It is hard not to agree that recently Hyundai has shown a strong jump in the design of new models. And their latest concepts generally exceeded all expectations. Unit N showcases not only design but also the latest technology. At the same time, such cars are oriented toward sports, and not a boring movement from “point A to point B”.

Recently, the company published a video with two N-department prototypes – N Vision 74 and RN22e.

N Vision 74 is the first hydrogen hybrid, and also updates the appearance of the classic 1974 Hyundai Pony Coupe model. The rear-wheel-drive coupe concept received more than 500 kW of power and more than 900 N•m of torque.

RN22e repeats the design of recently presented Ioniq 6, but, of course, much sportier. It is also an electric car that represents the company’s E-GMP (Electric Global Modular Platform) platform. It received four-wheel drive with a power of 430 kW and a torque of 740 N•m.

The above video should prove to skeptics that such cars exist not only on the renderings of the company’s website, but can already be driven on the track. Although, to be honest, some frames in the video still look too “computerized”. Therefore, it is unlikely that such concept cars will be found often in everyday life, but it is impossible not to notice the appearance of such cars.