Based on the "B"-generation model, the Opel Ascona 400 succeeded the 16-valve Kadett GT/E. Originally homologated as a Group 4 rally car in 1979, the Ascona would later be transferred into the new-for-1982 Group B category. It would face stiff competition from Audi Sport and their 4WD quattro, with Opel falling short of a manufacturer's championship, but it would gift Walter Röhrl his second driver's championship. This would be the final time a driver won the WRC in a rear-wheel drive car[1].

DiRT 4[edit | edit source]

The Opel Ascona 400 is a RWD H3 rally car in DiRT 4.

Liveries[edit | edit source]

  • Phil Collins Rallying
  • JS Renntechnik
  • Tools
  • Linna Historic Rally

DiRT Rally 2.0[edit | edit source]

“Built to replace the Opel Kadett GT/E, the Opel Ascona 400 raced in both Group 4 and in Group B. The Opel Ascona went on to win the World Rally Championship in 1982 at the hands of Walter Röhrl, proving a more than worthy adversary to the Audi quattro. The Opel Ascona won its final event in top level rally, with Ari Vatanen winning the 1983 Safari Rally.”
— In-game info, DiRT Rally 2.0

The Opel Ascona 400 is a RWD H3 rally car in DiRT Rally 2.0.

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