Codemasters has revealed the first batch of cars that players can look forward to racing in this year’s GRID reboot.
Of the dozen vehicles confirmed so far, half of them are dedicated racing vehicles. These are further split 50/50 between GT racers like the Ferrari 488 GTE, and touring cars such as the Audi RS3 LMS and Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR.
There’s a less even mix for the announced road cars, as all bar one is an American muscle car. The sole outlier is the Auto Gallery-fettled Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R, which is also GRID’s only confirmed ‘Tuner’ class car for the moment.
Speaking of classes, seven will be featured in the new GRID game: ‘Formula J’, ‘Group 7 Specials’, ‘Prototypes’, ‘GT’, ‘Stock’, ‘Touring’ and ‘Tuner’. Most of the categories are fairly self-explanatory, though Codemasters has tantalisingly said it will be “revealing more” on the open-wheel-focused Formula J category at a later date.
All twelve cars confirmed for GRID at the time of writing have been listed below:
- Chevrolet Corvette C7.R
- Ferrari 488 GTE
- Porsche 911 RSR
- Chevrolet Camaro SSX (Ultimate Edition exclusive car)
- Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Modified
- Dodge Challenger SRT Modified
- Ford Mustang Mach 1 Modified
- Pontiac Firebird Modified (Ultimate Edition exclusive car)
- Audi RS3 LMS
- Ford Focus TC-2
- Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR
- Auto Gallery Nissan Skyline GT-R R32
Codemasters has confirmed more of GRID’s car list and other details on the game will be revealed in the build-up to the title’s launch on 13th September 2019 on the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms.