Hyundai N Vision 74 celebrates live debut
Hyundai has unveiled its N Vision 74 fuel cell car at the Concours d’Elegance Villa D’Este at Lake Como, Italy. Judging by the video, it can drive itself and produces a rather unusual powertrain sound at all times, even when parked.
In the footage from the show, the concept car slowly crawls onto the territory of the auto show and proceeds to move along the crowds. Another fragment shows it parked on an expo stand.
In both fragments, the car emits a monotonous noise resembling a working hairdryer, which varies in intensity but remains there even when it is idle. While there has been no official comment on the source of the sound, we do know on official terms that the N Vision 74 utilizes a hydrogen fuel cell system to power up dual e-motors jointly rated at 680 PS (671 hp / 500 kW).
On the exterior side of things, the car looks like a modern take on the historic Pony Coupe. Hyundai told us from the start that it would not be a mass-produced model. At the beginning of the month, a publication from South Korea quoted its own unofficial sources claiming that Hyundai was actually preparing a surprise reveal of the new Pony Coue on May 27. The automaker instantly replied with a denial of these rumors.
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