Hyundai is set to take the stage at AutoMobility LA with their debut of “SEVEN”, a concept SUV that’s all-electric. The company released five teaser images of the SUV on Nov. 4, announcing as well that the concept would be unveiled later on this month.
The SEVEN is Hyundai’s attempt at creating a new SUV, describing the car as “sleek and spacious”. The exterior hosts a stack of lights located at the corner, arranged in three columns. There’s also a row of lights stretching across the front of the car. Hyundai calls these lamps as Parametric Pixels, aimed at connecting the analog world with digital emotions.
The interior is made with the idea of providing a personalized experience, filled with a premium sense of quality to it. Improving further on the style innovations shown on the IONIQ 5, it features furnishings that make use of sustainable materials within its cabin. Overall, it attempts to offer an eco-friendly package that will meet the changing world we find ourselves in, and the world of its customers as well. Hyundai will be unveiling more details on SEVEN on November 17, scheduled at 9:55 am (PST).