The latest WRC car is now RC! The new items report from Chicago indicates that it'll both be on the basic/entry level electric TT-01 chassis (which Tamiya appears to be rolling out a pretty nice line of hop-ups for, hmmm
Notes for the R/C newbies... this body should fit just fine on any 1/10th scale 190mm wide "touring cars". Be sure to double check before drilling body post holes as sometimes HPI, Tamiya, etc. do it a little differently. Also, you may need longer than usual rear body posts since this is a hatchback body. Some cars will come with posts that are long enough, on some you can buy optional posts, and on others you'll have to get creative with using more generic posts.
Those rims look like some existing ones that Tamiya already has, though it's possible that they're new too. They'll be an extra $5-$10 per pair on top of the body price, and of course you'll need inserts and tires. The existing ones are 26mm wide, though if these are new there's a chance that Tamiya will have made them in the narrower 24mm wide form factor that is more popular in rubber tire touring car racing.
I now return you to your normally "auto related" Pit Stop. I'm off to start rifling through boxes looking for parts to build a chassis (probably a TA-03 R or F) for Tamiya's "World Tarmac Rally" class.