Take one look at Hyundai Motorsport’s WRC challenger you will want to watch. Ladies and gents this is the 2017 Hyundai i20 WRC and as you can see, it takes a huge leap forward from the previous i20 WRC used in the 2016 season. Cars this season are going to have much more aggressive aero thanks to the revised rules raising power output up to 380 horses. Not only is this car more powerful, it is lighter too so it will be properly rapid. yundai will field three cars for the 2017 season, and their driver lineup remains unchanged. Dani Sordo, Hayden Paddon and Thierry Neuville will return to the cockpits assisted by their usual co-drivers.