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Electric Pack

Electric Pack

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Get to grips with 4 of the world’s quickest electric vehicles—the 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo S; the record-breaking 2020 Volkswagen ID.R; the 2020 Audi AI:RACE concept; and the NIO EP9. Own the future with the Project CARS 3: Electric Pack.

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Audi AI:RACE

Audi AI:RACE

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Audi AI:RACE

Audi AI:RACE

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Nio EP9

Nio EP9

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Nio EP9

Nio EP9

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Porsche Taycan Turbo S

Porsche Taycan Turbo S

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Porsche Taycan Turbo S

Porsche Taycan Turbo S

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Volkswagen ID.R

Volkswagen ID.R

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Volkswagen ID.R

Volkswagen ID.R

Zandvoort Circuit - Day

Zandvoort Circuit - Day

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Zandvoort Circuit - Night

Zandvoort Circuit - Night

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Now in its 74th year, Circuit Zandvoort remains one of the world’s greatest driving challenges. A place where rhythm and racecraft rule supreme.

Racing at Zandvoort goes back to 1939, in that strange summer before the war, when the Netherlands hosted its first-ever international race on the streets of a seaside town named Zandvoort. The event was so popular that mayor Van Alphen decided to build a permanent facility in the dunes just north of the town. After the war, John Hugenholtz—who would go on to become one of the world’s greatest track designers (Suzuka, Zolder, Jarama, etc.)—would oversee the construction of Sammy Davis’s (not that Sammy Davis, the 1927 Le Mans-winning Sammy Davis!) layout that followed the already-present road in and around the dunes. The gates opened on the 7th August, 1948, and the track became an instant classic, one that remained a regular venue on the F1 calendar for decades. Demanding and difficult and loved by drivers and fans, it was only when finances became an issue that F1 reluctantly left in the mid-’80s. That didn’t alter Zandvoort’s pedigree one bit, though. Always a serious test of car and driver, the track remains home to the cream of European racing series, including the ADAC GT Masters, the FIA GT3 European Championship, the FIA European Formula 3 Championship, touring cars, and a world-class historics weekend. This track rewards talent like few others.

  • The 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo S is “soul, electrified”. 750hp,  0-100kmh in 2.5s, and a brain-warping 1.3Gs under full acceleration.
  • The 2020 Volkswagen ID.R is the first car to break the 8-minute barrier at Pikes Peak and lapped the Nürburgring in a jaw-dropping 6:05.336—the fastest electric vehicle in the world.
  • The 2020 Audi AI:RACE is Audi’s design and technical all-electric concept car with 765hp in boost mode and 0-100kmh in a blink over 2s. LMP1-like performance.
  • The 2019 Nio EP9 holds world records for production cars on many tracks around the world and tops out at a blistering  350kmh.
  • Latest “Season 7” Formula E liveries
  • 16 themed career events
  • New “Electric Pack-based” achievements and trophies
  • 12 Liveries / 20 Decals / 5 Patterns
  • 5 Rims / 10 Tyres
  • 10 License Plates / 5 Race Numbers
  • 1 new character with 10 outfits and 10 helmets

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