Milestone has released a new trailer and screenshots for Hot Wheels Unleashed unveiling the roster of vehicles that will be available to players at launch.
Here are the details, via Milestone:
Featuring 66 vehicles at launch, including Hot Wheels’ most celebrated original designs over the brand’s 53-year history, the lineup also includes cars that have become icons of automotive pop culture, such as “Party Wagon” from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, “Snoopy” from Peanuts, “K.I.T.T.” from NBC’s Knight Rider, and the “Time Machine” from Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment’s Back to the Future.
For those players looking to get behind the wheel of their favorite vehicles found on today’s city streets and racetracks, diecast favorites will be featured from original manufacturers representing the past, present, and future of car culture. From classic rides such as the 1932 Ford ‘Deuce’ and the 1969 Dodge Charger, to modern favorites including the Audi R8 Spyder and Honda S2000, plus hypercars packed with future technology such as the 2020 Koenigsegg Jesko—there is truly a ride for everyone.
Additional vehicles will be made available by playing Hot Wheels Unleashed across all its different game modes.
In addition to Hot Wheels originals like “Boneshaker” and “Twin Mill,” below are some of the cars fans can drive to their heart’s content at launch:
- Entertainment IP Cars
- TMNT Party Wagon
- Back to the Future Time Machine
- Original Manufacture Cars
- Audi R8 Spyder
- Audi Sport Quattro
- ’55 Chevy
- Copo Camaro
- ’71 El Camino
- ’69 Dodge Charger Daytona
- RAM 1500 Rebel
- FIAT 500
- ’32 Ford
- 1956 Ford Truck
- 2018 Ford Mustang GT
- Honda S2000
- 2020 Koenigsegg Jesko
- Mini Cooper S Challenge
Hot Wheels Unleashed players will be able to upgrade vehicles using the in-game Rarity System. With the Rarity System, players will be able to collect and dismantle in-game vehicles in order to improve how their vehicles perform. Some upgrades can only be discovered in unique and secret ways.
Hot Wheels Unleashed is due out for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC via Steam on September 30.
Watch the trailer below.
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