Hyundai N Vision 74 reported approved for production!

The seemingly designed for game console Hyundai N Vision 74 concept has reportedly been green light for production.

According to Korean new outlet ETNews, the brand intends to build 100 examples of the ultra-cool concept, with 70 of those destined for the showroom while the remaining 30 will be reserved for racing.

While this is potentially exciting news, Hyundai hasn’t officially confirmed the news.

If the report is true, the road-going Hyundai N Vision 74 will hit production in the first half of 2026. It will be powered by a hydrogen fuel cell and electric hybrid, producing 596kW and drawing power from a 62.4kWh battery cell and two rear-mounted motors.

That’s 89kW more than the concept. The extra power means the production N Vision 74’s range will drop slightly from 600km to 400-500km.

As for its name, rumours suggest it will be badged ‘Pony Coupe’ as a nod to the original Hyundai Pony coupe from the 70’s.

Stay tuned!

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