Following the first official pictures of the Proton Iriz R5 rally car, Mellors Elliot Motorsport (MEM) has released more images of the rally car which is due to hit the rally course at the Goodwood Festival of Speed tomorrow.

To recap, the Iriz R5 has been built up for competition in the WRC2 category as well as the Asia-Pacific Rally Championship (APRC), sporting significantly fortified chassis and running gear for the rigours of rallying. Bodywork, as before, features box-section arch extensions to house the larger wheels and tyres, while the interior is suitably prepared with a roll cage and a pair of fixed bucket seats.

Here, you may have noticed the wheel and tyre combination is for a gravel setup, compared to the tarmac configuration from the initial set of images, while a much larger rear spoiler also appears. Componentry includes Michelin tyres, Xtrac transmission, Reiger suspension, Brembo brakes, Cosworth electronics, Speedline wheels, among others.

The Iriz R5 can be considered a follow-up act for the MEM-Proton collaboration; the UK-based motorsport outfit worked on the Satria S2000 rally car which competed in the Intercontinental Rally Challenge (IRC), Super 2000 World Rally Championship (SWRC) and the APRC, scoring drivers’, constructors’, and teams’ titles in 2011.

GALLERY: Proton Iriz R5