Hyundai Launches VR+ Application Ahead of World Rally Championship

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With the launch of virtual reality application- VR+, Hyundai Motor is offering smartphone users the chance to experience the speed and excitement of being a part of Hyundai Shell World Rally Team.

Hyundai Launches VR+ Application Ahead of World Rally Championship

HYUNDAI VR+ has been developed to provide realistic driving experiences for the fans of motor sports by regularly updating World Rally Championship (WRC) races held in 13 countries each year.

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The free-to-download application, available on Apple App store or Google Play, offers smartphone users an immersive insight into the world of Hyundai Shell World Rally Team.

Features include a Virtual Reality (VR+) or 360-degree panoramic view play function from the co-driver seat of the Hyundai Shell World Rally Team driver.

This application can be best enjoyed using a Google cardboard or any commercial VR dive device in the market. User can also get access to Hyundai Motorsport website and ensures users remain up-to-date with the latest developments, news and YouTube videos from the Hyundai Motorsport team as they embark on a second season in WRC.

Hyundai Launches VR+ Application Ahead of World Rally Championship

Key Functions of i20 WRC application VR+:

  • VR(Cardboard) functionality
  • 360 degrees panoramic view
  • Hyundai Motorsport images
  • 3D games
  • Facebook integration within game

Moreover, the i20 WRC application VR+ supports 5 languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Korean

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WRC is one of the world's toughest motorsport series, and the vehicle has been engineered to overcome the extreme terrains and weather conditions that competitors face.

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