Decent engine sounds and a synth soundtrack make up the sum total of the audio in Art of Rally, but then, what else do you need?
Granted, it's not Forza Horizon, but Art of Rally has its own low-poly charm, despite the occasional bit of clipping and shadows popping in late.
Pick up and play, boasting customisable difficulty (you can adjust the AI and damage levels to your liking), Art of Rally is enormous fun with surprising depth.
Free roam, Career, Time Attack, and online events with leaderboards offer more than enough to do, while everything is presented elegantly. A few little glitches here and there do nothing to spoil the party.
A really nice list that doesn't ask too much, other than grinding out 1,000 stages, which will take a long, long, long, long time. Other than that, there's a good spread of tasks on offer.