In the summer of 2022, Hyundai flashed the N Vision 74 concept, which was a reference to the Pony Coupe model from the 1970s. The fans were excited, but realists did not expect that the automaker would actually put a similar sports car into production.
However, now it looks like it might get a production version after all. According to Korean website Money Today, Hyundai plans to hold a “Pony Day” at its design studio in Seoul on May 27. There, he is to reveal the car in its final, production form.
Of course, nothing is confirmed by the automaker at the moment, and the website refers to unnamed sources from the automotive industry, so whether we can really look forward to a sports car with Hyundai logos is not clear.
If that really happened, we can still speculate what would power the car. The concept had an equally conceptual powertrain that combined a 62.4kWh battery with hydrogen fuel cells. In theory, it is possible to build such a system, but in practice the resulting car would probably be astronomically expensive.
The concept had rear-wheel drive using two electric motors with a total output of 680 hp and a torque of 900 Nm, it accelerated to 100 km/h in four seconds and the top speed was over 250 km/h. Again, in theory, since this is still a concept, but numbers like these aren’t unusual for today’s EVs.
Hyundai presented two concepts of sports electric cars
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