Sonata, a compact, electric, sports car, will race against Mercedes in the upcoming World Motor Sport Council season finale.
The company is building the car in a factory in the UK and has partnered with Audi, with the goal of racing a model by the end of the year.
The new model is the fifth model Sonata has built for Audi and the second Audi model to compete in the series, after the Avant-Garde concept and the Z4 e-tron.
Sonata, founded in 2013, aims to become the next supercar for sports cars.
Its goal is to become a serious challenger to Audi, which is also building its own car for the same season.
Audi has built a range of electric sports cars in the past, including the Z3, but it is the Sonata that will be the first model to race at the world championships.
Sonata’s latest design, a four-door hatchback, is powered by a 1.8-litre turbocharged petrol engine.
The car has an electronically limited top speed of 180km/h (112mph), a top speed that can be increased to 200km/hr (124mph) with the driver wearing a helmet.
The driver can also switch between a six-speed manual gearbox and a six speed automatic.
The Sonata uses the same chassis as the previous Audi model, the A1 e-Tron, which was built in 2008.
Son, founded by Sono and Yoshio Nishimura, has an ambitious vision for the future of the sportscar industry, and the Sonato brand is known for its bold designs and uncompromising spirit.
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