Technical Specifications 2023
The Elantra N TCR has quickly established itself at the top of the TCR category. After taking Sebastien Loeb Racing to the 2021 TCR Europe teams’ title in its debut season, customers with the car won six titles in 2022.
There was a third drivers’ and second teams’ title in FIA WTCR competition, as well as a clean sweep of IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge drivers’, teams’ and manufacturers’ honours for Bryan Herta Autosport and another title double in TCR Italy.
Revealed for the first time at the Beijing Motor Show in 2020 the Elantra N TCR marked the expansion of Hyundai Motorsport Customer Racing’s range of TCR cars.
Based on the road-going Elantra, the car maintains the strong links between the Hyundai racing cars fans see on the track, and the cars available from the showroom. The success of the Elantra N TCR also further builds the Customer Racing department’s hard-earned reputation for producing fast, reliable cars for the highly competitive TCR category.
Design work on the Elantra N TCR started from a blank sheet of paper in the second half of 2019, allowing Hyundai Motorsport’s designers and engineers to capitalize on the expertise gained from three years’ work with the i30 N TCR and Veloster N TCR. The approach allowed them to carry across the many strengths of the other racing Hyundai, while also presenting the opportunity to improve on the existing designs where possible.
In line with the TCR regulations the Elantra N TCR is front-wheel drive and is powered by a two-litre turbocharged engine derived from a brand new base engine taken from Hyundai’s family of road-going models. The car shares the same six-speed, paddle-shift operated gearbox as the other Hyundai TCR designs, while the use of the Elantra model as a base provides an instantly recognizable silhouette on track.
To download or take a look at the Elantra N TCR brochure, click here.
For further information on ordering an Elantra N TCR please visit our dedicated sales page.
Minimum Weight:1265kg including the driver
Distribution: two overhead camshafts, 16 valves
Max. output: 350hp @ 7000 rpm
Max. torque:450Nm @ 3500 rpm
Gearbox: 6-speed sequential with paddle shift
Clutch: Cerametallic twin-disc
Differential: multi-plate limited slip differential with external pre-load
Rear suspension: 4-arm multi-link axle, coil springs, gas-filled dampers, anti-roll bar
Steering: electrical power assisted rack and pinion
Front brakes: six-piston calipers, 380 mm steel ventilated discs
Rear brakes: two-piston calipers, 278 mm steel discs
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