This is a racing game so you begin the game with a vehicle. After meeting some new fellows you can trade your old cars for the new ones. As you earn more money, you can increase your car collection. Every car is different from another. Certain vehicles are better for specific events than others.
If you want some to collect Free Parts for your car, you can check out this Free Parts Location Guide.
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Here is the list of all the 50 cars that you will see in Need for Speed, beat them in the challenge and they will be available in your garage.
Acura RSX-S (2004)
The Acura RSX Type S is powered by the same high-revving Honda K20A2 engine that motivates the EP3 Civic and of course, its Honda twin, the JDM Integra Type R. this car is best for circuit and drift racing because of its front-wheel drive layout, limited slip differential and unmistakable VTEC induction roar.
BMW M3 Evolution II E30 (1988)
Produced by BMW, This car is best for its enlarged boxy guards, iconic retro styling cues and user-friendly handling characteristics. Its 4 cylinder engine and light weight makes it best for racing.
BMW M2 (2016)
This is a 6 cylinder and rear – wheel drive car. With an engine output of 272 kW (370 HP) and a maximum torque of 500 Nm, this car is a beast, letting you know the true promise of ultimate driving pleasure!
BMW M3 E46 (2006)
The best BMW car of all the time. M3’s rear – wheel – drive layout, throaty 3.2-liter straight-six engine and incredible sound makes it perfect for the racers. Its superb throttle response and perfect handling makes it the best racing car.
BMW M3 E92 (2010)
This is the first BMW car which used V8 engine. It is a two door sports car with a carbon fiber roof and has all the modern features. With its 8,300rpm redline; it has instantaneous throttle response and a howling exhaust note like no other!
BMW M4 (2014)
M4 is very powerful car with more power and more torque. It’s317kW (431hp) twin turbo straight six engine makes it a beast. M4’s lightweight, carbon fiber-reinforced parts and dashing look can attract any car lover.
Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 (2014)
This car can dominate any opponent with its high performance 7.0-liter LS7 V8 engine, packing a brutal 505hp. New Camaro is packed with modern technologies, tones of grip and stopping power from massive carbon ceramic brakes. This car is an ultimate beast.
Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (2013)
This car is your perfect companion to dominate the streets. Z06 has a lightweight aluminum frame, larger carbon fiber front and rear fenders. And its 7.0-liter LS7 V8 engine produces 505hp and 470 lb-ft of torque.
Dodge Challenger SRT8 (2014)
This car is based on a modified version of the Chrysler LX platform. Dodge Challenger is two door, rear wheel drive car. New SRT8 is powered by a burbling 6.4-liter 392 HEMI V8 with 470hp and plenty of torque. This monster is waiting for you in the game.
Dodge Viper SRT (2014)
This car has a behemoth 8.4-liter V10 engine under the hood. The Viper SRT is bred for speed with 640 horses being sent to the rear wheels. This car is amazingly fast and ready to knock down the opponents.
Ferrari 458 Italia (2009)
If we look at this beast, we’ll come to know that this car is completely new from every side like engine, gearbox, chassis, suspensions, electronic controls, aerodynamics, design, instrumentation and ergonomics. It has V8 562hp strung mud engine that makes it a reliable ride.
Ferrari F40 (1987)
This one is the last car that the great Enzo Ferrari commissioned before his death. F40 can be easily referred world’s best super car. It has twin turbocharged V8 engine and its panels are made of Kevlar and carbon fiber for strength and weight reduction.
Ford Focus RS (2016)
This car has a 2.3 liter four cylinder EcoBoost engine. This beast has 345hp and can distribute its 324 lb-Ft Mountain of torque to all four wheels through an intelligent all-wheel-drive system.
Ford Mustang (1965)
This classic beast is incredible. Its sporty look and reasonable price made it popular form the day first. With its small-block V-8 burbling through a throaty exhaust, this thoroughbred still turns heads wherever it goes.
Ford Mustang BOSS 302 (1969)
The Boss 302 was introduced in 1969. It has rambunctious 302 V-8 engine and its race ready appearance including the features like bodyside ‘c-stripes’, optional rear window louvres and an adjustable decklid spoiler makes it an icon.
Ford Mustang Fox body (1990)
Fox body was the third generation of this Pony Car. It has 5.0-liter pushrod small block V-8 engine. And it’s been lived by many enthusiasts.
Ford Mustang GT (2015)
The new Mustang sets new standards for the beloved marque. It has advanced suspension set up and thunderous five-liter Coyote V-8. With 435hp in factory trim, the latest Mustang has the performance to deliver on the promise of its good looks.
Honda Civic Type-R (2000)
The 6th generation EK9 was the first Honda Civic car which received Type R badge. Just wait until you hear that punchy B16B 4-cylinder VTEC engine screaming through the streets at 8200rpm!
Honda NSX Type-R (1992)
This car was designed as a track ready racing machine. Based on a lightweight, aluminum monocoque chassis with an aggressive suspension set up and a high performance 3.0 liter DOHC VTEC V6 engine, this is the perfect car for street racing.
Honda S2000 (2009)
This is a fancy car for racing. Its balanced chassis and high revving, DOHC VTEC F20C engine, the facelift AP2 featured retuned suspension makes it a great car.
Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 (2014)
This extreme stylish racing car has powerful V12 engine producing 700hp and capable of 0-100km/h in only 2.9 seconds. Aventador will make the ultimate statement on the streets.
Lamborghini Diablo SV (1995)
Diablo SV was introduced in 1995 and it is powered by screaming 510hp V12 engine and is instantly recognizable by its sharp, sloping form and outlandish, futuristic styling. It has Lamborghini’s signature scissor-doors, and its rear-drive layout loves to get sideways.
Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 (2015)
This car is named Baby Lambo and it has mid-engined, naturally aspirated V10 engine delivering power to all four wheels. This beast is built to be driven at its best.
Lamborghini Murciélago LP 670-4 SV (2010)
This car is designed for ultimate performance. The LP 670–4 is SV is the most performance oriented version of Murciélago. It has 6.5-liter V12, the special edition; four-wheel drive SuperVeloce is lighter and tuned for 30hp more than the standard Murciélago LP 640. This car can go up to 342km/h.
Lotus Exige S (2006)
This car is famous for its lightweight chassis and perfect balance. It has a supercharged Toyota DOHC VVTL-i four-pot producing 220 bhp, and it weighs less than 1,000 kg.