CD PROJEKT RED have released many previews as we approaching the expected Cyberpunk 2077 release date, 19 November. The newest covers all of the vehicles and vehicle classes in the game.
Let's dive right into the many different vehicles in Cyberpunk 2077, and what they offer.
Cyberpunk 2077 will have some incredibly engaging and immersive vehicles.
You can watch them in-action in one of the game's new preview teasers - Rides of the Dark Future.
The game offers a variety of vehicle classes. These classes include Economy, Executive, Heavy Duty, Hypercars, and Sport.
Each vehicle class suits different purposes, so whatever you're looking for, you can find it and hit the streets.
Let's break down each vehicle class.
We'll start with the most straight-forward and least exciting vehicle class of the bunch - Economy.
Economy vehicles are exactly what you think - cheaper, beaten up machines that serve the most basic purpose of getting from point A to point B.
Executive vehicles in Cyberpunk 2077 are akin to luxury models.
They're the best looking vehicles in the game.
Just beware, these vehicles have the price tag to match!
CJ PROJEKT RED doesn't use the Heavy Duty name lightly.
This vehicle class covers some monstrous machines, functioning more like tanks than anything else.
If you have some particularly violent intentions in Cyberpunk 2077, the Heavy Duty class have the right wheels for the job.
If you're looking for the perfect match between the speed of a Sport class vehicle and heavy armor on top, the Hypercars vehicle class is for you.
These machines offer high level protection while still retaining the sleek look of the most stylish vehicles in the game.
Sport vehicles are the upper echelon of speed, which lets players evade bad situations in a pinch - and challenge anyone to a race.
Cyberpunk 2077 sport vehicles offer powerful engines, and easily replaceable parts that allow players to customize and tune them with ease.
This means sport vehicles are perfect for players looking to have more control and of their vehicle's performance.