Unveiled in 2022, the Hyundai N Vision 74 Concept puts a modern twist on a lesser-known piece of the automaker’s legacy. Billed as a simple design study, the retro-styled coupe reportedly received the go-ahead for production, and is weeks away from its debut.
Korean publications without citing sources money today The N Vision 74 Concept will sooner or later join Hyundai’s catalog as a regular production model. Hyundai has not commented on the report, nor has it announced plans to build an N Vision 74 concept, but some executives have voiced their support for a limited production coupe inspired by the design study. raising. “My personal wish is to produce this car. It’s probably an investment at first, but if I can see this car actually on the market and people buy it, I’d be very happy.” sports, Said autopian 2023.
Of course, it takes more than just a bullet point on an executive’s wish list to quickly track a car into production. Market demand, pricing, and production feasibility are among the factors companies need to consider before saying yes to a new model. The N Vision 74 has received positive feedback from enthusiasts and journalists around the world, but it’s unclear if it’s good enough to build on.
It’s too early to tell how the design, which takes styling cues from the Giorgetto Giugiaro-designed 1974 Pony concept, will evolve as the coupe jumps from show floor to showroom floor. money today Fabrizio Giugiaro, the son of Giorgetto Giugiaro, was in charge of the exterior design. If the reports are accurate, it’s reasonable to assume that many of the more extroverted styling cues (including gaping vents, massive wings and a massive rear diffuser) will be toned down. Another point that floats is the drivetrain. The concept has landed with a 670-horsepower hydrogen-electric hybrid system, but it may be too early to bring it into production.
We’ll soon find out if Hyundai really delivers on the N Vision 74. Reports say the coupe will debut on May 27, 2023 at an event called ‘Pony Day’, which will take place at Hyundai’s design studio in Seoul, South Korea.