Hyundai’s First Supercar is So Awesome You Can’t Even Buy It

Hyundai has just unveiled its first ever supercar at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The outrageously styled N2025 is Hyundai’s vision for a race car ten years into the future and is powered by a hybrid drivetrain that produces 871-hp. A hydrogen fuel cell produces 670-hp, while a super capacitor system produces the remaining 201-hp and harvests energy under braking.

Weighing in at just 2,140 pounds thanks to its carbon fiber construction, the N2025 boasts a power-to-weight ratio of about 900-hp per ton. Hyundai design chief Christopher Chapman appropriately describes it as “a fighter jet on wheels.”

Unfortunately, it’s only available to drive in Gran Turismo 6 on PlayStation 3 as part of the Vision Gran Turismo project, which means you can’t buy one. But it’s not all bad news. The Frankfurt show also marked the launch of the Hyundai’s N performance brand, meaning we’ll be seeing faster Hyundais in the very near future.

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