Hyundai Motorsport's customer teams are currently testing the i20 R5, which will make its début in the WRC2 category at the 2016 Rallye de France.
World Rally Championship driver, Stéphane Sarrazin, will be making his WRC2 début this weekend with the new Hyundai. He had won in Corsica when it was a non-WRC event back in 2014.
Sarrazin, who has been testing the car in France on the asphalt, was also joined by WRC3 champ, Fabio Andolfi, who won his home rally in Sardinia in June in his Peugeot 208 VTi.
Fabio Andolfi will also join Sarrazin during his WRC2 début at the Tour de Corse this weekend in the new i20 R5.
Currently, Andolfi lies fourth in the WRC3 Championship Standings, 27 points behind the Championship Leader Simone Tempestini.