CD Projekt Red held the last Night City Wire before Cyberpunk 2077's release, where they expanded on the cars and styles in the game, briefly describing all five classes we will get to drive.
Cyberpunk 2077 cars will be split into five main classes:
- Heavy Duty
Economy vehicles are just what the name suggests and nothing more. They are the cheapest among the bunch and exist because they are easier to get hands on than the rest of the cars. Their performance isn't noteworthy and neither are their aesthetics.
Executive class is the polar opposite. Expensive and stylish, these vehicles are there to impress and are normally driven by the rich in Night City. Their performance is not shabby at all but they may not be the best fit for racing.
Heavy Duty vehicles are trucks and tanks that are generally utilised for their brute force capabilities. Not particularly fast, they make up for the lack of speed with extreme durability and unstoppable force attributes.
Sport class is the first one we witnessed as Quadra belongs here. With the horsepower of, and perhaps exceeding, Heavy Duty as well as weight that is lighter than Executive, these vehicles make great getaway and racing cars.
Hypercars are basically the no expense spared version of Sport class. They boast even more horsepower with roughly the same curb weight, meaning you are going to be moving at unprecedented speeds through Night City while looking stylish to boot.
Porsche 911 from 1977 will appear in Cyberpunk 2077 but it's unclear which class it will occupy. This is Johny Silverhand's own car and it's turning exactly 100 years old in the game.