New Hyundai Contest for Canada 2020.
Race to the Ring Contest.
Enter to Win a Trip to Nürburg, Germany and More.
There are seven (7) Grand Prizes, each consisting of a “Race to the Ring Experience” trip to Nürburg, Germany, which will each include:
- one (1) round-trip airfare to Germany,
- two (2) night hotel accommodations,
- and an experience package at the Nürburgring race track, including attendance at the
Hyundai 24-hr Nürburgring event.
The approximate estimated prize value of a Grand Prize is $4,400.
One hundred twenty (120) Entrants will be randomly selected to participate on either May 6 or 7, 2020, in a one-day driving course experience at the Canadian Tire Motor Sport DDT course in Bowmanville, Ontario (transportation to the event is not included).
Those Mosport Participants that achieve the highest seven (7) scores in the Challenges will each be awarded a Grand Prize.
To enter this contest, fill out the easy online entry form at the link below.
- Single Entry
- Open to residents of Ontario Only
- Excludes Quebec
- Age of Majority
- Must be able to drive manual transmission
- Must have a valid driver’s license
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You must also follow @hyundaicanada on Instagram for your entry to be accepted.
This Hyundai Contest ends April 21, 2020
About Hyundai Group
Hyundai Group, founded by Chung Ju-Yung in 1947 as a construction firm, and Chung directly controlled the company until he died in 2001.
By the mid-1990s, Hyundai comprised over 60 subsidiary companies and over 200,000 employees.
Most companies bearing the name Hyundai are not legally connected to Hyundai Group. They include Hyundai Motor Group, Hyundai Department Store Group, Hyundai Heavy Industries Group and Hyundai Development Company.
Hyundai Motor America began selling cars in the USA in 1986, with a single model, the Hyundai Excel; the sales that year were 168,882.
Initially well-received, Hyundai sales plummeted; in response, Hyundai began investing heavily in its vehicles’ quality, design, manufacturing, and long-term research. It added a 10-year powertrain warranty to its vehicles sold in the United States. By 2004, sales had dramatically increased, and the reputation of Hyundai cars improved.
In 1989, Hyundai Auto Canada Inc. opened a stamping and assembly plant in Bromont, Quebec, employing 800 people. T
the plant cost $387.7 million, with Quebec and Canadian federal government subsidies of $131 million.
The Bromont plant was operational for four years before it closed.
Hyundai is the No.1 import car brand in Canada without a local plant.