There’s a whole lot of ways to get around in Cyberpunk 2077.
Cyberpunk 2077 is part traditional RPG, part open-world city roamer in the vein of Grand Theft Auto. That latter part means there’s a lot of vehicles on the streets. With the release of Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, too, there’s also a lot of new and returning players flocking to the game.
To traverse Night City quickly and easily you can simply steal cars, motorcycles, or just about any other vehicle, exactly like in GTA – but there are downsides. For one, stealing any car requires a certain level of Body Attribute – a measurement of the strength needed to drag the owner from the driver’s seat.
On top of that, cars you steal aren’t really yours. They do nothing for your Street Cred rating, and also can’t be summoned at will, which is a pain.
In order to do those things, you’ll need to own one. You’ll start out in Cyberpunk 2077 owning one car – the Archer Hella EC-D. This a fine vehicle for the early stages of the game, but pretty soon you’ll likely want something a bit quicker – and a bit more outlandish-looking.
How to get new vehicles in Cyberpunk 2077
Naturally, you can obtain new vehicles in a few different ways. Keep in mind that you won’t be able to get any vehicle other than the starter Hella EC-D until you’ve completed the first act of Cyberpunk 2077’s story, which culminates in your heist with Jackie.
After that, you can obtain cars and bikes in a few different ways, which we’ll explain quickly below. Keep in mind that a few vehicles are exclusive to certain lifepaths.
Where to find free cars and motorcycles in Cyberpunk 2077
Some new cars and motorcycles will naturally come as you complete the game’s content. For instance, completing the “Life During Wartime” main quest in the main story will unlock V one of their first motorcycles.
This is nice and early in the game, and from there a range of side jobs and even hidden quests (the blue markers on the map) can unlock cars. Some quests, meanwhile, will unlock cars for purchase. Speaking of…
How to buy cars and bikes in Cyberpunk 2077
Once you’re out of the first act of the game and have completed the heist, you’ll be turned loose on a more open Night City, with pretty much all of Cyberpunk’s content open for you to explore. That also includes buying cars.
To buy a car, it’ll first need to be offered to you. Cars unlock in three primary ways: when visiting an area, through street cred, and through side quest completion.
When a car is available for you to purchase, the fixer of the area where that car is found will send you a text message the next time you enter that area. The car will then be added to your map and quest log, appearing as if a quest. You can hover over the icon on the map to see the car’s price, which varies massively from a few thousand Eddies up to tens or even hundreds of thousands.
So, for instance, one car might simply require you to enter the area where it is waiting for you – such as the Badlands – and then it’ll immediately be offered for sale to you. Others will require your street cred to be at a certain level, then trigger when you enter its home area with a high enough street cred. Finally, some will be triggered for sale upon completion of some quests.
If you’re after the Quadra Turbo-R, the sick car from all of the game’s marketing, keep an eye out for the “Life’s Work” gig, which is found in the Vista Del Ray region. Completing that quest leads to the “Sex on Wheels” quest, where you’ll have the chance to then grab that car.
List of Economy cars in Cyberpunk 2077
Economy vehicles in Cyberpunk 2077 are more or less what they sound like: they’re the most common type of vehicle, and the closest thing to ‘ordinary’ cars in the hi-tech future of Night City. As such, they make good starter vehicles for V near to the beginning of the game. Don’t be fooled, though — a few of these so-called ‘Economy’ models are actually pretty nice, with a price tag to match.
|Archer||Hella EC-D I360||This is V’s default vehicle at the start of the game|
|Archer||Quartz Sidewinder||Not available for purchase|
|Chevillon||Thrax Combat||Not available for purchase|
|Mahir||Supron FS3||Purchasing for €$16,000 from Muamar Reyes in Santo Domingo|
|Mackinaw||Warhorse||Not available for purchase|
|Mackinaw||Larimore||Not available for purchase|
|Makigai||Maimai P126||Purchasing for €$14,000 from a fixer in Westbrook|
|Thorton||Galena Gecko||Purchasing for €$21,000 from Dakota Smith in The Badlands|
|Thorton||Colby C125||Purchasing for €$39,000 from Regina Jones in Watson|
|Thorton||Colby C240T||Purchasing for €$39,000 from Regina Jones in Watson (unlocked at 20 Street Cred)|
|Thorton||Colby CX410 Butte||Purchasing for €$43,000 from Muamar Reyes in Santo Domingo (unlocked at 12 Street cred) (green version)
Found for free in the Desert Film Set in the Badlands (orange version)
|Thorton||Colby “Little Mule”||Purchasing for €$49,000 from Dakota Smith in The Badlands (unlocked at 12 Street Cred)|
|Thorton||Galena GA40XT “Rattler”||This is V’s default car in The Nomad prologue
Optionally regained by completing the side job “These Boots Are Made For Walkin'” (Nomad lifepath only)
|Thorton||Galena G240||Purchasing for €$13,000 from Regina Jones in Watson|
|Thorton||Galena Gecko||Purchasing for €$21,000 from Dakota Smith in The Badlands|
|Thorton||Saguard||Not available for purchase, but can be found at the Nomad Camp in The Badlands|
|Thorton||Mackinaw MTL1||Purchasing for €$128,000 from Muamar Reyes in Santo Domingo (unlocked at 30 Street Cred)|
List of Executive cars in Cyberpunk 2077
Executive vehicles are perfect for getting V where they want to go in style, while still being quite reasonably priced for the most part. The comfortable cost of these seemingly very swanky cars makes more sense when you realise that they are among the slowest vehicles in the game — useful for making an impression, but not so much during a high-speed pursuit.
|Chevillon||Emperor 620 Ragnar||Purchasing for €$32,000 from Dino Dinovic in City Center (unlocked at 12 Street Cred)|
|Chevillon||Thrax 388 Jefferson||Purchasing for €$17,000 from Sebastian “Padre” Ibarra in Heywood|
|Villefort||Alvarado V4F 570 Delegate||Purchasing for €$62,000 from Sebastian “Padre” Ibarra in Heywood (unlocked at 20 Street Cred)|
|Villefort||Alvarado V4FC 580 Playboy “Vato”||Completing the “Beat On The Brat: The Glen” side job|
|Villefort||Columbus V340-F Freight||Purchasing for €$19,000 from Dino Dinovic in City Centre|
|Villefort||Cortes V5000 Valor||Purchasing for €$37,000 Sebastian “Padre” Ibarra in Heywood (unlocked at 12 Street Cred)|
|Villefort||Villefort Cortes Delamain No. 21||Completing the “Don’t Lose Your Mind” side job|
List of Sports cars in Cyberpunk 2077
If the Executive cars favour form over function, Sports vehicles are the inverse, being more concerned with speed than with looks — though they do tend to manage a little bit of that too. In most cases it’s the horsepower that adds zeroes to the end of the price tag, however, so expect to pay a little more for these than for the sleeker but slower models.
|Archer||Quartz EC-T2 R660 / Quartz EC-L R275||Purchasing for €$29,000 from Regina Jones in Watson (unlocked at 12 Street Cred) (either model)|
|Archer||Quartz “Bandit”||Purchasing for €$69,000 from a fixer in Ghost Town (unlocked at 12 Street Cred)|
|Mizutani||Shion MZ2||Purchasing for €$75,000 from Regina Jones in Watson (unlocked at 30 Street Cred)|
|Mizutani||Shion “Coyote”||Purchasing for €$115,000 from Dakota Smith in The Badlands (unlocked at 20 Street Cred)|
|Mizuani||Shion “Nomad”||Completing the “With a Little Help From my Friends” side job by informing Saul of Panam’s plan|
|Mizuani||Shion “Wendigo”||Not available to purchase, but can be seen at random crime scenes in The Badlands|
|Porsche||911 Turbo||Completing the “Chippin’ In” side job|
|Quadra||Turbo-R 740||Purchasing for €$129,000 from Wakako Okada in Westbrook (unlocked at 30 Street Cred)|
|Quadra||Turbo-R V-Tech||Completing the “Sex on Wheels” side job|
|Quadra||Type-66 640 TS||Purchasing for €$58,000 from a fixer in City Center (unlocked at 20 Street Cred)|
|Quadra||Type-66 “Avenger”||Purchasing for €$55,000 from Dino Dinovic in City Center (unlocked at 20 Street Cred)|
|Quadra||Type-66 “Cthulhu”||Purchasing for €$76,000 from Regina Jones in Watson (unlocked at 50 Street Cred), or for completing “The Beast in Me” side job by saving Sampson|
|Quadra||Type-66 “Javelina”||Purchasing for €$73,000 from Dakota Smith in The Badlands (unlocked at 30 Street Cred)|
|Quadra||Type-66 “Jen Rowley”||Purchasing for €$58,000 from Muamar Reyes in Santo Domingo (unlocked at 20 Street Cred)|
List of Hypercars in Cyberpunk 2077
The true luxury vehicles of Night City are Hypercars — high-end machines that boast impressive stats and stunning aesthetics at the same time. Unsurprisingly, these cars are highly costly, and it’s vanishingly rare to find one for sale; but V will get a few opportunities to obtain one during the course of the game.
|Herrera||Outlaw GTS||Purchasing for €$62,000 from Dino Dinovic in City Center (unlocked at 30 Street Cred)|
|Rayfield||Aerondight S9 “Guinevere”||Purchasing for €$225,000 from Wakako Okada in Westbrook (unlocked at 50 Street Cred)|
|Rayfield||Caliburn||Purchasing for €$157,000 from Dino Dinovic in City Centre (unlocked at 40 Street Cred) (white version) or found for free in The Badlands in freeroam after completing the “Ghost Town” main job (black version)|
List of Motorcycles in Cyberpunk 2077
Motorcycles in Cyberpunk 2077 offer a few advantages over cars. A high-performance motorcycle tends to cost a little less than a car with equivalent stats, and of course they offer greater manoeuvrability which can be useful in a number of situations. Also, riding a motorbike is one of the few third-person parts of the game that allows you to admire your carefully crafted V while they weave in and out of traffic.
|ARCH||Nazaré||Purchasing for €$138,000 from Wakako Okada in Westbrook (unlocked at 40 Street Cred)|
|ARCH||Nazaré Itsumade||Completing “The Highwayman” side job|
|ARCH||Nazaré “Jackie’s ARCH”||Completing the “Heroes” side job|
|Brennan||Apollo||Purchasing for €$94,000 from Sebastian “Padre” Ibarra in Heywood (unlocked at 30 Street Cred)|
|Brennan||Apollo “Scorpion”https://www.vg247.com/”Nomad”||Completing the “Life During Wartime” main job|
|Yaiba||Kusanagi CT-3X||Purchasing for €$22,000 from Wakako Okada in Westbrook (unlocked at 12 Street Cred)|
List of Heavy-Duty vehicles in Cyberpunk 2077
Heavy-Duty vehicles are incredibly handy in all-out combat situations, since they’re mostly military designs built to roll easily over enemies while protecting their occupants from harm. Unfortunately, V can’t buy these military-grade means of transportation, so though they can be stolen they can’t be owned or summoned — with one exception.
|Thorton||Mackinaw “Beast”||Completing “The Beast in Me” side job|
How to get Johnny Silverhand’s Porsche 911 Turbo in Cyberpunk 2077
To put the keys to Johnny Silverhand’s gorgeous Porsche 911 Turbo in your pocket, you need to follow the main story to Act 3.
At this point, you’ll have the opportunity to embark on an optional quest line: Chippin’ In.
Avoiding spoilers, follow this quest and you’ll eventually come into possession of the “Old Access Card”.
Look to the left of where you get it and you’ll see a shipping container suspended from a crane. Climb the ladder in front of your to the controls and activate them.
This lowers the car to ground, so hop in and it’s added to your garage.
That’s it for Cyberpunk 2077’s various vehicles. For more on the RPG, take a look at how you should dish out your attributes, and what the best Cyberpunk 2077 mods are if you’re playing on PC.