Seize a saddle, as a result of Hyundai’s obtained a Pony that is simply begging for a experience. The corporate’s Heritage Sequence Pony is an elegant and up to date tackle its first foray into the automotive house. This Pony hatchback, although, is greater than only a restomod with a contemporary electrical coronary heart—it is also a bit of artwork.
Sure, Heritage Sequence Pony is however one piece in a bigger exhibition referred to as “Reflections in Movement,” which is presently on show throughout the partitions of Hyundai Motor Studio Busan in South Korea. Whereas the exhibit options a number of works, its limelight appears to shine brightest on the ’80s-tastic Heritage Sequence Pony.
In spite of everything, what’s to not love about this small electrical hatchback that mixes traditional styling with stylish design particulars? Positive, the Hyundai notes the Heritage Sequence Pony’s LED headlights “are a homage to the pixel and the [8-bit] graphics of the 1970s and [1980s],” however to our eyes, these lamps share a fundamental look with these of the upcoming Ioniq 5. The identical goes for the taillights.
Likewise, the digital gauge cluster makes use of Nixie tube-style graphics, not in contrast to these Kia makes use of within the radio show of its K5 sedan. In brief, the Heritage Sequence Pony completely combines retro 1980s flairs with ultramodern decor.
Hyundai is mum on powertrain specifics for the Heritage Sequence Pony. All we all know is that this piece of rolling artwork depends on electrical energy for energy. That stated, we prefer to suppose Hyundai match the Ioniq 5’s roughly 300-hp powertrain and 73-kWh into this little Pony. If that is so, too, then perhaps Hyundai ought to think about renaming this venture after an equine higher related to a real sense of urgency. Might we propose Secretariat?