Dirt Rally 2.0 devs Codemasters have shown off their latest game’s rendition of some of the most iconic vehicles in rally history, introducing them alongside the decades they dominated in a new trailer. Representing the 1960s is the Alpine Renault A110 1600 S, tearing through the New Zealand stage rather more expertly than I managed. The famous Audi Sport Quattro conquered rallying throughout the 1980s, and can be seen racing around Spain beneath a setting sun, while an autumnal New England offers a romantic backdrop for Colin McRae’s Subaru Impreza 1995. The trailer also shows off Dirt Rally 2.0’s stage degradation systems, which aims to replicate the way in which surfaces evolve over the course of a rally event. “If you start first on the road you’re going to suffer from a lot of loose gravel, which means you’ll struggle for traction. That makes it hard to put in a

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