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Mine would be any wet surface, they look awesome.

Also, dirt on a car with a black livery :) 

As for sound, Audi Quattro is an instant eargasm. 

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Graphic: Completely beaten up surface on New Zealand or Australia stage, especially the ones on Ocean Beach change into really big holes at some places.

Sound: Audi Sport quattro sound always get me excited. Lancia Delta S4, Delta Integrale, Ford Escort RS Cosworth are quite close now, too.
And for some reason the Kadett C GT/E... 😄 

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Did you know that if you lose your car’s bonnet the engine will sound different?

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1 hour ago, PJTierney said:

Did you know that if you lose your car’s bonnet the engine will sound different?

No. I have never crashed and lost a bonnet, so I couldn't possibly have found that out for myself... :classic_wink:

...the E2 quattro sounds incredible, no matter how many times I go back to it, it never ceases to please me. The Group A Subarus both sound superb as well, absolutely nailed the flat four growl. 

The graphical effect that probably catches my eye the most is the dust: I frequently use the rear view in rallycross and am frequently impressed by the swirling dust clouds.

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1 hour ago, PJTierney said:

Did you know that if you lose your car’s bonnet the engine will sound different?

Welp, I just learned that one in the current Monthly, when I threw my 206 into a hay bale in Poland. Hearing the blowoff valve so much sharper, so much more clearly, sent shivers down my spine!

Then I got distracted by it and binned the car into a fence...

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The car's backfire in the wet gravel of Poland, at night.

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When hitting a puddle and nothing happens...

Wet surface when its not raining does look very good though.

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