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You heard that right. If a report from Korea's ETNews is true, Hyundai has greenlighted its stunning N Vision 74 concept car for production, albeit in low numbers. Production will apparently begin in the first half of 2026, and it will be capped at 100 units in total.




However, according to the Korean news website, just 70 units of the retro-tastic N Vision 74 are actually headed for customers. The remaining 30 sports cars will be kept for racing purposes. So while the N Vision 74 will be reaching the hands of customers, those customers will be few and far between. Not to mention well-heeled, as a limited-production model like this should demand an astronomical price tag––yes, even if it wears the unassuming Hyundai badge.


While our hopes of getting the keys to one have just been crushed, the report continues that the production sports car will boast an impressive 800 horsepower, which tops the concept's output by as much as 120 hp. The road-going version will likely retain a variation of the prototype's complex powertrain, which featured a hydrogen fuel-cell powertrain paired with two 335-hp electric motors in the rear.



This may be no Genesis Coupe successor, but we can all agree that seventy 800-horsepower, retro-inspired Hyundai sports cars gracing the climate-controlled garages of the wealthy––and an additional thirty on the race track––is far better than zero.


Image Credits: Hyundai
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Dec 31, 2023
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Drop Everything! Hyundai Plans To Build The N Vision 74 In Low Numbers

100 units are said to be in the works, and only 70 of them are destined for customers.

You heard that right. If a report from Korea's ETNews is true, Hyundai has greenlighted its stunning N Vision 74 concept car for production, albeit in low numbers. Production will apparently begin in the first half of 2026, and it will be capped at 100 units in total.




However, according to the Korean news website, just 70 units of the retro-tastic N Vision 74 are actually headed for customers. The remaining 30 sports cars will be kept for racing purposes. So while the N Vision 74 will be reaching the hands of customers, those customers will be few and far between. Not to mention well-heeled, as a limited-production model like this should demand an astronomical price tag––yes, even if it wears the unassuming Hyundai badge.


While our hopes of getting the keys to one have just been crushed, the report continues that the production sports car will boast an impressive 800 horsepower, which tops the concept's output by as much as 120 hp. The road-going version will likely retain a variation of the prototype's complex powertrain, which featured a hydrogen fuel-cell powertrain paired with two 335-hp electric motors in the rear.



This may be no Genesis Coupe successor, but we can all agree that seventy 800-horsepower, retro-inspired Hyundai sports cars gracing the climate-controlled garages of the wealthy––and an additional thirty on the race track––is far better than zero.


Image Credits: Hyundai

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Drop Everything! Hyundai Plans To Build The N Vision 74 In Low Numbers

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