KT Racing has revealed the full car list for the soon-to-be released WRC 10 game, including the current WRC roster, classic rally cars, and bonus cars.

The full roster of cars in WRC 10 has now been announced. The list is long, and includes not only the current WRC roster, but also an expanded classic rally car category to help celebrate WRC's 50th anniversary.

Hyundai, Ford and Toyota fill out the roster spots for the top level of car, filling out the 7 spots of WRC class. In the WRC2 and WRC3 classes, the fields include cars from Volkswagen, Citroën, Ford, Škoda and Hyundai. The Junior WRC class is filled with eight Ford Fiesta cars.

In the Legends category, there are a number of new cars and liveries joining this year's edition of the game. Notable among them are a Subaru Impreza WRC and a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V from 1997 and 1998, respectively. Plus Michèle Mouton's Audi Quattro, which is sure to be a handful.

KT Racing has also added bonus content, including the Toyota GR Yaris Rally Concept and a Porsche 911 GT3 RS R-GT.

And finally, the developer have teased future content updates post-release, adding "we will have two major free updates coming to the game (similar to what we did for WRC 9's launch) both of those updates will include additional rally cars on top of new stages, historical events, improvements to existing modes and more! " to the notes on Steam.

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WRC
  • Hyundai i20 WRC 2021 (Hyundai Shell Mobis WRT) x4
  • Ford Fiesta WRC (M-Sport Ford WRT) x3
  • Toyota Yaris WRC (Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT) x4
  • Hyundai i20 WRC (Hyundai 2C Competition)
  • Ford Fiesta WRC (Fnckmatie)
  • Hyundai i20 WRC 2021 (Hyundai Motorsport N)
  • Hyundai i20 WRC (Paddon Rallysport)
WRC2 / WRC3
  • Volkswagen Polo GTI Rally2 (ALM Motorsport)
  • Volkswagen Polo GTI Rally2 (Moviesport)
  • Citroën C3 Rally2 (Tagai Racing Technology Team)
  • Ford Fiesta Rally2 (M-Sport Ford WRT)
  • Škoda Fabia Rally2 (Toksport WRT)
  • Citroën C3 Rally2 (Sports & You)
  • Citroën C3 Rally2 (Nicolas Ciamin)
  • Citroën C3 Rally2 (Yohan Rossel)
  • Citroën C3 Rally2 (Saintéloc)
  • Citroën C3 Rally2 (Yohan Rossel)
  • Hyundai i20 Rally2 (Hyundai Motorsport N)
  • Ford FIesta Rally2 (Tom Williams)
  • Ford FIesta Rally2 (Tom Kristensson)
  • Škoda Fabia Rally2 (Fabrizio Zaldivar)
  • Škoda Fabia Rally2 (Eerik Pietarinen)
  • Škoda Fabia Rally2 (Emil Lindholm)
  • Škoda Fabia Rally2 (Mattias Ekström)
  • Škoda Fabia Rally2 (Chris Ingram)
  • Škoda Fabia Rally2 (LOTOS Rally Team)
  • Volkswagen Polo GTI Rally2 (Johan Kristoffersson)
  • Volkswagen Polo GTI Rally2 (Rakan AL-Rashed)
  • Volkswagen Polo GTI Rally2 (Kaur Motorsport)
Junior WRC
  • Ford Fiesta Rally4 (Jon Armstrong)
  • Ford Fiesta Rally4 (Raul Badiu)
  • Ford Fiesta Rally4 (Team Flying Finn)
  • Ford Fiesta Rally4 (Autosport Team Estonia)
  • Ford Fiesta Rally4 (Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy)
  • Ford Fiesta Rally4 (Styllex Motorsport)
  • Ford Fiesta Rally4 (Porvoon Autopalvelu)
  • Ford Fiesta Rally4 (LMT Autosporta Akademija)
Legends
  • Livery Update: Alpine A110 Berlinette - 1973 (Team Alpine)
  • New Livery: Lancia Stratos 1974 (Sandro Munari)
  • New Car: Audi Quattro A1 1981 (Michèle Mouton)
  • Audi Quattro Sport - 1984 (Stig Blomqvist)
  • Livery Update: Lancia 037 - 1983 (Walter Röhrl)
  • New Car: Peugot 205 T16 Evo 1 – 1985 (Ari Vatanen)
  • New Car: Peugot 205 T16 Evo 2 – 1986 (Timo Salonen)
  • New Car: Lancia Delta HF 4WD – 1987 (Juha Kankkunen)
  • Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione - 1992
  • New Livery: Toyota Celica GT4 - 1992 (Carlos Sainz)
  • New Livery: Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD Safari Pack - 1993 (Juha Kankkunen)
  • New Car: Subaru Impreza WRC – 1997 (Colin McRae)
  • New Car: Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V – 1998 (Tommi Mäkinen)
  • Citroën Xsara WRC 2004 (Sébastien Loeb)
  • Citroën Xsara WRC 2005 (Sébastien Loeb)
  • Ford Focus RS 2007 (Team Ford Focus RS)
  • New Car: Citroën DS3 WRC – 2011 (Petter Solberg)
  • Volkswagen Polo R WRC - 2016 (Sébastien Ogier)
  • Toyota Yaris WRC - 2019 (Ott Tanak)
  • Lancia Fulvia HF - 1972 (Team Fulvia)
  • Toyota Corolla - 1999 (Hideyoshi Kenzou)
Bonus
  • GR Yaris Rally Concept (Team GR Yaris Rally Concept)
  • New Livery: Citroën C3 WRC 2018 (Sébastien Loeb)
  • New Livery: Citroën C3 WRC 2019 (Sébastien Ogier)
  • Porsche 911 GT3 RS R-GT (Team Porsche)
  • Citroën C3 WRC (Pirelly Tyre Team)
  • Proton Iriz Rally2 (Team Proton)
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Wait, wasn't the A1 quattro first entered in 1983? So if it is 1981 it is the Group 4, original quattro
 
this is going to irk them no end:
  • Ford Fiesta Rally4 (Jon Armstrong)
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Some pics of it surfaced some weeks ago. The car didn't had any Codemasters' or DR related sponsorship. If I found the pics I'll post them

(Edit) Ah, there it is. It was back in June, so maybe something changed
 

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Wait, wasn't the A1 quattro first entered in 1983? So if it is 1981 it is the Group 4, original quattro
the Audi 80 is FWD, for comparison. The timing on the Quattro was faulty btw, it was way faster
 
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I'm glad we have pictures of the same car, in real life and in the game, in the same thread. Now we can finally use our brains (maybe?) to see the FAKE wheels. Pretty lame for an "official" WRC title....and it has been like that ever since WRC 8.
 
That's quite a lot of cars. Though, as a simmer that makes me wonder: how unique and precise are they modelled?
In a previous version I was not that impressed, the cars felt more or less the same.
If that part is OK, I'll lower my shoulders again, looking forward to the tracks list.
A competitive rally sim stimulating me in a classic combo of an Alpine A110 @ Peyregrosse-Mandagout, just as I've enjoyed in rF1 and AC, then I'm definitely in.
 
That's quite a lot of cars. Though, as a simmer that makes me wonder: how unique and precise are they modelled?
In a previous version I was not that impressed, the cars felt more or less the same.
If that part is OK, I'll lower my shoulders again, looking forward to the tracks list.
A competitive rally sim stimulating me in a classic combo of an Alpine A110 @ Peyregrosse-Mandagout, just as I've enjoyed in rF1 and AC, then I'm definitely in.
Unlikely there will be Peyregrosse - Mandagout since the event that has that stage is a French National Rally Championship event, not part of the WRC. It is true tho, that in the last years the WRC games have had some very long and well modelled stages, even longer than 20 kilometres.
 

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