It is placed among all the excellence that came from the pen of the legendary Italian designer Giorgetto Giugiaro, sitting DeLorean and Hyundai Pony Coupé; The latter affects the former, Hyundai believes. So you can say that the company is back to the Future, because Pony has again influenced this Hyundai N Vision 74 concept.
You might have missed it, but the Delorean car brand recently came up with a new model. The Delorean Alpha5 is an electric sports car with a classic look. We’d almost say that Hyundai puts down a more modern Delorean than a Delorean. Unless they replaced that big rear wing with something more subtle, then.
Nope capacitor flux in the Hyundai N Vision 74, but with a special hybrid power train. The 62.4 kWh battery is supported by Hyundai’s ‘most advanced’ fuel cell ever. This fuel cell converts hydrogen into electricity. You can fill this research model (of which there are no production plans) within 5 minutes with hydrogen.
Hyundai N 74 Vision Details
680 hp and 900 Nm of torque are sent to the rear wheels via a set of electric motors with torque vectoring, ‘enabling precise and responsive cornering’. As the pictures make clear, you can slide with it quite a bit. The time from 0-100 is not mentioned, but the top speed is in any case above 250 km / h. With normal driving behavior, a distance of 600 km should be achieved.
It looks like Giugiaro’s creation
Not interested in measurements? Then you can admire the contrasting side that nods to Giugiaro’s original paintings. Sure, the Hyundai N Vision 74 has a big wing and a diffuser big enough to hang like a hoverboard, but the basic silhouette is pretty cool. Wide flared wheel arches frame those rear wheels, while giving the perfect nod to nostalgia in the blown-out rear window.
Inside is still a mystery
There are still no pictures of the interior, but Hyundai tries to explain: ‘The interior has been reinterpreted into a pleasant living area, without compromising the clean architecture of the Pony Coupe concept. The cockpit faces the driver; it’s a combination of classic elements from Hyundai’s heritage and modern design such as a digital instrument panel and analog buttons.”