♦ Class: Hypercar
♦ Drive Train: AWD
♦ Horsepower: 1660
♦ Topspeed: 211mph
♦ Weight: 3682
♦ Price: €$157,000
Caliburn is a Hypercar Vehicle in Cyberpunk 2077. The Caliburn has an AWD Drive Train, 1660 Horsepower and costs €$157,000. Vehicles can be used to quickly traverse through Night City.
The rich can be capricious. The dignified design of Rayfield’s flagship vehicle, the Aerondight, doesn’t appeal to everyone. Some prefer an equal level of luxury but with feistier flair. Rayfield developed the Caliburn with these clients in mind. Imbued with a sportier soul and crafted with a fire-breathing engine and aerodynamic body, driving the Caliburn feels like flying a jet at ground level. And whenever the driver wants to come down from their adrenaline high, they need only let go of the steering wheel to let the onboard navigational computer take control.
- Brand: Rayfield
- Model: Caliburn
- Country: UK
- Production Year: 2070
- Style: Neokitsch
- Horsepower: 1660
- Curb Weight: 1670
- Number of Seats: 2
- Number of Doors: 2
- Body Type: Coupe
- Door Mount: Swing
- Windscreen: Crystal Dome
How to Acquire Caliburn
- Sold by Fixer. Requires a Street Cred level of 40 and your presence in Downtown
Complete Hidden Gem in Badlands.
- Street Cred Required: 40
- Price: €$157,000
- Can also be found for free in the Badlands in a cave in a shipping container.
Caliburn Notes & Trivia
- The Caliburn has a rear engine which affects its handling.
- The Caliburn's engine sound is similar to a Lexus LFA's V10 engine.
This car is IMO in the top tier for steering and control if you can find your setting that allows you to not over steer via being to sensitive. It actually has great road grip but at default settings it becomes difficult because people tend to turn to hard then turn hard to correct and eventually spin out. If you had a steering wheel for a controller you would find this car almost to perfect to be realistic.
Now add in the highest 0-60 and the very fastest top speed in game and that is this car. I liked, but hated it. But because I loved its looks I kept coming back to it until I finally decided to take 30 minutes to calibrate the games sensitivity settings around this vehicle and wow. Game changer.
This car is too easy to get imo, it's not even rewarding getting it for free without any effort
In a post Patch 1.2 world, I find that this car is actually CONTROLLABLE if you lower steering sensitivity to 35.
This car is great on straightaways, but ass-tacular on a corner. definitely wanna watch your speed when driving this one.