CarX Street Customisation: Tuning system confirmed, engine, turbo, transmission & more

CarX Street Customisation

CarX Street Customisation

CarX Street is getting a full customisation system when it launches on console.

CarX Technologies have put an incredible amount of effort into this game already. With a PC release on the horizon and the game already out on mobile, we're very excited to see how the customisation will evolve.

CarX Tech is creating a game that is very realistic and that's shown with CarX Street's customisation mechanics. Here's everything we know so far!

CarX Street Customisation

We had some glimpses at the Tuning Shop thanks to CarX Tech's Steam Blog. Now though, thanks to CarX Street's mobile release, we've got an even more representative look at what to expect when the PC version launches.

CarX Street Customisation
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There's a lot of data here, but it's all relevant, CarX Tech do a great job of laying this out. For example, engines have torque statistics, alongside the rev limiter, mass and whether it has a turbo.

The power and torque curves are shown in the bottom right, and the engine options are also at the bottom of the screen. On the right-hand side, we have the stats of the car and how the new engine will affect its overall stats.

It's a similar story for the turbo too...

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Access all areas

Over the following months, more areas of the car have been revealed to be available to customise.

These include the gearbox and transmission, but will also probably extend to body kits and other aero parts, wheels, tyres and suspension.

There are also different classifications of parts, although which is the best and worst isn't clear. We've got Sport, Unique, Street, Race and Elite all shown in the below screenshot from 2022.

CarX Street Customisation 3
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It could be that there are several types of parts that are best, but each in a different way. For example, you could have street and race suspension, both of which are suited to different types of road surfaces.

Something else to bear in mind is that CarX Street will likely have a damage system for its car parts. This allows for the degradation of components over time, another element that adds to the realism of this game.

We say "likely" because although CarX Tech confirmed this feature in a Q&A, they later asked players if they would like this to be implemented. So, depending on the responses to this, CarX Tech may or may not include it in CarX Street.

Nitrous has been confirmed in-game too. CarX Tech asked the fans whether they would like NOS it in-game and their responses saw it included in the final game.

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