|Peugeot 206 WRC|
|Series||R/C Mini 4WD|
|Release Date||July 17, 2002|
General info Edit
The 206 WRC featuring the 3-door hatchback body design, with a rear spoiler and a rooftop air intake on it. Compare to the road-legal 206, the 206 WRC's body was much wider. The body decals is based on the one used on the Monte Carlo Rally of the 2000 WRC season.
The bodyshell is molded in Peugeot silver.
It comes with the small diameter 6-spoke RC-type wheels with the black RC slick tires. As part of the first 6 minicars in the line-up, it comes with the R/C system.
About the real-life car the Mini 4WD is based on Edit
The Peugeot 206 WRC was introduced as the rally car for Peugeot Sport (as Peugeot Esso at that time) from 1999 to 2003. It is a successor to the Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 Evo 2 Group B rally car.
Compare to the normal 206, it has a 2.0 liter turbo-charged inline-4 engine that is capable of produces about 300 horsepower and 469 lb ft (within the specification by FIA) and is mated to a 6-speed automatic-maunal gearbox with steering paddles. Instead of the front-wheel-drive, the 206 WRC has the four-wheel drive drivetrain.
For the 2000 WRC season, François Delecour is driving car number 9 and 18 with his co-driver Daniel Grataloup, while Gilles Panizzi is driving car number 10 and 19 with his co-driver Hervé Panizzi. This is also the last time Delecour races for Peugeot Sport before switching back to Ford for the 2001 season.
Technical info Edit
Color: Peugeot Silver
Standard (Carbon Brushes)
See also Edit
World Rally Cars Edit
- Subaru Impreza WRC 2002
- Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII WRC
- Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT/Yaris WRC
- Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC