The World Rally Car.
The FIA World Rally Championship's technical regulations, which have been in force since 2011, dictate 1,6-liter turbocharged engines with direct injection, following the downsizing trend.
However not at the performance: 315 PS are at least there!
|method of construction||Inline four-cylinder engine with turbocharger and intercooler, arranged transversely in front of the front axle|
|Performance||232 kW (315 PS) at 6.250 1 / min|
|torque||425 Nm at 5.000 1 / min|
|Bore / stroke||83,0 mm / mm 73,8|
|air restrictors||33 mm (FIA regulations)|
|gear||Sequential six-speed racing gearbox, arranged transversely|
|final drive||Permanent all-wheel drive with rigid drive between front and rear axle, multi-disc locking differentials on front and rear axle|
|Clutch||Hydraulically operated two-disc sintered metal clutch from ZF|
|Front / rear axle||McPherson struts, damper from ZF|
|travel||approx. 180 mm for asphalt, approx. 275 mm for gravel|
|steering||Rack and pinion steering with servo assistance|
|Bremsanlage||All-round ventilated disc brakes (diameter 355 mm at front asphalt)|
|Rims||Size 8 x 18 inches for asphalt, 7 x 15 inches for gravel|
|tire||Competitive tires from Michelin|
|Chassis / Body|
|construction||After FIA regulations strengthened standard steel body|
|measurements and weight|
|Length Width Height||3.976 / 1.820 / mm 1.356|
|minimum weight||1.200 kg|
|acceleration||0 - 100 km / h in about 3,9 seconds|
|top speed||Up to approx. 200 km / h (depending on transmission ratio)|