With the release of The Crew Motorfest, players are spoilt for choice with an abundance of cars and other vehicles. What are the must-haves, though? We have whittled it down to a select few that we think you should get.
No matter what type of motoring enthusiast you may be,The Crew Motorfest has a vehicle for you. This includes modified street tuners, off road trucks, hypercars, and even open-wheelers.
There are over 600 vehicles in the game (including motorcycles, planes and boats). Subsequently, the playerbase is hard at work earning the credits to buy them. For those who want a quick and easy method to earn credits, we put together a money guide.
But once the players have the money, the question becomes what to spend it on. We went looking for all the cars you could only obtain by purchasing. Here are those that we recommend and are worth the time spent grinding to obtain in The Crew Motorfest.
Lamborghini Terzo Millennio
Yeah, not everyone likes electric cars even though many of them are fast, in many cases more so than their ICE-powered counterparts. But for many drivers, part of the experience with a fast car is the sound.
Whilst V8s howl and V12s scream, electric motors merely whir. That ‘vacuum cleaner’-esque pitch is seen as no match for an analogue internal combustion engine. It is unfortunate that this prehistoric stubbornness can prevent people from enjoying many electric cars.
But if any electric car can convert a petrolhead, it has to be the Terzo Millennio.
One of the best things about Motorfest is that you can test drive cars for two minutes, and that was more than enough to convince us. The sound is unlike any other electric car, it sounds almost like the throttle is a hyperspace button. It sounds very analogue for an electric car.
Of course, the performance is the best part. Its four motors – one on each wheel – produce a total of 838 horsepower and can go from 0-60mph in a blistering 1.9 seconds. Plus, the top speed in-game goes as high as 255mph. Despite having less than half the power of the Lotus Evija, it’s so much quicker somehow!
Plus it handles very nicely, and the interior view paired up with that makes it an incredibly satisfying driving experience. It would be a worthy contender for a spot in your Motorfest garage. It costs either 2,000,600 Bucks or 285,800 Crew Credits.
Next up is a car that every Motorfest player is wanting to get their hands on. After asserting themselves as the supercar kings with the Veyron, Bugatti then went on to make the Chiron. Both were the top speed champions for the longest times.
But now they have gone one step further by creating the ultimate track car. The Bolide shares the same 8.0-litre quadturbo W16 as the Veyron and Chiron. But whilst the most powerful Chiron produces 1,577 horsepower, the Bolide bumps that up to 1,850 horsepower!
Plus if that wasn’t enough, whilst the Veyron and Chiron are very heavy, the Bolide is not.
The car comes in at 1,240 kilograms, giving it a power-to-weight ratio of close to 1.5hp per kg. What results is a 0-60mph time of 2.17 seconds and a claimed top speed of 311mph. It’s nowhere near that high in the game though. But top speed isn’t what makes this car special.
Teamed with how light it is, the shape of this car resembles a Le Mans Prototype. Therefore it is not just straights but also corners where it is fast. It is so quick around corners that it is pretty much the fastest of all the non-Alpha GP cars.
It is simply a must-have, and you can get it for either 2,268,700 Bucks or 324,100 Crew Credits.
IVT AGP R-07
If you follow a few F1 content creators, you will know that a few Red Bull F1 cars are in the game. They are not the only single seaters in The Crew Motorfest though, and the one we recommend you get is also one you will actually need.
The IVT AGP R-07 has the highest performance level stat in the class bar the Red Bull RB18 – which is won by completing the Motorsports playlist. Speaking of which, you will need to own the R-07 in order to take part in that.
The R-07 produces 900 horsepower and weighs 600 kilograms, pretty on the money for an F1-style car. Unlike real F1 cars though, it has active aerodynamics, with two little rear wings popping up with each corresponding type of corner. Also, unlike the RB18, no halo is in the way (which you cannot turn transparent).
But the best part about it? The cost. It only sets you back 800,000 Bucks or 114,300 Crew Credits, and you can also purchase it in a package with the Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 and Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Competizione (Daytona), which works out as infinitely less than getting all three seperate.
For those with a Season 1 Pass, we will also be recommending the Ferrari SF90 Stradale when it gets added.
Which cars are you planning on buying in The Crew Motorfest? Let us know on Twitter @OverTake_gg or in the comments below!