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The Hyundai Pony has made a surprise return with a one-off restomod that takes the Giorgetto Giugiaro-designed original into the future. While the silhouette of the original car remains intact, Hyundai's design studio updated the car with a number of modern features such as camera-based mirrors, pixelated headlights, and a digital touch transmission. The interior of the Pony has been fully overhauled with premium materials and there's even an instrument panel that uses an array of vacuum tubes instead of a traditional set of gauges. 

The car is now on display at the Hyundai Motorstudio Busan in Korea.

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