2WD RALLY CARS
Peugeot 208 R2
This car used in the 208 Rally Cup stands out by its featherweight 1030 kg. The 1.6-litre normally aspirated 185 bhp/190 Nm engine and sequential gearbox give first-rate performances sometimes equalling those of the R3s!
Citroën DS 3 R3-MAX
The 2WD car in the Citroën Racing range powered by a 1.6-litre turbo-charged engine that pushes out 234 bhp and 430 Nm is at home on both tarmac and gravel. The steering-wheel mounted sequential paddle shift gearbox makes it easy to get to grips with.
4WD RALLY CARS
Citroën DS 3 R5
The DS 3 R5 is the entry level car to 4x4s and it has the characteristics, behaviour and performance of a mini-WRC: wide tracks, 1.6-litre 280bhp/400 Nm engine, 5-speed sequential gearbox, etc.
Citroën DS 3 WRC
With 26 victories in the world rally championship between 2011 and 2016 the DS 3 WRC marked the generation of the 1600 turbo World Rally Cars. To meet all kinds of needs PH Sport has cars with different chassis and engine evolutions introduced in 2012, 2014 and 2015. The DS 3 WRC puts out around 320 bhp/350 Nm for a weight of 1200 kg. The adjustable Citroën suspension gives it very efficient handling on all types of terrain.
Citroën C3 WRC
The C3 WRC comes from the 2017 generation of World Rally Cars and it’s one of the quickest cars in the history of rallying. Its extreme look dictated by the search for aerodynamic performance, its 380 bhp/400 Nm engine and its integral transmission with centrally controlled differentials make it a car worthy of all kinds of superlatives apply. It is reserved for experienced drivers who have the required skills to exploit its potential and its level of performance.
CROSS COUNTRY CARS
Peugeot 2008 DKR16
The DKR16 is wider, longer and more powerful than the original 2008 DKR and it won the Dakar in 2016 driven by Stéphane Peterhansel. Its carbon bodywork hides a 2-wheel-drive buggy powered by a 3-litre V6 350 bhp/800 Nm diesel engine. Modifications to the chassis have made it more stable when rounding quicker corners.
Peugeot 3008 DKR MAXI
On the basis of the information collected with the previous cars, the 3008 DKR MAXI is the ultimate expression of Peugeot’s knowhow in off-road rallies. The main efforts have been focused on a wider chassis (2400 mm against 2200 mm for the 2008). The engine is still the same 3-litre twin turbo V6 diesel putting out 350bhp/800 Nm coupled to a six-speed sequential gearbox.