The Hyundai Elevate is a prototype suitable for all types of terrain, with a suspension like robotic arms that will be presented at the CES in Las Vegas.

Hyundai Elevate: A science fiction prototype at CES in Las Vegas

Hyundai Elevate

As if from a science fiction movie or a video game from the Metal Gear saga, The Hyundai Elevate will break all the schemes on the day of its presentation at the CES in Las Vegas . The American show will show the world, on January 7, a prototype that bets for a somewhat special mobility.

Unlike all existing cars today, the Hyundai Elevate, will count with four "arms" with which you can move through the most rugged terrain . Yes, it will also have wheels like all cars, but this type of suspension is innovative in the car world.

Hyundai Elevate: A science fiction prototype at CES in Las Vegas

Even though today we only have the image that you can see on the cover of this article, Hyundai guys will present with great detail one of the most innovative prototypes and curious they have presented in recent years.

And it's not just that kind of suspension as "arms", if not also the side doors, which look like they could be opened in the style of a trunk, or the wheels, since although we can sense that this vehicle will be destined for broken terrain, we doubt the efficiency of the tires for move in that kind of floors .

Hyundai Le Fil Rouge

Even so, the Koreans claim that the Hyundai Elevate is It establishes a new type of segment within the car market, and that is that the prototype that will be presented at the CES is called, according to them, an Extreme Mobility Vehicle (UMV).

Will this new Hyundai prototype see the light? We can not know, although curiously it certainly is. It is interesting to see how some manufacturers opt for innovations of this style, although in the short term they will not be commercialized in any market.

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