Assetto Corsa EVO: Confirmed Cars & Tracks

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With the sim set to launch in 2024, fans were wondering what the list of Assetto Corsa EVO cars and tracks would look like. Here are the confirmed vehicles and locations.

Confirmed content as of June 27, 2024


Assetto Corsa EVO Car List​

Alfa Romeo​

  • Alfa Romeo Giulia GTAm
  • Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA


  • Alpine A110 S
  • Alpine A290_β


  • Hyundai i20N
  • Hyundai N Vision 74


  • Lamborghini Huracán STO


  • Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (992)
  • Porsche 911 Turbo (964)


  • Mercedes-Benz 190E Evo II


Assetto Corsa EVO Track List​

  • Brands Hatch
  • Imola
  • Nürburgring-Nordschleife


Which cars and tracks would you like to see in Assetto Corsa EVO? Let us know on Twitter @OverTake_gg or in the comments below!
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I wanted to see the entire list of cars and tracks

They need this post for SEO purposes, so they keep updating it and search engines consider it frequently updated and referred to ;)

Hopefully this next comment will age terribly: that set of cars does not look interesting to me at all. One race car, the Porsche cup, but everything else is a road car. Then pics of some great circuits...
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The 930 and 190E are road cars which AC OG had the race cars.

We can expect more road cars related from race cars of AC OG and vice-versa?
As many historic and classic road cars, famous movie ones and old and formula/race cars as possible, prego. Cars which made history, in a nutshell. Old Porsches (from 930, Carrera RS, 959, 964 - pictured, I think, to 993 and 996), Ford Escort Cosworth, the one and only Ford Mustang Boss 1970 (main car in many movies), the original Shelby GT500 and a the 2024 one, Bullitt's '68 Mustang Fastback, the one and only Dodge Viper GTS gen2 (the Cobra's spiritual successor, after all), a good E46 M3 and E39 M5 (facelift please), Lancia Delta Integrale/S4, Subaru Impreza 22B, a few good Caterhams as well as a modern Donkervoort, the Supra and Charger from the original Fast and the Furious, KITT from Knight Rider, as many Zagato touched road cars as feasible, the McLaren F1 and GMA T50, Aston Valkyrie and all the good old ones starting with Bond's DB5, the DBR1, DB4 GT Zagato, V8, Bugatti Tourbillon just for the engine statement it makes in these times, Jaguar D Type (1955) and an E Type from the 60s, the XJ220, Lotus Emira, all the original cars from Need For Speed 1 and 2 (you won't go wrong with these) and last but not least, some glorious restomods of today: the Singer 911 (classic), the DLS, and the Turbo; Alfaholics GTA; Eagle's Lightweight GT; Cyan Racing’s Volvo P1800; MAT Stratos; Prodrive P25 and the Kimera EVO38 and Classic Recreations' Eleanor from Gone in 60 Seconds and the Carbon Shelby Cobra. Emphasis should be put on cars that actually celebrate driving, compared to cars that celebrate latest tech and weird design choices just to be different. Oh, and as little modern GT/endurance models as possible, as present sims offer enough of that for an overload. Modern F1 cars can take a break as well. Classic ones are welcome - 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s. People - especially newer generations - need to know where today's cars come from and their evolution, at least the last 70 years. Modern cars often take stylistic inspiration from the timeless ones from the last century; the metaphoric hat has to be tipped to them. And, please, do make on and off throttle engine sound what it really is, including induction noise.
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Nice list @Yannik Haustein , that will be a good post to keep up to date as more picture (hopefully) will come up.
Looking back at AC launch, we had one car and one track, this is already much more. :D
Launching a game with limited content would not be a bad idea, particularly if it all works flawlessly, rather than a ton of content with many bugs.
Then release new content every week or 2, I would not mind that. Forces you to explore what is available, savor it, rather than binge on everything at once.
Kunos content is so rich in details it is worth take it slow and appreciate the workmanship.
Hyundai N Vision 74:inlove:....may not be to every ones tastes, but really like the look of this car:confused::cool:


Look forward to trying this and other cars out around the familiar Sim tracks:)
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Good to see, although screenshots don't impress me anymore. But will not criticize till see the game running, hopefully crisp and smooth, unlike ACC, that has the same quality when freezed, unlike running.
Some of the comments on this post prove just how thick some people are. From people thinking this is a list for Early Access or that it is an initial release list when all it is, is a list compiled from what you can see in the screenshots. I hope they don't release into early access because as proved already some people can't grasp the concept at all. And I hope they stick to how the original AC was, not a massive car list but the ones that are there are incredibly detailed.
Great start.

I hope for about the same type of content as AMS2/rF2: focus on race cars instead of road cars and lots of race tracks around the world. I hope that all the british tracks are included(all of rF2/AMS2 combined) and many others of course. The more high quality laserscanned tracks and race cars/prototypes/open wheelers the better. I hope that there are open wheelers too because it's not shown yet. I also hope for lots of historical content(cars/tracks).

It would be amazing if it includes some rally stages too. Because there's currently no good new rally sim, RBR/DR2 are getting old and WRC is not a proper sim.

So yes much wishes :) But if it comes with a small amount of content at launch I'm happy already if the VR implementation is perfect and the physics/tires/handling are great too. Because the graphics/sounds are probably great already, that's at least what I expect.

Edit: sys requirements are 100GB so there's probably a lot of content at launch !
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