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Hyundai Set to Debut Two Spectacular Concepts at the 2023 Canadian International Auto Show

If you’re a real car fan and need one good reason to go the 2023 CIAS, Hyundai’s concepts are it

  • The Hyundai N Vision 74 is the coolest concept in a while.

  • The 2023 CIAS will mark the RN22e’s global auto show debut.

  • The Big Car Show will run from February 17th to the 26th.

This year, the Canadian International Auto Show will be showcasing some of the latest and greatest in automotive technology. Although it will be little more than a 1/2 show given that numerous automakers will not be represented, Hyundai Canada has pulled out all the stops as they will showcase two significant concepts in the N Vision 74 and the RN22e.

Hyundai will Benefit from its “Rolling Labs”

“We are excited to make a return to the Auto Show in Toronto with the Canadian debut of the N Vision 74 and the global auto show reveal of RN22e,” says Don Romano, president and CEO of Hyundai Auto Canada. “These vehicles showcase Hyundai’s unwavering focus on sustainability, performance, design and innovation. Attendees of the Canadian International Auto Show are in for something special this year from Hyundai.”

The N Vision 74 is a 670+hp fuel-cell electric vehicle that looks as retro-cool as it is fast. It’s also extremely efficient as it can travel more than 600 km before refueling with hydrogen. While the N Vision 74 is unlikely ever to be produced as is, the all-new RN22e, a high-performance electric vehicle developed by Hyundai’s N brand division, should.

Hyundai N Vision 74 and RN22e | Photo: Hyundai

The car is based largely on the Ioniq 6 and is designed to be an “everyday sports car.” The RN22e is built on Hyundai’s Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP), with a dual-motor setup for plenty of power and grip, not to mention speed. What is expected to be a preview of the anticipated Ioniq 6 N, is capable of a 0-100km/h sprint in 3.5 seconds.

Seeing both cars will be worth the trip and the price of admission.

Hyundai N Vision 74 and RN22e | Photo: Hyundai

Hyundai N Vision 74 | Photo: Hyundai

Hyundai N Vision 74 | Photo: Hyundai

Hyundai N Vision 74 | Photo: Hyundai

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