There are no specs, but the horsepower isn't the point here.
Hyundai on Tuesday unveiled the Prophecy electric concept car.
Built atop a platform dedicated to electric vehicles, the Prophecy's on-the-nose name all but tells us that Hyundai will be looking to incorporate some of these design elements in its future cars.
It's a wild departure from last year's concept EV, the 45, which leaned more heavily on vintage rectilinear looks.
Curves are the name of the game with the Prophecy.
Every square inch of the car is curvy and sleek, with the light creating interesting shapes no matter where it lands on the car's body.
The transparent look of the spoiler is found elsewhere on the car, meant to show off the components at work that would ordinarily be hidden.
My absolute favorite part of the car is its "pixelated" headlight design.
It looks plucked straight out of a science-fiction novel, and best of all, Hyundai has committed to using this specific design element in its future cars.
The Prophecy is certainly reason enough to look forward to Hyundai's upcoming EVs.
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