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Posted: Jun 29, 2020 @ 11:02 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 11:42 am GMT-0600
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At some point today Automobilista 2 will be officially released! That’s right!

While the dev team are making sure we understand AMS2 is a long-term project and they are still working towards future updates and releases, this is no doubt a really incredible milestone for the team. Here is what they have added since the last update…

New Content
– Stock Cars from 1979 with liveries (originally seen in AMS1).
– Stock Cars from 1999 and 2019.
– Stock Cars from 2020 (rear wheel drive!)
– Granja Viana kart track (originally seen in AMS1).
– Autodromo Nelson Piquet (Brasilia, originally seen in AMS1).
– First of two Ginettas (G55 GT4 Supercup & G58 that competes in P1 class of Brazilian Endurance).
– Lotus 72E.
– Brabham BT44.
– Mclaren M23.
– 1970s versions of Interlagos, Imola, Kyalami, Spielberg.

I am sure we will get some release notes upon release but in the meantime there are a bunch of screenshots below for you to look through:








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