Cyberpunk 2077 doesn't exactly hold your hands, introducing you to the mechanics and functions of the game. Instead, the game is essentially designed to let you learn things on your own and, often, on the fly, which is great until you find yourself in need of cars.
How Cyberpunk 2077 cars work, for example, isn't explained in any form.
This means that you could be hours into Cyberpunk 2077 and not know how to get yourself a car.
Lucky for you, we're here to help.
What Kinds of Cars Are Available in Cyberpunk 2077?
So far, there are dozens of different vehicles available in Cyberpunk 2077, the majority of which are cars. Some you can have permanent access to and can be called upon anytime you need them. However, cars that you steal from others, which sometimes require that you have leveled up your "Hacking" or "Body" attributes enough, will not be available at your whim. Not to mention, stealing cars can get you reported to the police.
How Many Cars Can You Store in Cyberpunk 2077?
There's not exactly a limit to how many cars you can store in Cyberpunk 2077 at V's apartment.
Just keep in mind that the only vehicles in the game that you can store are the ones that you've purchased or that were given to you as a reward from missions. You can't store vehicles that you stole from someone off of the streets.
You also can't "summon" more than one vehicle type at a time. You'll need to go back to your garage to swap the vehicle you have presently selected if you want to change vehicles.
Where Do You Buy Cars in Cyberpunk 2077?
You don't exactly just go and buy cars outright in Cyberpunk 2077. At least, not in a traditional sense.
The way you acquire cars in Cyberpunk 2077 is by completing specific missions and earning enough Street Cred so that they become available for purchase.
Be warned, the best Cyberpunk 2077 cars and bikes come with high price tags.
The Best Cyberpunk 2077 Car
- Drive train: AWD
- Horsepower: 1,660
- Mass: 3,682 lbs
The Rayfield Caliburn is the fastest car in the game by a long shot. There are three known ways to get your hands on the Calibur.
The first is winning the car as a reward for completing all of the "Hidden Gem" hustles in the Badlands district of the game. The second is by buying it from a fixer Downtown. It costs 157,000 eddies and requires a Street Cred of 40.
The third, as we discussed in our Cyberpunk 2077 easter eggs article, is that you can get it for free if you go to a hidden cave located in the outskirts east of Night City.
The Best Cyberpunk 2077 Motorcycle
Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X
- Drive train: RWD
- Horsepower: 183
- Mass: 820 lbs
Getting the Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X only requires that you have a Street Cred of 12 and around 22,000 eddies available.
You can get it from a fixer somewhere in Westbrook once you have those conditions met.
What Kind of Vehicles Are Available in Cyberpunk 2077?
Cyberpunk 2077 vehicles are separated into 5 different categories: Economy, Executive, Heavy-Duty, Sports, Hypercars, and Motorcycles.
Manufactured by Thorton, the Colby is a three-dor wagon sporting a classic long body with gaudy body paint and is available in a slightly different version that's better suited for rough driving.
Manufactured by Archer, the Hella is the exact opposite of the Thorton Colby, preferring to stay lowkey and being the quintessential four-door beater,
Manufactured by Makigak, the Maimai is essentially what would happen if you put a bumper car on four vehicle-sized wheels.
Because it's small enough to fit through stairways, it can make for quite the versatile means of transporting.
The Villefort Alvarado is your typical executive four-door sedan, complete with luxury interior detailing and shiny paint that's fit for the executive that you are.
The Villefort Cortex is a limousine that comes in either low, black, and light yellow colors, with a large grill.
The Chevillon Thrax is a lowered and stylish four-door sedan described as the "automobile of choice among the mid-ranking managerial class".
Based on the stereotypical heavy-duty container truck design, the Kaukaz Bratsk can carry heavy loads.
Built for transporting goods, the Kaukaz Zeya is a surprisingly powerful and durable car.
A truck designed for war, the Militech Behemoth is humongous and is usually used for neo-military purposes.
A less utilitarian-looking heavy-duty vehicle, the Militech Chevalier is essentially an armored SUV.
The Type 66 from Quadra is reminiscent of two-door American muscle cars in real life, with its boxy and muscular design.
The Shion from Mitzuni was designed for rallying, complete with thicker-than-usual tires, but it has a plush interior design befitting its high asking price.
The Turbo R from Quadra looks like your typical 80s exotic sports car and is one of the most popular vehicles in Cyberpunk 2077 after having been featured heavily in most artworks for the game, along with the protagonist, V.
1970 AMC Javelin
The 1970 AMC Javelin from Quadra is a yellow-bodied and heavily featured vehicle from Cyberpunk 2077 that's appeared many times already in trailer and gameplay reveals.
The Herrara Outlaw is the slowest of the hypercars in the game. However, what it lacks in power, it makes up for in style as it comes with matte black rims, as well as a contoured body.
The fastest car in the game, the Rayfield Caliburn is available in multiple colors, including a batmobile-inspired black design that you can get for free.
The Rayfield Aerondight is like the lovechild of the Caliburn and Outlaw, but without the speed of the former and the contour of the latter.
The ARCH Nazaré is the in-game rendition of the Method 143 from Keanu Reeves' very own motorcycle company, ARCH Method.
The Yaiba Kusanagi takes the shape, color, and even decals from the Kaneda Bike of the 1988 Japanese animation film Akira.
Available in "Road" and "Offroad" variants, the Brennan Apollo is a basic motorcycle that you can ride on in Cyberpunk 2077.
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