Hyundai has officially unveiled the 2020 Elantra N TCR. The car has already done 5,000 kilometers (3,106 miles) of testing on several circuits across Europe and, according to Hyundai, the team tested both sprint and endurance versions of its race car.
The Elantra N TCR was tested for three months and it will be ready for customers at the end of the year. As you can imagine, during this process, Hyundai Motorsport took advantage of the know-how gained while engineering the aforementioned i30 N TCR and Veloster N TCR.
The 2020 Hyundai Elantra N TCR is equipped with a 2.0 liter petrol engine. For now we don’t know the official power performance, but TCR regulations call for a maximum 340 horsepower and 410 Nm peak of torque.
In addition, the car will be equipped with a six-speed paddle-shift transmission.
According to the same regulations, the car will have a minimum weight of 1.265 kilograms, including the driver.