road going rally cars


Citroen BX 4TC, 1986. A road going version of the Group B rally car which was built in an edition of 200 to comply with homologation regulations. It had a longer nose than the regular BX because the engine (a turbocharged version of Chrysler Europe’s Simca Type 180 engine) was mounted longitudinally whereas the regular BX used transverse engines. The cars were built by Heuliez


Peugeot 205 T16, rally and road versions, 1984. To homologate the 205 T16 Group B rally car, Peugeot had to produce 200 road-going examples. Apart from appearance, the road variants (which were built by Heuliez) had practically nothing in common with the regular production 205 and shared the transverse mid-engine, four-wheel drive layout of the rally car