Hyundai’s retro N Vision 74 remains just a concept for now, but there’s a fresh indication it has a future in the brand’s showrooms.
User estang on the 7thMustang forum found a trademark application with the European Union Intellectual Property Office for a ‘Hyundai N74’.
This suggests Hyundai could be putting the 2022 concept into production in the future, despite company executives claiming the project is cancelled.
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In May 2023, Derek Joyce, senior manager of product and advanced powertrain PR for Hyundai Motor Company America, told Carscoops that “We are aware of media speculations on the potential commercial production of the N Vision 74 rolling lab development model.”
“However, we currently have no plan to put the model into commercial production.”
Since then however, Hyundai N vice president Till Wartenberg told CarExpert he personally wishes to see “that car in the near future on the street”. He added, however, “it needs a lot of discussion”.
“It needs to have and meet certain criteria to make it possible,” said Mr Wartenberg.
The Hyundai N Vision 74 rolling lab concept is an electric sports car that features a hydrogen fuel stack serving as a range extender, and is inspired by the Hyundai Pony Coupe concept from 1974.
It has dual, rear-mounted electric motors producing over 500kW of power and over 900Nm of torque, along with a hydrogen fuel stack producing a maximum of 95kW to charge the battery.
Top speed is claimed to be over 250km/h.
There’s a 62.4kWh battery capable of 800W fast-charging, and a 4.2kg hydrogen tank that can be refuelled in five minutes.
Hyundai claims the N Vision 74 concept’s driving range is over 600km.
Should the N Vision 74 concept reach production, it’s possible it could ditch the hydrogen range extender for a modified version of the Ioniq 5 N’s electric powertrain.
The Ioniq 5 N features a dual-motor all-wheel drive powertrain that produces total system outputs of 448kW of power and 740Nm of torque.
It’s powered by an 84kWh battery pack, the largest Hyundai has ever offered in an electric vehicle.
The Ioniq 5 N also has an ‘N Grin Boost’ (NGB) function that ups the outputs to 478kW and 770Nm for 10 seconds.
This is 48kW and 30Nm more than the related Kia EV6 GT, and 239kW and 165Nm more than the dual-motor version of the regular Ioniq 5.
Hyundai claims the Ioniq 5 N can do the 0-100km/h sprint in 3.4 seconds when using the NGB function, and flat out you’ll be doing 260km/h.
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