South Korean automotive giant Hyundai has revealed its future vision with the new electric vehicle concept Prophecy, which it introduced last month. Luc Donckerwolke, the Brand’s Chief Design Officer, took the microphone and told us about this incredible tool in full detail.
Hyundai, which is one of the brands that build their future on electrification, has presented a very impressive projection for the future of both its own and the automotive industry with its new concept Prophecy. The car, which has a stone-throwing design even for the futuristic vehicles we see in science fiction movies, especially impresses with its interior design.
The engineering prowess of all aspects, Hyundai Prophecy gives the impression of a completely driver-oriented vehicle. Prophecy’s cockpit differs radically from traditional interiors. With its autonomous driving technology, the electric car offers an intuitive driving experience through the joystick instead of a standard steering wheel.
The joysticks, one in the center console and the other in the door trim, allow a practical control by moving left and right. Hyundai says that 90 percent of all functions in the car can be controlled by buttons on the joysticks.
Prophecy’s infotainment screen stretches from one side of the car to the other. The vehicle, which has a technology called Intelligent Posture Care System, automatically adjusts your seats, mirrors and overhead displays according to your desired location. When you put Prophecy in ‘Comfort’ mode, assuming you are not driving, your seats are tilted and all digital indicators in the cockpit are disabled.
One of the most remarkable details of Prophecy is that you can’t open it. The futurist vehicle, which has an air filtration system with particle sensors, regularly filters the amount of air and oxygen. Clean Air System-Clean Air Technology used by Hyundai filters the air inside the cabin and sends it to the atmosphere.
Below you will find the video Hyundai shared about Prophecy. Luc Donckerwolke, the South Korean brand’s Chief Design Officer, says they were inspired by the Art deco art movement that was active in the 1920s and 30s when designing the concept car. If you wish, let’s leave you alone with the video that shows the impressive design of Prophecy without further ado.
Video presenting a detailed look at the design of Hyundai Prophecy