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Cyberpunk 2077 Guide: Where to find the Rayfield Caliburn hypercar

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In CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 there’s a range of cars prime for the taking at any given time. The ability call to a vehicle to your specific location is a welcome one, especially whilst out in the more rural areas. While useful, this feature is of course limited to those vehicles V actually owns. Throughout the campaign and via side missions, some will be gifted to you and you can of course buy them if you have the eddies to spare. Best yet, they can also be found!

During our review we were able to find the Rayfield Caliburn: a sleek hypercar fitted with privacy glass, a retractable spoiler and a top speed north of 200 miles per hour. We’re happy to share, so we’ve got the info you need so you can find one for yourself.

Before going searching for the car you’ll need to get through the first few hours of the game until the Westbrook lockdown is no longer in effect. (Update: It’s also been reported that the car won’t show up until you’ve progressed a little further — we’d recommend doing a nearby quest line that involves Panam. Play that until you get Scorpion’s motorcycle). Once that’s done, head out to the south east side of the map as indicated in the below images where it says “Your Vehicle”.

Here you’ll find a cave. Drive in and you’ll soon come to a blue shipping container on your left which contains your new ride — you’ll also see an icon with a car (and if you don’t progress further through the story). Simply jump in and it will be added to your list of cars.

Don’t forget to buckle up!

Cyberpunk 2077 is available now on Windows PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Stadia. A current-gen upgrade will be available for Xbox Series S & X and PS5 in 2021, though you can play in backwards compatibility now if you’re impatient.

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Jay Ball

I'm a big fan of older consoles and can flawlessly complete the first 2 levels of Donkey Kong Country with my eyes closed. These days I still play platformers but also love shooters, arcade racers and action adventure titles. I may or may not be in denial about the death of rhythm games.