Asphalt 9’s rarest rides

Of the game’s many incredible cars, these are the hardest to come by.

Asphalt 9: Legends

Epic Arcade Car Racing Game


Best known for its blazing speed and wild track design, Asphalt 9 is teeming with amazing cars – over 60 astoundingly realistic speed machines in all. But the coolest ones aren’t easy to come by.

To get the keys to these rides, you have to unlock them during special limited-time events. Here’s a look at four automotive beasts that can only be acquired through great skill and dedication – and a little luck.

Lamborghini Huracán Evo Spyder

Top speed: 344
Handling: 75.97
Nitro D: 82.43
Acceleration: 84.31

This supercar debuted in the game the instant the curtain was lifted on its real-world counterpart at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. Eager Asphalt 9 fans have kept an eye on motor show unveilings ever since.

McLaren Senna

Top speed: 340
Handling: 73.57
Nitro D: 53.07
Acceleration: 74.8

McLaren Automotive’s drool-worthy cars have appeared in many popular racing games, but the Senna is a rarity. Asphalt 9 is the only place you can take this highly sought-after track car for a spin.

Lamborghini Terzo Millennio

Top speed: 379
Handling: 44
Nitro D: 52.63
Acceleration: 77.5

One of Asphalt 9’s most coveted rides is also its most mysterious. Representing Lamborghini’s futuristic vision of what a premium sports car might look like, the Terzo Millennio gives you a taste of tomorrow’s race car, today.

W Motors Lykan Hypersport

Top speed: 407.5
Nitro D: 58.26
Acceleration: 80.48

You want speed? You got it in the Lykan Hypersport. It’s also an inspiration: the design team credits the car’s leading role in Furious 7 – where it leaped between some of the world’s tallest skyscrapers – for the memorable race-through-a-building sequence in the game’s San Francisco track.

    Asphalt 9: Legends

    Epic Arcade Car Racing Game