It’s only available in black but has grey detailing on the grille and rear diffuser with chrome reserved for the side-mirrors. Inside, there’s leather and Alcantara trim as well as WRC labeling and aluminum highlights.
The second car is the existing WRC-S, which is powered by a 136hp 2.0L turbodiesel and is limited to 666 units in total. There are no mechanical changes over the standard model but the car is based on the sporty XR range and features the same suspension set-up and 18in wheels shod with 225mm rubber. The interior features leather trim, aluminum pedals and a plaque signed by rally legend Marcus Grönholm.