WRC: Hyundai's 2017 World Rally Car to be based on the i20 Coupe

Slowly details of proposed 2017 version World Rally Cars are being released. During the 2016 Polish Rally, Hyundai Motorsport’s Competition Director Michel Nandan gave some preliminary details of the car which his team is planning to use. Following assurances earlier in the year that the unexpected change of production plans meant that the 2016 rules i20 WRC car with a four door body would then serve as a running development car for the 2017 car, it was therefore a surprise to see spy pictures of the prototype 2017 car with a two-door...


Published Date: Jul 08, 2016 06:34 pm | Updated Date: Jul 08, 2016 06:34 pm


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