More new cars have arrived for The Crew 2, with a KTM, Infiniti and Koenigsegg making up Elite Bundle #10.
Available as of the 5th April for PC, PlayStation and Xbox players, the new content pack is priced at 1,734,879 in-game credits or 210,663 Crew Credits (CC), with 15 per cent off at present. For reference, a pack of 100,000 CC costs £7.99/$9.99 or 200,000 CC £15.99/$19.99.
KTM X-BOW GTX (2020)
This track-only racer by the Austrian manufacturer is powered by an Audi-derived 2.5-litre turbocharged engine with 532bhp. While not the exact same specification as the GT2 car raced in SRO’s motorsport championship, the GTX has been tailored with the affluent driver in mind as the ultimate track toy
This is in the Hypercar category within The Crew 2.
Infiniti Q60 Project Black S Concept (2018)
This aggressive version of the Q60 coupe was a one-off created to link the road car division of Nissan with its then Formula 1 sponsorship of the Red Bull team. Not only did it feature a new aerodynamic body kit, but it also used a KERS-style hybrid boost feature, akin to that used on a race track.
This is in the Street Race category within The Crew 2.
Koenigsegg CCGT (2007)
The CCGT joins an already extensive Kornigsegg lineup within The Crew 2 and is a racing focussed side project that amalgamated bits from the CCR and CCX models. It was designed to compete at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the GT1 category, but the rules changed before it could take part.
This is in the Touring Car category within The Crew 2.
This new set of vehicles follows the addition Season 5 Episode 1 of Motorflix – American Legends – in March and the promise of new skies and higher frame rates later this year. There’s still plenty going on in the world of The Crew 2.