Project CARS developer Slightly Mad Studios has released new screenshots of the racing game's karting content.
Along with the provided images, Slightly Mad has also revealed the two karts players will have access to in the game: a 125cc entry-level shifter kart, and a more powerful 250cc Superkart with a top speed of 160mph.
Like the other motorsport types featured in Project CARS, players will have the option of either using the karts as an entry point into the title's various single-seater series, or play pCARS exclusively as a karting simulator.
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