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News DriveClub’s full car list revealed, 50 cars at launch and 10 available for PS Plus


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Game: Drive Club

Platform: PS4

Publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment

Release Date: 07/10/2014

With less than a month to go until the highly-anticipated DriveClub roars onto PS4, Game Director Paul Rustchynsky took to Twitter to reveal one of the most frequent fan-requests: the car list.

Revealed in full, DriveClub's car list spans a number of different classes, ranging from humble hot hatches such as the Mini John Cooper Works GP, spritely sports cars such as the Bentley Continental GT V8 and perky performance cars such as the Alfa Romeo 4C, to eccentric super and hyper cars such as the Ferrari 458 Italia and Koenigsegg Agera R.

Without further ado, here's a full list of all the cars you'll be able to burn some next-gen rubber with in DriveClub:


  • Audi A1 quattro
  • Mini John Cooper Works GP
  • Renault Clio RS
  • Volkswagen Golf GTI
  • Volkswagen Beetle GSR


  • Audi RS5
  • Audi TT RS Plus
  • Bentley Continental GT V8
  • BMW M135i
  • BMW M235i
  • Lotus Evora Sports Racer
  • Mercedes-Benz CLA 45 AMG
  • Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG


  • Alfa Romeo 4C
  • Aston Martin Vanquish
  • Aston Martin V12 Zagato
  • Audi RS6 Avant
  • Bentley Continental GT Speed
  • BMW M3 GTS
  • BMW M5
  • Ferrari California
  • Ferrari FF
  • Lotus Exige S
  • Maserati Gran Turismo MC Stradale
  • Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG Coupe Black Series
  • Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG 45th Anniversary Edition
  • RUF RGT 8
  • Spyker C8 Aileron


  • Aston Martin V12 Vantage S
  • Aston Martin One 77
  • Ariel Atom 500 V8
  • Audi R8 V10 Plus
  • BAC Mono
  • Ferrari 458 Italia
  • Ferrari F12berlinetta
  • Ferrari 599 GTO
  • Ferrari 430 Scuderia
  • Marussia B2
  • McLaren 12C
  • Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Coupe Black Series
  • RUF RT12 R
  • Savage Rivale GTR-S
  • Spania GTA GTA Spano


  • Gumpert Apollo Enraged
  • Hennesey Venom GT
  • Koenigsegg Agera R
  • McLaren P1
  • Pagani Huayra
  • Pagani Zonda R
  • RUF CTR3 Clubsport

PlayStation Plus Edition Car List


  • Mini John Cooper Works GP
  • Volkswagen Golf GTI


  • Bentley Continental GT Speed
  • Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG


  • BMW M3 GTS
  • Maserati Gran Turismo MC Stradale


  • Audi R8 V10 Plus
  • BAC Mono


  • Pagani Zonda R
  • RUF CTR3 Clubsport

On the surface, it's quite a slender car list – DriveClub "only" has 50 cars compared to, say, Forza Horizon 2's rich 200+ roster, but quality over quantity, and all that.  It also remains to be seen how it compares to The Crew and Project CARS, but evidence so far suggests both will feature a similar number of cars to DriveClub.

It's also indicative of how much effort is put into creating cars with impeccable detail for next-gen racing games to meet people's astronomical expectations – Evolution previously told us it takes nine months to model just one car from start to finish. 

If there's one observation to be made here, it's that, in keeping with Evolution's British heritage, DriveClub's car collection is decidedly European-centric. Case in point: no American manufacturers are featured whatsoever, so you won't find anything from the likes of Ford, Dodge or Chevrolet, for example. Sadly, this means there are no muscle cars, which is disappointing to this Ford Mustang fanatic. Curiously, there aren't any Japanese manufacturers to be found, either, so fans of tuners will feel left out too. I would have happily traded the hatchbacks for some muscle and Japanese cars, but then Evolution will argue that you need some entry-level cars to create a sense of progression and reward.  

Criticisms aside, I particularly like the fact they included some obscure European eccentrics – it's not often you see the Russian Marussia B2, the Spanish GTA Spano and the Dutch Savage Rivale GTR-S in the same game. 

Then there's a handful of car debuts thrown in for good measure, as the BMW M235i and Mercedes-AMG GT get digitised for a racing game for the first time.

Don't forget, though, that DriveClub will be receiving a hefty dollop of DLC post-launch, with nine free and 38 paid cars planned between October 2014 and June 2015 . While it's good to see that Evolution will be supporting DriveClub for some time to come in order to keep you coming back for more, the fact that over two thirds of the number of cars offered initially are being held-back as paid-for DLC stings somewhat. 

Rustchynsky also revealed that we can expect "new manufacturers from around the world" released after launch, so there's hope that we may still see some American and Japanese cars in DriveClub after all. 

What do you make of DriveClub's car list? 


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