Hyundai Motorsport returns to competitive action next week as the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) moves onto round ten, Tour de Corse, held on the Mediterranean island of Corsica.
From Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’s winged creation to Back to the Future’s iconic DeLorean, the idea of road vehicles taking off into the skies above is exciting. But how do flying cars work in real life?
The New Generation i20 R5 will make its first WRC2 start next month at the Tour de Corse – Rallye de France (29 September-October 2), subject to a timely completion of the homologation process.
Hyundai Motor is among the winners of this year’s Automotive Brand Contest. The digital marketing campaign #ChangeIsGood for the All-New Tucson was named one of the best Digital Marketing campaigns.
Hyundai Motorsport has today confirmed a two-year extension to its agreement with Dani Sordo, which will see the Spaniard remain with the team until the end of 2018.