Having replaced the lackluster Getz in 2008, the Hyundai
i20 may not be the first car to come to mind when you think of the World Rally Championship. (In fact, North American consumers probably wouldn't think of the i20 at all, as the European-market micro-hatch is even smaller than the Accent. But we digress.) Hyundai, however, is keen to change that with the new i20 WRC you see here. The rally-spec hatchback represents Hyundai's return to the World Rally Championship after a nearly decade-long absence.