N Vision 74 concept unveiled by Hyundai

Concept cars used to be the delights of auto shows and to a great degree, they still are. Hyundai picked a prestigious outdoor gathering, the Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este at Lake Como in Italy, for last week’s rollout of its latest design study, known as the N Vision 74. It’s a rolling laboratory for Hyundai technology now under active development, led by the N Vision 74’s use of hydrogen fuel cell hybrid architecture, which essentially combines the attributes of an electric motor with Hyundai’s hydrogen fuel-cell system, which the manufacturer says will only require a five-minute recharge time, which handily beats any conventional EV’s recharging capability.

The concept car is a continuation of Hyundai’s N Line performance brand, and it’s equipped accordingly. The styling evokes the appearance of the very first Hyundai design study, the Pony Coupe Concept that was penned by the esteemed Giorgetto Giugiaro back in 1974.

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