Experience instant torque with Project CARS 3’s Electric Pack DLC

Experience instant torque with Project CARS 3’s Electric Pack

The final DLC pack for Project CARS 3 is now available and it provides quite the shock.

The Electric Pack follows on from the Legends, Style and Power Pack sets and completes the Season Pass. It’s available for $9.99/£7.99/€9.99 on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Four electric cars are included as part of this addition alongside five patterns, five racing numbers, five wheel designs, 12 car liveries, 10 license plate designs, 10 tyre types, 20 decals and one new female character. That’s a sizeable bundle of customisation items.

Project CARS 3 Porsche Taycan

When it comes to the new vehicle, the Porsche Taycan Turbo S leads the pack. Currently taking the world by storm, it delivers knock-out BEV performance combined with sharp handling and stand-out looks. This is the third game the car has appeared in, after GT Sport and DIRT 5.

Project CARS 3 NIO EP9

Alongside the Porsche is the Volkswagen ID.R – the Pikes Peak, Goodwood, Nürburgring Nordschleife and Tianmen Shan Big Gate Road conquering sports prototype – and the Audi AI:RACE, an electric concept car with the option of a centralised driving position.

Audi AI:RACE Project CARS 3

To cap off the new content is the NIO EP9 BEV hypercar. It also holds a Nordschliefe record when Peter Dumbreck managed an astonishing 6:45.90 lap. Only six were made and all went to NIO investors. This is a rare chance to get behind the wheel, so to speak.

There is a suite of career events too in which to use your new vehicles, with 48 objectives to aim for and six Trophies/Achievements.

Jaguar Season 7 Sam Bird Formula E Project CARS 3

The Electric Pack coincides with the release of a new patch for the game which brings with it the renowned Dutch racing circuit, Zandvoort, and the latest Season 7 liveries for the Gen2 Formula E car. It’s worth noting that this is the current version of Zandvoort with the banked Arie Luyendijk Bocht corner. The track and the liveries are free to all players.

That’s it for now on Project CARS 3, enjoy this latest addition and stay tuned to Traxion for the future of the Project CARS series.

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