Black as night Prophecy is completely autonomous and built on a concept that the manufacturer calls "optimistic futurism".
Unlike the concept presented in 2019, the novelty has received smoother forms and is most reminiscent of pebbles (at least according to the designers). Describing their creation, the creators do not skimp on romantic terms, stating about "creating an emotional connection between people and cars." Rapid body shapes create a sense of movement, even when the car is stationary. The presence of a transparent rear spoiler only contributes to this effect.
An interesting design find is the taillights, which are made up of separate "points". According to the developers, they intend to use this idea in the future to highlight Hyundai cars among solutions from other manufacturers. It is expected that on the basis of this concept, the company will create in the future both small urban models and fairly large cars designed for long trips.
Prophecy can do without a driver. It has a very spacious four-seater interior, which does not have a steering wheel - instead of it, special joysticks are installed, the position of which can be changed for greater comfort. Able to change its location and dashboard. For interior upholstery, the designers chose a color palette of blue and gray1. It is expected that in combination with low lighting levels, this will help to relax the people inside. Naturally, only environmentally friendly materials were used.
The Hyundai Prophecy was expected to be showcased during the Geneva Motor Show. However, the event was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.