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Latest CarX Drift Racing 2 version 1.17.0 adds two new cars

Latest CarX Drift Racing 2 version 1.17.0 adds two new cars

One of the more popular mobile racing games on Android and Apple devices, CarX Drift Racing 2 has a new update available as of Monday (29th November). Version 1.17.0 for the drift racing handheld experience is headlined by two new cars to race with. They’re called the Consul GT and the Prestigio, likely not familiar names to car enthusiasts.

While there are no officially licensed cars in the mobile racer, these two new cars do take similarities to some well known counterparts. The Consul GT reminds us of the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Coupe, while the Prestigio kind of looks like a Lamborghini Huracán. Also, there are some new body kits available for a handful of existing cars in the game already.

By the way, this mobile game is part of the same group that worked on CarX Drift Racing Online, which is a more fleshed out drift game that’s available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch platforms. It’s also the same company working on the upcoming CarX Street.

Latest CarX Drift Racing 2 version 1.17.0 adds two new cars
The “Prestigio” added in the CarX Drift Racing 2 Version 1.17.0 update.

Other new and exciting features are included in the changelog below. I’m checking out this game for the first time, and while drifting really isn’t my style, I must say that the graphics, features, and user reviews are pretty good. If you haven’t tried it out yet, it’s on Google Play and the Apple iOS App Store for free. Let us know what you think about it in the comments!

Version 1.17.0 changelog:

  • New cars: Consul GT and Prestigio;
  • New body kits for Phoenix NX, Wellington, and Hummel;
  • Spectator mode and car replacement in online rooms;
  • Improved interface and limited angle at the finish in XDS mode;
  • Club workshop;
  • Rewards for achieving R1 in singleplayer;
  • Springstone location in online room mode;
  • 150 new vinyls, Japanese characters;
  • Swaps for rear-engined cars.

Images thanks to CarX Technologies

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