Alister McRae and Vicki take the 300hp Hyundai Accent WRC vehicle out for a track test in this Fifth Gear segment. Video after the jump.

Technical regulations mandate that World Rally Cars must be built upon a production car with a minimum of 2500 units, based on a pre-existing Group A model, to which a number of modifications may be added, including but not limited to increasing engine capacity to 2.0 litres, adding a turbocharger, four wheel drive, active differential, sequential gearbox and aerodynamic apendages, and the Anti-Lag System on turbocharged engines

Alister McRae and Vicki take the 300hp Hyundai Accent WRC vehicle out for a track test in this Fifth Gear segment. Video after the jump.

Technical regulations mandate that World Rally Cars must be built upon a production car with a minimum of 2500 units, based on a pre-existing Group A model, to which a number of modifications may be added, including but not limited to increasing engine capacity to 2.0 litres, adding a turbocharger, four wheel drive, active differential, sequential gearbox and aerodynamic apendages, and the Anti-Lag System on turbocharged engines