Hyundai plans to release the Ioniq 6 electric sedan in 2022, followed by the Ioniq 7 SUV in 2024, all of which are inspired by Prophecy concept. The latter was teased, and the manufacturer supplied sufficient details for an effective preview depiction to be made.

It will be based on Hyundai’s unique scalable platform for EVs, just like the other two vehicles, but it will be the largest of them all (about the size of a normal American mid-size SUV like Hyundai’s own Palisade). The Ioniq 7’s appearance has previously been teased twice. Initially, its outline was seen from a side perspective, and then the majority of it was unveiled in a teaser released not long ago.

Now, TopElectricSUV from India has performed an excellent job bringing all this information together, resulting in a highly credible representation that appears to be spot accurate. It depicts a car with big bulging fenders and a roof design that resembles the Dacia Duster from the side, but its fascias will be nothing resembling the Romanian off-roader.

A light bar, which is wrap-around, as well as large vertical, LED daytime running lights, will dominate the front fascia. It will not resemble any of Hyundai’s current crossovers, albeit it will have a design that is reminiscent of the Ioniq 5, particularly in the manner of the light clusters.

The 3-row Ioniq 7 is among 23 electric vehicles Hyundai plans to have in its inventory by 2025, and there are some hints that it may arrive sooner than expected. The battery pack is estimated to be around 100 kWh and will feature the same 800V architecture that allows charging at up to 350 kW. Hyundai Motor Company (often referred to as Hyundai) is a multinational automotive manufacturer located in Seoul, South Korea. In 1967, Hyundai Motor Company was established. Currently, the firm owns 33.88% of Kia Corporation and is the sole owner of two brands: Genesis Motor, a luxury automotive subsidiary, and Ioniq, an electric vehicle sub-brand. The Hyundai Motor Group is made up of these three brands.

In Ulsan, South Korea, Hyundai maintains the world’s largest integrated vehicle manufacturing facility, with an annual capacity of 1.6 million units. Throughout 75,000 individuals work for the company around the world. Hyundai automobiles are sold via 5,000 showrooms and dealerships in 193 countries.

According to CNBC, Hyundai-Kia and Apple are near to sealing a contract to develop an autonomous Apple vehicle in February 2021. Apple is claimed to have entirely designed the vehicle, which would be manufactured in Hyundai or Kia facilities and might go into production as early as 2024. On the other hand, Hyundai Motor said shortly afterwards that it was no longer in discussions with Apple.

Hyundai Motor Group finalized the acquisition of a majority interest in Boston Dynamics, a robotics company, in June 2021. The Hyundai Motor Group presently owns an 80% stake in the company.

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