Today Cyberpunk 2077 gave us a preview of some of the different vehicles you can own and drive around Night City. Choose from the most basic clunker to the most elite Hypercar. Whatever your needs or your budget, there is a ride waiting for you.
Economy class, “They are mostly utility vehicles and clunkers” designed to get you on the road without breaking the bank.
Executive class, “If you’re looking to impress, look to this class alone,” this class of vehicle spares no expense; they feature plush interiors and come with the latest tech.
Heavy Duty class, “Heavy-duty trucks and tanks for when you need power and brute force” from armored garbage trucks to heavily armored-oversized SUVs this class are for those who enjoy driving through their enemies.
SportV class, “For those who love the smell of exhaust and the roar of street wildlife,” if you love fast rides and custom tuning, this is the class for you.
Hypercars class, “If you need speed and armor, the Hypercar class is for you.” These are some of the most elite cars, and one of these cars, in particular, the Aerondight, is very expensive, and it’s estimated that less than 1000 people can afford one.
Each car comes with different variations, and depending on that variation, the car may sound and feel very different from one another. Behind the scenes, the crew recorded actual cars on the race tracks, so your off-road vehicle sounds like an actual off-road rally car and so on.
One of Keanu Reeves’ motorcycles has made its way into the game, and it looks pretty sick!
Cyberpunk 2077 also dropped Night City Wire: Episode 4. In this latest episode, they give us an inside look at how the team set about making the cars look and feel realistic. This episode also shows us the different styles and fashion options available in Cyberpunk 2077.
2077 in style. There are four separate, distinct styles in Cyberpunk 2077. The first is Kitsch, which is focused on style over substance, Entropism, which is necessity over style. Neomilitarism, which is substance over style, and finally, Neokitsch, which is a combination of style and substance. Each of these styles has its own history, features, and status. You can see more of these styles in Night City Wire: Episode 4.