Hyundai executive wants a production N Vision 74

Hyundai executive wants a production N Vision 74

Few cars in recent memory have melted the internet quite like the Hyundai N Vision 74. The Wild was inspired by the hydrogen-powered 2-door 1974 Hyundai Pony Coupe concept, which never saw production due to lack of market acceptance and technical limitations. If that were the case, it would have been Hyundai’s first sports car.

Fast forward fifty years and Hyundai is a global player with the name recognition and resources to pull off a sports car. When its Kia and Genesis subsidiaries are included, it also gets some of the best designs currently on the market. The En Vision 74, though completely different in concept, is right there with them, giving off the vibe of a cyberpunk super silhouette racer. ,Please give it to us now. -Autoblog Staff,

Whether Hyundai will actually have the guts to make a car like the N Vision 74 remains to be seen, but the “yes” column is headed towards that. At the Canadian International Auto Show Till Wartenberg, Hyundai’s VP of N Brand Management and Motorsport told the autopian“My personal wish is to produce this vehicle. It’s probably an investment at first, but if we can actually see this vehicle and people buying it, I’ll be very happy.”

This statement was preceded by Wartenberg asking, “If you produce the En Vision 74 what would you pay for it?” While far from official, it’s a line of questioning executives and product planners will sometimes go down with journalists as a first step in deciding whether a product is worth exploring. There are still a million more steps in the journey of a streetcar, but at least the answer is emphatic no. If it were, there would be no need to ask in the first place.

Hyundai describes the N Vision 74 as outputting more than 670 horsepower and more than 664 pound-feet of torque. It houses a 62.4-kWh battery pack and a 4.2-kg hydrogen fuel tank with an 85-kW fuel-cell stack to generate power. However, we feel that for a car like the N Vision 74 the powertrain is not the primary selling point, as long as the performance is. it’s more about the redness of it blade Runner-esque wedge.

So, what would you pay for the En Vision 74 if you produced it?

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