Hyundai has found success with the Veloster racing in the IMSA series, proving that its a capable platform on the street or the track. With the RM20e, Hyundai is laying the groundwork for an electrified future, using the Veloster as a base for an 810 horsepower, mid-engined race car. The latest in Hyundai's Racing Midship line of experimental track cars, the ICE drivetrain is replaced with a mid-mounted electric motor and battery pack driving the rear wheels. With the weight centered in the chassis, handling is improved, and the 708 lb-ft of instant torque rocket the RM20e from zero to 60 in less than three seconds. The RM20e turned nearly 500 laps at the Green Hell of the Nurburg Ring to prove its mettle, and you can watch it in action here.