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DiRT 4 Confirmed Car List

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  • KingOfCoinsKingOfCoins Member Champion
    I doubt it, But it would be really cool if it was the case. 
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  • sqdstrsqdstr Member Race Steward


    I doubt it, But it would be really cool if it was the case. 


    That's what I'm thinking too, but u have to admit, they've been really cautious and silent about that car list
  • KingOfCoinsKingOfCoins Member Champion

    sqdstr said:





    I doubt it, But it would be really cool if it was the case. 




    That's what I'm thinking too, but u have to admit, they've been really cautious and silent about that car list


    Oh I'm really hoping it is. But I'm just trying to be realistic. But it would depend on what stage the opel R5 is in. If it's all done and ready to roll out on the stages this year then it would be possible. But if it's not then it's less likely
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  • Thierry97Thierry97 Member New Car Smell
    edited May 14
    The car may be the skoda fabia r5 or it will certainly be the opel adam r5? 
  • Oscar97Oscar97 Member Wheel Nut
    edited May 14


    Thierry97 said:


    The car may be the skoda fabia r5 or it will certainly be the opel adam r5? 




    It's probably a Corsa instead of an Adam. I think the Fabia is confirmed not to be in the game.
  • Thierry97Thierry97 Member New Car Smell
    It would be nice if they made a DLC or more DLC with cars in all chapters from Colin McRae to today :o
  • breyzippbreyzipp Member New Car Smell
    Would it be possible to add the info about which cars are new to Dirt 4 (compared to Dirt Rally)?  Many cars seem to be carried over (especially the older ones), I wonder which ones are actually new.
  • BadD0gBadD0g Member Race Engineer
    edited May 16




    breyzipp said:




    Would it be possible to add the info about which cars are new to Dirt 4 (compared to Dirt Rally)?  Many cars seem to be carried over (especially the older ones), I wonder which ones are actually new.








    These are the cars that are new to Dirt 4:
    -Peugeot 205 GTI
    -Opel Ascona 400
    -Audi Sport Quattro E2 (modified from Dirt Rally)
    -Mitsubishi Evo VI
    -Ford Fiesta R2
    -Opel Adam R2
    -Subaru WRX STI NR4 (Replaces DR's 2011 STI)
    -All the R5 cars (Replace the 2010's class)
    -Ford Focus RS RX
    -Seat Ibiza RX
    -RX Lites
    -Group B Rallycross
    -All Landrush vehicles
    -Crosskarts
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  • SimVansevenantSimVansevenant Member Co-Driver
    You mean all the R5 cars (Replace the 2010's class)
  • BadD0gBadD0g Member Race Engineer


    You mean all the R5 cars (Replace the 2010's class)
    Whoops, thanks for spotting that. Fixed!
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  • KingOfCoinsKingOfCoins Member Champion
    So it looks like we have the complete list. Not a bad list in my opinion. 
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  • DidzisDidzis Member Race Engineer


    So it looks like we have the complete list. Not a bad list in my opinion. 


    I was hoping there would still be some surprises, but I guess now we'll just have to wait for DLC when/if it arrives 
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  • ScyyScyy Member Co-Driver








    So it looks like we have the complete list. Not a bad list in my opinion. 




    *Warning: I have rally blinkers on, won't play the other modes much*

    If I'm being 100% objective, not bad, I agree, but not great either.

    We've lost the C4 and 4x 2010 cars, replaced with 4x R5 cars, 2x R2 cars, an Opel Ascona, Peugeot 205 GTi and Mitsubishi Evo VI. All solid additions and I'm a bit fan of the R5 and R2 classes representing the modern sport, but there are some very notable absentees.



    Peugeot's R2 car and 206 feature highly and, of course, the notable absence of Toyota and, to a lesser extent, Skoda and Saab jump out a mile.

    I understand licencing is difficult and I'm grateful that the historical highlights have carried over from DR, especially the excellent Group B and '70s' sets (though I personally wish the Stratos was in this group still). I don't envy whoever has to do it. But as a consumer, in my most basic form, I miss a Group A Celica, Fabia R5, Peugeot 206, Saab 96, a 70s or 80s Porsche and a 208 R2 and it grates to see the Celica in other games (such as AC).

    However, I'm a big fan of DLC as a concept and hope the good list can be transformed into a great one with a couple of the above additions in future and don't get me wrong, I'm going to enjoy the heck out of what is there!



    I'm in the same boat with dlc and I really hope cm doesn't listen to others that whine about it and just decide not to even try for more cars.

    Rational people understand that licensing costs money along with all the work that goes into making the assets and making the cars sound and look great.
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  • AzoresstAzoresst Member Petrol Head
    edited May 19
    Well, IMO I think the list is pretty good for a start. Obviously I would like CM to add more cars and locations through DLC, hopefully they will, but even If they don't~, I think there's a good variety of cars to have fun. :wink:
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  • carpacarpa Member Pit Crew








    So it looks like we have the complete list. Not a bad list in my opinion. 




    *Warning: I have rally blinkers on, won't play the other modes much*

    If I'm being 100% objective, not bad, I agree, but not great either.

    We've lost the C4 and 4x 2010 cars, replaced with 4x R5 cars, 2x R2 cars, an Opel Ascona, Peugeot 205 GTi and Mitsubishi Evo VI. All solid additions and I'm a bit fan of the R5 and R2 classes representing the modern sport, but there are some very notable absentees.



    Peugeot's R2 car and 206 feature highly and, of course, the notable absence of Toyota and, to a lesser extent, Skoda and Saab jump out a mile.

    I understand licencing is difficult and I'm grateful that the historical highlights have carried over from DR, especially the excellent Group B and '70s' sets (though I personally wish the Stratos was in this group still). I don't envy whoever has to do it. But as a consumer, in my most basic form, I miss a Group A Celica, Fabia R5, Peugeot 206, Saab 96, a 70s or 80s Porsche and a 208 R2 and it grates to see the Celica in other games (such as AC).

    However, I'm a big fan of DLC as a concept and hope the good list can be transformed into a great one with a couple of the above additions in future and don't get me wrong, I'm going to enjoy the heck out of what is there!


    Couldn't agree more. The car list is good but I hope it gets espanded, even though I have a feeling DLCs would be more oriented to modern rally cars rather than new manufacturers (Toyota ahem ahem)
  • Alf72Alf72 Member Pit Crew








    So it looks like we have the complete list. Not a bad list in my opinion. 




    *Warning: I have rally blinkers on, won't play the other modes much*

    If I'm being 100% objective, not bad, I agree, but not great either.

    We've lost the C4 and 4x 2010 cars, replaced with 4x R5 cars, 2x R2 cars, an Opel Ascona, Peugeot 205 GTi and Mitsubishi Evo VI. All solid additions and I'm a bit fan of the R5 and R2 classes representing the modern sport, but there are some very notable absentees.



    Peugeot's R2 car and 206 feature highly and, of course, the notable absence of Toyota and, to a lesser extent, Skoda and Saab jump out a mile.

    I understand licencing is difficult and I'm grateful that the historical highlights have carried over from DR, especially the excellent Group B and '70s' sets (though I personally wish the Stratos was in this group still). I don't envy whoever has to do it. But as a consumer, in my most basic form, I miss a Group A Celica, Fabia R5, Peugeot 206, Saab 96, a 70s or 80s Porsche and a 208 R2 and it grates to see the Celica in other games (such as AC).

    However, I'm a big fan of DLC as a concept and hope the good list can be transformed into a great one with a couple of the above additions in future and don't get me wrong, I'm going to enjoy the heck out of what is there!


    Agree. It's a good car list but not a great one. DiRT 4 has everything to be a very successful game, probably even more than DiRT Rally, and hopefully that will help Codies go for some cars and locations dlcs, down the line.

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  • adrodukeadroduke Member New Car Smell
    edited May 20












    So it looks like we have the complete list. Not a bad list in my opinion. 





    *Warning: I have rally blinkers on, won't play the other modes much*

    If I'm being 100% objective, not bad, I agree, but not great either.

    We've lost the C4 and 4x 2010 cars, replaced with 4x R5 cars, 2x R2 cars, an Opel Ascona, Peugeot 205 GTi and Mitsubishi Evo VI. All solid additions and I'm a bit fan of the R5 and R2 classes representing the modern sport, but there are some very notable absentees.




    Peugeot's R2 car and 206 feature highly and, of course, the notable absence of Toyota and, to a lesser extent, Skoda and Saab jump out a mile.

    I understand licencing is difficult and I'm grateful that the historical highlights have carried over from DR, especially the excellent Group B and '70s' sets (though I personally wish the Stratos was in this group still). I don't envy whoever has to do it. But as a consumer, in my most basic form, I miss a Group A Celica, Fabia R5, Peugeot 206, Saab 96, a 70s or 80s Porsche and a 208 R2 and it grates to see the Celica in other games (such as AC).

    However, I'm a big fan of DLC as a concept and hope the good list can be transformed into a great one with a couple of the above additions in future and don't get me wrong, I'm going to enjoy the heck out of what is there!




    Yeah i also agree, it's a good list but, would really like the Peugeot 206 to be included, it has been in many games before, plus the kit cars lineup is lacking, where is the renault megane or  astra? Hopefully CM does DLC in the near future.
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