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Project CARS: car list, PS4 and Xbox One release date & news

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t's been nearly four years since Slightly Mad Studios opened up their crowdfunding initiative, convincing 80,000 sim racing fanatics to donate more than €2m to a project that aimed to create the ultimate racing simulator. Now, in 2015, Project Cars is finally nearing release. With a huge roster of cars, an expansive list of tracks and a whole host of gameplay features, it's time to recap everything we know about the game.

Project Cars was originally anticipated to launch in November 2014, but that release date was pushed back. The official reason for the delay was that a number of major driving and racing titles were due to be released that month including The Crew and GTA V for Xbox One and PS4. Whatever the reason, the new official release date for Project CARS in the is March 21st for the UK, March 17th in the US, March 19th in Australia and March 20th in Europe.

The game will be available for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Wii U. Pre-ordering the game will grant you access to five exclusive cars: the McLaren F1 road car, Sauber C9 Le Mans prototype, BMW M1 ProCar, Mercedes-AMG C-Class Coupe DTM car and 1967 Ford Mk IV endurance racing car. The Steam pre-order "Modified Car Pack" edition has a different set of bonus content: The Ruf CTR3 SMS-R, Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster and Ariel Atom 3 Mugen.

The Pre-order version of the game can be found on Steam for PC and from various UK retailers including Argos and Zavvi for PS4, Xbox One and Wii U.

Minimum specifications: 2.66GHz Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 or 3GHz AMD Phenom II X4 940, 4GB RAM, Nvidia GeForce GTX 260/ATI Radeon HD 5770, 25GB hard disk space

Recommended specifications: 3.5GHz Intel Core i7 3700 or 4GHz AMD FX-8350, 8GB RAM, Nvidia GeForce GTX 600-series/AMD Radeon HD7000-series, 25GB hard disk space

The racing wheels and pedals supported by Project CARS varies between consoles and PCs. For example, only specific Thrustmaster hardware approved for PS4s and Xbox Ones will be supported at launch. PC, of course, is more open: Wheels from Thrustmaster, Fanatec, Logitech, Microsoft, Mad Catz and SimRaceway are supported. Click here for the full list.

Nvidia's SHIELD will also be supported, as will Oculus Rift VR hardware.

The Project CARS career mode is a freeform game mode that will let you to start anywhere on the motorsport ladder. Typical email-style drive offers and event choice calendars will let you advance your race season. Also present will be fictional coverage of the racing world you're in and scrolling tickers of fan comments and discussion to give the game a more immersive feel.

If you'd prefer to jump straight in, there's a full complement of single player race modes, allowing you to set up full race weekends, quick races and free practice sessions. There will also be dynamic weather, day and night cycles, safety cars and dynamic track conditions.

In a similar vein to single player, the game's multiplayer allows for heavy customisation of race weekends. There have yet to be any public blog posts detailing exactly how online multiplayer will work in the final game. There is no split-screen multiplayer for consoles; you'll have to head online to get your multiplayer fix, which means paying for either Xbox Live Gold or PlayStation Plus.

The locations in Project CARS include a mix of legendary real-world tracks and fictional layouts based on real-world locations. The list of tracks available at launch differs to the tracks that have been playable for early backers. For example, the official list does not include several kart tracks that had previously been announced and/or playable, and neither does it include the Nurburgring. Oval circuits including Indianapolis and Bristol Motor Speedway aren't present on the list. The full list of tracks hasn't been announced, but below are the circuits that are known to be available at launch.

Real-world tracks

Le Mans (two layouts)

Laguna Seca

Donington Park (two layouts)


Oulton Park (three layouts)

Road America


Watkins Glen (two layouts)

Brands Hatch (two layouts)

Dubai Autodrome (five layouts including one karting track)

Hockenheimring (three layouts)

Monza (two layouts)

Oschersleben (two layouts)

Silverstone (four layouts)


Fictional tracks

Azure Coast (point-to-point, five layouts)

Azure Circuit

California Highway (point-to-point, five layouts)

Glencairn karting circuit (six layouts)

There's currently no official car list available from the developers themselves and lists compiled online are patchy at best. However, we can list the cars that are available in the preview version of the game, although whether these make it into the final game is unknown so this list should be taken with a large pinch of salt. Slightly Mad Studios has stated that all cars available at launch will be drivable without the need for unlocking them through DLC or progressing through the career mode.

Fictional cars

250cc Superkart

Formula A

Formula B

Formula C

Formula Rookie



Real-world cars

Alpine A450

Ariel Atom 300 Supercharged

Ariel Atom 500 V8

Ariel Atom Mugen

Aston Martin Rapide S Hydrogene

Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3

Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4

Audi R18 TDI

Audi R8 LMS Ultra

Audi R8 V10 plus

BAC Mono

BMW 1-Series M Coupe

BMW 320 Turbo Group 5

BMW M1 Procar

BMW M3 E30 Group A




Caterham SP/300.R

Caterham Seven Classic

Caterham Superlight R500

Ford Escort Mk1 RS1600

Ford Focus RS

Ford Mk IV

Ford Mustang Boss 302R1

Ford Mustang Cobra TransAm

Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth Group A

Ford Zakspeed Capri Group 5

Formula Gulf 1000

Gumpert Apollo S

Ginetta G40 Junior

Ginetta G55 GT3

Ginetta G55 GT4

Lotus 49 Cosworth

Lotus 72D Cosworth

Lotus 78 Cosworth

Lotus 98T Renault Turbo

Marek RP 339H LMP1

Marek RP 339H LM2

McLaren 12C

McLaren 12C GT3

McLaren F1

McLaren P1

Mercedes 190E DTM

Mercedes 300SEL

Mercedes A45 AMG

Mercedes AMG C-Coupe DTM

Mercedes SLS AMG

Mercedes SLS AMG GT3

Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X FQ400

Oreca 02 Nissan

Pagani Huayra

Pagani Zonda Cinique Roadster

Pagani Zonda R

Palmer Jaguar JP-LM

Radical SR3-RS

Radical SR8-RX

Renault Clio RS Cup

Renault Megane RS

Ruf CTR3


Ruf RGT-8

Ruf RGT-8 GT3

Sauber C9

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