During the first tests, the developers wanted to understand its behavior and its strengths and weaknesses.
Current plans suggest that the vehicle will be tested at a number of different locations across Europe to assess its performance in all conditions and terrain.
The Hyundai Motorsport team did an amazing job and worked so hard to get the car ready for the first test in such a short amount of time.
Starting next year, WRC vehicles will be powered by a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder direct injection turbocharged engine in tandem with a 134 hp electric motor. and 180 Nm.
The electric motor is powered by a 3.9 kWh battery housed in a sealed carbon fiber enclosure.