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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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Magna Motors celebrates 1st anniversary, Hyundai dealer hosts massive sales promotion

Magna Motors Dealership Limited has kicked off its first anniversary celebrations with a massive sales promotion; discounts, free service and giveaways up to October 1.

The anniversary special will feature a factory clearance on all 2016 models, inclusive of zero down-payment, a special 6 per cent interest rate with NCB for 24 months, and 8 ½ years to repay. Plus up to 70 per cent off insurance, and two years of free servicing by Hyundai-certified technicians at the world-class Hyundai Service Centre, located at 22-24 Balmoral Avenue, Kingston 10.

From September 26 through to October 1, Hyundai owners will benefit from a 30 per cent discount on servicing at the Hyundai Service Centre. On October 1, the culmination of the sales promotion, the Hyundai showroom at 27 Old Hope Road will feature a fun family affair with giveaways, coffee, and a slice of the Hyundai anniversary cake. Activities at both locations will run from 9am to 5pm.

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Hyundai looks back on productive summer

Hyundai Motorsport has had a productive summer across all areas of the business with exciting developments on the company’s FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) programme as well as accelerating its Customer Racing activities.

Looking ahead to 2017...
The team will begin testing the final specification of its 2017 WRC challenger this week after five months of development. The team began work on the new car back in April, using a mule for initial tests. Since June, a second evolution of the car was put through its paces in private testing. Kevin Abbring has carried out most of the driving duties to date, although both Hayden Paddon and Dani Sordo got their first taste of the new car after Rallye Deutschland.

...but still pushing in 2016
Hyundai Motorsport’s trio of driver crews have all been in testing action since Rallye Deutschland. A pre-event test in Catalunya was held in the final week of August in preparation for Rally Spain, while the drivers will head to Corsica next week to prepare for the tenth round of the season, Tour de Corse - Rallye de France.

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Rallye Deutschland: Sordo returns as Hyundai targets ‘home’ podium

Rallye Deutschland: Sordo returns as Hyundai targets ‘home’ podium 15 August 2016

A rested Dani Sordo returns to the Hyundai Motorsport line-up as the team looks to repeat its 2014 success on Germany's round of the World Rally Championship.

Dani Sordo will return to the Hyundai Motorsport line-up to give the team a boost heading into its adopted 'home' WRC event this weekend.

The Spaniard was forced to miss the last round of the championship, in Finland, thanks to a fractured vertebra, but returns as Hyundai looks to revive the form that has seen it secure two wins for the new generation i20 WRC as the series moves onto round nine at Rallye Deutschland, having missed a podium on the challenging high-speed Finnish gravel roads by only 4.6secs.

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