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Hyundai unveils its 2017 WRC challenger

Hyundai has become the first team to reveal the 2017-spec car it will contest the upcoming WRC season with, the i20 Coupe.

The 2017 WRC season will see a new set of regulations applied, which will increase the importance of aerodynamics and mechanical grip as well as engine power.

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Neuville: Hyundai to make biggest progress with new WRC rules

Thierry Neuville says Hyundai is well-placed regarding the new-for-2017 World Rally Championship regulations, with more room to grow in its development than other manufacturers.

With the Korean carmaker set to be joined by factory outfits from Toyota and Citroen next season, as Volkswagen drops out of the WRC, star driver Neuville reckons its Hyundai that can potentially make the biggest splash when the new technical regulations come into play.

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Hyundai Reaps Success In Jamaica

Magna Motors Dealership Jamaica Limited's ambition to become a top motor vehicle seller domestically has continued to surpass the company's expectations as they have significantly grown to be one of the leading automotive brands in Jamaica.

Aligned with the company's delivery of superior customer care and service, and through the combined efforts of administrators and staff, the exclusive distributors of Hyundai in Jamaica are now known locally for both quality and innovation, world-class luxury vehicles and exceptional industry-leading experiences.

According to Juan Vargas, general manager at Magna Motors in Jamaica, the Hyundai ownership experience is a major pull factor for their customers as they continue to raise the standard of automotive customer care and service in Jamaica.

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Hyundai RN30 concept revealed in Paris

If there was any doubt about how seriously Hyundai is taking its new ‘N’ performance sub-brand, there isn’t now. This is the utterly mad RN30 concept, a steroidal preview of an i30N production car already confirmed for next year. Judging by this, it could be very fiery indeed.

Albert Biermann, the guy Hyundai poached from BMW M to head-up its new N division, describes what to expect: “What we will sell next year is closer to the i30 than the RN30. It has a nice differentiation to the base i30, with its sportiness. We are Hyundai, we have no established high-performance customer base and if we go from zero to top level of the segment, the question is how many customers can follow us there? It’s very robust, it’s track capable, but the first step cannot be too big.”

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