An outlook into the near future.

Sensuous Sportiness. Parametric dynamics. Cascading Grille. All of these design features were first seen in Hyundai concept cars. Learn more about Hyundai's most recent concept cars - and, as in some cases like TUCSON and IONIQ 5, the production vehicles they inspired.

Front and side view of the Hyundai IONIQ 5 N NPX1 featuring tuning parts by by N Performance Parts.


A stunning concept featuring N Performance Parts that will soon be available for purchase by everyone.
The Hyundai Pony Coupe Concept car recreated from the original 1974 design: a retro-futuristic classic of flowing geometric lines.


The legendary Pony hatchback and Pony Coupe Concept were first unveiled in 1974.
Hyundai SEVEN, all-electric SUEV concept car

Concept SEVEN.

SEVEN captures Hyundai’s future design and technology innovation in the electric mobility era and hints at a new SUV model coming to the IONIQ family, the company’s dedicated battery electric vehicle brand.
Hyundai Prophecy concept car


Featuring the timeless design of a classic car, ‘Prophecy’ is inspired by the company’s ‘Sensuous Sportiness’ design philosophy. It embodies ‘Optimistic Futurism’, which focuses on the emotional link between humans and automobiles by balancing nature and technology, emotion and practicality.
Hyundai 45 concept car at the Frankfurt motorshow

Concept 45.

Named 45, this design concept pays homage to one of the most iconic vehicles in Hyundai’s history, the Pony Coupe Concept.
Hyundai “Le Fil Rouge” concept car

Le Fil Rouge.

“Le Fil Rouge” reflects Hyundai’s belief that the brand’s past, present and future designs are all connected, and was influenced by the company’s Hyundai Pony Coupe Concept from 1974.
Hyundai RN22e and N Vision 74 high-performance N electric vehicle rolling laps on the track.

N high-performance electric rolling labs.

RN22e and N Vision 74 are high-performance N electric vehicle rolling labs – two innovative vehicles that represent our high-performance N vision of electrification. They play an important role as rolling labs as we develop state-of-the-art technologies for transfer to N production models.