Hyundai i20 N WRC Rally1


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Road Version 2022


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Hyundai i20 N

  • 1.6 T-GDI
  • 204 HP
  • 304 NM
  • 6 speed manual
  • Front wheel drive
  • 6.2 sec

 

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  • 0 – 100 km/h

Hyundai i20 N WRC Rally1

  • Hyundai Motorsport turbocharged engine with direct injection
  • 380 HP
  • ~ 450 NM
  • 5 speed manual
  • Four wheel drive
  • < 4 sec

To discover more about the Hyundai i20 N, please visit your local Hyundai representatives, details of which can be found at: worldwide.hyundai.com.

Technical Specifications 2022


Hyundai i20 N WRC Rally1

Engine
Type Hyundai Motorsport turbocharged engine with direct injection, four cylinder in-line
Displacement 1.600cc
Bore / Stroke 83/73.8
Power (max.) 380hp at 6,500 RPM
Torque (max.) 450Nm at 5,500 RPM
Air restrictor 36mm
Lubrication Shell Helix-Ultra
Hybrid Unit
Common plug-in hybrid unit, alongside an internal combustion engine (ICE) Hybrid unit composed of:
• 12,000rpm motor generator unit (MGU)
• inverter control unit
• 3.9kWh battery operating up to 750 volts
Configuration Connected from the MGU to all four wheels via the propeller shaft to maximise acceleration performance
Weight 87kg
Power (max.) 100kW (134hp)
Torque (max.) 180Nm
Full electric mode Up to 20km of full electric range Hybrid Electric Vehicle zones In the Service Park, use of Full Electric Mode is mandatory
Stage start mode 1,000kj of energy available to support the combustion engine for about ten seconds
Stage mode Hybrid power can be used according to three pre-set maps
Stage profile will affect electric power availability
Energy recovery When throttle pedal is released and under braking, also known as regeneration phase (regen)
Chassis / Suspension
Front / Rear MacPherson struts with adjustable dampers
Steering Hydraulic power-assisted rack and pinion
Braking system Ventilated disc brakes (370mm on tarmac; 300mm on gravel) Air-cooled 4-piston callipers
Handbrake Hydraulic control
Wheels 8x18 inch for tarmac, 7x15 inch for gravel
Chassis / Bodywork
Structure FIA-conformant reinforced steel with welded multi-point roll cage and composite fibre bodywork components
Bodywork Steel and composite fiber panels
Length / Width 4,100/1,875mm
Track width 1,665mm
Wheel base 2,630mm
Transmission
Type Four-wheel drive
Gearbox Manual gearbox, five forward gears and one reverse
Differential Mechanical Front and Rear
Clutch Cerametallic twin-disk

Tyres
  Pirelli tyres
for tarmac P Zero
for wet tarmac Cinturato
for ice/snow Sottozero
for gravel Scorpion
Cockpit
Seats OMP
Belts OMP, multiple fixing points belts with adjustable straps
Weight
Weight min. 1,260kg
Weight max. 1,430kg with driver and co-driver
Tank
Fuel tank capacity 60 litres
Fuel FIA 100% sustainable approved fuel by P1 Racing

Technical Regulations 2022


Engine

For the first time ever, WRC cars will run hybrid engines in 2022. The new Rally1 regulations will see the cars fitted with 100kW plug-in hybrid power units that will produce over 500 horsepower when combined with the 1.6 litre internal combustion engine. Unlike the push-to-pass systems of other motorsport championships with hybrid engines, drivers in WRC will instead deploy the electrical energy through an automatic system dictated by pre-programmed engine maps.

Hybrid Unit

The common hybrid unit is composed of a 12,000rpm motor generator unit (MGU), an inverter control unit and a 3.9kWH battery operating up to 750 volts. The unit is connected from the MGU to all four wheels via the propeller shaft to maximise acceleration performance, delivering 180Nm of torque during the acceleration phase. The hybrid unit is housed in a ballistic-strength carbon fibre case that can resist impacts of up to 70G.

i20 coupe WRC

Weight

The minimum weight for the Rally1 cars is set to be at 1,350kg – 160kg more than the 2021 regulations. This large increase is to accommodate the additional weight of the new electrical elements in the vehicles.

Aerodynamics

WRC cars have a number of aerodynamic devices including wings at the front and rear of the car in order to improve the car’s downforce. The aggressive aerodynamics of the previous era of regulations will largely remain in 2022.

Safety

The new regulations include increased safety features to protect the crews. These include a strengthened front and rear, the addition of a main roll-hoop in the spaceframe and a re-designed roof section that can absorb up to 115% more energy than previous regulations.

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