Ultimate Project CARS 2 Car List
With the latest DLC updates, Project CARS 2 now boasts a list of over 200 vehicles for your driving or drifting pleasures. Find the ride of your dreams with our comprehensive Project CARS 2 car list.
- Project CARS 2 Car List (Including DLC Content)
- Additional DLC Content
- Frequently Asked Car Questions
It’s been over three years since the initial release of Project CARS 2, but the racing simulator has aged like a fine wine, with Slightly Mad Studios ironing out the bugs and frequently releasing epic new cars and tracks along the way.
When the game initially launched in September 2017, it featured a respectable 180 cars. Since then, five additional DLC packs have followed, and there’s now a vastly improved selection of 205 vehicles from 35 manufacturers across the globe for you to enjoy.
Admittedly, this number may still not look too impressive compared to some of its competitors, such as Forza Motorsport 7, which features over 800 cars following the various DLC updates.
However, many enthusiasts have complained that FM7’s car list includes many re-hashed old models. They’ve also included many purpose-made vehicles from their open-world arcade game, Forza Horizon 4.
Sure, getting behind the wheel of an off-roader is tremendous fun. Well, until you remember that FM7 only allows you to race around circuits, that is.
Thankfully, each of the vehicles in Project CARS 2 serves a purpose. With nine motorsport disciplines and 29 motorsport series’ featuring in the game, you’ll be able to push them all to their absolute limits.
With that said, if you’re feeling adventurous, you could even take them beyond their limits. Have you ever fancied taking your shiny new Porsche or Ferrari ice drifting? Project CARS 2 has you covered.
Project CARS 2 provides the perfect stepping stone for those who are getting serious with your sim racing.
Once you feel you’ve mastered what Project CARS 2 has to offer, there’s a great selection out there for PC sim racers, with games such as iRacing, Assetto Corsa, and even the GT-racing focused Assetto Corsa Competizione.
With the continued popularity of Project CARS 2 despite its successor hitting the market, we’ve had several requests to create a full, up-to-date car list, which features all of the games’ DLC updates.
After the launch of Project CARS 3 in August 2020, we would be shocked if any further updates arrive after releasing a brand-new game, but you can count on us to add them to our list if they do.
If you prefer to check out the car list in video format, then Calem MrNazreenn on YouTube will provide everything you could need:
Let’s check out the complete car list for Project CARS 2, which includes all DLC updates.
If you’re looking to see which features in specific DLC packs, make sure you head to the bottom of our list, where we’ll be breaking down what you’ll get with each pack.
Project CARS 2 Car List (Including DLC Content)
- 2017 Acura NSX
- 2017 Acura NSX GT3
- 1963 Agajanian Watson Roadster
- 2017 Aston Martin DB11
- 1959 Aston Martin DBR1-300
- 2014 Aston Martin V8 Vantage GTE
- 2013 Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4
- 2013 Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3
- 2015 Aston Martin Vantage GT12
- 2015 Aston Martin Vulcan
- 1989 Audi 90 quattro IMSA-GTO
- 2013 Audi A1 quattro
- 2002 Audi R8
- 2015 Audi R8 LMS
- 2015 Audi R8 LMS Endurance
- 2016 Audi R8 V10 plus
- 2014 Audi R18 e-tron quattro
- 1991 Audi V8 quattro DTM (DLC Only – Motorsport Cars Pack)
- 2016 Audi R18 (Le Mans) (DLC Only – Spirit of Le Mans Pack)
- 2016 Audi R18 (Fuji) (DLC Only – Spirit of Le Mans Pack)
- Audi Sport quattro S1 (DLC Only – Fun Pack)
- Audi S1 EKX RX (DLC Only – Fun Pack)
- 2017 BAC Mono
- 2015/2016 Bentley Continental GT3
- 2016 Bentley Continental GT3 Endurance
- 2003 Bentley Speed 8
- 2011 BMW 1-Series M Coupe
- 2011 BMW 1-Series M Coupe (StanceWorks Edition)
- 1973 BMW 2002 Turbo
- 1973 BMW 2002 (StanceWorks Edition)
- 2012 BMW 320 TC
- 1978 BMW 320 Turbo Group 5
- 1981 BMW M1 Procar
- 1991 BMW M3 E30 Group A
- 2012 BMW M3 GT4
- 2016 BMW M6 GT3
- 2016 BMW M6 GTLM
- 1999 BMW V12 LMR
- 2012 BMW Z4 GT3
- 2016 Cadillac ATS-V.R GT3
- 2012 Caterham SP/300.R
- 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Trans Am
- 2015 Chevrolet Corvette C7 Z06
- 2016 Chevrolet Corvette C7.R
- Citroen DS3 RX Supercar (DLC Only – Fun Pack)
- 2016 Dallara DW12 Chevrolet (Road Course)
- 2016 Dallara DW12 Chevrolet (Speedway)
- 2016 Dallara DW12 Honda (Road Course)
- 2016 Dallara DW12 Honda (Speedway)
- 1956 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta (DLC Only – Ferrari Essentials Pack)
- 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa (DLC Only – Ferrari Essentials Pack)
- 1970 Ferrari 512 S (DLC Only – Spirit of Le Mans Pack)
- 1970 Ferrari 512 M (DLC Only – Spirit of Le Mans Pack)
- 1978 ferrari 512 BB LM (DLC Only – Ferrari Essentials Pack)
- 1984 Ferrari 288 GTO
- 1987 Ferrari F40 (DLC Only – Ferrari Essentials Pack)
- 1995 Ferrari F355 Challenge (DLC Only – Ferrari Essentials Pack)
- 2015 Ferrari 458 Special Aperta (DLC Only – Ferrari Essentials Pack)
- 2015 Ferrari FXX-K (DLC Only – Ferrari Essentials Pack)
- 2017 Ferrari F12tdf (DLC Only – Ferrari Essentials Pack)
- 1971 Ferrari 365 GTB4 Competizione
- 2016 Ferrari 488 GTE
- 2016 Ferrari 488 GT3
- 1994 Ferrari F40 LM
- 1996 Ferrari F50 GT
- 2013 Ferrari LaFerrari
- 1980 Ford Capri Zakspeed Group 5
- 1972 Ford Escort Mk1 RS1600
- 1972 Ford Escort Mk1 RS1600 SMS-R
- 1972 Ford Escort Mk1 RS1600 RX
- 2015 Ford F-150 RTR Ultimate Funhaver
- 2013 Ford Falcon FG V8 Supercar
- 2016 Ford Focus RS RX
- 2016 Ford Fusion Stockcar
- 2017 Ford GT
- 2016 Ford GT LM GTE
- 1967 Ford GT40 MkIV
- 1966 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback
- 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302R1
- 1997 Ford Mustang Cobra TransAm
- 2015 Ford Mustang GT
- 2017 Ford Mustang RTR GT4
- 1988 Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth Group A
- Ford RS200 Evolution Group B (DLC Only – Fun Pack)
- Ford Bronco “Brocky” (DLC Only – Fun Pack)
- Ford Mustang RTR Spec 5-D (DLC Only – Fun Pack)
- 1966 Ford Mustang ’66 RTR (DLC Only – Fun Pack)
- 2013 Ginetta G40 GT5
- 2013 Ginetta G40 Junior
- 2013 Ginetta G55 GT3
- 2013 Ginetta G55 GT4
- 2016 Ginetta G57-P2
- 2016 Ginetta LMP3
- 2015 Honda’s 2&4 Concept Car (DLC Only – Japanese Car Pack)
- 2016 Honda Civic GRC
- 2016 Honda Civic Type R (DLC Only – Japanese Car Pack)
- 1974 Jaguar E-Type V12 (DLC Only – Motorsport Cars Pack)
- 2016 Jaguar F-Type SVR
- 1994 Jaguar XJ220 S TWR
- 1988 Jaguar XJR-9
- 1988 Jaguar XJR-9 LM
- 2016 KTM X-Bow GT4
- 2015 KTM X-Bow R
- 2015 Lamborghini Huracan LP 620-2 Super Trofeo
- 2015 Lamborghini Huracan GT3
- 2013 Lamborghini Veneno
- 2014 Ligier JS P2 Honda
- 2014 Ligier JS P2 Judd
- 2014 Ligier JS P2 Nissan
- 1963 Lotus Type 25 Climax
- 1965 Lotus Type 38 Ford
- 1965 Lotus Type 40 Ford
- 1967 Lotus Type 49 Cosworth
- 1970 Lotus Type 49C Cosworth
- 1967 Lotus Type 51
- 1968 Lotus Type 56
- 1972 Lotus Type 72D Cosworth
- 1977 Lotus Type 78 Cosworth
- 1986 Lotus Type 98T Renault Turbo
- 2015 Mazda MX-5 Radbul
- 2016 McLaren 570S
- 2015 McLaren 650S GT3
- 2017 McLaren 720S
- 1992 McLaren F1
- 1997 McLaren F1 GTR Long Tail
- 2014 McLaren P1
- 2015 McLaren P1 GTR
- 2016 Mercedes-AMG A 45 SMS-R RX
- 2016 Mercedes-AMG A 45 SMS-R Touring
- 2016 Mercedes-AMG C 63 Coupe S
- 2015 Mercedes-AMG GT3
- 2015 Mercedes-AMG GT R
- 1991 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.5-16 Evolution2 DTM
- 1971 Mercedes-Benz 300 SEL 6.8 AMG
- 1952 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL
- 1998 Mercedes-Benz CLK-LM
- 2012 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3
- 1989 Sauber C9 Mercedes-Benz
- 1990 Sauber C9 LM Mercedes-Benz
- 2015 MINI Countryman RX
- 1999 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI TME
- 2016 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI SVA
- 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX FQ-360
- 2012 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X FQ-400
- 1981 Nissan 280ZX Turbo IMSA GTX (DLC Only – Japanese Car Pack)
- 1994 Nissan 300ZX LM
- 1994 Nissan 300ZX IMSA GTS
- 1973 Nissan Fairlady 240ZG GTS-II
- 2016 Nissan GT-R R35 GT3
- 2017 Nissan GT-R R35 Nismo
- 1985 Nissan GTP ZX-Turbo
- 1998 Nissan R390 GT1
- 1981 Nissan Skyline 2000RS Silhouette Formula
- 1991 Nissan Skyline GT-R BNR32 Group A (DLC Only – Japanese Car Pack)
- 1999 Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 SMS-R
- 2016 Olsbergs MSE RX Supercar Lite
- 2013 Oreca 03 Nissan
- 2016 Opel Astra TCR (DLC Only – Motorsport Cars Pack)
- 2016 Pagani Huayra BC
- 2011 Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster
- 2015 Pagani Zonda Revolucion
- 1997 Panoz Esperante GTR-1 (DLC Only – Motorsport Cars Pack)
- 1970 Porsche 917 LH (DLC Only – Spirit of Le Mans Pack)
- 1971 Porsche 908/03 Spyder (DLC Only – Porsche Legends Pack)
- 1971 Porsche 917K (DLC Only – Porsche Legends Pack)
- 1972 Porsche 917/10 (DLC Only – Porsche Legends Pack)
- 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 2.8 (DLC Only – Porsche Legends Pack)
- 1978 Porsche 935/78 (DLC Only – Porsche Legends Pack)
- 1981 Porsche 935/78-81 (DLC Only – Porsche Legends Pack)
- 1981 Porsche 924 Carrera GTP (DLC Only – Spirit of Le Mans Pack)
- 1986 Porsche 961 (DLC Only – Spirit of Le Mans Pack)
- 1987 Porsche 959 S (DLC Only – Porsche Legends Pack)
- 1998 Porsche 911 GT1
- 2004 Porsche Carrera GT (DLC Only – Porsche Legends Pack)
- 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 R
- 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 R Endurance
- 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
- 2015 Porsche 918 Spyder Weissach
- 1977 Porsche 935/77
- 1980 Porsche 935/80
- 1977 Porsche 936 Spyder
- 1987 Porsche 962C
- 1988 Porsche 962C Langheck
- 2016 Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR
- 2017 Porsche 919 Hybrid (DLC Only – Spirit of Le Mans Pack)
- 2017 Porsche 911 RSR (DLC Only – Porsche Legends Pack)
- 2015 Radical RXC Turbo
- 2011 Radical SR3-RS
- 2011 Radical SR8-RX
- 2015 Formula Renault 3.5
- 1978 Renault Alpine A442B
- 2014 Renault Clio Cup
- 2015 Renault Megane R.S. 275 Trophy-R
- 2015 Renault Megane R.S SMS-R RX
- 2015 Renault Megane R.S SMS-R Touring
- 2009 Renault Megane Trophy V6
- 2015 Renault Sport R.S. 01
- 2015 Renault Sport R.S. 01 GT3
- Renault R5 Maxi Turbo (DLC Only – Fun Pack)
- 2013 Toyota 86
- 2013 Toyota GT-86
- 2015 Toyota GT-86 Rocket Bunny GT4
- 2015 Toyota GT-86 Rocket Bunny Street
- 1998 Toyota TS020 GT-One
- 2014 Toyota TS040 Hybrid
- 2017 Toyota TS050 Hybrid (DLC Only – Spirit of Le Mans Pack)
- 2016 Volkswagen Polo RX Supercar
Project CARS 2 – Additional DLC Content
Since the game’s initial launch, Slightly Mad Studios has provided plenty of fresh DLC content for PC2 fans to enjoy, which will need to be purchased separately.
With a total of five packs, these provided an additional 42 cars alongside six new circuits, with four vehicles only available to the ‘Season Pass’ holders.
Motorsport Cars Pack (Released September 2017 – ‘Season Pass’ Holders Only)
- Opel Astra TCR
- Audi V8 Group A DTM
- Jaguar E Type V12 Group 44
- Panoz Esperante GTR-1
Japanese Cars Pack (Released November 2017)
When Project CARS 2 initially launched, the Japanese Car Pack was only available as a pre-order bonus with the ‘Deluxe Edition’ game, but it was also made available to purchase as DLC content shortly after.
The Japanese Pack explores Japan’s rich motoring legacy, providing some of the most iconic JDM cars ever to hit the market.
Two stand-out additions were the Nissan’s Group A Skyline R32 GT-R and the much-loved 280ZX GTX.
- 1991 Nissan Skyline R32 Skyline GTR
- 1981 Nissan 280ZX GTX IMSA
- 2015 Honda 2&4 Concept
- 2016 Honda Civic Type R
Fun Pack (Released December 2017)
Alongside eight new cars, the ‘Fun Pack’ also included two brand-new loose-surface tracks, four invitational events, and 17 new liveries.
Further boosting the games’ Rallycross content, it iconic vehicles such as Petter Solberg’s Citroën DS3 RX Supercar and banned 500+ hp Group B weaponry.
But for us, it was the addition of Vaughn Gittin Jr’s Fun-Haver that caught our attention. With the game somewhat lacking in drift cars, the 960 hp RTR Spec Ford Mustang was a fantastic addition to the line-up.
Alongside the vehicles, the ‘Fun Pack’ provides Barcelona and Brands Hatch Rallycross tracks.
- Ford RS200 Evolution (Group B)
- Renault R5 Maxi Turbo (Group B)
- Audi Sport Quattro S1 (Group B)
- Audi S1 EKS RX quattro
- Citroën DS3 RX Supercar
- Ford Bronco “Brocky”
- Ford Mustang RTR Spec 5-D
- Mustang ’66 RTR
Porsche Legends Pack (Released March 2018)
The ‘Porsche Legends’ Pack was unveiled to celebrate the German automotive legends’ 70th Anniversary.
Take a journey back through the decades and enjoy the very best of what this incredible manufacturer has offered over the years by getting behind the wheel of eight brand-new cars.
Not only that, but you’ll gain access to Porsche’s very own test track, ‘Porsche On-road Circuit Leipzig’, which you can be assured is the perfect location to put the cars through their paces.
Featuring replica turns from some of the most inspiring tracks across the world, such as Sebring, the Nürburgring, and Spa, this circuit provides the ultimate high-speed challenge.
- 1971 Porsche 908/03 Spyder
- 1971 Porsche 917K
- 1972 Porsche 917/10
- 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 2.8
- 1978 Porsche 935/78
- 1981 Porsche 935/78-81
- 1987 Porsche 959 S
- 2004 Porsche Carrera GT
- 2017 Porsche 911 RSR
Spirit of Le Mans Pack (Released June 2018)
Project CARS 2 ‘Season Pass’ holders can get their hands on the ‘Spirit of Le Mans’ car pack. If you’ve not got a season pass, then fear not, as this is also available as a standalone purchase.
This pack provides the opportunity to re-live two of the most exciting eras in racing history, as the electrifying LMP1 racers go head-to-head against historical icons such as the Ferrari 512.
Where better for them to fight out than the freshly added ‘Le Mans Vintage Track’ from 1971?
Alongside nine cars and the additional track, you also get ten new liveries and five brand-new Le Mans-inspired career events.
- 1970 Ferrari 512 S
- 1970 Ferrari 512 M
- 1970 Porsche 917 LH
- 1981 Porsche 924 Carrera GTP
- 1986 Porsche 961
- 2016 Audi R18 (Le Mans)
- 2016 Audi R18 (Fuji)
- 2017 Porsche 919 Hybrid
- 2017 Toyota TS050 Hybrid
Ferrari Essentials Pack (Released September 2018)
The final addition to the Project CARS 2 DLC content line-up was the highly-impressive ‘Ferrari Essentials’ Pack.
With a total of eight brand-new Ferrari’s to enjoy, this bumps the roster up to ten additional DLC cars for the Italian legends and is a must-have for any Ferrari enthusiast.
Available as a standalone purchase or as part of the Project CARS 2 ‘Season Pass’, you’ll also gain access to the top-secret Ferrari test track, Pista di Fiorano, alongside the coveted Mugello Circuit.
From the 250 GT Berlinetta to the F40, right the way through to the 1,000 hp Ferrari FXX K, this final addition to the line-up has unsurprisingly also proven to be one of the most popular.
- 1956 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta
- 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa
- 1978 Ferrari 512 BB LM
- 1987 Ferrari F40
- 1995 Ferrari F355 Challenge
- 2015 Ferrari 458 Speciale Aperta
- 2015 Ferrari FXX-K
- 2017 Ferrari F12tdf
Project CARS 2 – Frequently Asked Car Questions
With so many cars to choose from in the game, it can sometimes become a little confusing to find what you’re looking for, which is why we’ll be answering common Project CARS 2-related car questions in this section.
What are the best drift cars in Project CARS 2?
It certainly won’t come as much of a surprise that this is the most common question we receive from PC2 fans!
Although Project CARS 2 is more race-oriented and doesn’t have the best selection of drift cars available, there are still several cars that you’ll be able to flick sideways and enjoy some tail-happy action with.
Here are our Top 3 drift cars in Project CARS 2.
Toyota GT-86 Rocket Bunny
This excellent video shows its full capabilities and demonstrates how you can drift the car to its full potential.
Mazda MX-5 Radbul
If you’re struggling to throw it down sideways, then this video shows you how it’s done.
Ford Mustang RTR Spec 5-D (DLC Only – Fun Pack)
Although the Ford Mustang RTR isn’t available to everyone, you’ll be able to get your hands on it by purchasing the ‘Fun Pack’ DLC content.
The ‘Fun Pack’ provides the perfect opportunity to get behind this wheelie-popping monster, and we feel that it’s worth purchasing for this car alone.
Can you modify cars in Project CARS 2?
Although you’re able to carry out tuning in Project CARS 2, you cannot upgrade or customize the vehicles.
Does Project CARS 2 have VR?
Those of you with a PC gaming rig will be delighted to hear that Project CARS 2 has fantastic VR capabilities, allowing you to experience the game to its full potential.
We’re afraid that it never became available for those of you that were hoping to hear positive news when it comes to PlayStation VR support.
Even though Project CARS 3 has now been on the market for several months, it still lacks PSVR support, and there have been no conclusive announcements to introduce it.
Does Project CARS 2 Support 4K?
Those of you playing PC2 on the PC will be able to enjoy it in its full 4K glory.
If you happen to have a triple-monitor setup, you’ll potentially be able to achieve 12K resolution (4K per monitor), which looks absolutely stunning.
We’ve covered every single car ever released for Project CARS 2 in this guide, and with the recent release of its successor, we’d be amazed if we saw any further DLC additions to PC2.
There’s a massive selection on offer, from karts to drift cars, right the way through to the legendary classics.
With over 200 vehicles in total for you to enjoy with the DLC packs, there are still more than 180 for those of you that aren’t too keen on purchasing additional content.
Although Project CARS 2 isn’t the best choice out there for drifting, it still makes for an excellent racing simulator that can be picked up for an absolute bargain now that Project CARS 3 has hit the shelves.
If you’re keen to take a look at what drifting simulator games have to offer, then Assetto Corsa on the PC is going to be your best bet. Although it’s now available on consoles, the lack of mod support makes it an entirely different game.
So, there we have it! We hope that we’ve covered everything you could want to know about the cars in Project CARS 2 in this guide.
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