Hyundai revealed an electric sports sedan and it looks pretty sharp: the Prophecy Concept EV. It was supposed to debut at the canceled Geneva Motor Show but they did the release online around the beginning of March. I've heard the word Porsche mentioned by more than a few people discussing the exterior design and I can see some similarities to the Taycan and 911 in some elements, but the inspiration is supposed to be shapes from the 1920s and 1930s. I think it stands on its own pretty well. I especially like the rear. The interior is most notable in that it lacks a steering wheel. It's not an autonomous vehicle, though. It's just that they've gone with a sort of joystick-type mechanism. There isn't a whole lot of information about the drivetrain. We do know, because a month after the initial reveal, they've just released a bit more info and photos, that it is built using the Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), Hyundai's first ground-up EV chassis. Interesting to keep in mind that Hyundai is partnered with Rimac Automobili, which is an EV technology company with its own electric supercar. I wouldn't be surprised if this got greenlit for production. Though, it would probably get a traditional steering wheel and, of course, it would probably have a B pillar and the "suicide doors" would open like most. I'll drop a couple of pics below, but here are two videos - a short one that introduces you to the car and a longer one with designers and others talking about the car in a lot of detail.