Hyundai will revive a beloved classic car design in a brand-new form.

Giorgetto and Fabrizio Giugiaro, a well-known father-son team, have been working with Hyundai Motor Company to completely reconstruct the 1974 Pony Coupe.

Since its debut at the 1974 Turin Motor Show, the Pony Coupe concept has become an icon for the company because of its design.

Its wedge-shaped snout, geometrical lines resembling origami, and circular headlamps were among of 

the qualities that made it stand out in the crowded, cutthroat worldwide market.

The Pony launched the Korean auto sector and catapulted Hyundai onto the world stage.

The prominent car company's management allegedly recruited Giorgetto to develop its first independent vehicle.

Hyundai hired Giorgetto to design, create blueprints for, and construct five prototypes during the early stages of its automobile production, one of which was a coupe.

Although the Pony Coup moniker was only used from 1975 to 1990, many different types of automobiles were produced using its designs.

Hyundai drew influence from the 1974 Pony Coupe while creating its well-liked IONIQ 5 and N Vision 74 models.

The DeLorean DMC 12, which made its debut in 1983 and is best known for being featured in the "Back to the Future" films, was similarly influenced by Giugiaro's work on the Pony Coupe.