Hyundai recently announced their latest electric hatchback concept cat, the Hyundai Ioniq 7. This all-new concept will debut as a vehicle in its own right soon and will become one of the largest all-electric SUVs. The Ioniq 7 seats up to seven passengers, with a lounge-style interior and an emission-less performance. We encourage you to stay tuned and check out the Hyundai Ioniq 7 when it debuts at the Los Angeles Auto Show, November 19-28, 2022. Contact us at Grayson Hyundai with any questions; you will find our dealership less than a half-hour outside of Oak Ridge, TN.

New Styles, New Performances

While the Hyundai Ioniq 7 only exists as a concept car, shoppers can see all the potential this EV crossover will bring. The Ioniq 7 seats up to seven passengers, with a "lounge-style" interior consisting of a curved five-seat rear bench seat and two front chairs. The front chairs swivel so you and the copilot can turn around and enjoy a nice conversation with backseat passengers when camping in Farragut, TN.

The exterior of the Ioniq 7 provides a unique and futuristic design, complete with Parametric Pixel headlights that you won't find on other EV crossovers like this one. The Ioniq 7 concept provides a longer windshield with a sunroof that allows plenty of natural light on any journey. The sunroof is also a panoramic OLED screen that allows you to display any background inside the crossover to suit your aesthetic.

Learn More Today

The Ioniq 7 is a concept car that will debut with its updated design at the LA Auto Show in November 2022. In the meantime, we invite you to contact us at Grayson Hyundai to learn more about this upcoming electrified crossover from our sales team. We will send you exclusive updates and let you know when you can pre-order the Ioniq 7. You can also learn more about the other Hyundai hybrids and EVs we have on sale here in Knoxville, TN. Maryville, TN drivers will find Grayson Hyundai conveniently less than a 25-mile drive outside their hometown. We look forward to hearing from you!

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