Hyundai has released the first teaser images with the Seven concept, a model that announces a future electric SUV model in the South Korean manufacturer’s range.
The Hyundai Seven concept will be unveiled to the public at the Los Angeles Auto Show starting November 17. Seven announces a new model in the Ioniq family of electric models that will join the current Ioniq 5.
The Hyundai Seven concept
Most likely, the future electric SUV will be called Ioniq 7. Until the official presentation of the concept, Hyundai has released some teaser images. One can distinguish a detail of the front with LED lights in parametric style, but also interior elements that suffer from a lounge atmosphere.
The future production model will have the size of a full-size SUV and will compete directly with models such as the BMW iX or Tesla Model X. With this electric model, Hyundai will target mainly the markets of North America and China. The launch of the production model is scheduled for next year.
Like the current Ioniq 5, the new electric SUV will use the e-GMP platform developed by the Hyundai Motor group. Hyundai will create a distinct identity for each model in the Ioniq range, and the first image of the Seven concept shows us the headlights with Parametric Pixel LED technology.