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CSR2 Update, expected new Cars

With the next CSR2 Update will come a lot of new Cars. Here I present you the most important/most likely Novelties.

Audi R18 – not sure when it will appear in a CSR2 Update

Audi R18: Chasing the title in the 2016 WEC with over 1,000 hp
More hybrid power, less fuel consumption and aggressive as ever: Audi has presented an eye-catcher with the new R18.

CSR2 Update 3.3.0 – All expected new Cars

Ferrari Enzo

The road-going Ferrari sprints from zero to 100 km/h in 3.65 seconds and 200 km/h in just 9.5 seconds. The top speed is “over 350 km/h” – not even exotics like the McLaren F1 or Porsche Carrera GT can keep up. Ferrari delivered only 400 Enzo at a price of 645,000 euros. Plus 20 Enzo FXX for 1.5 million euros.

Lamborghini SC20

The purist roadster, with no windshield and plenty of horsepower, is aimed at the McLaren Elva, which the British sports car manufacturer also launched in 2020. The proven technology and the V12 engine from the Aventador SVJ with 770 hp are at work under the carbon fiber skin.

Lotus Type 131

The 131 will be placed above the now discontinued Evora, effectively taking the position vacated by the Lotus Esprit years ago. The Type 131 will not be a new Esprit, however. On the powertrain side, the new Lotus 131 is likely to rely on a V6 engine combined with electrification. The hybrid system is being developed at Lotus.


The vehicle is powered by a 4.4-liter V8 engine with M TwinPower turbo technology. The engine features dry sump lubrication and produces up to 585 hp – with a vehicle weight of less than 1,300 kilograms.

Ferrari 488 GT Modificata

Ferrari is building a new toy with around 700 hp for its customers. With the 488 GT Modificata, they can let off steam on the racetracks of this world. The GT race car borrows from the GT3 and GTE cars.


In the GTX version, the turbocharged gasoline engine squeezes 530 hp out of the combustion chambers, giving the race car a power-to-weight ratio of just 1.98 kilograms per hp. KTM even holds out the prospect of 600 hp for the GT2 race car variant.

Maserati MC20

With 630 hp and 730 Newton meters of maximum torque, the driving performance is impressive on paper. Each individual horsepower weighs 2.33 kilograms, as the vehicle weighs 1,470 kilograms. The car hits 100 km/h in just under three seconds, and the needle passes the 200 mark after 8.8 seconds.

Shelby Ford F 150

750 hp at the rear wheels or with all-wheel drive at all four wheels. This makes the Shelby Ford F150 Super Snake a superlative power truck. However, there are only 150 such power units in the world. So this Ford remains an exclusive experience for drivers and fans. More F150 does not go!

Mercedes AMG GT3

The Mercedes-AMG GT3 is a Mercedes-AMG race car built to FIA GT3 regulations based on the Mercedes-AMG GT. The Mercedes-AMG GT3 was developed for sprint and endurance racing in accordance with the production-based FIA GT3 regulations.

Porsche 911 GT3 (992)

On the Nordschleife, the 992 GT3 cracks the majority of the higher-horsepower competition – not via engine output, but via its lateral dynamics talent. And what does the stopwatch say? At exactly 7:04.74 minutes, the 992 GT3 laps the Nordschleife faster than the 991.2 GT3 RS once did on its Supertest lap (7:05.41 minutes).

CSR2 Update 3.2.0 – All the new Cars

Ford Mustang 2019

In 2018, the Mustang (as a fastback and as a two-seater convertible) received a facelift. Most notably, the 3.7-liter V6 engine with 305 was taken out of the lineup and replaced by a 450-hp 5.0-liter V8. The (less popular) 2.3-liter turbo gasoline engine with four cylinders and 290 hp is still available.

Audi ABT RS6-R

The new Audi RS6 has 600 hp and puts 800 Nm on the crankshaft. A lack of power sounds different. Nevertheless, Abt adds 140 hp and 120 Newton meters. Thus, according to Abt, the RS6-R is 0.4 seconds faster to 100 than the standard RS6. The conversion to RS6-R level costs around 70,000 euros, which puts the finished car at 205,900 euros.

LB Silhouette Toyota GR Supra

Another LB Works Car for your collection and much more annoying, another Toyota GR Supra. It’s the Milestone Car of Season 132 and can be won at the 9.000.000 Crew RP Milestone. The Supra shares Stage 6 Parts with the Pro Leagues Supras.

McLaren Artura

McLaren takes the first big step toward electrification. With their new Artura plug-in hybrid super sports car, the British show where the journey is headed. Partly electric, but without compromising on sportiness. According to the technical data, this has been achieved. A system output of 680 hp with a kerb weight of just under 1.5 metric tons allows the car to go from 0 to 100 km/h in just three seconds.

McLaren Senna GOSH Edition

Another Senna 🙂 But, the paid Senna is a CSR2 Special Edition to support Great Ormond Street Hospital. A children’s hospital in England.

Mercedes AMG S 63 Coupé

The heart of the sporty coupe, priced from 177,310 euros, is the twin-turbocharged V8 with four liters of displacement, 612 hp and 900 Newton meters of torque. From a standstill, the hatchback accelerates to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds and can reach 300 km/h on demand.

Indy Car in CSR2 Update 3.2.0

CSR2 Season 132: Get ready for the America Series Finale and win the INDYCAR. It’s the new fastest Car in CSR2

CSR2 Update 3.2.0 new Elite Tuners Cars

Lexus LC500 (TNR)

Lexus LC 500 with 477 hp naturally aspirated V8 engine and hybrid drive system. The powertrain of the Lexus LC 500, which is based on an all-new platform, can keep up with the sporty look. The rear-wheel drive car is fueled by a 5.0 liter V8 engine that mobilizes an output of 477 hp and 527 Nm of torque.

Toyota Supra Mk.4 (TNR)

The Supra passed the 100 km/h mark in 5.9 measured seconds and reached 200 km/h after 25.3 seconds – which means it can’t compete at the top today, but it did back then. The sweeping rear wing produces around 30 kilos of downforce at a speed of 150 km/h. A joke today, ingenious back then.

As soon as there are more details about the update and the new cars I will inform you somehow early.

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