Project CARS 3 Legends Pack Available

Project CARS 3 Legends Pack Available

Project CARS 3 Legends Pack Available

Slightly Mad Studios released the Legends Pack DLC which is the first commercial addon for Project CARS 3.

The pack contains 3 classic Japanese cars from the 1990s, in the form of the Toyota Supra mkIV Turbo, the Mazda RX-7 R2, and the 1997 Acura NSX. The street version cars are all ready to be upgraded with full race conversion kits, along with dozens of customisation options such as liveries, decals and pasterns. Furthermore, the pack contains 16 new legend-themed Events.

As part of the newly released v1.07 update, all players also get the Yas Marina Circuit free of cost.

The Digital Download PC version of the Pcars3 Legends Pack DLC is available via Steam for 9,99€.

Project CARS 3 Legends Pack Content

  • 16 Themed Events built around legendary cars and tracks
  • 12 Liveries
  • 20 Decals
  • 5 Patterns
  • Achievements / Trophies
  • 5 Rims
  • 10 Tyres
  • 10 License Plates
  • 5 Race Numbers
  • 1 New Character with 10 Outfits & 10 Helmets
  • 1 Free track: Yas Marina, Abu Dhabi, UAE

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1997 Acura NSX + Race Conv.

Japan’s greatest-ever supercar. Tuned over the course of months by a 3-time world-champion alongside Japan’s fastest F1 driver of the time, this perfectly balanced Acura comes with a mid-mounted 3.2L engine and world-class handling that remains unmatched to this day. Upgrading it to its full race spec’ is the stuff of motorsport dreams.


1994 Toyota Supra MkIV Turbo + Race Conv.

The street racing legend that put Japanese imports on every racer’s wish list comes with a punchy 3L twin-turbo good for 321hp and 0-100kmh in under 5s. But that’s just the starting point: upgrade this beast that made the name “Supra” a legend and build yourself a supercar tamer.


1994 Mazda RX-7 R2 + Race Conv.

The R2 spec’ Mazda RX-7 came with an aero pack with wing and spoiler along with softer, grippier suspension, and that self-same stratospheric-revving rotary twin-turbo engine. This car begins as a purist’s drive with otherworldly handling and feel but upgrading it to its full potential will unleash the true potential of this fabled Mazda. Oversteer not optional!

Yas Marina Circuit

Designed by Hermann Tilke, Yas Marina Circuit has three distinct sectors—the super-quick and fun sweeps from the start down through from T1 to T7, the two long straights that follow, and the intense, difficult, right-up-to-the-wall section from T11 to T21.

This place will test your braking ability like few others—almost one quarter of an average lap will see you stomping the middle pedal—with a dozen or so spots that really benefit the last of the late brakers. If you’re timid on the brakes here, you’ll never be quick enough.

The other challenge is the curbs: make sure your setup is compliant enough so you’re not nervous running them because you’re going to be riding over those things all day (and night) long.

This is a circuit that favours drivers who know how to get the best out of their brakes, and those who are both technical and super-aggressive. A rollercoaster ride that’s waiting for you in Project CARS 3