The brands have not stopped working in recent months to present one of the most sophisticated models on the market. Therefore, firms such as Hyundai have taken a firm step forward to confirm that urban electric mobility is the clear future of automotive. Now, the Asian brand has presented two high-performance laboratories that will help to understand the future of the firm.
It has been working on it for a long time, but new technologies are geared towards achieving zero emissions for the future. The clear examples are the new RN22e rolling laboratories and the N Vision 74. In them, they test the most advanced technologies. In the case of the former, they combine the best of the new IONIQ 6 with the company’s Global Modular Electric Platform (E-GMP), while also setting a new standard in high-performance electric vehicles. For its part, the N Vision 74 combines the technology of electric cars with an advanced hydrogen fuel cell system.
The RN22e offers circuit-optimized settings that allow customers to enjoy the track without losing performance. With four-piston monobloc calipers and 400 mm discs, andl RN22e can perfectly withstand the weight of your electrical system. This model has a maximum power of 430kW, while it has a torque of 740Nm. With a load capacity of 400V, it has a maximum speed of about 250 km/h.
The N Vision 74 is a high-performance hydrogen fuel cell hybrid rolling laboratory that underscores the company’s leadership in sustainable performance technologies. Keeping the essence of the classic Hyundai Pony Coupe of 1974. Now, they have joined the era of electrification, they have high-performance features.
With dimensions of 4,952 mm in length, 1,995 mm in width, 1,331 mm in height and a wheelbase of 2,905 mm, it is the first high-performance rolling laboratory built with the Most advanced hydrogen fuel cell created by Hyundai N. The Asian firm remains firm in its development for sustainable mobility, something it is achieving at a forced pace.