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Hyundai N Vision 74 Planned for Limited Production

Reports are coming from South Korea suggesting that the concept will go into production from 2026....

The Hyundai N Vision 74 was a concept that turned a few heads when it was unveiled in 2022. Now reports are coming from South Korea suggesting that the concept will go into production from 2026, but with very limited numbers and hydrogen power.

ET News (via Drive) have reported the production car will be limited to 100 examples with 30 of those examples being reserved for a one-make racing series run by Hyundai in North America and Europe.

Each version will be fuelled by a hydrogen fuel-cell supplying energy to a small battery which in turn powers a pair of electric motors at the front and rear axles.

Credit: Hyundai

Power has been claimed to have been increased from the concept’s 500kW (670 hp) and 900Nm (664lb ft) to almost 600kW (805 hp) allowing for a 0-100km/h (62pmh) of around three seconds.

The Korean publication also claimed that the N Vision 74 won’t feature the concept’s claimed driving range of 600km (373 miles), reducing it between 400km (249 miles) and 500km (311 miles).

It’s been a strange ride for the retro-styled N Vision 74 with reports as early as May 2023 claiming the car would go into production, which Hyundai swiftly denied, only for their chief creative officer claiming it could “absolutely” become a reality. So a pinch of salt is required here, but there are other hints that suggest it’s true, like when Drive discovered a trademark filing for “Hyundai N74” in Australia.

Credit: Hyundai

The N Vision 74 is paying homage to the Hyundai Pony Coupe concept from 1974. The Pony was built into prototypes as the brand’s first production sports car, though it never reached production.


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