According to popular rumour, there are enjoyable video games which don’t involve racing cars. And to celebrate the launch of one much-anticipated example, Forza Horizon 4 adds the Cyberpunk 2077 Quadra Turbo-R V-TECH.
The good news is that the Quadra should be fun to drive even if you’re not invested in the retro sci-fi of the latest title from CD Projekt Red (developers of The Witcher series). Not only does it look great, but it features a 607hp, twin-turbo V8, all wheel drive, and absolutely massive rear tyres.
And it’s easy to earn within Forza Horizon 4, as it’s a reward for completing an Edinburgh street race named “_:NIGHTCITY.EXE:_”, marked with a Street Scene icon east of the city.
The other way to drive the mix between a Ferrari Testarossa, drag racer and dystopian automative fever dream is in Cyberpunk 2077, where you can upgrade your Archer Hella EC-D by completing the “Life’s Work” gig.
In Cyberpunk 2077, the Quadra puts out 740hp, possibly due to the fictional CHO00H2 fuel used for all the vehicles in the game. Along with the fictional creations, CD Projekt Red have included a 1977 Porsche 911 Turbo (930) in the 25 cars and 3 bikes available.
Speaking of real vehicles, one of the motorcycle choices is the Arch Nazare, which is based on the real Method 143 a bike produced by Arch Motorcycle. And that company was founded by Gard Hollinger and a certain Keanu Reeves, who also features in Cyberpunk 2077 as the former owner of the above-mentioned bare metal Porsche.
Forza Horizon 4 adds the Cyberpunk 2077 Quadra Turbo-R V-TECH just days after the Series 30 update and new Super7 feature has been added by Playground Games.
So it’s a good time to catch up on all the latest Forza Horizon news and updates right here. Or check out the complete list of all cars available in the game with our full Forza Horizon 4 car list. It joins other fictional vehicles including the Warthog from Halo.