The release of The Crew Motorfest offers players a wide selection of cars and vehicles to choose from. Whether you’re a fan of modified street tuners, off-road trucks, hypercars, or even open-wheelers, there’s something for every motoring enthusiast in this game.
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Key concepts in this article
Bugatti Bolide is a must-have with its 1,850 horsepower.
IVT AGP R-07 offers true F1-style performance.
The R-07 is priced fairly at 800,000 Bucks.
The Terzo Millennio can hit 0-60mph in 1.9 seconds. 6.
The Season 1 Pass offers access to the Ferrari SF90 Stradale in the game.
Earn Credits and Choose the Best Cars in The Crew Motorfest
With over 600 vehicles available, including motorcycles, planes, and boats, players are eagerly working to earn credits for their purchases.
If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to earn credits, we’ve put together a comprehensive money guide to help you out.
Once you’ve accumulated enough credits, the next question arises: which cars should you spend your hard-earned money on?
We’ve compiled a list of cars that can only be obtained through purchase, and these are our top recommendations.
Grinding to obtain these cars in The Crew Motorfest will be worth your time and effort.
Introducing the highly anticipated car that every Motorfest player wants to own. Bugatti has once again raised the bar with their latest creation, the Bolide. This ultimate track car shares the same powerful 8.0-litre quadturbo W16 engine as its predecessors, the Veyron and Chiron. However, the Bolide takes it to the next level with an impressive 1,850 horsepower, surpassing even the mighty Chiron. Not only is it incredibly powerful, but it’s also lightweight compared to the Veyron and Chiron.
Weighing in at just 1,240 kilograms, the Bolide boasts an impressive power-to-weight ratio of close to 1.5hp per kg. This results in mind-blowing acceleration, with a 0-60mph time of just 2.17 seconds. And let’s not forget about the top speed, which is claimed to be a staggering 311mph. Although the in-game experience may not reach those heights, it’s the car’s performance on both straights and corners that truly sets it apart.
With its Le Mans Prototype-inspired design, the Bolide combines speed and agility like no other car in its class. It dominates corners with ease, making it the fastest among the non-Alpha GP cars. It’s no wonder that this car is a must-have for any enthusiast. You can add it to your collection for either 2,268,700 Bucks or 324,100 Crew Credits.
IVT AGP R-07
If you are a fan of F1, you might already know that some Red Bull F1 cars are featured in The Crew Motorfest. However, there are other single-seaters available as well.
One car that we highly recommend is the IVT AGP R-07, which has an impressive performance level stat in its class, second only to the Red Bull RB18.
To unlock the RB18, you need to complete the Motorsports playlist. But don’t worry, you’ll need to own the R-07 in order to participate in that.
The R-07 is a powerful machine, boasting 900 horsepower and weighing 600 kilograms, making it a true F1-style car.
Unlike real F1 cars, it features active aerodynamics with rear wings that pop up based on the type of corner you’re taking. Plus, unlike the RB18, there’s no obstructive halo that you can’t make transparent.
But here’s the best part: the cost. The R-07 is fairly priced at 800,000 Bucks or 114,300 Crew Credits.
You can even purchase it as part of a package deal with the Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 and Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Competizione (Daytona), which is a much more affordable option than buying all three separately.
If you have the Season 1 Pass, we also recommend keeping an eye out for the Ferrari SF90 Stradale, which will be added to the game soon.
With its expanded lineup of cars, The Crew Motorfest offers an exciting experience for all racing enthusiasts.
Lamborghini Terzo Millennio
Electric cars, despite their impressive speed and performance, aren’t universally loved. Many car enthusiasts crave the unique sound of traditional combustion engines, like the howl of a V8 or the scream of a V12.
Electric motors, on the other hand, produce a mere whir, often compared to a “vacuum cleaner” sound.
It’s a shame that this outdated mindset prevents some people from appreciating the many advantages of electric cars.
But if there’s one electric car that can win over even the most die-hard petrolheads, it’s the Terzo Millennio.
This exceptional vehicle is Lamborghini’s electric hypercar, offering a driving experience like no other. Its futuristic design is complemented by a sound that’s unlike any other electric car.
It’s as if the throttle is a hyperspace button, providing an analogue-like feel in an electric vehicle.
Of course, the performance of the Terzo Millennio is truly outstanding. With four motors, one on each wheel, it boasts a total of 838 horsepower, propelling it from 0-60mph in a blistering 1.9 seconds.
In the game, it can reach a top speed of 255mph, making it incredibly thrilling to drive. Surprisingly, despite having less than half the power of the Lotus Evija, it manages to outperform it in speed.
Beyond its impressive speed, the Terzo Millennio handles beautifully, offering a satisfying driving experience.
The interior view adds to the overall pleasure of driving this remarkable car. It would undeniably be a worthy addition to any car enthusiast’s collection. If you’re interested, you can purchase it for either 2,000,600 Bucks or 285,800 Crew Credits.
At Motorfest, you have the fantastic opportunity to test drive cars for two minutes. This brief experience is more than enough to convince anyone of the Terzo Millennio’s unique qualities.
Its sound and performance set it apart from other electric cars, making it a standout choice.
So, while not everyone appreciates electric cars, the Terzo Millennio has the potential to change minds and win over even the most stubborn critics. Its remarkable features make it a true gem in the world of electric vehicles.
In the realm of The Crew Motorfest, top-tier cars like the Bugatti Bolide, IVT AGP R-07, and the Lamborghini Terzo Millennio offer unprecedented performance and driveability.
While they require significant in-game investment, the immersive experience and racing prowess these vehicles provide make them undeniably worth the grind.
From the roaring power of combustion engines to the futuristic whir of electric motors, Motorfest showcases the ever-evolving landscape of automotive technology.
Ultimately, whether you’re a traditional petrolhead or an electric car enthusiast, this game serves as a thrilling podium for all.