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Hyundai Motor to debut IONIQ7 concept in November LA auto show

The concept previews the design and technology innovations of its upcoming all-electric SUV

By Nov 04, 2021 (Gmt+09:00)

Hyundai Motor's SEVEN concept for its all-electric SUV IONIQ7 due out in 2024
Hyundai Motor's SEVEN concept for its all-electric SUV IONIQ7 due out in 2024

Hyundai Motor Co. on Thursday revealed teaser images of SEVEN, an all-electric SUV concept that would be the IONIQ7, its first large-size SUV under its standalone electric vehicle sub-brand.

The top South Korean automaker plans to debut SEVEN at the AutoMobility trade show in Los Angeles on Nov. 17.

The interior of Hyundai Motor's SEVEN concept for its all-electric SUV IONIQ7
The interior of Hyundai Motor's SEVEN concept for its all-electric SUV IONIQ7

Hyundai said it will officially launch the IONIQ7 SUV in 2024, following its launch in February this year of the IONIQ5, a crossover utility vehicle (CUV), and the IONIQ6, a mid-size sedan due out in the first half of next year.

The three models sit on Hyundai Motor Group’s self-developed EV platform, the Electric-Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), which will underpin all forthcoming electric cars from both Hyundai and sister firm Kia Corp.

The interior of Hyundai Motor's SEVEN concept for its all-electric SUV IONIQ7
The interior of Hyundai Motor's SEVEN concept for its all-electric SUV IONIQ7

According to the teaser, the parametric pixel design that represents the design identity of the IONIQ brand has been applied to the headlamps.

Its interior gives premium feels with wood materials and fabric sheets.

Hyundai Motor’s E-GMP platform for electric vehicles
Hyundai Motor’s E-GMP platform for electric vehicles

Hyundai Motor Group has said it will introduce 23 fully electric models and sell 1 million units a year globally by 2025.

Write to Hyung-Kyu Kim at Khk@hankyung.com

In-Soo Nam edited this article.
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