EA Sports WRC Full Car List: All Vehicles From WRC To Builder Cars

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Launching 3 November, the officially-licenced EA Sports WRC game will feature 78 cars across 18 classes. Here are all the cars that will be in the new rally title by team behind the DIRT Rally games.

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After a long wait, fans of WRC and rally sim racers can finally prepare for EA Sports WRC‘s launch on 3 November. Following on from seven instalments between 2015 and 2022 by Kylotonn, the WRC licence is now under the control of the DIRT Rally development team at Codemasters.

The game can be pre-ordered now, with it costing £44.99/€49.99/$49.99. Pre-ordering it can grant three days early access starting 31 October. Now, it has officially been announced which cars will be in EA Sports WRC, and the list looks to be every rallying fan’s dream!

Here is the full car list for EA Sports WRC.


WRC Car List​

  • Ford Puma Rally1 HYBRID
  • Hyundai i20 N Rally1 HYBRID
  • Toyota GR Yaris Rally1 HYBRID

WRC2 Cars​

  • Citroën C3 Rally2
  • Ford Fiesta Rally2
  • Hyundai i20 N Rally2
  • ŠKODA Fabia Rally2 Evo
  • ŠKODA Fabia RS Rally2
  • Volkswagen Polo GTI R5

Junior WRC​

  • Ford Fiesta Rally3

World Rally Cars 2017-2021

  • Ford Fiesta WRC
  • Volkswagen Polo 2017

World Rally Cars 1997-2011

  • Citroën C4 WRC
  • Citroën Xsara WRC
  • Ford Focus RS Rally 2001
  • Ford Focus RS Rally 2008
  • MINI Countryman Rally Edition
  • Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI
  • Peugeot 206 Rally
  • Seat Córdoba WRC
  • ŠKODA Fabia WRC
  • SUBARU Impreza 1998
  • SUBARU Impreza 2001
  • SUBARU Impreza 2008

Rally2​

  • Ford Fiesta R5 MK7 Evo 2
  • Peugeot 208 T16 R5
NOTE: All WRC2 cars can compete in Rally2 car class events.

Rally4 Cars​

  • Ford Fiesta MK8 Rally4
  • Opel Adam R2
  • Peugeot 208 Rally4
  • Renault Twingo II

NR4/R4​

  • McRae R4
  • Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X
  • SUBARU WRX STI NR4

S2000​

  • Fiat Grande Punto Abarth S2000
  • Opel Corsa S2000
  • Peugeot 207 S2000

S1600​

  • Citroën C2 Super 1600
  • Citroën Saxo Super 1600
  • Ford Puma S1600
  • Renault Clio S1600

F2 Kit Cars​

  • Ford Escort Mk 6 Maxi
  • Peugeot 306 Maxi
  • Renault Maxi Mégane
  • Seat Ibiza Kit Car
  • Vauxhall Astra Rally Car
  • Volkswagen Golf IV Kit Car

Group A​

  • Ford Escort RS Cosworth
  • Lancia Delta HF Integrale
  • Mitsubishi Galant VR4
  • SUBARU Impreza 1995
  • SUBARU Legacy RS

Group B (4WD)​

  • Audi Sport quattro S1 (E2)
  • Ford RS200
  • Lancia Delta S4
  • MG Metro 6R4
  • Peugeot 205 T16 Evo 2

Group B (RWD)​

  • BMW M1 Procar Rally
  • Lancia 037 Evo 2
  • Opel Manta 400
  • Porsche 911 SC RS

H3 (RWD)​

  • BMW M3 Evo Rally
  • Ford Escort MK2 McRae Motorsport
  • Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500
  • Lancia Stratos
  • Opel Ascona 400
  • Renault 5 Turbo

H2 (RWD)​

  • Alpine Renault A110 1600 S
  • Fiat 131 Abarth Rally
  • Ford Escort MK2
  • Hillman Avenger
  • Opel Kadett C GT/E
  • Talbot Sunbeam Lotus

H2 (FWD)​

  • Peugeot 205 GTI
  • Peugeot 309 GTI
  • Volkswagen Golf GTI

H1 (FWD)​

  • Lancia Fulvia HF
  • MINI Cooper S
  • Vauxhall Nova Sport

Builder Cars​

  • WRC Builder Car
  • WRC2 Builder Car
  • Junior WRC Builder Car


If the final entry one piques your interest, EA Sports WRC has a custom built car feature. Players can compete in WRC, WRC2 and Junior WRC class events with their very own car, similar to MyTeam mode in EA’s F1 series.

The game will also include 200 individual stages across 18 WRC rally events, and will allow for 32 players in crossplay multiplayer.

EA Sports WRC will be playable on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC.

Which car will you be driving first in EA Sports WRC? Are you looking forward to building your own? Tell us in the comments down below!
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So there is no RallyCross content this time, strictly rally?
Not like I personally gonna miss it, but some might.
 
Many nice cars but what about the old Toyota's like Celica and Corolla ? Cars that won WRC manufacture championship. Don't get me wrong, I like Subaru's rally cars but how many do a person need ?
Missing them, too, but as far as I can remember, Toyota haven't granted Codemasters a licence in a long long time, insiders probably know why. It's a pity, but I think even as far back as the McRae games, the Toyotas were absent while other games represented them. Someone check the records, I'm probs wrong.
 
When was the last time Suzuki was featured in a racing game? Rally Evolved? Suzuki's WRC career was cut short by the 2008 crisis but they did really well in JWRC. Anyway, kinda what i expected. I expect them to add a few more (or rather sell as DLCs)
 
I heard that it's going to be a closed platform just like dirt 5's rubbish, so not even a car skin is going to go in there, does anyone know anything about that?
 
We all know that the 200 "individual" stages will be "one long stage per location", which is then cut up into 2 shorter ones, which are in turn mirrored and then reversed, and that counts as 9 stages per location. We've all been there too many times to have any reason to think otherwise.
 
With 18 locations there will definitely be a compromise somewhere, as DiRT Rally didn't have anywhere near that many locations
 
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Missing them, too, but as far as I can remember, Toyota haven't granted Codemasters a licence in a long long time, insiders probably know why. It's a pity, but I think even as far back as the McRae games, the Toyotas were absent while other games represented them. Someone check the records, I'm probs wrong.
Yes it's a pity if that is the case, I just wondered since this game is released by EA Sports and even WRC Generation have three different type of Celica's and one Corolla. Maybe they will be released later so EA are able to milk more money out of our pockets.
 
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Missing them, too, but as far as I can remember, Toyota haven't granted Codemasters a licence in a long long time, insiders probably know why. It's a pity, but I think even as far back as the McRae games, the Toyotas were absent while other games represented them. Someone check the records, I'm probs wrong.
Toyota for the past fiveish years have been difficult to license with, pretty sure their CEO said he didnt like his brand in racing games because it was a bad influence or some rubbish
 
When was the last time Suzuki was featured in a racing game? Rally Evolved? Suzuki's WRC career was cut short by the 2008 crisis but they did really well in JWRC. Anyway, kinda what i expected. I expect them to add a few more (or rather sell as DLCs)
Sebastian Loeb Rally Evo i think (if we exclude gran turismo i guess)
 

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