Parallel to the Hyundai RN22e, the Korean brand has presented the Hyundai N Vision 74 Concept, another sports car, also electric in nature, but with a very different conception both in design and in the technologies used.
The 74 of its name refers to the year of presentation of the model that inspires a Hyundai Pony Coupé that was designed by an icon like Giorgetto Giugiaro and that, for reasons that Hyundai does not specify, was never mass-produced.
It was certainly a shame, but at least it has served as the basis for a modern reinterpretation, which combines the typical straight and angular lines characteristic of the 70s, with modern features even taken from the Ioniq family.
The clearest example is the front set, similar to that seen on the Ioniq 5, but here it has a very different air as it is integrated into a much sportier set, with widened wheel arches in which rims without spokes are embedded, bumpers extended almost to the ground or a simply huge fixed spoiler.
In addition, it is a completely electric model, but in two ways. It is a hybrid between a zero emission battery and a hydrogen model.
On the one hand, it has a 62.4 kWh battery and, on the other, a hydrogen tank whose capacity has not been specified, but a range of 600 kilometers is derived from the combination of both technologies.
In addition, the Hyundai N Vision 74 Concept has a high-performance propulsion system: 680 hp and 900 Nm of maximum torque to reach a top speed of 250 km/h, although its acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h has not been specified. .
SangYup Lee, Executive Vice President and Director of Hyundai Design Center, said: “The N Vision 74’s future-oriented design reflects the respect and appreciation we have for the dedication and passion that went into the Pony Coupe Concept.”