Cyberpunk 2077 comes with a variety of weapons and cybernetics to get; it also has an immense suite of vehicles to drive around the Night City. it comes with more than 30 cars and bikes to find in the game as a Street Samurai in Night City, you have lots of options when it comes to driving around town in style and with extraordinary speed.
Night City and its surrounding areas also have some hidden vehicles that will take some time and discovering to find and get those vehicles. In this quick article, we gathered together a list of some of the more iconic cars you will be able to get in the game. While most vehicles in the game can be stolen or bought, we’ve got the cars here which ones you can find by doing quests or just by heading to the right part of town.
Jackie’s Arch (Motorcycle)
This motorcycle will be one of the first bikes you’ll add to your catalog of vehicles. Custom made for Jackie, this souped-up and well-designed motorcycle–with some fantastic decals–is an excellent pick for anyone looking for a reliable bike to cruise Night City.
Requirements: You can acquire Jackie’s Arch following the events of Act 1. Once you regain control and can explore Night City in Act 2, you’ll get a quest called Heroes, which will get you in contact with Jackie’s mother–who made a brief appearance in the prologue. After reaching out to her, you’ll be given the keys to Jackie’s bike, which will be added to your catalog of cars.
Rayfield Caliburn (Car)
This luxury car is not only one of the sharpest-looking cars you can find, but it’s also one of the fastest vehicles in the game. Though you’ll find it on the outskirts of the metropolis, this vehicle is more suited for city life, and it’s an incredibly cool way to cruise around town.
Requirements: To get this car, you’ll first need to finish the Act 2 mission Ghost Town, which involves the character Pan Am. During the mission, you’ll be taken to an area in the Badlands, just north of the junkyard, leading into a tunnel. Remember this location. Once that mission is complete, wait about three days in-game time, and return to the tunnel. Inside, you’ll find an open storage container that has the luxury car inside. Once you get into the car, it will be loaded into your quick select menu for vehicles.
Quadra Turbo-R (Car)
This vehicle is one of the cars shown prominently through over the years in Cyberpunk 2077’s many trailers and gameplay demos. Though it’s not a luxury car, it can hit high speeds pretty quickly.
Requirements: To find this car, head to Heywood’s southeastern section and look for an undiscovered quest location–marked as a question mark on the map. Once there, you’ll get a call from Padre, Heywood’s resident fixer. He’ll give you a new gig called Life’s Work, tasking you to steal a car from the area. Once you complete the quest, wait 24 hours in-game to get a message from contact from the last gig. He’ll give you a parting gift, which he left in a secure location in a car garage in Heywood.
Colby CX410 Butte (Car)
The Colby CX410 Buttle is a custom pick-up truck designed for durability and off-road driving. Given that you will spend a lot of time in the city, you’ll likely be comfortable driving fast sports cars and bikes. However, once you get acquainted with the game’s Badlands area, you’ll want something a bit more suited for the uneven and rough terrain. This car is a great find, and you can get it without spending any eddies.
Requirements: This car is one of the more comfortable vehicles to get in the game. To get it, all you’ll need to do is to drive out to the Badlands and head northeast from the Rocky Ridge residential area. You’ll then reach a small trailer park that has the vehicle. Once you get in, it will be added to your catalog.
Delamain No. 21 (Car)
For those who played through Act 1, you’ll encounter the automated taxi service Delamain, which has numerous driving cars powered by an A.I. You’ll get to know one vehicle in particular, but then you’ll part ways with it. Later on, however, you can acquire a particular Delamain vehicle of your own. While it isn’t a speedy car, it’s a reliable town car that will get you to your destination in style and with friendly navigation.
Requirements: This one will take some effort. To acquire your own Delamain car, you’ll need to start the quest Tune Up following Act 1, which leads to a multi-step quest called Epistrophy. The chain of events to get this vehicle can be started after getting your vehicle back from the parking garage, leading into an unexpected encounter with rogue Delamain cars. From here, you’ll be able to start the questline leading you to find other rogue vehicles throughout the city. Once that’s done, you’ll be led to the final car, which will then get you access to your own Delamain vehicle.
Apollo “Scorpion” (Bike)
This motorcycle has ties to the Aldecaldos, a pack of Nomads who roam the Badlands outside Night City who are known to be the first Nomad clan in the world of Cyberpunk. The Apollo bike reps their Nomad sign and decals, and it’s a bike that’s well-suited for travel in the rough terrain outside the city.
Requirements: To get the special Apollo “Scorpion” bike, you’ll need to complete the Life During Wartime main mission. Once you finish the mission, you’ll get the bike added to your catalog of vehicles, letting you call it in whenever you want.
Porsche 911 (Car)
This vehicle is one of the rare retro cars found in Night City, and it also belonged to Johnny Silverhand during his time. As the only licensed car in Cyberpunk 2077, this vehicle is modeled after the classic Porsche vehicles of the 1960s, making it one of the oldest pieces of machinery found in the game. Despite its age, it can still put in the work.
Requirements: To get this car, you’ll need to progress in Act 2 and get the side quest Chippin’ In, which occurs after the Tapeworm, Life During Wartime, Automatic Love, and Search and Destroy side missions. During the Chippin’ In quest, you’ll be presented with a choice to shoot a character or spare their life. If you spare them, then you’ll get access to Johnny’s signature gun, his jacket, and his classic car.
Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X (Bike)
Yes, this bike is very similar to the one from the animated film Akira, and it can be yours for a relatively small price. Along with being incredibly stylish, this bike is also the fastest motorcycle in the game. So if you’re looking for a bike that has some stellar speed to match, this is your ride. Unlike the other iconic vehicles on this list, you’ll need to save up some money to earn this one, but we assure you that it’s worth it.
Requirements: Throughout the game, you’ll get messages from various fixers and allies who will clue you in on opportunities. To get the message that lets you know the Kusanagi bike is available to purchase, you’ll need to have your Street Cred at level 12. After that, you’ll get a message from Wakado the Fixer, who will clue you in on the location of the bike. Located in a garage in Westbrook, make your way there and spend the 22,000 eddies to unlock the bike for your catalog.