In the heavy-duty truck industry
Korean auto giant Hyundai had released a camper of the HDC-6 Neptune concept. If assigned for production by 2021; this product will stand a huge chance with the Tesla Semi in the massive Electric truck industry. Indirectly, both are concept trucks; but the certainty is Tesla is giving proportional importance to the Semi whereas Hyundai does not look as serious for competition immediately. The Neptune HDC-6 is attempting to give rise to the vision for zero carbon emission as well as sustainable green energy. Though the notion is visionary, at this date it does not sound economically logical. Not to mention, Hyundai has $6.4 billion in this vision for the technology according to some sources. The concept camper for the HDC-6 Neptune was released during 2019 October while Tesla Semi camper trailer initiated in 2017 November but due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Tesla has halted all the production requirements by two years. Noticeably the HDC-6 possesses a more satisfactory interior as well as exterior design, better than the Tesla Semi (but still Hyundai HDC-6 is a concept). The only thing that distinguishes both the vehicles is the autopilot feature which comes as an upside on the Tesla Semi. As stated by Business Insider; Tesla Semi is costing approximately $200,000, whereas the Hyundai Neptune HDC-6 price has not even been rumoured till now! Eventually, there is beauty in all, but what is the use of beauty without feasibility.