Look for influence from Toyota Gazoo Racing's WRC Yaris rally racer.
We would welcome any sporty car Toyota gives us.
C3 WRC concept looks incredible and could lead to a road-legal hot hatch.
The British site CarWow commissioned these incredible renders of many of our favorite cars, SUVs, and even a Rolls-Royce as WRC competitors.
Enjoy rally highlight videos, jump compilations, that sort of thing? Watching a real WRC rally is a transformative experience. Come with us to Wales.
Citroën has announced its intentions to sit out the 2016 World Rally Championship in order to focus its attentions on 2017, when it will withdraw from the World Touring Car Championship that it currently dominates.
Hyundai will show off a trio of performance concepts and cars at the Frankfurt Motor Show, including the N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo.
The FIA's World Motor Sport Council has announced a vast array of changes for the future of racing, including a new F1 calendar and revised regulations for LMP2 and WRC, among others.
Akio Toyoda has announced that four-time World Rally Champion and 90s rallying legend Tommi Mäkinen will serve as team principal for Toyota's new rally outfit in 2017.
Hyundai had hoped to introduce the second-generation i20 WRC later this season, but homologation and development delays have pushed it back until next year.
Akio Toyoda announces that Toyota will return to the World Rally Championship in 2017 with a Yaris prepped by Toyota Motorsport. It will be a new start for the rally legend manufacturer after an 18-year absence.
Volkswagen became only the fifth manufacturer to lock out the podium at the WRC Monte Carlo Rally when Ogier, Latvala and Mikkelsen scored a dominant 1-2-3 finish in the Mediterranean principality this weekend.
Last time we rode with Chris Harris we were shotgun in the tan leather seat of his used-yet-immaculate Ferrari FF. This time we're strapped into a black racing bucket of a filthy Porsche 911 rally car, one that led Harris to effuse, "I don't think I've driven a more exciting car this year, hypercars included."
Not unlike some other motor racing disciplines, the World Rally Championship tends to be ruled by dynasties. The late 1980s were dominated by Lancia, Toyota won a succession of titles in the early 90s, Mitsubishi and Subaru traded top spots in the late 90s and Citroën dominated from 2003 through 2012. But these days its all about Volkswagen.