CarX Street Car List: Every car revealed so far in the new open-world racer

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CarX Street Car List

CarX Street has revealed part of its car list, so we've got a good idea of what to expect later this year. Despite a multiple delays to its release date, CarX Street is set to be here next year.

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Thanks to CarX Tech's regular updates on their Steam Blog, we've already had a lot of cars in Street revealed. Here's the full CarX Street car list confirmed so far!

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CarX Street car list

CarX Street 2
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DRIFTERS: There are some excellent cars to drift and race already confirmed in CarX Street

Through two blog posts on 23rd July and 6th August, CarX Tech have revealed a good number of motors for us to try in CarX Street. Unfortunately, we don't have names for a lot of these vehicles yet.

The CarX Drift games didn't have real-world cars, instead choosing to base their vehicles off them. This is similar to how games like Grand Theft Auto V get around licensing issues and CarX Street also has this system.

Cars are seperated into four categories depending on their performance levels. In ascending performance order, we have 1 Class, 2 Class, 3 Class and Premium.

Here are all the cars that have been listed so far:

CarX Street Car 2
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CarX Street Car 6
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CarX Street Car 7
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CarX Street Car 10
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CarX Street Car 11
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CarX Street Car 12
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CarX Street Car 15
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CarX Street Car 17
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That's a total of 18 cars confirmed in these posts. There's a huge variety here, from sportscars, to pick-up trucks and muscle cars.

Other cars in screenshots

There have also been many cars that appeared in either the foreground or background of screenshots from CarX Tech. Here are some that we've spotted:

Nissan GTR CarX Street
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Mitsubishi Evo CarX Street
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Ford Mustang CarX Street
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Toyota Supra CarX Street
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As for the stats of these vehicles and how they'll be categorised, we don't know yet. We imagine they will be similar to CarX Drift, but CarX Tech will reveal more closer to the release date.

Cars seen in gameplay

Thanks to CarX Street's mobile launch, we do have the names of some of the cars revealed in the Summer. Here's all of the ones we've seen so far:

L08 - 1 class

CarX Street L08
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HC6 - 1 class

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NX5 -1 class

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ECL - 1 class

ECL CarX Street
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2MR - 1 class

CarX Street 2MR
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E86 - 1 class

CarX Street E86
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M36 - 1 class

CarX Street M36
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FLD - 1 Class

FLD CarX Street
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30ZC - 1 Class

30ZC CarX Street
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30Z - 1 class

30Z
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S18 - 1 class

S18 CarX Street
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V7G - 1 class

V7G CarX Street
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G86 - 1 class

G86 CarX Street
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MCS - 1 class

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SFR - 1 class

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M46 - 1 class

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32R - 1 class

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CHR - 2 class

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FST - 2 Class

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WRS - 2 class

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HCR - 2 class

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TTR - 2 class

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S15 - 2 class

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S80 - 2 class

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P64 - 2 class

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34R - 2 class

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DC2 - 2 class

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Z37 - 2 class

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EV9 - 2 class

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F69 - 2 class

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M92 - 2 class

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S90 - 3 class

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S90C - 3 class

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6RS - 3 class

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STR - 3 class

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M4R - 3 class

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DX7 - 3 class

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F35 - 3 class

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M36 - Premium

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There are also more custom versions of these cars in the Premium category of vehicles.

Will we see more cars added?

With the game being delayed again, it's possible that more cars could be added for the PC release date. After the posts on the Steam blog, we didn't see any more cars officially confirmed by CarX Tech until the iOS version went live.

So, it's entirely possible that CarX Tech are working on more cars while they get ready for the Android and PC releases.