Hyundai Puts Pony History On Full Display Alongside N Vision 74 Concept


Hyundai has been putting its history front and center over the last many times. It restored the original 1974 Pony Coupe Concept last time, and it’s now recognizing the company’s early times with a new heritage exhibition at Hyundai Motorstudio Seoul.

Hyundai will display the conception, the N Vision 74 conception, and other literal particulars. The exhibition,” Pony, the dateless,” coincides with the publication of a book and a magazine series fastening on the major model. The Pony was Korea’s first singly developed machine.

The exhibition chronicles the Pony’s history split across several situations and includes archived records. The N Vision 74 and the Pony Coupe conception are on the third bottom if that is what you are looking for. Hyundai CEO Jaehoon Chang said that he hoped the exhibition allowed people to” memorize about the history and take alleviation for the future.” We clearly hope that that includes himself.

Hyundai introduced the N Vision 74 conception last time to positive event, and there have been clashing reports about whether the retro- looking model will ever enter product. It’s a stunning homage to the original Pony with some high- tech traces. The company said inmid-May that it had no plans to produce it. still, a many days latterly, Hyundai Chief Creative Officer Luc Donckerwolke said in an interview that the establishment was” serious” about the model’s future, farther muddying the waters.

Hyundai revealed the N Vision 74 last time as a hydrogen- powered homage with a battery. The company said the auto used two motors on the hinder axle and had necklace vectoring. The powertrain produced further than 671 power and 664 pound- bases of necklace, and the auto had a range of over 373 long hauls, with the battery and energy cell at full capacity.

” Hyundai Motor has a history of taking on bold challenges and being in constant pursuit of invention,” Chang said. The company has made bold design choices in the history, and we ’d clearly love to see the Pony inspire unborn Hyundai models. The exhibition is now open to the public at the Motorstudio.