Hyundai brought back an incredible design straight from the 70’s and created a high-performance hydrogen fueled sports car called N Vision 74.
It’s a car fueled by a hydrogen fuel cell and batteries. With 670HP it promises to reach a 155 mph max speed combining a retro aesthetic with high end automotive technology.
The inspiration came from the 1974 Hyundai Pony Coupe concept car. Even though it never reached production, its legendary designer rose to fame with the unforgettable DeLorean DMC-12.
Even if its angled (it looks like a cheese wedge!) look and feel transport us to the 70’s, their inside is so 2022. The N Vision 74 is fully electric and stores its energy on a hydrogen cell and regular Li-Ion batteries, an unusual combination. Taking into account this setup, the car can travel at least 373 miles on a full charge. Besides, this model has two engines that power the rear wheels, improving driving.
Hyundai, with their retro concept cars, is on a streak. In 2022’s Q1 it showed the Grandeur Heritage, a modern fully-electric take on their 1986’s sedan. Now with the N Vision 74 (that, to be honest, looks like it’ll stay a concept car) they look to create eye-candies with its gorgeous design.