Quadra cars often represent the pinnacle of performance in Cyberpunk 2077. These muscle cars are produced by the fictional New USA-based Quadra company and are some of the most iconic vehicles in the entire game. While they aren’t the fastest they frequently make the top ten of fastest cars in the game.


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But as any player knows performance is only half of the equation. Having a stylish and aesthetically pleasing car is important when competing in races or flying down the streets during a mission. Here is a look at all of the Quadra cars in Cyberpunk 2077 and which ones have the most style.

Updated on October 18th, 2022 by Hodey Johns: This list originally debuted showing the car exteriors and a bit about their outer design. Sure enough, that’s an awesome conversation to have. But Cyberpunk 2077 is a first-person shooter and, depending on player settings, a first-person driver as well. Players will spend time in their cars, checking out the decorations and upholstery. Some of the cutscenes are shown from V’s perspective inside of the car. With the interior being so important, a picture and a brief description of the car interior have been added to each section, giving players two aspects to consider when selecting their next sweet ride.

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8/8 Quadra Type-66 640 TS

The Quadra Type-66 640 TS is the stock model of the Type-66. It’s essentially the clay from which the other cars with character in the game are built from. The base model is a Sports Coupe designed with the Kitsch style in mind. While sleek and stylish, it’s bland when compared to the other Quadras in the game.

Still, it’s a fantastic car. Even the game’s description cites this vehicle as the chosen model for edgerunners and illegal street racing.

The interior of this car has a retro feel. The dark buttons have a reddish-orange glow to help with seeing the dials in the dark. Although the game is set in the future, this setup is even less modern than the cars around today. When traveling between V’s various apartments, players should feel right at home.

7/8 Quadra Type-66 “Jen Rowley”

The Jen Rowley is a Quadra Type-66 that’s had a unique paint job. With orange colors and the number 01 emblazoned on the side this car was clearly meant for racing. It’s an odd choice for a mustang and as a result, ranks a bit lower on the list.

For players that like this unique paint job it can be bought in Santo Domingo. After the player hits a Street Cred level of 20 a local Fixer will call and offer it up for $58,000. It’s not the sleekest Quadra in the game, but there are certainly worse cars in both looks and performance out there.

This is the same interior as the Quadra Type-66 640 TS. This isn’t a mistake or an example of laziness, the issue here is that the “Jen Rowley” is referencing the paint job specifically. Think of it as the opposite of the elite weapon attachments that don’t have a visual difference but do have an impact on the game. The reverse is this car; no gameplay change with a custom paint job.

6/8 Quadra Turbo-R 740

The Quadra Turbo-R 740 is a Sports Coupe clearly in the Kitsch style. It has a sleek and slim design that betrays the powerful turbocharged V8 engine under the hood. Standard color schemes are sky blue with a white stripe or coal gray with fuchsia stripes.

It’s not the worst-looking Quadra out there but it is, unfortunately, the slowest of the lineup. Still, if players are drawn to this car they can pick one up in Westbrook once they have a Street Cred of 30. Players should be ready for a steep $129,000 if they want to buy it though.

The buttons on the steering wheel and gauges on the roof above the windshield reveal that this car is for drivers who prefer easy control. There is still a classic setup in the middle with radio and air conditioning, but the various metrics drivers can about are always in eyesight. It’s tough to take in Night City’s beautiful views when players can’t stop staring at their car’s performance number.

5/8 Quadra Type-66 “Javelina”

The Javelina is what happens when the owners slap some light armor plating on the exterior and upgrades under the hood. The result is a combination of luxury and Mad Max styling that would make any Nomad’s mouth water.

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While the rugged appearance might not be for everyone the performance of the car doesn’t lie. It’s one of the fastest cars in the entire game. Players who want this armored muscle car need to be in the Badlands with a Street Cred of 39. The 4th fastest car in the game is fairly cheap at $73,000.

Contrary to the Jen Rowley, which only puts a paint job on the vehicle, the Javelina makes meaningful changes to the interior. The steering wheel has more button space than grip area and there are additional cranks and levers on the inside. Despite the game’s iconic pistols, the Javelina is the thing that will get another gamer’s attention.

4/8 Quadra Type-66 “Reaver”

The Reaver took some clear inspiration from the Javelina. It features some armoring with a few under-the-hood upgrades. Where it deviates from the Nomad dream car is with a darker coloring scheme, a sleeker design, and a blue skeletal hand stretching across the door. It’s a custom car that fittingly belongs to the Wraith gang.

The car was created by CD Projekt Red as a nod to the 5th anniversary of the release of Mad Max Fury Road. It can be stolen from the Wraith gang or purchased from the Fixer Dakota Smith. Though, some players have noted some bugs getting it from Smith.

Why shell out for one of the most expensive vehicles in the game when this can be stolen for free? Being a Type-66, this has obvious similarities to the others in its class, but there are some custom color changes and red whiting on the doors. The MPH also pops up on the driver’s side windshield, which can be either considered an annoyance or a convenience.

3/8 Quadra Type-66 “Cthulhu”

The Cthulhu is a fitting name for this gray, sleek horror. It’s the only Quadra boasting a spoiler and a scoop hood. It’s a mechanical beauty that looks almost alive as it chews up the miles on Night City’s roads.

It is one of the fastest ‘free’ cars in the game. If the player manages to save Sampson during the last race of the side bob ‘The Beast In Me’ they’ll be rewarded with this car. Alternatively, they can purchase it off a Fixer in Watson for $76,000.

From a design perspective, there’s no difference between this and the other Type-66 cars except for one pretty major thing. This car takes all those grey colors and makes them black. As players unravel the mysteries of Night City, sometimes they want to be as dark as the city itself and the Cthulu is the car to make that happen.

2/8 Quadra Turbo-R V-Tech

The Quadra Turbo-R V-Tech is arguably one of the most iconic cars in the game and for good reason. It’s a futuristic muscle car with a Kitsch style and dark black and gold coloring. Even in the game’s lore, this car is iconic and what your average NPC thinks of when they imagine a Quadra.

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It’ll serve the player well in just about any race or story mission. The vehicle’s description considers the V-Tech to be a diamond to the chunk of coal that is the Turbo-R. It’s not hard to see why in terms of both style and performance. Players get this car for free for doing the side job ‘Sex On Wheels.’

The wheel, roof, and buttons may look the same, but take a peek at the radio and A/C area. Instead of a bulky setup in the middle, it’s flat and modern. When taking on the most powerful organizations in Night City, it helps to have some leg and arm room.

1/8 Quadra Type-66 “Avenger”

The Avenger is perhaps the most stylish of the Quadra cars. With its sleek chrome exterior and bulky design, it’s a car that looks both fast and powerful. It’s the pinnacle of design while still maintaining a level of functional Neo-Militarism. This hybrid of stylish and practical makes for an eye-popping car that will stand out on the streets of any neighborhood.

It’s the 8th fastest car in the game and can be found in the City Center. Players with a Street Cred of 20 and $55 thousand can have this strong-looking car. It’s great for racing, great for missions, and looks fantastic.

Internally, the difference here is extremely slight between this and the standard Type-66 is very slight. The bars that are usually part of the center dash have their own device on the center in front of the windshield. Other than that, the colors are the same. It’s not as flashy as the outside, but even the most powerful inhabitants of Night City will appreciate the simple upgrades.

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