Some of the best cars you can get in GRID Legends are these travel cars.
In the newest GRID game from Codemasters, racing fans from all walks of life can enjoy a driving experience that is made just for them. When GRID Legends comes out in 2022, players will be able to jump right into a wide range of racing classes, from Drift to Touring and everything in between.
For people who like touring cars, GRID Legends has a huge number of touring class cars from many different decades. There is something for everyone, whether they have been race fans all their lives or have never done it before. Since there are so many tourers to choose from, it’s helpful to know which ones are the best and how to add them to the player’s locker.
Audi A4 Quatro Touring Car (8D)
The Audi A4 Quattro Touring Car (8D) is one of the best Touring cars in GRID Legends. It is the first of many classic touring cars that show that performance on the road is pretty much the same no matter how old the car is.
Before the all-wheel drive ban in the late 1990s, the A4 Quattro was a very popular car in Britain. Players can still drive this classic car, right down to its famous silver and red paint job. This old favorite isn’t too hard to find, as it can be unlocked from the Garage for 62,500 in-game credits.
Alfa Romeo 155 TS
With the Alfa Romeo 155 TS, which is one of the many cars that came after the 155, GRID Legends pays tribute to the mid-1990s. The 155 TS was first shown in Italy in 1993. It is a much leaner version of its predecessor, but it can still have more than 300hp.
Players will have to work hard to add this famous game from the past to their garage, but it’s worth the work. Complete Classic Touring Car Event 1 to add it to your garage.
Renault Laguna Touring Car
The Renault Laguna Touring Car was a power to be reckoned with in the mid to late 1990s. It was the lovechild of a road car and a Formula 1 partner. With a solid grade, especially in acceleration and handling, the car is just as reliable on a straight as it is on a hairpin. The Laguna’s performance shows how much F1 partner Williams influenced what was going on under the hood. Its body looks like the road car version.
The Laguna is a fun car to drive in any situation. Its yellow and blue color scheme is a throwback to the time it was made. Players will be able to get in if they can win the Classic Touring Car Event 2.
Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth Group A
The Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth Group A was the next step up from the type with the same name that was made before it in the 1980s. It came from Ford’s European branch. The Group A is better than its predecessor because it has a bigger turbo and more horsepower. This will help the car do well in Europe and Australia.
In addition to being better than the last model, the Sierra RS500 Cosworth Group A has a high rating for how well it handles. This makes it a great choice for races with a lot of rivals and lots of turns. It costs 63,250 in Geometry Dash Subzero game credits to buy and can be used right away on the field.
Chevrolet Camaro Super Tourer
The Chevrolet Camaro Super Tourer is a car that shows up often in the GRID series and is a popular choice for both new and experienced players. The Camaro stands out because of how it looks and how well it runs. Its red, yellow, and white color scheme comes from the Shell Corporation, which sponsors the car.
The Camaro Super Tourer has one of the best scores for braking among Touring cars, but that’s not always what racing fans want to hear about most. Even so, the Camaro holds its own with a very competitive level of power and handling, which makes it a great choice for any race. Once players finish Super Tourers Event 2, the recognizable car will be waiting for them in their garage.
Holden ZB Commodore Supercar
Holden is a well-known Australian car company that has ruled the racing scene up until its last year of competition in 2022. The Holden ZB Commodore Supercar was the last version of the Commodore line, which won a lot of trophies in the Australian V8 Supercars Championship while it was the top car.
Even though the Commodore has a unique shape that looks like that of a road car, its V8 engine gives it a surprising amount of power. Fans of Australian racing may not see the Commodore on the tracks anymore, but for just 69,062 in-game credits, they can experience its success.
Ford Falcon FG X Supercar
The Ford Falcon was the other big name in the Australian V8 Supercars, and it was just as strong as its main foe on the biggest stage for Australian racing. Ford, which is based in the US, had the Falcon as its top car model until 2019, when it switched to the Mustang. Even though neither the Falcon nor its fierce rival, the Holden, are on top of the podiums as much as they used to be, race fans can still play out the competition.
The Falcon’s performance is strangely similar to that of the Commodore, which isn’t surprising given how close the two cars were for many years. This means that the car should have great acceleration and steering. Players must finish the Super Tourers Event 1 in order to finish the Great Australian Racing Rivalry.
Porsche 935/78 Group 5 “Moby Dick”
With a name that sounds like the great whale from Melville’s famous book, “The Great Whale,” the Porsche 935/78 Group 5 is a big challenge for anyone who wants to race against the “red devil.” The Moby Dick is one of the top 20 fastest cars in GRID Legends across all classes, and it has a lot of power on the road.
The body of the car is designed to have as little drag as possible. This does wonders for the car’s performance, as shown by the way it speeds up like a bullet. It matches the speed it can reach with a turning system that makes it easy to move around the track. If players finish the Echo Sponsor Event, they can get this famous car from the 1970s.
Ford Capri Turbo Group 5
The people who are the heart of Detroit know a lot about cars. Ford, an American company, shines with its Capri Turbo Group 5, which is the only one of its cars to make it into the top 10. This car’s performance is exactly what you would expect from a car called the “Porsche killer.” It has a shovel bumper and a classic body that takes race fans back to the 1980s.
Racing fans will love that the Ford Capri Turbo Group 5 is a return to the 1970s and 1980s. Players must finish TC-1 Event 1 in order to get behind the wheel of this classic.
Nissan Skyline GT-R Group A (R32)
The only reason the Japanese company Nissan made the Skyline R32 GTR was to win Group A races. With the Skyline GT-R Group A, they chose to step it up a notch. The end result was a huge success. The car won all of the racing events in Japan and Australia, including the Bathurst 1000, which is the biggest race in Australia.
The GT-R Group A is good quality all around. It has great power distribution, smooth steering, and sharp handling that lets it weave through competition and on the racetrack. By finishing Heritage Super Tourers Event 1, players can drive this king of Asia and Oceania, complete with a retro paint job.
The PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S can all play GRID Legends.