will bring it to live in March during the Geneva International Motor Show in Switzerland. The new concept electric vehicle will debut on March 3.
The Korean automaker says that the concept car will deploy Hyundai's Sensuous Sportiness" design philosophy with "graceful curves flowing over broad rear flanks that provide excellent aerodynamics." Sounds sexy.
A boat-tail line created by the rear quarter panels have an integrated spoiler and pixel lamp taillights joining them on the back side of the car.
"Prophecy does not follow trends. It accentuates timeless beauty that will stand the test of time," said SangYup Lee, Head of Hyundai Global Design Center. "Its iconic design stands to expand Hyundai's design spectrum toward even broader horizons."
Hyundai says that the name "Prophecy" reflects the concept's purpose, defining it as the direction of future Hyundai designs including the future EV lineup.
Prophecy will be part of a larger reveal featuring additional information regarding the automaker's adoption of electric vehicle technology. Hyundai recently revealed plans to add 13 alternatively fueled vehicles to the company's lineup by 2022.
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