Hyundai N Vision 74 Reportedly Will be Built, Sold In Low Numbers

Hyundai N Vision 74 Reportedly Will be Built, Sold In Low Numbers

Hyundai is reportedly planning to produce 100 units of the intriguing hybrid-electric prototype, which boasts 800 horsepower, according to a Korean news source.

According to a report from Korea’s ETNews, the Hyundai N Vision 74 concept will be produced in limited numbers starting in 2026.
According to the Korean news agency, Hyundai has officially announced their intention to produce 100 N Vision 74s, with 70 being sold to customers and the remaining stock set aside for racing.

Rumor has it that the production N Vision 74’s rear-drive hybrid powertrain—which uses electric motors in conjunction with a hydrogen fuel-cell—can produce 800 horsepower.

It seems like our wishes are getting closer to being granted. Assuming recent reports from Korea are true, Hyundai has reportedly announced their intention to produce and market variants of the much-loved N Vision 74 concept.

This sports car design was supposedly inspired by the 1974 Hyundai Pony Coupe and would be produced in limited quantities, according to a report published yesterday by ETNews. Rumor has it that out of a total of 100 units, only 70 will really make it to consumers. Supposedly, the other 30 will only be used for racing. It is anticipated that production will commence in the initial half of 2026.

Among other intriguing details, the article mentions that the N Vision 74’s production version will include 800 horsepower combined. We were fortunate enough to drive a rolling test lab, but this one has 120 more horsepower. A hydrogen fuel cell and two electric motors, each producing 335 horsepower, were used to power the back wheels of that prototype.

Building the N Vision 74 would be a bittersweet experience for Hyundai. For starters, most fans won’t have the means to purchase one, and secondly, getting one will be an extremely tall order. Supposedly, Hyundai thinks of it as a supercar, and the high-performance powertrain and price tag reflect that.

Whatever the case may be, I think we can all agree that any world, public or private, with one hundred ultra-expensive N Vision 74s zipping around would be preferable than one with zero.

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