None of the plethora of cars you can drive in CP 2077 were out of the ordinary. That's until the free Update 2.0 hit digital storefronts last week and turned the gameplay paradigm on its head. It changed a plethora of mechanics, including the ability to shoot from and with your car.
And if you want to hit the holy trifecta of looks, gun power, and handling, one of the best cars offered for free with Update 2.0 (Phantom Liberty not required) is the Ken Block homage vehicle, the Type-66 Hoon.
You can find it in the upper right region of the map, in some hangars shaped like an "L." I've outlined the exact spot in the image gallery above.
To add it to your collection, walk by it, and when Keanu Reeves spawns next to it, accept the mission and find the keys, which are located behind the right-hand side of the car in a box, hidden among some garbage. Again, looking through the image gallery, you'll see precisely where it is. It took me about 10 minutes to find it on my own, so I'd take the GPS version if I were you.
The car drives like a drifting dream. It's RWD and very powerful, just like its 1965 Hoonicorn Ford Mustang real-life counterpart, which can produce 1,400 hp and 1,250 lb-ft (1,694 Nm) of torque.
Regarding Phantom Liberty, the folks at CD Projekt RED outdid themselves. It's available for 30 bucks on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S. That's right, no last-gen. Compared to the release state and poor overall quality of Cyberpunk 2077, this expansion feels like it was made by totally different people.
I never liked the original game, not even after almost 30 hours of gameplay, but Phantom Liberty caught me off guard and swept me off my feet from the first 10 minutes of gameplay.
I cannot recommend this DLC enough if you have the base game because it simply blew my mind. Without giving out any spoilers, there's a 30-minute-long boss battle at roughly the 2-hour mark that's so entertaining, I could have sworn it was directed by Sony Santa Monica (God of War), Insomniac Games (Marvel's Spider-Man), or Naughty Dog (Uncharted, The Last of Us).
Add the Type-66 Hoon car to it all, and it makes the experience of driving and shooting in the gorgeous open world of Phantom Liberty all the better. Not to mention that if you pick the right skill points, you can even enable the Sandevistan to slow down time while you're at the wheel, firing those machine guns to your heart's content.