Automobilista 2’s rallycross-themed Adrenaline Pack Pt1 DLC out now as huge v1.5 update lands 

Ross McGregor
Automobilista 2’s v1.5 update is out now, adding numerous free upgrades and game fixes, with the new rallycross-themed Adrenaline Pack Pt1 DLC supplying the sim with its first batch of off-road racing fun.
Automobilista 2, v1,5 update, Adrenaline Pack Pt1, Volkswagen Polo RX, Barcelona RX

Reiza Studios continues adding comprehensive updates to Automobilista 2, with Tuesday evening’s (25th July 2023) mammoth v1.5 patch arriving alongside the new off-road racing-flavoured Adrenaline Pack Pt1 DLC. 

Apart from the headlining new paid-for DLC content, Reiza has stressed that it has now completely overhauled the physics of all the sim’s car classes (barring karts), with a free 2023 upgrade to the Stock Car Toyota Corolla alongside the addition of a PA Gen2 class featuring the Ginetta G58, among others. 

Automobilista 2, v1,5 update, Adrenaline Pack Pt1, Volkswagen Polo RX, Barcelona RX

New AI lines have been implemented across several tracks with attention paid to reducing the instances of tyre flat-spotting. In terms of game options, an in-game spotter has been added – especially helpful for rallycross racing – with rubbered-up racing lines now extremely slippery in wet weather. 

Automobilista 2 Adrenaline Pack Pt1 DLC contents 

Onto the main event: the Adrenaline Pack Pt1. This dirt-centred content features four real-world rallycross supercars, including the Bauhaus-sponsored Volkswagen Polo RX previously campaigned by multiple FIA World Rallycross champion Johan Kristofferson. 

The Mini Countryman, Citroen DS3 and Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X are also represented in the new RX class, with World Rallycross layouts for Spa-Francorchamps, Hockenheimring, Nürburgring and Barcelona now ready to drive.  

Automobilista 2, v1,5 update, Adrenaline Pack Pt1, Mini RX, Hockenheim RX

Three fictional off-road courses – Ascurra, Tykki and Foz – are part of the DLC too, with seven layouts in total, where players can drive the new Kartcross and Formula Dirt classes to their heart’s content. 

Automobilista 2’s Adrenaline Pack Pt1 is available now for PC via Steam, priced at £16.99. 

Have you sampled Automobilista 2’s v1.5 update? What’s your favourite piece of content? Let us know in the comments below. 

Automobilista 2 V1.4.8.1 -> V1.5.0.0 changelog 


  • Adrenaline Pack Pt1: 
  • Added Ascurra Dirt Track (2 layouts) 
  • Added Tykki Dirt Track (4 layouts) 
  • Added Foz dirt track 
  • Added RX layouts of Barcelona, Hockenheimring, Nürburgring, Spa-Francorchamps 
  • Added Rallycross class featuring Polo RX, Mini RX, Citroen RX & MIT Lancer X 
  • Added Formula Dirt class 
  • Added Kartcross class 
  • Free base game content: 
  • Added P1 Gen2 class featuring Metalmoro AJR Gen 2, Sigma P1 G5 & Ginetta G58 
  • Updated Stock Car Corolla 2023 


  • Added session auto-advance functionality for multiplayer sessions 
  • Minor adjustments to net code 
  • Mod Support: Added ability to define a mod and provide mod specific vehiclelist.lst and driveline.rg files. See ‘UserData/Mods/README.txt’ for details and examples 
  • Adjusted damage scalars for all settings for slightly overall less sensitive damage 
  • Added Spotter as a Gameplay option 
  • Fixed FFB wheel pulling on engine off 
  • Grid size for all track layouts bumped to accommodate at least 26 cars (except for kart and dirt tracks) 
  • Revised pit stop properties for F-Junior, F-Vintages, F-Retros, F-Classics, F-V12, F-V10, F-Reiza, F-Ultimates, F-USAs, F-3, F-Inter, F-Junior, F-Trainer, Group A, Group C, GT1, Stock Car Brasil 1999-2023, P1-P4, Sprint Race, Montana, GT5, Ginetta G40 Cup, Copa Truck, Street Cars, Hyper Cars, Supercars DPi, GTE, GT3, GT4, Ginetta G55 Supercup, Porsche Cup, Super V8, F-Vee 
  • Adjusted LiveTrack Grip Range (lower “green” baseline grip, slightly lower grip for Light, Medium Rubber presets, Heavy Rubber grip preserved) 
  • Rubber now loses grip with water saturation (racing line should be avoided in wet weather as a result) 
  • Curbs are now more slippery when wet 
  • Fixed excess tire wear/heating on grass, gravel and wet surfaces 
  • Added Halo Transparency option for F-Ultimate Gen1 & 2 to Display menu 
  • Fixed visual wheel camber in replays 
  • Added visible Safety Car during Full Course Yellows 
  • Vehicles from human opponents are now collidable during Multiplayer full course yellow 
  • Fixed an exploit in Time Trial where illegal pit areas would be used for cutting track. 


  • Updated main menu panel arts 
  • Added ‘Off-road’ track selection filter to Grade selection 
  • Added Rallycross race weekend preset for RX, F-Dirt & Kart Cross 
  • Added P1-4 classes to Brazilian Series vehicle selection filter 
  • Removed mandatory pit stop from F-Ultimate Gen2 preset 
  • Reduced pit limit from 160 km/h to 130 km/h in F-USA Historic preset to align with 2000 regs instead of 1995/98 


  • Completed physics revisions for all classes excepting the karts (125cc & 4-stroke) 
  • Adjusted tire flatspotting physics (generally reducing chances of flatspotting) 
  • Various adjustments to dirty air effects, correcting some interclass inconsistencies 
  • Adjusted undertray spring / damper / friction, fixing inconsistencies 
  • F-Junior: Restricted ride height range (min 4cm max 10cm) 
  • F-USA Gen2: Adjusted Swift 009C undertray points to fix performance issues; Fixed aero inconsistencies in SW model 


  • AI calibration pass for all revised classes 
  • Adjusted AI performance degradation with tire wear (Ai tire wear rates still under revision) 
  • Temporarily disabled effect of driver personality stamina and tire management skills´ influence on AI lap times while AI tire wear & performance degradation is in progress 
  • AI cars will now use the max available boost pressure setting instead of the default in qualifying laps 
  • Minor improvement to AI pit strategy during FCY 
  • Improved AI lines for Brands Hatch (both layouts), Spielberg GP, Spielberg Historic 1974, Nürburgring GP / Veedol layouts, Velopark, Cascais 1988, Interlagos, Montreal, Silverstone 1991, Silverstone 2001, Silverstone 2020, Spa-Francorchamps 2022 


  • Audio playback during fast-forwarding replays is now muted when doing high speed forward seek in replay 
  • Fixed missing gravel runoff sound for some cars 
  • Smoothed rev-limiter sound cutting out when engine bounces a lot on the limit 
  • Disabled audio for hidden environment animations (helicopters, drones) during test day & practice sessions 
  • Puddles and dirt sound effects are now panned left/right on track according to position 
  • Fixed Mercedes CLK GT1 & AMG GT3 missing attenuation on external gearshift samples. 
  • Chevrolet Corvette C8 Z06: adjusted interior engine sound 


  • Barcelona: Fixed various LOD pop issues in static and scene objects; Minor TSO optimization 
  • Indianapolis: Fixed some static object lod issues near T3 
  • Spa Francorchamps 2022: Returned wandering marshal to his post at Paul Frere 
  • Nürburgring 1971 Sudschleife: Moved rolling start location 200m before Nordkehre 


  • Adjusted suspension animation for F-V10, F-V12, F-inter, Lotus 79, Caterhams (all models) 
  • Camaro SS: Adjusted light glow textures, shadows & glass cracks 
  • McLaren Senna: Adjusted shadows (fixed missing rear wing) 
  • Copa Uno B: Adjusted shift warning light 
  • Brabham BT49: adjusted shift warning light 
  • Updated display for Porsche GT3-R, Porsche Cup models (display alarms added) 
  • Added pit limiter display warning to GTE / GT3 models that feature them 
  • F Ultimate Gen1: Added ERS mode and pit limiter 
  • Nissan GT1: fixed mismatching livery 
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