After Hyundai Motorsport launched their customer racing programme in 2015, they developed the Hyundai New Generation i20 R5 to compete in WRC-2 class and Group R5 rallying. Compared to Hyundai i20 WRC, it has a smaller intake restrictor which is 32mm compared to 33mm on the latter. It's also has a Ricardo 5-speed sequential gearbox with stick shift as opposed to the 6-speed Sadev sequential gearbox with paddle shift found on its WRC sibling. The i20 R5 has the power output 285 bhp and the torque of 310 lb ft, which the latter's value is higher than the i20 WRC (295 lb ft).
The i20 R5 have gone through 9 months of testing since the January 2016 before its debut at Tour de Corse - Rallye de France in the same year. It eventually scored its first stage win at 2016 Wales Rally GB.
DiRT 4 Edit
|File:DiRT 4 Hyundai R5.jpg|
|Transmission||5 Speed - Manual Sequential|
|Engine||1600 cc / Straight 4|
The Hyundai R5 is a R5 Rally car in DiRT 4, it is accessible to players who preordered the Day One Edition or Special Edition of the game.