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Hyundai N Vision 74 headed for production, but limited to 100 units

There are no details regarding the prices for the N Vision 74, apart from the fact that they won't come cheap.

According to reports, Hyundai's N Vision 74 concept sports car, unveiled last year, is headed for a limited production run in 2026.

The hydrogen-battery-electric hybrid sports car will arrive at showrooms sometime in 2026. However, of the 100 examples being built, only 70 units will be offered to customers, with the remaining 30 will be reserved by Hyundai for racing.

Hyundai claims the concept version produces 671 BHP, can achieve 400 miles of range, thanks to an onboard hydrogen fuel cell range extender and accelerates from 0 - 60 mph (0-98 km/h) in under 4 seconds. Reports suggest that the production-spec version of the N Vision 74 could be even more powerful. While the full details are yet to be announced, reports indicate the electric sports car to have as much as 800 BHP and is targeting a 0-60 mph time of under 3 seconds. Range though will be slightly lower at around 250 - 300 miles.

There are no details regarding the prices for the N Vision 74, apart from the fact that they won't come cheap.

Source: Korea's ETNews

 
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