Touring car racing remains one of the world’s most popular forms of road racing, combining approachable front-wheel drive cars with some of the most legendary circuits on the planet. The result is an aggressive, elbows-out form of road racing that proves to be just as much fun for the drivers behind the wheel as it is to watch for the fans in the seats.
Introduced in September 2020, Hyundai’s Elantra N TC became its latest touring car offering to customer teams around the world. Succeeding the i30 and Veloster touring cars that had made their debuts in previous seasons, the Elantra improves upon Hyundai’s existing technology with a brand new two-liter, turbocharged engine that produces 350 horsepower. The car made its IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge debut in 2021, with Bryan Herta Autosport campaigning two cars.