The twenty-second game in the Need for speed franchise has been released on current generation consoles and has received acclaim for the new features and mechanics introduced. No need for speed arrives on the scene as another radical overhaul of the game’s core structure with new racing events, optional visual effectsand the ability to create a racing avatar.
However, the vehicle makes the racer and players need top-notch cars to compete in the competitive racing world. In particular, the drifting events that players will participate in will require vehicles that perform best in that category. With this in mind, players will no doubt be looking for the best cars to drift in Need for speed not consolidated.
8/8 BMW M4 Coupe (2018)
BMW’s line of vehicles is not known for their racing capabilities. However, they are more commonly seen in drift competitions due to their speed and control. The BMW M4 Coupé has a sleek, modern design that resembles most modern cars, setting it apart from other BMW vehicles.
In No need for speed, the M4 Coupé performs exceptionally in multiple events, but will reach its full potential in the drift category. With a top speed of 186 miles per hour, the M4 Coupé has excellent handling and a drift rate of 20%, making it perfect for cornering.
7/8 Buick Grand National GNX (1987)
To maximize points scored in drifting events No need for speed, players must optimize the amount of sliding without losing control of their vehicle. A vehicle that can get up to top speed quickly and fish on command is therefore ideal for such events, and players can do much worse than the Buick Grand National GNX.
The Grand National GNX is a tuned Grand National with more power than its predecessor. In the game, the GNX has a top speed of 185 miles per hour with a drift rating of 20%. With the acceleration of the GNX, drivers reach the perfect speed just before entering a corner, faster than most of the other great drifting cars in the game.
6/8 Mazda RX-7 Spirit R (2002)
The Mazda RX-7 is a well-known legend on the drift circuit, the former lead car of drift star Youichi Imamura and featured in the widely celebrated racing mangaInitial D. In addition, the RX-7 has an extensive history in street racing and is loved by most car enthusiasts as one of the best cars to take to the track.
The RX-7 has unique capabilities that require it to be specially tuned to handle high-speed turns thanks to its rear-wheel drive. In No need for speedthe RX-7 has a top speed of 159 miles per hour with excellent traction and a drift rate of 40% in handling.
5/8 Nissan 180SX Type X (1996)
Nissan is another line of vehicles that many racers, both pro and recreational, rely on to give them an edge on the track with the right parts. The Nissan 180SX is a well-used classic that can perform incredibly well on multiple track types, but is common in drift events.
Acquiring the 180SX in No need for speed won’t break the bank and will provide a powerful vehicle for players to get through most of the game. With a top speed of 146 miles per hour, the 180SX can compete admirably with just a little tuning, thanks to its 20% drift rating.
4/8 Nissan 350Z (2008)
The Nissan 350z is a powerful two-door compact car that is sought after for its wide range customization options and above average acceleration. Due to the size of the 350z it is exceptional at cornering, and it is no different in the corners No need for speed.
Capable of going from zero to sixty in less than six seconds and costing just under sixty thousand in-game currency, a well-tuned 350z will glide down the streets in No need for speed and take corners like nothing else on the market thanks to the drift value from 20%.
3/8 Nissan Silvia Spec-R Aero (2002)
The Silvia Spec-r Aero is a wide-body two-door with excellent horsepower and handling. Many Nissan vehicles feature prominently in street and track racing, and the Aero is no different. However, players who prefer drift racing will want a car that can maintain its speed as it skates through corners and accelerates to get back into the race.
Capable of going from zero to sixty in less than six seconds and with a top speed of 155 mph, the Aero is a great choice to consider No need for speed. It also has a drift value of 20%, making it one of the best drift cars in the game.
2/8 Subaru BRZ Premium (2014)
The Subaru BRZ is a vehicle known in the drifting community as one of the premier cars used by Dai Yoshihara, a champion in many Drift competitions. The BRZ has excellent cornering control and acceleration that has a lot of potential when properly tuned.
Players must fine-tune the engine and transmission to awaken this beast and dominate the drift competitions No need for speed has to offer. The BRZ has a base top speed of 144 miles per hour and a drift rating of 20%.
1/8 Nissan Skyline GT-R V Spec (1993)
The Nissan Skyline is a favorite with fans of the racing community and car enthusiasts alike. The Japanese-made car rose to a higher level of popularity in the fast and furious movie series, where it was featured several times. The GTR is also a favorite and common unit for most Need for speed spell.
Sure, not many cars can compete with a well-modified Skyline GTR on the street or track, but when drifting through tight corners, the GTR excels in all-wheel-drive driveability and well-rounded handling and traction values. It’s a great car and one of the very best cars to drift in Need for speed not consolidated.
No need for speed is available on PS5, Xbox Series S|X and PC.