Next Generation

TOCA introduced the ‘Next Generation Touring Car’ into the BTCC in another attempt to reduce ever spiraling costs imposed by the manufacturers of the Super 2000 class. Regulations are based around 2.0-litre turbocharged 4 or 5 door cars with the engine coming from either the same ‘family’ as the model of car or with the option of running a generic ‘unbranded’ engine sanctioned by TOCA. A series of common components that included gearbox, suspension, brakes, front and rear sub frames, turbo, electronics, ECU and fuel system are all TOCA-sourced items. This gave scope for as many as 14 different models to be built, many by teams that would have not done so in the past. The success of this category can be gauged by the fact that it continues to field a full grid of 32 cars with close racing.
Audi A4
Audi A4
3 Records
Audi S3
Audi S3
2 Records
BMW 125
BMW 125
4 Records
Chevrolet Cruze
Chevrolet Cruze
3 Records
Ford Focus
Ford Focus
6 Records
Honda Civic
Honda Civic
7 Records
Infiniti Q50
Infiniti Q50
2 Records
MG6
MG6
4 Records
Subaru Levorg
Subaru Levorg
4 Records
Toyota Avensis
Toyota Avensis
8 Records
Vauxhall Astra
Vauxhall Astra
2 Records
Vauxhall Insignia
Vauxhall Insignia
2 Records
Volkswagen CC
Volkswagen CC
4 Records
Failed Projects
Failed Projects
Cars that never made it