With barely enough power to spin its tires, the Accent isn't difficult to launch. Engine is loud and weak as you would expect in a $10,000 car. Shifter is vague.
ABS should never be optional. This stopping distance is frightening even in a controlled environment with an experienced driver. In the real world, this is a crash.
Skid pad: Steering feel is minimal and chassis only wants to understeer, which is probably good. Lots of body roll. Slalom: Although it's soft and sloppy, it's tuned to be remarkably stable. Smart, given its lack of stability control.