Well, ain't this a beauty.

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This is Hyundai's third rally car for the FIA World Rally Championship.

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The automaker entered the series in 2014.

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You might not be able to tell, but this is based on the production i20 hatchback.

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That means that this is, technically, a Hyundal Elantra GT. Awesome.

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This nutso machine puts out about 380 horsepower.

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With more power and less weight than 2016, this car is going to fly.

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The driver lineup remains unchanged from 2016 -- Thierry Neuville, Hayden Paddon and Dani Sordo.

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Too bad you can't grab one of these at the dealership.

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