ACC GT2 Pack Car List: Confirmed Vehicles Coming January 24

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The ACC GT2 Pack is not far away anymore. Six new vehicles have been confirmed to be coming to Assetto Corsa Competizione on January 24 – here’s what to look forward to.

Image credit: Kunos Simulazioni

Kunos Simulazioni has been unveiling the cars of the ACC GT2 Pack step by step in recent weeks. The Italian studio is looking to release the new vehicles with its upcoming DLC on January 24. Six new sets of wheels have been confirmed, with most of the cars that had been speculated to be part of the pack being there.

However, the Brabham BT63 GT2 will not come to ACC as part of the new DLC. After the recent end of Brabham Automotive, the BT63 and BT62 on which it is based are not in production anymore.

Still, sim racers will get to play around with six new track toys starting January 24. While they are more powerful than the GT3 class of cars, they also genereate less downforce. The result are cars with higher top speeds, but less cornering performance. Here are all the confirmed cars for the ACC GT2 Pack.

ACC GT2 Pack Full Car List​

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Audi R8 LMS GT2

  • Engine: 5.2-liter naturally-aspirated V10 (rear-mid-mounted)
  • Power: 640 PS / 470 kW
  • Weight: 1,350 kg (~ 2,796 lbs)
  • Gears: 7

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KTM X-Bow GT2

  • Engine: 2.48-liter turbocharged straight-5 (mid-mounted)
  • Power: 600 PS / 441 kW
  • Weight: 1,048 kg
  • Gears: 6

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Maserati MC20 GT2

  • Engine: 3-liter twin-turbo V6 (rear-mid-mounted)
  • Power: 630 hp / 463 kW
  • Weight: n/a, determined by BoP (road-going MC20: ~ 1,500 kg / 3307 lbs)
  • Gears: 6

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Mercedes-AMG GT2

  • Engine: 4-liter twin-turbo V8 (front-mounted)
  • Power: 707 PS / 520 kW
  • Weight: 1,445 kg / 3186 lbs
  • Gears: 6

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Porsche 911 GT2 RS Clubsport Evo

  • Engine: 3.8-liter 6-cylinder boxer (rear-mounted)
  • Power: 700 PS / 515 kW
  • Weight: 1,400 kg / 3086 lbs
  • Gears: 7

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Porsche 935 (2019)

  • Engine: 3.8-liter 6-cylinder boxer (rear-mounted)
  • Power: 700 PS / 515 kW
  • Weight: 1,380 kg / 3042 lbs
  • Gears: 7

Keep in mind that both power and weigth figures of each car are subject to Balance of Performance changes. The numbers shown here are the base figures as listed by the manufacturers, if available.

The new additions all ran in the GT2 European Series in 2023, with only the Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo GT2 not being part of the DLC. However, the Lamborghini Huracán Super Trofeo EVO 2 from the Challengers Pack could fill this gap nicely.

ACC GT2 Pack: More Content?​

With six cars that feature very different approaches in engine layouts and styling confirmed, could there bere more in the ACC GT2 Pack? So far, all ACC DLC bar the GT4 Pack featured at least one new track as well. The most recent example is the 2023 GT World Challenge Pack released in April of 2023, which added three new GT3 racers as well as Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia.

Numerous circuits that SRO series run on in real life are still missing from Assetto Corsa Competizione. As the ACC GT2 Pack focuses on a European series, circuits like the Hockenheimring, Red Bull Ring or Portimão could be candidates – if a track is included at all, that is.


The ACC GT2 Pack releases on January 24. To kick things off, OverTake/RaceDepartment is going to be part of a preview event with fellow content creators on January 23 at 7pm CET. Keep an eye on our socials, as we are going to stream the first look at the DLC live!

What are your thoughts on the ACC GT2 Pack? Are you looking forward to it? Let us know on Twitter @OverTake_gg or in the comments below!

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No track, no purchase.

Probably sound childish but I predict these cars will be popular for a couple of weeks until the novelty wears off and everyone will go back to GT3.

Hopefully a new track is included, we badly need one given Valencia was the last track we got and that was 8 months ago.
 
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No track, no purchase.

Probably sound childish but I predict these cars will be popular for a couple of weeks until the novelty wears off and everyone will go back to GT3.

Hopefully a new track is included, we badly need one given Valencia was the last track we got and that was 8 months ago.

Exactly this.. I am stoked for the new DLC, yes, I'm sure the GT2's will be a lot of fun. But ughh I know end of Feb it'll be just like the M2, Ferrari 488 and GT4.. A dead and basically non-existent community except for a few randoms that randomly show up every few months/weeks. I'm waiting to see if I buy it or not based on exactly that reason, "No track, no sale". If anything I'll grab it in a few months when Summer Steam Sale comes around or something like that. But if it has no track it's not worth it to me IMO to pick it up release day. HOPEFULLY a track will be included.. HOPEFULLY. But last DLC didn't we get a whiff of the new track by the 2nd release video? Either 2nd or 3rd we saw hints of Valencia
 
Really awesome, can't wait to see this update, I'm really hyped! Too bad only for having removed the Brabham GT63, it could have been included anyway even if it is no longer produced, there is not a single simulator today that has this interesting car (if we exclude the modifications for AC). :(:(
Are you also sorry for the lack of new tracks, the last track dates back 8/9 months ago? Let's hope that Kunos takes seriously the idea of a dedicated DLC where the remaining tracks can be inserted. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
 
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Deicide The Light Bearer
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Really awesome, can't wait to see this update, I'm really hyped! Too bad only for having removed the Brabham GT63, it could have been included anyway even if it is no longer produced, there is not a single simulator today that has this interesting car (if we exclude the modifications for AC). :(:(
Are you also sorry for the lack of new tracks, the last track dates back 8/9 months ago? Let's hope that Kunos takes seriously the idea of a dedicated DLC where the remaining tracks can be inserted. :thumbsup::thumbsup:
Im really dissapointed about the Brabham but at least I've got the BT62 in AMS2 which is the closest thing to it, but yeah, gutted! Will still be buying the pack though, just for the pure joy of driving these beasties. I think it was originally planned that Nords and the GT2s were coming out together, so that would have been the track if there was gunna be one, so seeing as Nords is gunna be later now, I don't hold out much hope for a new track (not that I would'nt absoloutely love to have Magny Cours or Hockenheim.. No scratch that, I want both!). I'd be very happy to be surprised though!
 
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Still hoping a BoP'd Huracan ST Evo2 GT2 will shown as an extra for Challengers Pack owners when selecting the GT2 class, if not included as a separate car on the DLC. I enjoy driving it the most from that pack, but would have renewed motivation to use it vs. a new field of varied BoP'd cars.
 
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Red Bull Ring would make sense, as it is included in the GT2 calendar. I hope it’s true, it’s a simple and fun track, and not as easy as it looks.

Like many, I am bit bummed that the Brabham is not included. The Lambo is also missing. It was also not included in the latest Raceroom DTM 2023 season pack. Is it so expensive to license the Lamborghinis?
 
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Red Bull Ring would make sense, as it is included in the GT2 calendar. I hope it’s true, it’s a simple and fun track, and not as easy as it looks.

Like many, I am bit bummed that the Brabham is not included. The Lambo is also missing. It was also not included in the latest Raceroom DTM 2023 season pack. Is it so expensive to license the Lamborghinis?
ACC already has the Lambo.
 

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