Art Director Pawel Mielniczuk said:
The automotive icon retains its classic 1977 look, painstakingly recreated and adapted by CD PROJEKT RED concept and vehicle artists using sketches, photographs, and photogrammetry. The model has been adapted to the reality of 2077 through the addition of, among others, a lidar attached to the front, a set of sensors and elements to identify the vehicle from the air, and electronic mirrors with monitors inside the vehicle.
If you want more real, it turns out that a real-life operational version of Johnny Silverhand’s car will be on display at the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart from October 15-22. You can also get a look at the fashion going on in 2077. What do the famous, infamous, and everyone else look like? Well obviously, there are four main styles: Kitsch, Entropism, Neomilitarism, and Neokitsch. Kitsch is like your modern-day ravers taken to the one step up. Neon is a big part of this game’s palette. Entropism reminds me of a lot of what people expect lower-income people to wear with more plain and often ripped clothes. Neomilitarism is the elegant sleek stuff with suits and a more modern look in the game. Neokitsch is for celebrities and are the mad weird outfits that only Richy rich people can afford no matter how absurd it is. Finally, it was shown in the game that Cyberpunk 2077 will be available on Stadia on November 19, the very same day as PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Xbox Series and PS5 variants will finally be released as well with a free upgrade for anyone who bought the current-gen version of the game.
Johnny’s a legend of the Cyberpunk universe. When thinking about what kind of car he’d be driving through the streets of Night City, we knew it would have to be one just as legendary as he is. Having Johnny’s story in mind, and being huge fans of Porsche ourselves, the answer could only be the classic 911 Turbo.