Hyundai is proud to be official vehicle supplier to Bradley Wiggins’ elite cycling team during 2016. We have provided two i40 Tourers, two modified Santa Fe SUVs and an iLoad van – all perfectly suited to the long and demanding days of endurance racing.

Find our more about the races, Hyundai’s involvement and also discover the stunning new Santa Fe Team Wiggins Edition.

Hyundai will be providing Team Wiggins with vehicles throughout the 2016 race calendar. Two i40s will play the crucial role of support cars behind the peloton on race days, carrying spare bikes, food and other vital supplies.

Other support staff, including technicians and team members, will have use of two modified Santa Fe SUVs and a Hyundai iLoad van, will be used to transport larger equipment and team luggage between the various stages.


To celebrate our partnership with Team Wiggins we’re delighted to announce a special edition Santa Fe – based on the Premium SE model.

Packed full of features including panoramic sunroof, Rear View Parking Camera with Parking Guidance System and Touchscreen Navigation System, the Team Wiggins Edition also features new detailing, 19-inch alloy wheels and badging. Only 500 will be built.

Team Wiggins edition 2.2. CRDi 4WD 7 Seat

from £35,995 Manual

from £38,295 Automatic

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27th  - 31st July 2016

The Tour Alsace is a six-day race held annually in Alsace, France since 2004. From its prologue in the city of Sausheim to the big mountain stage at Ribeauvillé to the finish line close to the German border at Selestat, the tour provides a rich mix of stages.


11th - 14th August 2016

Running through the stunning landscapes of Northern Norway, the Arctic Race of Norway is made up of four stages and covers a total of 727.5 kilometres. 22 teams will be present for the start in Fauske on a journey that finishes in Bodø 4 days later.


4th - 11th September 2016

The Tour of Britain is British Cycling’s premier road cycling event – and the UK’s largest free-to-watch live annual sporting event. Featuring eight stages, this year’s route starts in Glasgow and finishes in the centre of London visiting Cumbria, Cheshire, Wales and the South East along the way.