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All cars are restricted to a set number of classes, with the exception of Derelicts, which can be customised into any of the five classes.
Customisation allows for any owned cars to be altered and personalised to a player's taste.
Parts available can be equipped to vehicles through the garage, but parts have to be unlocked by reaching certain milestones and the amount of available parts differs between vehicles.
Performance Parts can be equipped to improve the performance level and ratings of a vehicle, but some upgrades can be chosen over others to push a vehicle towards a specific setup or set of driving requirements.
A Deluxe Edition was also announced at the end of the trailer.
Numerous teasers were released leading up to the game's reveal on June 2, 2017 such as an initial reveal of the game's setting with an Under the Hood article and multiple tweeted images leading up to June 2nd.
It will be made available on PC, Play Station 4, and Xbox One as well as offering an improved visual experience on Play Station 4 Pro and Xbox One X.
The name of the 2017 game was revealed on June 2, 2017 with a trailer showcasing the location, high-concept of the plot, and multiple vehicles that will appear in the game.
Players take on the role of three characters across the single player campaign; Each have their own quests towards bringing down The House.
Taking place in the fictional Fortune Valley, players can purchase new cars or rebuild abandoned derelicts, and can customise their vehicles with parts they either win or buy.
Various visual aftermarket components, performance parts, paint schemes, vinyls, and stance can be equipped or manipulated to craft a unique vehicle.