'Cyberpunk 2077' has some ridiculously slick vehicles
Glitches are bad, but these vehicles designs are very, very, good.
'Cyberpunk 2077' has some issues – OK, 'Cyberpunk 2077' has a lot of issues – but within this heavily flawed game, there's a lot of stuff CD Projekt Red got right; namely all these hella slick cars.
If you're into cars and video games, Cyberpunk has a lot to offer you. Vehicles are often based on real-life cars and augmented with a bit of cyberpunk flair.
Like the Thorton Galena, which looks like Volkswagen's Mk1 Golf.
There's also a Porsche 911 Turbo (930)...
This in-game car remains pretty true to the actual 1980s model aside from some aesthetic modifications that make it copacetic with Johnny Silverhand, one of the game's main characters.
A Porche 911 Turbo in Cyberpunk 2077
Or the Arch Nasare CD which is based on the ARCH Method 143.
Other cars, like the Caliburn (the fastest car in the game) lean more toward the futuristic.
From a design perspective, the Caliburn may have more in common with Mercedes Benz' Avatar inspired bionic car concept than anything else currently on the streets.
If the Caliburn is too flashy for your taste, there are more modest options.
"The Mai Mai is a small Bubble-bodied economy car, bearing resemblances to mid-20th century city cars such as the Vanguard Citicar and Bond Bug. The Japan-made car features folding doors, dual seats, and a low weight."
This retro futuristic Cyberpunk car, the Quadra Turbo-R V-Tech, has become so iconic that it's even getting a crossover in Forza's Horizon
The Quadra Turbo-R V-Tech in Cyberpunk 2077
Or maybe you're feeling classy and want to be chauffeured...
In that case, the Chevillon Thrax has serious Lincoln or Cadillac vibes.
As evidenced by these sick rides, Cyberpunk 2077 has plenty to offer, despite the myriad glitches we've seen flooding social media. If you're a fan of the Grand Theft Auto franchise and you've watched and enjoyed the movie Bladerunner, there's probably something in there for you.