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7th Season is Underway

Running a revised crew line-up and 14 rounds in 2020, Hyundai Motorsport Team will aim to get the incredible success again in both driver’s and manufacturer’s title battle.

Built To Overcome The World’s Most Toughest Roads

All WRC cars are built upon road cars. Only models manufactured for the general public, with over 25,000 units produced per year are eligible to compete in the WRC. Any modifications with special materials like titanium, magnesium, and ceramics are prohibited.

2019 FIA WORLD RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP

WE DON’T COUNT, WE JUST KEEP WINNING.

wrc champion

Aiming High Down Under

Thierry Neuvilleceremony
WRC 2018 sweden trophy
Victory in Sweden

Technical Specifications for Hyundai Rally Cars

We are proud to present the Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC and i20 R5 ’20, whose role it is to enhance Hyundai’s global motorsport image. Hyundai Motorsport’s best drivers and co-drivers will compete individually in short, timed stages with these upgraded cars in WRC/WRC2 2020.

Type

Turbocharged Engine

Performance

380 HP

Torque

450 NM

Transmission

6 speed sequential

Drive Train

Four wheel drive

0-100km/h

4 sec

  • Tires

    • Michelin tires-Range Pilot Sport for tarmac, A41 for snow/ice tarmac, X-Ice North for ice/snow gravel, Latitude Cross for gravel

    Transmission

    • Type 4-wheel drive
    • Gearbox Sequential gearbox, six forward gears and one reverse with paddle shift on steering
    • Differential Hydraulic in center, mechanical with ramps in front and rear
    • Clutch Cerametallic twin-disk
    • Weight min 1,190kg
    • Weight max 1,350kg with driver and co-driver
  • Tank

    • Fuel tank capacity 80 liters
    • Fuel FIA approved fuel

    Engine

    • Type Hyundai Motorsport turbocharged engine with direct injection
    • Displacement 1,600cc
    • Bore / Stroke 83/73.9
    • Power (max.) 380hp at 6,500 RPM
    • Torque (max.) 450Nm at 5,500 RPM
    • Air restrictor 36mm
    • Engine Control Unit Magneti Marelli SRG unit
    • Lubrication Shell Helix Ultra
  • Cockpit

    • Seats Sabelt
    • Belts Sabelt, multiple fixing points belts with adjustable straps

    Chassis / Bodywork

    • Structure Steel bodyshell with welded multi-point roll cage
    • Bodywork Steel and composite fiber panels
    • Length / Width 4,100/1,875mm
    • Track width 1,665mm
    • Wheel base 2,570mm
Type

T-GDI blue 1.0

Performance

120 HP

Torque

172 NM

Transmission

6 speed Manual

Drive Train

Front wheel drive

0-100km/h

10.2 sec

  • Tires

    • Michelin tires-Range Pilot Sport for tarmac, A41 for snow/ice tarmac, X-Ice North for ice/snow gravel, Latitude Cross for gravel

    Transmission

    • Type 4-wheel drive
    • Gearbox Sequential gearbox, six forward gears and one reverse with paddle shift on steering
    • Differential Hydraulic in center, mechanical with ramps in front and rear
    • Clutch Cerametallic twin-disk
    • Weight min 1,190kg
    • Weight max 1,350kg with driver and co-driver
  • Tank

    • Fuel tank capacity 80 liters
    • Fuel FIA approved fuel

    Engine

    • Type Hyundai Motorsport turbocharged engine with direct injection
    • Displacement 1,600cc
    • Bore / Stroke 83/73.9
    • Power (max.) 380hp at 6,500 RPM
    • Torque (max.) 450Nm at 5,500 RPM
    • Air restrictor 36mm
    • Engine Control Unit Magneti Marelli SRG unit
    • Lubrication Shell Helix Ultra
  • Cockpit

    • Seats Sabelt
    • Belts Sabelt, multiple fixing points belts with adjustable straps

    Chassis / Bodywork

    • Structure Steel bodyshell with welded multi-point roll cage
    • Bodywork Steel and composite fiber panels
    • Length / Width 4,100/1,875mm
    • Track width 1,665mm
    • Wheel base 2,570mm
Type

Turbocharged Engine

Performance

290 HP

Torque

440 NM

Transmission

5 speed sequential

Drive Train

Four wheel drive

  • Transmission

    • Type 4-wheel drive
    • Gearbox Recardo Sequential gearbox, Five forward gears and one reverse
    • Differential Mechanical front and rear
    • Clutch Cerametallic twin-disk
    • Weight min 1,230kg
    • Weight max 1,390kg with driver and co-driver
  • Tank

    • Fuel tank capacity 80 liters
    • Fuel FIA approved fuel

    Engine

    • Type Hyundai Motorsport turbocharged engine with direct injection
    • Displacement 1,600cc
    • Power (max.) 290hp at 5,000 RPM
    • Torque (max.) 440Nm at 4,000 RPM
    • Air restrictor 36mm
    • Engine Control Unit Magneti Marelli ECU
  • Cockpit

    • Seats Sabelt FIA 8862 competition seats
    • Belts Sabelt six-point HANS compatible

    Chassis

    • Structure FIA conformant reinforced steel body with Hyundai Motorsport designed welded multi-point roll cage
    • Length / Width 4,035/1,820mm
    • Track width 1,610mm
    • Wheel base 2,570mm
Hyundai Motorsport

WRC/WRC2 Teams

Thierry Neuville/Nicolas Gilsoul Thierry Neuville/Nicolas Gilsoul

DRIVER

Thierry Neuville

June 16, 1988 / Belgium

  • Debut : 2009, Rallye Catalunya
  • Rally wins : 12
  • Podiums : 40
  • With Hyundai : Since 2014

CO-DRIVER

Nicolas Gilsoul

February 05, 1982 / Belgium

  • Debut : 2007, Rally Monte-Carlo
  • Rally wins : 12
  • Podiums : 40
  • With Hyundai : Since 2014
Sébastien Loeb/Daniel Elena Sébastien Loeb/Daniel Elena

DRIVER

Ott Tänak

October 15, 1987 / Estonia

  • WRC Debut : 2009, Rally Portugal
  • Rally wins : 12
  • Podiums : 26
  • With Hyundai : Since 2020

CO-DRIVER

Martin Järveoja

August 18, 1987 / Estonia

  • WRC Debut : 2010, Rallye Jordan
  • Rally wins : 12
  • Podiums : 22
  • With Hyundai : Since 2020
Andreas Mikkelsen/Anders Jæger Andreas Mikkelsen/Anders Jæger

DRIVER

Dani Sordo

May 02, 1983 / Spain

  • Debut : 2003, Rallye Catalunya
  • Rally wins : 2
  • Podiums : 46
  • With Hyundai : Since 2014

CO-DRIVER

Carlos del Barrio

August 15, 1968 / Spain

  • Debut : 1991, Rallye Catalunya
  • Rally wins : 2
  • Podiums : 11
  • With Hyundai : Since 2018
Dani Sordo/Carlos del Barrio Dani Sordo/Carlos del Barrio

DRIVER

Sébastien Loeb

February 26, 1974 / France

  • Debut : 1999, Rallye Catalunya
  • Rally wins : 79 (incl. 9 Titles)
  • Podiums : 118
  • With Hyundai : Since 2019

CO-DRIVER

Daniel Elena

October 26, 1972 / Monaco

  • Debut : 1999, Rallye Catalunya
  • Rally wins : 79 (incl. 9 Titles)
  • Podiums : 118
  • With Hyundai : Since 2019
Thierry Neuville/Nicolas Gilsoul Thierry Neuville/Nicolas Gilsoul

DRIVER

Ole Christian Veiby

June 17, 1996 / Norway

  • WRC2 Debut : 2016 Rally Sweden
  • Rally wins : 2
  • Podiums : 7
  • With Hyundai : Since 2020

CO-DRIVER

Jonas Andersson

January 1, 1977 / Sweden

  • WRC2 Debut : 2016 Rally Sweden
  • Rally wins : 2
  • Podiums : 7
  • With Hyundai : Since 2020
Sébastien Loeb/Daniel Elena Sébastien Loeb/Daniel Elena

DRIVER

Nikolay Gryazin

October 7, 1997 / Russia

  • WRC2 Debut : 2019 Rally Sweden
  • Rally wins : 1(incl. 1 Title)
  • Podiums : 2
  • With Hyundai : Since 2020

CO-DRIVER

Yaroslav Fedorov

October 27, 1982 / Russia

  • WRC2 Debut : 2019 Rally Sweden
  • Rally wins : 1(incl. 1 Title)
  • Podiums : 2
  • With Hyundai : Since 2020
We're entering an exciting phase in our journey, which I think will reinforce our commitment and ambition in the competitive WRC community.

Hyundai Motorsport Team Principal

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