Thanks to regular updates, The Crew 2 is a popular alternative to Forza Horizon 5 for PlayStation players. After episode 1 of the new American Legends Motorflix season started last month, three new exotic cars have arrived in Ubisoft’s open-world racer.
The Crew 2 Elite Bundle 10
Available for PC, PlayStation and Xbox players, Elite Bundle 10 costs 1,734,879 in-game credits or 210,663 Crew Credits.
Included in Elite Bundle 10 are three track-bred machines: the 2007 Koenigsegg CCGT (Touring Car), 2018 Infiniti Q60 Project Black S Concept (Street Race), and KTM X-Bow GTX 2020 (Hypercar).
Based on the CCR and blending elements with the CCX, the Koenigsegg CCGT was a side project designed to compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans GT1 category. Unfortunately, the rules changed before it could enter.
One of the rarest Koenigsegg cars ever made, it weighs under 1,000 kg, has over 600 kg downforce, and produces over 600 hp from a naturally aspirated engine.
The KTM X-Bow GTX is powered by an Audi-sourced 2.5-litre turbocharged engine rated at 532 hp. While the KTM X-Bow GTX isn’t road legal in real life, you can race it on the streets in The Crew 2.
Finally, the Infiniti Q60 Project Black S is a one-off concept car. Unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, the prototype features a 3.0-litre twin-turbo V6 and an F1-style KERS system energy recovery system sourced from Renault for a combined output of 563 hp.
Ubisoft is committed to adding more free content in The Crew 2’s fifth year. While The Crew 2 is currently only available on last-gen formats, a next-gen update in July for PS5 and Xbox Series X will improve the graphics and increase the frame rate to 60fps.