Cyberpunk 2077 – The Supercars of Night City

Cyberpunk 2077‘s episode four of Night City Wire had a prime focus on the different types of vehicles you could drive in Night City. Across my playthroughs, I’m still about 500,000 Eddies short so I could buy five more of these cars. It’ll take time, but the devs took their time to release this, so that means I can take my time too.

Don’t look at me like that, even with all these rides, you’re my main ride!

Even if I sold everything I owned including all my legendary and iconic gear, that would net me around E$130k, which would afford me just one of those rides. Night City rides can get quite expensive.

That being said, I was able to buy most of these vehicles, with the most expensive being E$225k, and I tell you, it’s not a good ride. One star, will not buy again. However, they are worth it for the eye candy.

Rayfield Aerondight “Guinevere” E$225,000

So worth it, in fact, that I even created an impromptu photo shoot to show off the fruits of my labor and doing every gig to afford them. Even then, I have to wait for future content as I’ve run out of gigs to do and I’m not going to zero every gonk in the city to buy all these cars for a lousy silver trophy.

Without further ado, here are the super cars you could own and take for a ride.

Quadra Series

The Type-66 is Quadra’s luxury line of fabulous super cars. I owned my first at E$55,000 and it was worth every penny. They’re built like tanks and cut through the highways like knife on butter. Handling, however, is another story, as I actually prefer the Mizutanis for that. Yet as far as owning muscle cars are concerned, this is the probably the only way I could get my hands on a Challenger in this lifetime.

Mizutani Series

I love the Mizutani series. The design reminds me of Japanese cars in the 80s and 90s, and it’s quite a return to childhood. There’s not a lot you could acquire from your fixers as they all seem to be fixated on the Type-66s. Yet in terms of handling with speed, they’re the best. Great for highway driving and scouring the Badlands with its Nomad variant. They’re not build like tanks, but they can cut corners so smoothly they’re worth the price tag.


I feel that these cars are definitely overrated. They do look nice, but handling-wise, not so much. They come with a nice armor plating to take with you on missions, but most of them run above 60k with the most expensive being 225k. Pro-tip, I’d invest more on cyberware instead.


Probably the most efficient way to get from point A to point B. Bikes are equivalent to horses from The Witcher 3 and aside from the Mizutani line, it’s my go-to ride. Especially the Kusanagi CT-3X. With a matching orange jacket, pants, and kitted out tech rifle- it’s the Kaneda cosplay I’ve always dreamed about.

Plus, the Arch series collab features much of the bike designs along with its most premium model going at E$139k, it’s faster than the Kusanagi, but at $22k with better cornering, I’ll stick to my baby.

Other than that, aside from selfies, the high end rides are more for the ‘gram rather than actual utility. You’re better off with your starter car, it may not have the speed, but it gets the job done.

If racing is your thing, you could always do the “Unleash The Beast” side job that allow you to race throughout Night City highways and the Badlands. It is fun for a side quest and a way to get the most out of your investment. Happy riding!

Cyberpunk 2077 is now available on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, PC, and Stadia.

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