Project CARS GO puts the excitement of racing at your fingertips with ONE TOUCH racing gameplay optimized for mobile
High-fidelity graphic and fully licensed iconic cars combine in best-of-breed one-touch racing that fits in your pocket. Check out some of the featured cars below!
Tier 2: Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32) An undeniable legend within the American tuner community. The Skyline’s racing roots can be traced all the way back to 1969, when the first-gen Nissan Skyline was unveiled to the world. Fast-forward a couple decades, the R32 Skyline GT-R or “Godzilla” displayed an era of flawless dominance at the Japanese Touring Car Championship – 29 consecutive race wins across 4 seasons of the JTCC from 1990 to 1993.
Tier 3: Acura NSX Honda started the NSX (New Sportscar Unknown World – “X” being the unknown variable) project to challenge the Italian giants at Ferrari. Famously tested by the F1 legend, Ayrton Senna, Japanese F1 driver Satoru Nakajima, as well as Indycar champ Bobby Rahal, with further development on the Nürburgring, turned the Acura NSX into a performance icon.
Tier 4: Ford GT LM GTE Nearly 50 years after Ford won the 24 Hours of Le Mans back in 1966 with their GT40 Mk II, they re-entered the scene in 2016. Despite fierce competition from Ferrari, Chevrolet, and Aston Martin that year, the Ford GT LM GTE cars finished 1st and 3rd. Just how Henry Ford II watched the GT40’s finish 1-2-3 in 1966, Bill Ford and Edsel Ford II were there 50 years later to witness another 24 Hours of Le Mans win.
Tier 5: McLaren P1 GTR To celebrate 20 years since their victory in the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans, McLaren built a track-only variant of the P1. Similar to the original P1, the P1 GTR was a hybrid. McLaren’s E-Motor, combined with a twin-turbocharged V8, allowed the P1 GTR to have a combined power output of 986 horsepower. Its hybrid power allows the car to reach top speeds of 349 km/h (217 mph).
Tier 6: Porsche 919 Hybrid Porsche built the 919 Hybrid to race in the Le Mans Prototype 1 (LMP1) category at the World Endurance Championship from 2014 to 2017. It was one of the direct competitors of the Audi R18. A V4 engine may sound underwhelming, but a combination of lightweight design, insane downforce, and electric boosts from energy recovery systems, allowed the car to dethrone the star-studded and incumbent Audi team at the 2015 24 Hours of Le Mans. Porsche would go on to win two more Le Mans races in 2016 and 2017. After undergoing “slight” modifications to its power and aerodynamics, the 919 would set a new lap record at the Spa-Francorchamps (Belgium), which had been previously set by F1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton in his Mercedes F1 car.