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    Technical Analysis WRCars 2018

    What updates have the factories done on their cars for the 2018 season?
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    changed the liveries...

    oh wait...
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    Toyota is even more uglier than before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESTR View Post
    Toyota is even more uglier than before.
    Really? I thought that without taking liveries into account that it was the second best looking of the four cars, second to the i20.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sulland View Post
    What updates have the factories done on their cars for the 2018 season?
    Can they really do anything extra outside the normal homologation jokers? So 2018 cars are just 2017 cars

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    Interview with Chris Williams - MSport's chief engineer
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve.mandzij View Post
    Really? I thought that without taking liveries into account that it was the second best looking of the four cars, second to the i20.

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    Most normal looking is Citroen, their shapes are good looking, Hyundai and Ford are like Japanese roof styles with those wings.. Toyota is bizarre with those big drawers for cd-s.. Yes they are exciting all of them, but they could produce beatiful and still efficient cars, not just some random styles like in NFS: Underground 2

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    https://rallysportmag.com/gradual-ch...y-car-in-2018/

    Hyundai starting with the updates Neuville had at the end of 2017

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    Well, i think that at the moment the sophisticated looks are more "rally/racecar" than the previous generation which was more similar to some NFS-style boyracers tuning.

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    Form follows function.

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