Hyundai has actually made time to file a trademark for the ‘N74’ nameplate all in the European Union’s very own intellectual property office. When you notice the trademark, you will be able to tell that Hyundai means business when it comes to their N Vision 74 concept car, just revealed as early as last year.
The automaker, Hyundai, has not yet confirmed a production version. It’s prototype is in and of it’s own a 670-horsepower rear-drive sports car which is powered by batteries and hydrogen fuel cells.
Hyundai Has Their N Vision 74 Out In The Spotlight.
The car company has filed under the name “Hyundai N74” through the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).
The request for a trademark had been filed on September 20th, all while the specification hovers over an umbrella clause of “automobiles, sports cars, vans, motor trucks, motor buses, and electric vehicles.”
Will The Hyundai N74 Be A Viable Car To Sell In The Future?
As Hyundai files for the N Vision 74 in the future, the production version is set to at least enter trademark application.
Concept cars give off a hope for a better life. A likelihood that there can be a brighter tomorrow. Sometimes, having hope is all that is needed. To be certain about things and not have the end of the world fall upon just anyone’s shoulders.
Furthermore, the chances that there are more opportunities for electric vehicles to shine through in the darkness are both plentiful and everlasting. It makes a difference to be able to trust that these type of instances are going to be consistent in the near future.
The Hyundai N74 is a potentially enjoyable vehicle that shows the benefit of propelling forward using very strong electric drive. That sort of powering is necessary for the Hyundai brand to shine forth in the future.
All car owners like to operate upon the roads with sustainable energy that makes a general difference to the way the Earth experiences emissions so strong that they may very well be unsustainable for life if we don’t put a curtail on them.
Such instances where it makes a world of possibilities brighter to run vehicles off of potentially renewable energy, though the cars themselves may be stuck in the concept phase, is fascinating. It’s all a good step forward in the realm of progress and stronger understanding.