Vehicles in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty are now purchasable through the Autofixer. Read on to learn more about the new Autofixer system and how to purchase vehicles after the 2.0 Update!
|Related Vehicle Guides|
|How to Purchase Vehicles||How to Get Vehicles for Free|
After loading a save in Update 2.0, you will receive a text from El Capitan informing you that the Autofixer netpage is online. You can access it through a computer or an Autofixer terminal.
Vehicles before Update 2.0 were sold by fixers. Previously, in order to purchase a vehicle, you had to visit where it was parked and spend eddies to complete the transaction.
With the Autofixer, all vehicles are now purchasable through the netpage and are easier to access thanks to the newly installed Autofixer terminals.
You can purchase vehicles by accessing the Autofixer netpage via Autofixer terminals, marked on your map with a car and a price tag, or the computers inside your owned apartments.
In the netpage, you can see the different manufacturers and the available vehicles they sell. More vehicles will become available for purchase as you raise your Street Cred.
Once you reach Dogtown, V will be able to start completing Vehicle Contracts for El Capitan. The rewards for these repeatable gigs will be a smattering of eddies, weapons, mods, and components.
However, the best reward of them all is the Autofixer Discount Shard which grants V a discount for all cars when purchasing from the Autofixer. The discount can stack and will apply to your next purchase.
Note: The discounts will not be permanent. Once you use up your accumulated discount in a single purchase, the counter will reset, prompting you to collect more discount shards if you want another discount.
Since Autofixer Discount Shards stack, it is possible to get vehicles for free if you do enough contracts. This will allow you to get something like the missile-wielding Hellhound (original price is 150,000 Eddies) for free.
First-time users of the Autofixer will notice that some of the cars on the website are still marked as locked despite having 50 Street Cred. In order to unlock these, you will first need to unlock them by completing multiple Vehicle Contracts for El Capitan.
While browsing the Autofixer netpage, you will notice icons on the upper left corner of some of the vehicles. This indicates that the vehicle has a mounted weaponry that you can use while driving.
Mounted weaponries automatically reload after expending all of their ammo.
There are two types of mounted weaponry: Machine Gun and Missile Launcher.
|Machine Gun||・Shoots machine gun bullets in front of the vehicle
・50 max ammo
|Missile Launcher||・Launches a volley of missiles at a target area
・3 max ammo
Below is a list of the currently available vehicles mounted with machine guns.
|Vehicles with Machine Guns|
|Galena "Gecko"||Colby "Little Mule"|
|Shion "Coyote"||Type-66 "Javelina"|
Quartz "Specter" is a new vehicle added in Update 2.0 and is one of the vehicles with pre-installed machine guns.
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Autofixer Guide: How to Purchase Vehicles
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