Concept Hyundai Prophecy:”instead of a bagel stick”

Concept Hyundai Prophecy:”instead of a bagel stick”


Hyundai debuted its elegant concept of Prophecy in early March. Presentation of the car was to be held at the motor show in Geneva, however, because of the coronavirus pandemic, the event was canceled. Hyundai sent out then a modest collection of static photos of its concept. A few moments ago, the automaker published a little more information about the concept and a couple of shots of the car in the real world.

Despite a striking resemblance to some models of Porsche, Hyundai says that the winding form of Prophecy inspired by the design of cars of the 1920-ies and 1930-ies.

It is expected that the car will use an advanced system of Autonomous driving, but will also be available and manual control of the machine. The usual steering wheel was replaced by two joysticks, and 90 percent of Prophecy systems are operated using buttons on those handles.


In Prophecy there is a display that occupies the entire instrument panel, which can be clearly seen due to the absence of the steering wheel. This screen can be reconfigured for entertainment, when enabled Autonomous driving, making the interior space comfortable. In the cabin are a smart seat that can automatically adapt to a particular passenger depending on his height and weight. One thing you can do is to open the window. Instead, the system auto uploads and filters the air from outside to preserve the freshness in the cabin, and even purifies the air therein when the car is unoccupied.

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As for the power plant, Hyundai still can not say anything specific, except that the machine will be electric. The car uses the platform E-GMP, which is the first chassis of the brand, which is exclusively designed for electric cars.

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