The Class S Prototypes DLC was recently released for Sebastien Loeb Rally EVO bringing with it some rather weird and wonderful racing machines.
The Prototypes DLC comes complete with four cars (listed below) from the eighties which were futuristic for their time. None of the four cars have seen any time in any championships either making them all the more intriguing.
Class S Prototypes car list
- Lancia ECV
- Toyota 222D
- Vauxhall Astra 4S
- Peugeot Quasar
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