Hyundai explains how i30N hit its handling sweet spot

Using “special” track testing techniques

Hyundai put out a fun video where it tries to explain how it improved the handling of the new i30N by using a chocolate surfaced corner...

Obviously an April Fools video, but one of the better ones we’ve seen this year - it alludes to Mazda’s actual ad involving a corner covered in strange things in order to gauge its grip. Who on Earth puts 5,000 pieces of jelly down in a corner and has a car drive through it? Well, Mazda did, as you'll see in the video below.

But in Hyundai’s case, you at some point begin to suspect the video is for April Fools - especially when the narrator reaches the part about “finding the suspension sweet spot” in "Cacao corner," if by that point you haven’t already figured it out...

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