Both concepts are the result of Hyundai’s Rolling Lab project which, seeks to mesh the worlds of technological advancement with future models in its N line. All of the company’s N models are meant to have racetrack capability, while functioning as a daily sports car.
The announcement of these two vehicles signals an effort to provide “electrified high-performance.” There are no plans right now to produce these cars commercially, but Hyundai intends to incorporate their features within future N-line models.
The RN22e measures a little wider and taller (2,023 x 1,479 mm) than the N Vision 74 (1,995 x 1,331 mm), while sporting a slightly wider wheelbase, but the latter offers a stronger motor, providing more power and torque to its rear wheels. You can check out an in-depth spec list for the RN22e here and the N Vision 74 here.