Ahead of last weekend's historic 1-2-3 finish at the Acropolis Rally Greece,

Hyundai was already considering its options for 2023,

as deputy team director Julien Monsett confirmed to Autosport.

Thierry Neuville and Tunak both have full-season cars

from the South Korean manufacturer this year,

and Oliver Solberg and Danny Sordo each have an i20 N entry.

The 2019 world champion experienced disappointment once again,

after Hyundai Motorsport president Sean Kim instructed his drivers

to stay in positions to protect their podium lockout in Greece.

Tonc moved to second place behind Neuville, giving Hyundai

its best chance to catch Toyota's Kale Rovanpera in the drivers' title.