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Hyundai scoops highest accolades at Top Gear Awards

  • The Hyundai i20 N has been named overall Car of the Year at Top Gear’s annual awards, outperforming cars from across the world’s most evocative brands.
  • Hyundai bestowed with Manufacturer of the Year, recognising overall breadth of ability across model line-up and diverse cast of characters on sale.

30 November 2021 - Hyundai has taken highest honours at the Top Gear annual awards 2021, winning Car of the Year with i20 N and being named overall Manufacturer of the Year.

The i20 N recently triumphed at the Top Gear Speed Week test to claim coveted Performance Car of the Year title from a group of 26 contenders during a series of thorough tests. The judging panel – comprised of Top Gear’s expert editorial team alongside Chris Harris and The STIG – crowned the i20 N overall winner after a series of gruelling tests against models from some of the most evocative performance car brands in the world. The combination of i20 N’s thrilling handling and rounded abilities ultimately won the team over.

On i20 N winning Car of the Year Jack Rix, Editor of Top Gear Magazine, said:

We already knew how brilliant the i20N was after it brushed aside 25 other competitors at our recent Speed Week test to claim our coveted Performance Car of the Year title. But you don't win the top prize in our annual Awards without proving your all-round brilliance. Having shone on British racetracks and B-roads we decided to throw it in at the deep end to prove its greatness, with an adventure across the Australian outback. What we discovered was a low-slung hot hatch that remained both comfortable and completely unflustered across oppressively large distances, and on washboard road surfaces. A little Hyundai hatchback that did so well, so far out of its comfort zone, that it was impossible to do anything but make it our overall Car of the Year.

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