Win a brand new Hyundai i20 N – last chance to enter

Enter before October 4th for your chance to win a brand new Hyundai i20 N worth £25,545

Hyundai i20n competition car

The Hyundai i20 N is an impressive new hot hatch inspired by the company’s WRC rally. With a 1.6-litre turbocharged four cylinder engine and 201bhp and 203lb ft of torque, it’s a dynamic vehicle that’s quickly become an evo favourite.

We gave the i20 N a glowing five-star review, praising the car’s cornering speed, punchy engine, the slickly designed cockpit and interior ambience. Our verdict hailed the car for delivering “a broad spread of abilities with the depth of character and involvement that can only be achieved with a car developed by enthusiasts for enthusiasts”.

Don’t just take our word for it, though. Our sister title Auto Express recently named it Hot Hatch of the Year at the 2021 New Car Awards.

If it's is on your radar then you’re in luck, because evo readers are in with a chance of winning a brand new Hyundai i20 N in Polar White worth £25,545 (full specs can be found here).

To enter the free prize draw to win, just fill out the form below before the competition closing date of 4 October 2021 or click here to open the form in a new window, hit submit then we’ll notify you if you’ve been successful (full terms and conditions are available here).

On completing and submitting this survey, you will automatically be entered to win a Hyundai i20 N.

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