Hyundai’s next electric race car hints at the future of sporty road-going EVs

Hyundai’s electric athletics motor vehicle ambitions did not finish with a spruced-up Veloster. The automaker has unveiled an RM20e Racing Midship Athletics Car that not only promises to improve its motorsport designs, but displays the “next generation” of N efficiency autos — it’s billed as the company’s first “high-performance” electric athletics motor vehicle of any kind. It’s impressive, as you’d be expecting from racing EVs, but Hyundai is also promising a balanced structure that could even be completely ready for the avenue.

As the name indicates, the 810HP motor sits at the middle of the human body. That not only lets the RM20e arrive at 62MPH in considerably less than a few seconds and 124MPH in 9.88 seconds, but allows for the traction, harmony, and braking you’d hope for in a race motor vehicle. Even so, the structure supposedly offers “daily-driver quietness” and responsiveness.