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Hyundai to debut 765 BHP RWD hydrogen supercar in 2026

The production-spec Hyundai N74 is estimated to cost 500 million won (around US$ 365,000).

According to media reports, Hyundai's plan to introduce a hydrogen supercar has received the go-ahead. The South Korean carmaker will put the 'N Vision 74 concept' into production, two years after it was unveiled.

The production-spec N Vision 74, internally referred to as 'N74', will be Hyundai's flagship supercar. It will come in the form of a two-door coupe with gullwing doors, while also featuring a rear-wheel-drive layout. The supercar takes inspiration from the brand's very first car - the 1974 Pony Coupe.

The exact specifications of the upcoming hydrogen supercar are yet to be revealed. However, reports suggest that the production model will produce at least 765 BHP - up from the 671 BHP on the concept. Also, the N74 will reportedly be able to sprint from 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) in 3 seconds flat.

Hyundai's N74 is also expected to go after the Nurburgring record for production cars, trying to beat the time set by the Mercedes-AMG One of 6 minutes & 35.183 seconds.

Reports state that Hyundai will limit the production of the supercar to just 200 units. It will be built over a span of two years between 2026 and 2028. Prototype testing though is expected to begin as early as August this year.

The production-spec Hyundai N74 is estimated to cost 500 million won (around US$ 365,000).

Source: Hankyung Korea

 
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