Car & Automotive

This month’s car shows unleash the future of auto design

With big events like the German Autoshow struggling this year, you might be forgiven to think that COVID-19 has killed the traditional car show. But you’d also be completely wrong.

In China and the US, auto shows are back with a vengeance and they’re not taking any prisoners. In the last couple of weeks, we’ve seen a whole host of cool stuff coming out of the massive LA Auto Show and Guangzhou International Auto Show.

Now, if you’re looking for some serious breakdown on what the  shows’ new releases mean, you’ve come to the wrong place. Because I’m much more interested in diving into the vehicles that encompass the weird, the eclectic, and the bizarre.

So let’s dive in!

Hyundai Seven Ioniq

inside the Ionic Seven