Hyundai N presents high performance EV concepts : The RN22e and N Vision 74

Hyundai is making efforts to creatively enhance the car world. Hyundai’s two performance-focused electric vehicle (EV) concepts that they call “rolling labs” is contributing to the purpose. These two vehicles, namely the RN22e and the N Vision 74 concepts comes from Hyundai’s “N” sub-brand. A modified loniq 6 body makes up the RN22e whereas the N Vision 74 is modeled after the never-released 1974 Pony Coupe concept. However, both the models has blended fresh sporty designs into them. 

The N Vision 74 features a striking design that has influence from the 2025 Hyundai N Vision Gran Turismo and the Pony Coupe, which was designed by iconic Giorgetto Giugiaro. He was the same man who made the DMC DeLorean. However, Hyundai has altered the gas-powered engine with a hybrid hydrogen fuel cell system capable of pushing the car over 250 kph. Additionally it has 62.4 kWh battery with 800V fast charging capabilities. It has a driving range of 372-mile driving range. 

Though the RN22e isn’t as flashy as the N Vision 74, it is still pretty elegant and sleek. It uses the same aerodynamic streamliner design like the loniq 6 that Hyundai introduced last week. The RN22e has a 77.4 kWh battery with 400 or 800V fast multi charging capabilities. The car covers a maximum speed of 250 kph (155 mph). The RN22e comes with an N Sound Plus feature that generates fake engine sounds while driving. Hyundai describes it as an “emotional driving experience. 

Lately Hyundai has been presenting impressive concept cars. Though it is quite unsure whether these concepts will roll out of the factory doors, as of now we know that Hyundai N is releasing its first EV, the loniq 5 N in 2023.  

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