Racing with a Hyundai roar.

Hyundai Motorsport is a well-known name in rally series around the world. From a blank sheet of paper in 2013, we won our first WRC manufacturers’ title in 2019, repeating that feat in 2020. Success on the world’s rally stages prompted our foray into circuit racing. 

The new ETCR Elantra from the side, displaying performance and sustainability.

Combining performance and sustainability.

An all-electric race car like the Veloster N ETCR proves that high-performance EVs are possible.

N – Driven to perform

The N name, carried by our road, WCR, and TCR designs, is inspired by the Nürburgring track, together with Namyang in Korea, home to Hyundai’s global R&D Centre. The N logo represents a chicane, challenging for the race drivers of the WCR, TCR, and those at the wheel of the i20 N, i30 N and the KONA N.

Besides the N logo they bring together Hyundai Motorsport’s traditional colours. The ‘Performance Blue’ that forms the base of the livery is, itself, part of the identity of the N line-up.

The sporty i30 N and the i30 N TCR in a collage.
WRC Rallye Monte Carlo and the Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC.

WRC World Rally Championship.

The pinnacle of motorsports is the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC). Hyundai is the back to back champion with the i20 Coupe WRC.

The Hyundai i30 N TCR car on a track in 2020.

TCR Touring Car Racing.

With the i30 N TCR, VELOSTER N TCR and ELANTRA TCR, Hyundai Motorsport customer racing is at the forefront of TCR circuit racing.

The Hyundai i20 R5 drifting through a corner.

R5 Rally Car.

The i20 R5 competes in the R5 series of international, regional and national rally championships.