Hyundai gave a preview of the styling language of its future products with the (online) unveiling of the Prophecy concept, originally set to make its in-person debut at the now-cancelled Geneva Motor Show.
The Prophecy concept is a curvaceous electric vehicle that's reminiscent of the 92 Saab of the 1950s, if you squint a little. Hyundai describes the styling as an evolution of its Sensuous Sportiness design language, first introduced with the Le Fil Rouge concept in 2018.
Le Fil Rouge prefigured the lines of the new Sonata sedan, but it doesn't seem likely that the Prophecy concept has a specific production model in its future. Instead it seems to serve more to hint at future design signatures, especially when you consider its voluminous proportions, clean surfaces and very aerodynamic shape. Hyundai pointed out, moreover, that the car's pixelated headlights will be used as a signature on future products.
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