Speaker 1: You're probably pretty familiar with the idea of a concept car in 2021. Is it electric? Yeah. Is it autonomous? Mm, probably. Does it look like nothing else on the road you betcha? So with that said, and out of the way, let's talk about the Hyundai seven concept. The Hyundai seven is the largest Boyette to ride on Hyundai's E GMP battery platform, which underpins real deal cars. Like the Hyundai ionic five Kia, EV six and Genesis GV 60, expect this trend to stick [00:00:30] around these kind of scalable platforms can accommodate vehicles of all shapes and sizes to bring EVs to as many different segments as possible. You probably can't get a good sense of scale on video, but this sucker as the same wheel base as a Mercedes S class, this clearly isn't just a Santa Fe or Palisade either with some electric bits. You know, the seven concept is its own beast with an interesting mix of smooth and hard edges.
Speaker 1: That looks pretty darn futuristic. The rear ends made almost entirely of glass while the wheels come with their own active air flaps, the wheels, [00:01:00] the wheels, the, but the real meat and potatoes of the seven concept lies inside slip through these big old suicide doors. And you are met with what is basically a sweet living room complete with a curved bench seat in the back and enough space for individual captain's chairs to slide around. And since it's built with autonomy in mind, the controls up front can retract for even more space while screw greens cover, you know, the whole dashboard in, believe it or not the ceiling being a concept car. It's no [00:01:30] surprise that the Hyundai seven is a little light on specs at the moment, but we know it's electric. So there's that, but anyway, more seriously, the Hyundai seven concept rides on a real platform. So what we can take away from this is that Hyundai is hard at work on the next generation of E these using a platform that's already developed and it's making vehicles of all shapes and sizes.