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DiRT Rally 2.0 Confirmed Car List

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  • carpacarpa Member Race Engineer
    In this picture from launch event there is class type H2 (FWD) if I read that correctly. Nothing else I could spot though

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  • warpengagewarpengage Member Team Principal
    With the focus on R5, will we finally get the all dominant Skoda Fabia? Would be cool if all the ones from DiRT 4 came back. Also, hope for the Peugeot 208 R2, which didn't make it to D4.
  • DidzisDidzis Member Team Principal
    With the Audi S1 in WRX Supercars, there could also be an Audi in S1600
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  • tbtstttbtstt Member Champion
    Didzis said:
    With the Audi S1 in WRX Supercars, there could also be an Audi in S1600
    Fingers crossed! I saw the A1 of Rokas Baciuska in Loheac and I thought it looked fantastic on track.

    Incidental detail but, having looked at the still images again last night, I noticed that the EKS S1 is modelled on the 2018 specification car, like the PSRXVW Polo. 

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  • F2CMaDMaXXF2CMaDMaXX Member Champion
    No, the Camaro is literally purchasable in RGT.4 spec, it makes sense it's in the same class as the Porsche. 
  • RodgerDaviesRodgerDavies Member Champion
    H2 FWD was the Peugeot 205 class from D4, right?

    So, over 50 cars = 51

    So if we take D4, there were 52 Rally and RX cars. I'd expect RX numbers to be similar, probably will lose a couple (Mini, Focus) and gain a couple (A1, Mégane, i20); let's say a net gain of 1 or 2 maybe.

    Other new cars to the series we already know:
    - Citroen C3 R5
    - VW Polo R5
    - VW Golf
    - Porsche 911 RGT
    - Chevrolet Camaro GT4R


    We'll probably lose a couple of the R5s to make way for the newer ones (hopefully we keep the Fiesta and i20), but it wouldn't surprise me if that was pretty much the car list. Even a net gain of 3 rally cars would push us into "over 50" territory and some will need saving for DLC (come on Fabia R5).

    With those numbers, I'm just hoping we keep most of the roster from D4. Don't get me wrong, if they want to hold a class back to refine them for a post-launch release, I'm happy with that.


    Oh, one minor request: please, for the love of gods, put the Stratos back with the Escort and 131 where it belongs.
    Put the Stratos back in H2 please!!!
  • warpengagewarpengage Member Team Principal
    H2 FWD was the Peugeot 205 class from D4, right?

    So, over 50 cars = 51

    So if we take D4, there were 52 Rally and RX cars. I'd expect RX numbers to be similar, probably will lose a couple (Mini, Focus) and gain a couple (A1, Mégane, i20); let's say a net gain of 1 or 2 maybe.

    Other new cars to the series we already know:
    - Citroen C3 R5
    - VW Polo R5
    - VW Golf
    - Porsche 911 RGT
    - Chevrolet Camaro GT4R


    We'll probably lose a couple of the R5s to make way for the newer ones (hopefully we keep the Fiesta and i20), but it wouldn't surprise me if that was pretty much the car list. Even a net gain of 3 rally cars would push us into "over 50" territory and some will need saving for DLC (come on Fabia R5).

    With those numbers, I'm just hoping we keep most of the roster from D4. Don't get me wrong, if they want to hold a class back to refine them for a post-launch release, I'm happy with that.


    Oh, one minor request: please, for the love of gods, put the Stratos back with the Escort and 131 where it belongs.
    I would hope the Fabia R5 makes it in the base game. It's pretty much the most popular R5 car ever. I would also hope they keep the Peugeot 208.
  • warpengagewarpengage Member Team Principal
    You and me both, but recent history isn't very favourable for Codemasters' ability to acquire Skodas, so I won't hold my breath. That said, good work getting Citroen back onboard, we know that was difficult in D4.
    Yes, I liked the fact that the Citroen name appeared again. I'm just disappointed by the fact that even older gen (not 2017) WRC cars won't be there. I can only hope.
  • Oscar97Oscar97 Member Pit Crew
    The Mégane and i20 supercars are very unlikely.
  • AreyoubenAreyouben Member Race Engineer
    edited September 2018
    I would rather have 2 or 3 extra early era WRC cars over more R5's as that's my absolute favorite era. We only have a 2001 Focus WRC and a 2001 Impreza WRC in DR & D4, but for the R5 class we have the Polo and C3 confirmed and they'll probably add the Fiesta, I20 and 208 again (if licensing allows).

    If they can add the Peugeot 206, SEAT Córdoba and Citroën Xsara (or any of the others) we'll have 5 R5's and 5 early WRC's. :smiley:

  • warpengagewarpengage Member Team Principal
    Areyouben said:
    I would rather have 2 or 3 extra early era WRC cars over more R5's as that's my absolute favorite era. We only have a Focus and an Impreza in DR & D4, we already have the Polo and C3 confirmed, they will probably keep the Fiesta, I20 and 208. So if they can add the Peugeot 206, SEAT Córdoba, Citroën Xsara we'll have 5 R5's and 5 early WRC's. :smiley:

    I wouldn't mind the early 1.6 liters too, before they became "boosted".
  • AreyoubenAreyouben Member Race Engineer
    edited September 2018
    I would rather have a full 2.0 early WRC era class with five cars than just two 2.0 early WRC era cars and two 1.6 WRC cars. If they can get all the 1.6 liter WRC cars and then 4 or 5 2.0 WRC's that would be perfect, but not very plausible I think.
  • tbtstttbtstt Member Champion
    Oscar97 said:
    The Mégane and i20 supercars are very unlikely.
    Why do you say that? 

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  • RallyDrivenRallyDriven Member Champion
    tbtstt said:
    Oscar97 said:
    The Mégane and i20 supercars are very unlikely.
    Why do you say that? 
    I’m sure I read somewhere that there was a ‘full 2018 wrx lineup’? In which case they should be there
  • boganibogani Member Champion
    I really really hope the Lancer Evo is not cut. I don't think it was used much in D4 but that was due to it was and understeering mess. I want to use it in a game that do it justice! 
  • JorritVDJorritVD Member Co-Driver
    tbtstt said:
    Oscar97 said:
    The Mégane and i20 supercars are very unlikely.
    Why do you say that? 
    I’m sure I read somewhere that there was a ‘full 2018 wrx lineup’? In which case they should be there
    Well, I could understand why @Oscar97, say it. Because the Audi not was in DR and D4. On the other side we saw a Renault Super 1600, JRM MINI Countryman, Munnich SEAT Ibiza, and the Solberg DS3, all cars which not had factory support. 

    My expected Supercars cars list down below here. Though it likely that some cars are part of DLC. 

    Confirmed (3x)
    Audi Sport S1 EKS
    Volkswagen Polo R (Solberg)
    Ford Fiesta Rallycross (OMSE MK7 facelift)

    Not confirmed but expected (8x)
    Peugeot 208 WRX - only factory team not has been seen yet in DR2.0
    Citroën DS3 - Car model already exists and has been entered in WRX, ERX and ARX
    Volkswagen Polo Rallycross (Marklund) - Car model already exists and has been entered in WRX and ERX
    Seat Ibiza RX - Car model already exists and has been entered in WRX, ERX and ARX
    Ford Fiesta ST RX (OMSE MK8) - The OMSE build MK7 and RX2 are already in the game
    Mini Cooper - Bennett has entered his car in both WRX and ARX and the Countryman had been in DR and D4. 
    Hyundai i20 - GRX/Set team has some support from Hyundai, and i20 R5 is in D4
    GCK Megane RS - Maybe the biggest question mark of the new cars, but Prodrive and Renault cars have been feutured before in the DiRT series. 

    Possible (3x)
    Ford Focus RS RX - ARX car, part of support series / dlc, car model exists.
    VW Beetle - There is the ARX factory car and ERX Eklund version. So possible part of support series / dlc.
    Subaru Impreza WRX STI (2018) - Factory car. A lot of Impreza versions have been feutured in DiRT. 
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  • adsadsadsadsadsads Member Unleaded
    bogani said:
    I really really hope the Lancer Evo is not cut. I don't think it was used much in D4 but that was due to it was and understeering mess. I want to use it in a game that do it justice! 
    I don't think D4 usage is a useful measure of car popularity at all given how many either didn't agree with the new physics or had screwy difficulty.
  • tbtstttbtstt Member Champion
    JorritVD said:

    Citroën DS3 - Car model already exists and has been entered in WRX, ERX and ARX
    I was wondering about the DS3, as it hasn't been seen much in the WRX and ERX this year. Oliver Solberg is supposed to be driving in a World round this year (I suspect South Africa), so I wonder if "his" DS3 will be in the game. 

    I would think the Marklund Polo and Seat Ibiza will be back as both have been 2018 WRX & ERX season regulars. 

    The Countryman hasn't been seen all year. JRM sold the whole programme on but, thus far, those cars haven't returned to the track yet, I don't expect to see them in the game. 

    The Bennett Mini would be a nice addition, but I am more excited by the GRX i20 and GCK Megane (especially the Megane, I really hope that makes it into the game).

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  • Oscar97Oscar97 Member Pit Crew
    edited September 2018
    tbtstt said:
    Oscar97 said:
    The Mégane and i20 supercars are very unlikely.
    Why do you say that? 
    They aren't factory teams. That may not be a problem for the i20, but the Méganes didn't even have Renault badges prior to the Latvian round, which means Renault probably doesn't want to acknowledge them. Or at least didn't want to.
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