The Cougar C20 was a sports prototype which was used from 1987 to 1990 in sports car racing.
The Cougar C20, a closed group-C prototype, was built in 1987 and funded by Yves Courage. It was developed by his own race team, the Courage Compétition, who also prepared the car for each race. It had a 3-litre Porsche 6-cylinder turbo engine and made its debut at the 1000-kilometer race at Monza in 1987. The vehicle was driven by Joël Gouhier and Hervé Regout.
The greatest success for vehicle was third place at the 24-hour race at Le Mans in 1987, driven out of Regout, Yves Courage and Pierre-Henri Raphanel.
In 1988, saw the introduction of the C20B, an evolution of the C20. For a year, both versions were used in parallel, from 1989 for two years, was the B-version was used alone.