Hyundai's performance division, N, unveils its future electric vehicles. By doing this, the company is still committed to developing technologies with no emissions for the foreseeable future. The Hyundai RN22e and the Hyundai N Vision 74 illustrate N's commitment to electrification. Hyundai wants to be a leader in transportation that doesn't pollute the air, and these two concept cars are mobile research centers that prove it.
Hyundai's advanced technologies can be implemented in future production models thanks to the company's mobile laboratories, where the technologies are tested and verified. To create the RN22e, Hyundai engineers took cues from the brand-new Hyundai IONIQ 6 and the cutting-edge E-GMP electric vehicle platform, fusing the two to create a new benchmark in electric vehicle performance. Hyundai's first hydrogen hybrid car is the N Vision 74. It combines cutting-edge electric vehicle technology with an advanced hydrogen-electric system to discover what driving is like.
According to Hyundai's senior manager for CX, Thomas Schemera, "the Hyundai RN22e and Hyundai N Vision 74 play a vital role in the strategic development of our entire product portfolio, particularly for high-performance electric cars."