All the fastest Cyberpunk 2077 cars and bikes (and how to get them)

Cyberpunk 2077 fastest cars
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The fastest and best Cyberpunk 2077 car - or vehicle option generally, we're including bikes - is the Rayfield Caliburn, a free car that's actually a hidden batmobile reference, available to grab at any point during or after a certain mission for Panam. So sure, the Cyberpunk 2077 map and fast travel system lets you traverse Night City with speed, but especially now that 2.0 has made vehicles a little more integral to the whole thing, it's worth having some classic cars in your garage.

To help you do that I've got the best options for the fastest cars, as well as bikes, along with details of how to find or get each one.

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The fastest cars in Cyberpunk 2077

Below we've listed all the fastest and best cars in Cyberpunk 2077, in descending order of speed - and fortunately, the first and best car is also one you can grab for free.

1. Rayfield Caliburn (Batmobile)

Cyberpunk 2077 Rayfield Caliburn the fastest car

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Horsepower: 1,660

How to get: The fastest car in Cyberpunk 2077 is actually free, and a big ol' reference to the Batmobile, but it's easy to miss it in the mission where it's available. Fortunately you can get it later if that happens. 

You can get the Rayfield Caliburn in the mission Ghost Town, where you help Panam fight Nash after getting her car back. In the mine area there's a container where you can a find a shard that will let you just drive away the Rayfield Caliburn.

If you missed the chance during the mission you can just head back and collect it later. Fast travel to the Sunset Motel in the Badlands, which is ringed in yellow on the map below, and then drive out to the mine at the end of the weird U-Turn road marked in pink.

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When you get to the area above you'll find the mine entrance, which is basically a massive cave at the end of the road: 

Cyberpunk 2077 mine entrance

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Drive all the way along the tunnel inside, and you'll see a container with the Rayfield Caliburn inside, along with some other thing you pick up. Just get in it and drive away. 

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This is the only way to get the fastest car in Cyberpunk 2077, as there's no option to just buy it outright, so make sure you treat yourself to this freebie. 

2. Quadra Type-66 Javelina

Cyberpunk 2077 Quadra Type-66 Javelina

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Horsepower: 1,000

How to get: 
The second fastest car in Cyberpunk 2077, a specific Quadra Type-66 variant, can simply be bought. You want this 'Javelina' version rather than the 'Avenger' type, which is slightly slower, which is available to buy from a fixer in the Badlands. 

It costs 73,000 eddies, and you'll need to have a Street Cred level of 30 or more. 

Here's where to find it on the map:

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If you need to save some eddies then we can help you with how to make money in Cyberpunk 2077 and get the cash you need for this or any other cars, gun and gear you might fancy. 

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The fastest bikes in Cyberpunk 2077

1. Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X

Cyberpunk 2077 Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X

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Horsepower: 183

How to get: The fastest bike in Cyberpunk 2077 is simple to get as you can just buy it from this location in the Westbrook area of the city on the map below: 

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It's only 22,000 eddies, so reasonably cheap but you will need a Street Cred level of 12 in order to be able to buy it. 

2. Arch Nazaré

Cyberpunk 2077 Jackie's Arch Nazaré

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Horsepower: 160

How to get: The second fastest bike in Cyberpunk 2077 is another freebie that you can earn from a specific mission. To get the Arch Nazaré (also known as Jackie's Arch), you'll need to pick up the Side Job called Heroes that you'll gain right at the start of Act Two of the game. 

Can you customise cars in Cyberpunk 2077?

Cyberpunk 2077 car customisation

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Unfortunately you can't customise cars in Cyberpunk 2077. The cars and bikes you can pick up here, or anywhere else, as you play gain you'll have to put up with the paint job that they arrive with.

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