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Don’t pretend like the retro Hyundai race car concept hasn’t been doing laps in your mind, because we have good news The Hyundai N Vision 74 is going from concept to reality to fulfill the need for speed. However, it’s being built in limited qualities. 

How many Hyundai N Vision 74 models will be made? 

A side view of the Hyundai N Vision 74
Hyundai N Vision 74 | Hyundai

The fight to get your Hyundai N Vision 74 model starts now because only 100 models will be built for 2026 and only 70 of them will be street-legal. The other 30 will live at the rack as models crafted for Hyundai racing. 

It’s a hydrogen-and-battery electric sports car that gets our motors running. The electric motors and hydrogen fuel cells are estimated to crank out between 671 and 800 hp. 

It should be able to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in under three seconds. You’ll find a 235kW motor on each rear wheel to enhance corning 

Thanks to the hydrogen-powered range extender, it could have up to 400 miles of range. It can be refilled to 80% SOF in roughly five minutes. 

The N Vision 74 is based on the Hyundai Pony Coupe concept from 1974, which was developed by the legendary car designer, Giorgetto Giugiaro. It never made it to production, but it set the automaker’s daring attitude in place for the next 50 years. 

Now this pony dream is coming true with the Hyundai N Vision 74 and its ionic design that blends the past and future with a retro style and modern flair. 

Its design is also functional with aerodynamics to balance cooling, FCEV’s heat requirements, an end-shape side skirt, and a rear spoiler. 

But this is a supercar, so expect a hefty price tag. Production will begin during the first half of 2026, so stay tuned for updates.