Hyundai RM20e Electric Sports Car Prototype
Hyundai Motor Company enters the electrified race car world with a bang. Introducing the RM20e Racing Midship Sports Car, which is currently being used as a “rolling lab” for testing high performance technologies, boasting 810 horsepower and 708 lb.-ft. of torque to variable road surfaces. However, this isn’t their first electric race car, as in 2019, Hyundai developed the ‘Veloster N eTCR’ for the eTCR electric touring car series. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.



The massive power enables the RM20e to accelerate from 0-62 mph in less than three seconds and 0-124 mph at 9.88 seconds. The vehicle has a midship-based motor placement and rear-drive layout to give it the traction required for this level of acceleration. There’s no word yet on if we’ll ever see a production version of this electrified race car.

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Hyundai RM20e Electric Sports Car Prototype
Hyundai RM20e Electric Sports Car Prototype
Hyundai RM20e Electric Sports Car Prototype

Our new electrified RM20e pushes the proven RM platform forcefully into a new, environmentally-focused decade of the 21st century, stretching the performance envelope of electrification on normal road environments. RM20e represents a revolutionary new chapter of electrified performance for the Racing Midship series, and our N engineers continue to garner valuable insights in the arena of zero-emission performance dynamics,” said Albert Biermann, President and Head of Research and Development Division at Hyundai Motor Group.

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