The 180 cars in-game are pretty varied.
Slightly Mad Studios is going all out to ensure that Project CARS 2 is the most in-depth racing simulator and has released a car list for most of its vehicles to provie it. Containing most of the 180 cars you’ll get to control, some can only be obtained with the Season Pass or via the Japanese Car Pack that’s obtained on pre-ordering.
The cars themselves include Open Wheel Formula vehicles; Vintage Open Wheel Lotus cars; Group 5 cars like Porsche, BMW and Nissan; Vintage Protoypes; and much more. The car list in question can be seen below and keep in mind that there’s still more to be revealed.
With nine disciplines to race across and more than 60 tracks, you won’t be hurting for things to do when Project CARS 2 rolls around. Speaking of which, the game will release on September 22nd for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. What are your thoughts on the cars thus far? Let us know in the comments.
Vintage Open Wheel
Vintage Touring and GT