The 2017 Hyundai i20 World Rally Championship car has been revealed at the 2016 Paris motor show. Featuring a 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine, it produces 380HP and 450Nm of torque. It weighs just 1191kg unladen and Hyundai hopes it's enough to get them to the top of the 2017 WRC.
Every new Hyundai sold in Australia is covered by a five-year, unlimited kilometre warranty and lifetime service plan, with costs ranging from around $150 to $300 per service. But what happens when that new Hyundai is a WRC World Rally Car? To find out more about how service and WRC works, we’re here at Rally Australia – the 10th round of this year’s World Rally Championship – with Hyundai Motorsport Team Manager Alain Penasse...
2014 Paris motor show - Tegan gets a quick look at the all new Hyundai i20, which is due to arrive in Australia next year.
CarAdvice puts you in the passenger seat of the Hyundai i20 World Rally Car for two hot laps with Chris Atkinson.
Tegan hands the keys to a colleague who's looking to buy a little city runabout to see what they think of the popular Hyundai.
We chat with Australia’s Chris Atkinson as he prepares to get behind the wheel of Hyundai’s WRC i20 during a recent test day in Southern Spain.