Cyberpunk 2077 2.1: How to unlock the Porsche 911 Cabriolet convertible and new bikes

The "last big update" for Cyberpunk 2077, version 2.1, has launched, and brought with it six new playable vehicles to truck V around Night City. Five of the vehicles are bikes, while a sixth is a new car, the Porsche 911 Cabriolet. Here's how to unlock them for your garage.

How to Unlock the Cyberpunk 2077 update 2.1 new vehicles

Players who own the base game (Phantom Liberty isn't required) have it updated can unlock the new cars and bikes early on, but be warned: They won't come free.

All the new version 2.1 vehicles, including the Porsche 911, are exclusive to El Capitan's AutoFixer website, accessible from any net terminal and various AutoFixer consoles throughout the city. They'll cost a goodly amount of eddies to purchase. Consider driving one of the game's many free vehicles while you build some savings, if you find yourself short.

Unlocking the Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet (930) from AutoFixer

Like the free Quadra "Hoon", the Porsche 911 Cabriolet has a small quest tied to it that players will need to complete before the car is unlocked for summoning from V's garage.

The single new car in the Cyberpunk 2077 2.1 update is a real-world classic, the Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet. It is, essentially, a convertible version of the same Porsche 911 Turbo (930) that Johnny Silverhand drove. You can acquire Johnny's OG 911 for free from the quest "Chippin' In"

This new Porsche, though, will cost you a cool €$73,000 eddies. You can also apply discount coupons received from El Capitan for his car retrieval missions, or from the repeatable races added with the 2.1 update. The races require completing Claire Russel's "The Beast In Me" quest line, first.

Once you buy the car from AutoFixer, you'll receive a text from El Capitan, letting you know that something's gone wrong with the delivery. This will kick off the short side gig "Shape of A Pony".

Completing "Shape of a Pony" and claiming the Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet

"Shape of a Pony" is a short quest. El Capitan will send you a set of coordinates on the edge of Santo Domingo to go to. When you arrive, you'll find a body that looks surprisingly familiar.

Loot "Johnny Silverman" for more coordinates, and proceed to the market to find a small, lightly guarded Wraith camp. Neutralize the guards, and loot one of them for the car's key. Then hop into your brand-new Porsche 911, complete with a unique, Samurai-inspired paint job. Completing the job has a chance to spawn a pursuing Wraith vehicle, so be ready for a bit of combat as you leave.

Contacting El Capitan to inform him that you've claimed the car you rightfully own will complete the quest and add the 911 Cabriolet to your garage for easy summoning.

New bikes for Cyberpunk 2077 version 2.1

The new update also included five new motorcyles to the game's lineup. All are variants of existing models, with tweaked performance and a sale price on AutoFixer.

We've added them to our master list of cars and bikes, but here are their details below, so you know which ones are new.

ARCH Nazare "Kobold"

Cost: €$68,000

If two variants of the high-backed Nazare variant with a scary face molded onto the headlight weren't enough, the Kobold is a third for your gallery. The other two are available for free as quest rewards. The "Itsumade" is acquired at the end the unmarked "Highwayman" quest, while the "Malina-Mobile" is a Phantom Liberty-exclusive quest reward, and getting it depends on your choices in the mission "Dazed and Confused".

ARCH Nazare "Racer"

Cost: €$74,000

This new, more aggressively-styled variant of the ARCH Nazare sports carbon fiber materials and bright red LED lighting strips. It's also tuned for racing, and turns and accelerates somewhat faster than its other Nazare siblings.

Brennan Apollo 650-S

Cost: €$36,000

The 650-S drops the utilitarian, off-road character of the standard Apollo (and Scorpion's Aldecaldo-customized version) for a more pavement-friendly body shape and a nice boost to horsepower. Its fairings match the 650-S "Scout" model used by the NCPD's motorcycle squads.

Yaiba Kusanagi "Akashita"

Cost: €$72,000

This version of the Yaiba Kusanagi CT-3X is heavy on green and red highlights, and looks like a de-branded version of the Kusanagis ridden by members of the Tyger Claws, thanks to its stripped fairings and raised rear seat back. Its performance is identical to the standard CT-3X, though.

Yaiba Kusanagi "Peacekeeper"

Cost: €$75,000

This new version of the Yaiba Kusanagi has lost its fairings in exchange for a patriotic blue paint job and LED lighting. Its lighter weight helps it maneuver and do some of the new tricks bikes are capable of in version 2.1.

Cyberpunk 2077 is available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.