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2021 Hyundai i20 N prototype photos: Wakefield track drive
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9th Oct 2020
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2021 Hyundai i20 N prototype photos: Wakefield track drive

The new 2021 Hyundai i20 N hot hatch will arrive in the coming weeks to take on Ford's Fiesta ST and the Volkswagen Polo GTI – and, importantly, it's coming to Australia. That's good news because, like the Fiesta ST, it will be an orphan in its parent company's local line-up: with no regular i20 models to fill out the range, the i20 N is going to be quite the spectre on Aussie roads.
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Hyundai’s new model roll-out: 11 cars in 11 months
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25th Jun 2020
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Hyundai’s new model roll-out: 11 cars in 11 months

Hyundai plans to introduce 11 new or updated models in the next 11 months – its biggest product blitz since the brand was established in Australia in 1986. The massive new-model roll-out is designed to reverse a four-and-a-half year sales slide, the biggest slump for the brand since the Global Financial Crisis a decade ago. The cavalcade of cars will start with one of the most advanced vehicles on the road, although it will be sold in relatively small numbers.
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2021 Hyundai i20N hot hatch caught on camera
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25th Mar 2020
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2021 Hyundai i20N hot hatch caught on camera

The Hyundai i20N hot hatch has been spotted testing in the wild for the first time. Although it’s cloaked in a heavy camouflage – and we can tell more about its appearance based on photoshop renderings (such as X-Tomi Design below) than these images taken on access roads to the Nurburgring in Germany – what we do know is that the Hyundai i20N is high on the priority list for Australia.
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2017 Hyundai i20 WRC challenger unveiled: More aero, more power for rally-spec city car
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1st Dec 2016
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2017 Hyundai i20 WRC challenger unveiled: More aero, more power for rally-spec city car

Hyundai Motorsport has lifted the covers on its 2017 Hyundai i20 WRC challenger at a media event at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza in Italy, ahead of the 2017 World Rally Championship (WRC) season opener in Monte-Carlo. Based on the road-going Hyundai i20 Coupe not sold locally, the now three-door WRC car replaces the 2016 five-door i20 WRC car CarAdvice was lucky enough to experience from the passenger seat, as part of last month’s Rally Australia in Coffs Harbour, New South Wales.
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