CD Projekt Red’s Night City Wire series is still ongoing, and the latest episode revealed a bunch of exciting information regarding Cyberpunk 2077. To be more specific, the developer took this latest episode as an opportunity to detail one of the most important aspects of Cyberpunk 2077’s gameplay.
In this case, the video showcases the extensive collection of vehicles that are available in the game, which are separated into different classes, including motorcycles, cars, trucks, and every other kind of automobile.
First on the list is the RPG’s “Economy” class, which we assume is the kind of vehicle that players will easily have enough money for at the beginning of the game. However, just because they’re significantly cheaper and easy to come by than the rest doesn’t mean they’re good for nothing.
Some of these cars are efficient; for example, the Makigai car may look like a small Smart Car or a Tuk Tuk, but its size allows it to easily drive through areas that other larger cars won’t be able to. As a matter of fact, the trailer even shows it driving up the stairs.
According to the brand-new trailer, there will be more to the Economy class than being just affordable i.e. there will be a lot of specific-use vehicles included in this class. For instance, the trailer gives us a glimpse of a police car, albeit we don’t think this was obtained through legal means.
There’s also a worker’s van featured in the trailer, as well as what appears to be “a chop shop street racing car.” Basically, what connects these ragtag Economy vehicles is the fact that they’re either well-used already or reconstructed and pieced together.
Next up we have the Executive class, which definitely looks significantly better than the former class. These vehicles are basically the Audi, Bentley, and Rolls-Royce versions of Night City’s cars. However, the brands mentioned in the trailer include Villefort, Chevillon, and Delamain.
They look fancy and expensive, in fact, they probably are. This class of vehicles looks great for carrying more than one person, which will probably come in handy at some point in Cyberpunk 2077.
The next class is categorized as “Heavy Duty” and the vehicles under this class are probably more expensive than the ones in Executive. Under this class are non-civilian vehicles that are bulky yet sturdy e.g. cars that are most likely suited for military or construction work. In retrospect, its power is what makes it a great vehicle in its own way.
The last two classes are probably going to feature the kind of cars players will most likely look for in Cyberpunk 2077. There’s the Sport class, which obviously features vehicles that are flashy and extremely fast. The cars under this class are perfect for street racing, running away from the police, or if you simply want a vehicle that’s all about speed.
Lastly, the Hypercars class contains vehicles that look more like concept cars rather than something you can actually drive. What’s more, they’re definitely flashier than the Sport class, which is saying something. We can already imagine that Cyberpunk 2077 players will clamor for this class most of all.