World Rally Championship cars will also have new bodywork under the latest regulations.
Metro 6R4 chassis #189 is said to have a scarcely believable 7 (!) miles on the clock.
This wild Subaru racer is powered by a naturally aspirated boxer engine with 300 hp.
Peugeot Sport has begun dynamic testing of the new 208 R2 which should be ready for the 2020 season.
Abarth clocked more than 5,000 kilometers of additional testing to improve the 124 Rally for the 2019 season.
One of two RS200s in original black paint, this pristine example sold for $280,000.
Block had parts of the destroyed car’s turbocharger, wheels and fender ground to flakes and added to the paint.
Not a single part could be salvaged from the previous Escort Cosworth, so this one is a new car.
WRC drivers are as good, if not better, than their F1 counterparts – and if in doubt, take a look at this.
The new 718 Cayman GT4 Rallye is being designed to meet FIA R-GT regulations.
Subaru will also combine all of its U.S. racing activities under the banner of Subaru Motorsports.
The next Evo will be an electrified SUV, but Dytko Sport imagined how a brand new Evo sedan could look.