Dubbed the 3008 DKR Maxi, it replaces the 3008 DKR that has won the famous off-road race for the last two years.

The Maxi tag comes from the extra size of the car, which has been widened some 200mm to improve the buggy’s handling and high speed stability. The extra width comes in the length of the suspension arms and driveshafts – also giving longer wheel travel.

The 3008 DKR Maxi will make its debut at the 2017 Silk Way Rally (which goes from Russia to China, in July) in the hands of nine-time World Rally champion and 2017 Dakar runner-up Sebastien Loeb.

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