WRC Generations Cars: All Rally1, Rally2, Legendary Cars, & more

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WRC Generations

There's a new name, but WRC Generations is brilliant and has a lot of cars to choose from. The annual World Rally Championship game is out now!

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There's a lot more than Rally1 cars available in Generations, though. Kylotonn has now revealed the full WRC Generations car list.

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WRC Generations Cars

There are three manufacturers in the 2022 World Rally Championship season. These are Toyota, Ford and Hyundai. These are the first Rally1 cars and are hybrid vehicles, after previously having normally-aspirated engines.

POWERING FORWARD: The new Rally1 Cars are beasts on all surfaces
POWERING FORWARD: The new Rally1 Cars are beasts on all surfaces

Rally cars are based on regular road cars but are souped up in every regard for optimum performance. Ford entered four of its Ford Puma Rally1 cars including one for Sebastian Loeb, the most successful driver in WRC history.

Hyundai also entered four cars, all being their i20 N Rally1 brand. Their most high-profile drivers are 2019 champion Ott Tanak and veteran Dani Sordo.

Lastly, there's Toyota, which has five GR Yaris Rally1 cars in each event. These include a seat for eight-time and defending world champion Sebastian Ogier as well as the eventual champion Kalle Rovanperä.

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Full driver entry list

Toyota GR Yaris Rally1 - TOYOTA GAZOO Racing WRT

  • Sébastien Ogier / Benjamin Veillas
  • Elfyn Evans / Scott Martin
  • Kalle Rovanperä / Jonne Halttunen
  • Takamoto Katsuta / Aaron Johnston
  • Esapekka Lappi / Janne Ferm

Hyundai i20 N Rally1 - Hyundai Shell Mobis WRT

  • Ott Tänak / Martin Järveoja
  • Thierry Neuville / Martijn Wydaeghe
  • Oliver Solberg / Elliott Edmondson
  • Dani Sordo / Cándido Carrera

Ford Puma Rally1 - M-Sport Ford WRT

  • Craig Breen / Paul Nagle
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  • Sébastien Loeb / Isabelle Galmiche
  • Adrien Fourmaux / Alexandre Coria

Ford Puma Rally1 - Privateers (unable to score points)

  • Lorenzo Bertelli / Simone Scattolin
  • Gus Greensmith / Jonas Andersson
  • Pierre-Louis Loubet / Vincent Landais
  • Jourdan Serderidis / Frederic Miclotte
  • Jari Huttunen / Mikko Lukka

Rally2 Cars

Rally2 is the second tier of WRC competition and has similar cars as the top tier. There are more to choose from though, as in addition to the three manufacturers mentioned before are joined by VW, Citroen and Skoda.

WRC Generations Cars

Volkswagen have the Polo GTI R5, Citroen, the C3 Rally2 and Skoda, the Fabia Rally2 evo. Just for reference, the Rally2 cars don't have hybrid engines.

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Skoda Fabia Rally2

Toksport WRT

  • Andreas Mikkelsen / Torstein Eriksen
  • Marco Bulacia / Marcelo Der Ohannesian
  • Chris Ingram / Craig Drew
  • Emil Lindholm / Reeta Hämäläinen
  • Johannes Keferböck / Ilka Minor
  • Freddy Loix / Pieter Tsjoen
  • Bruno Bulacia / Marc Marti
  • Benito Guerrra / Daniel Cué
  • LOTOS Rally Team - Kajetan Kajetanowicz / Maciej Szczepaniak
  • Armin Kremer / Timo Gottschalk

Citroën C3 Rally2

Saintéloc Junior Team

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  • Éric Camilli / Thibault de la Haye
  • Sean Johnston / Alex Kihurani
  • PH Sport - Yohan Rossel / Valentin Sarreaud
  • DG Competition - Stéphane Lefevbre / Andy Malfoy

Hyundai i20 N Rally2

Hyundai Motorsport N

  • Teemu Suninen/ Mikko Markkula
  • Fau Zaldivar / Carlos Del Barrio
  • Paddon Rallysport - Hayden Paddon / John Kennard
  • Grégoire Munster / Louis Louka
  • Joshua McErlean / James Fulton

Ford Fiesta Rally2

M-Sport WRT

  • Jari Huttunen / Mikko Lukka
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  • Mattias Adielsson / David Arhusiander
  • Yacco ACCR Team - Erik Cais / Petr Těšínský

Volkswagen Polo Rally2

ALM Motorsport - Georg Linnamäe / James Morgan

  • Ole Christian Veiby / Stig Rune Skjærmoen
  • Egon Kaur / Silver Simm
  • Rakan Al-Rashed / Hugo Magalhaes
  • Eerik Pietarinen / Antti Linnaketo

Junior WRC3

There is only one type of car that is available in the Junior World Rally Championship. Also known as Rally3, this series is made up of drivers piloting Ford Fiesta Rally3 cars.

Ford Fiesta Rally3

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  • Jon Armstrong / Brian Hoy
  • Lauri Joona / Mikael Korhonen
  • McRae Kimathi / Mwangi Kioni
  • Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy - William Creighton / Liam Regan
  • Sami Pajari / Enni Mälkönen
  • Starter Energy Racing - Robert Virves / Aleks Lesk

Legendary Cars

Nacon has confirmed that there will be 37 legendary cars from launch day. However, some are only available as pre-order bonuses or exclusive to the Deluxe Edition.

  • 1972 - Lancia Fulvia HF
  • 1973 - Alpine A110 Jean-Luc Thérier / Christian Delferier
  • 1974 - Lancia Stratos - Sandro Munari / Mario Mannucci
  • 1979 - Ford Escort MkII 1800 - Björn Waldegård / Hans Thorszelius
  • 1980 - Fiat 131 Abarth - Walter Röhrl / Christian Geistdörfer
  • 1981 - Audi quattro - Michèle Mouton / Fabrizia Pons
  • 1983 - Lancia 037 - Walter Röhrl / Christian Geistdörfer
  • 1984 - Audi quattro A2 - Stig Blomqvist / Björn Cederberg
  • 1985 - Peugeot 205 T16 - Ari Vatanen / Terry Harryman
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  • 1986 - Peugeot 205 T16 Evo 2 - Juha Kankkunen / Juha Piironen
  • 1987 - Lancia Delta HF 4WD - Juha Kankkunen / Juha Piironen
  • 1988 - Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evoluzione -
  • 1992 - Toyota Celica Tubo 4WD - Carlos Sainz / Luís Moya
  • 1993 - Toyota Celica Tubo 4WD - Juha Kankkunen / Juha Piironen
  • 1994 - Toyota Celica Turbo 4WD - Didier Auriol / Bernard Occelli
  • 1997 - Subaru Impreza WRC - Colin McRae / Nicky Grist
  • 1998 - Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V - Tommi Mäkinen / Risto Mannisenmäki
  • 1999 - Toyota Corolla - Carlos Sainz / Luis Moya
  • 2000 - Subaru Impreza S5 WRC '99 - Richard Burns / Robert Reid
  • *2002 - Peugeot 206 WRC - Marcus Grönholm / Timo Rautiainen
  • 2002 - Citroën Xsara WRC - Sébastien Loeb / Daniel Elena
  • 2004 - Citroën Xsara WRC - Carlos Sainz / Marc Marti
  • 2007 - Ford Focus - Marcus Grönholm / Timo Rautiainen
  • *2010 - Citroën C4 WRC - Sébastien Loeb / Daniel Elena
  • 2011 - Citroën DS3 WRC - 2011 Petter Solberg / Chris Patterson
  • 2016 - Volkswagen Polo WRC - Sébastien Ogier / Julien Ingrassia
  • 2016 - Volkswagen Polo WRC - Jari-Matti Latvala / Miikka Anttila
  • 2017 - Ford Fiesta WRC - Sébastien Ogier / Julien Ingrassia
  • 2021 - Toyota Yaris WRC - Sébastien Ogier / Julien Ingrassia

*Available as a separate DLC

Bonus

  • *2015 - Porsche 911 GT3 RS RGT (997) - Tour de Corse - Romain Dumas / Gilles de Turckheim
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  • *2015 - Porsche 911 GT3 RS RGT (997) – Germany - Romain Dumas / Gilles de Turckheim
  • 2017 - Porsche 911 GT3 RS RGT (997) - Romain Dumas / Gilles de Turckheim
  • 2018 - Citröen C3 WRC Pirelli - Andreas Mikkelsen / Anders Jaeger
  • 2018 - Citröen C3 WRC - 2018 Sébastien Loeb / Daniel Elena
  • 2019 - Ford Fiesta Rally3 - FIA Rally Star
  • 2019 - Citröen C3 WRC - 2019 Sébastien Ogier / Julien Ingrassia
  • 2021 - Best WRC 10 Livery: Volkswagen Polo Gti Rally2 - Franjo Pavlovic / Christopher Sennikov

*Available as a separate DLC

Gameplay videos

If you want to see some of the WRC Generations cars in action, Nacon has released two official gameplay videos showcasing Rally Japan and Rally Sweden.

Starring in the official gameplay videos are WRC drivers Oliver Solberg and Takamoto Katsuta, who put the new Rally1 hybrid cars through their paces at Rally Sweden and Rally Japan.

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Release date

WRC Generations was released on 3 November for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC on 3 November. Pre-ordering the Deluxe Edition gives two days early access on 1 November.

A release date for the Nintendo Switch version has been confirmed as 19th December.