At long last, Hyundai is making the N Vision 74 for kids in South Korea. Before you get too excited, it's not the actual car but rather a remote-controlled toy with a nifty pistol-shaped controller. Built on a 1:10 scale, the RC car is currently available only in South Korea, but it will be introduced in other markets soon. At home, it costs 498,000 won, or about £292 at current exchange rates.

Hyundai N Vision 74 RC

The official Hyundai Collection website in South Korea allows you to order as many as 100 units with a single purchase. If you’re wondering about the size, the N Vision 74 RC is 460 millimetres (18.1 inches) long, 185 mm (7.3 inches) wide, and 125 mm (4.9 inches) tall. Manufactured in China with a polycarbonate body and an ABS chassis, the toy is recommended for individuals over 14.

In case you're curious how the pistol-shaped controller works, we've included a diagram in the gallery. It's an off-the-shelf product, the CTX-2000, with a throttle trigger and a built-in steering wheel.

As for the real deal, rumours persist Hyundai is making the N Vision 74 by assembling 70 road cars and 30 track-only vehicles for racing in Europe and North America. It's said to make over 800 bhp from a dual-motor hydrogen setup. Korean-language news agency ETNews reported late last year production is scheduled to commence in 2026.