Ultimate Drift Hunters MAX Cars List
Drift Hunters MAX brings back your favorite cars from the original game, alongside eleven brand-new additions for the ultimate free browser drifting experience.
- Drift Hunters MAX Car List
- Cars Under 25000 Credits
- Cars Under 40000 Credits
- Cars With x2.0 Score Multipliers Or Better
- Cars With x3.0 Score Multipliers Or Better
- Drift Hunters MAX Ultimate Car
While the original Drift Hunters game was already a smash hit for drifting fans, Drift Hunters MAX improves upon everything that the original game offered, while delivering many more exciting features. Best of all – it’s still completely free to enjoy.
Like its predecessor, Drift Hunters MAX is a free-to-play browser game that everyone can play from basically anywhere to quench their thirst for sideways, tire-shredding action.
With improved graphics, physics, and the addition of cloud-based progress save capability, Drift Hunters MAX is, without a doubt, the best online free-to-play browser-based drifting game available right now, and it’s exclusively available at Drifted.com.
Drift Hunters MAX brings back all of the fan-favorites and adds not one, not two, but ELEVEN exciting brand new cars to its list. We hope you’ll agree that we’re spoiling you for choice here!
So, without further ado, lets check out which vehicles you’re able to buy with your hard-earned drift skill points in Drift Hunters MAX.
Drift Hunters MAX Car List
Much care and attention to detail was given to the Drift Hunters MAX car selection, and that’s why we asked the Drifted fanbase for the cars they’d most like to see featured in the game.
That’s why we’re delighted to deliver the best selection of drift cars that only Drift Hunters MAX can offer.
Drift Hunters MAX brings back all 26 of your favorite drift cars from the original game and adds eleven new awesome drift cars to complete its now-massive 37-car roster. From legendary JDM legends to Euro-classics, you name it; it’s in Drifted.com’s newest exclusive game.
A few cars will be available for immediate purchase with the starting bonus of 25000 credits. With the massive car selection in Drift Hunters MAX, we cannot blame you if you’re having a hard time picking your starting car.
Cars Under 25000 Credits
The following cars are some of the initial choices you’ll have the opportunity to get your hands on when starting with the game.
All these cars under 25000-credits are some of the best beginner drift cars in Drift Hunters MAX. With ample power and very predictable handling characteristics, the under 25000-credits class of cars will help you refine and improve your drifting skills in this Drifted.com exclusive.
Toyota Trueno (AE86)
No modern drifting or driving game is complete without the legendary Toyota Trueno AE86.
In Drift Hunters MAX, the AE86 is (luckily) the first car you’ll have in-game. Using the bonus cash awarded to you at the start of the game, you can either choose to upgrade the AE86 and turn it into a drift monster, or move on to the other cars in this list. The choice is up to you!
Mazda MX-5 (ND)
The MX-5 platform is the best-selling roadster in history. You can’t go wrong with the Miata’s tried and tested lightweight rear-wheel-drive layout.
If you want to skip upgrading the AE86, then by all means. go ahead and jump straight to the MX-5. You’ll still have enough points left over after purchase to mod the MX-5 to become an awesome drift machine.
Cost: 10000 Credits
Datsun Fairlady 240Z (S30Z)
If you like the look and feel of older yet still very capable classic drift cars, then the Datsun Fairlady 240Z is probably the one to buy at the start of the game.
Don’t let its looks fool you, the Datsun 240Z might be on the older side, but it is still a very competent drift car. In addition, the Datsun 240Z costs just 12100 credits, leaving you with a ton of spare cash that you can use to make the classic Z car much faster.
Cost: 12100 Credits
Nissan Silvia (S13)
Nissan’s Silvia line is a mainstay in the drifting scene, thanks to its turbo-powered rear-wheel-drive platform.
The Nissan Silvia S13 is arguably one of the best drift cars in the world. Its decent power output, low weight, and rear-wheel-drive make it an easy and predictable car for beginners in Drift Hunters MAX.
Cost: 14400 Credits
BMW M3 (E30)
The BMW M3 E30 was a homologation special that BMW had to sell to customers to qualify for Group A racing.
The E30 chassis is full of rich racing history and boasts a ton of wins under its belt.
Luckily for you, the BMW M3 (E30) is another car you can buy outright with the provided 25000 credits in Drift Hunters MAX. We have no doubts that fans of the E30 platform will want to buy this car right from the start.
Cost: 14400 Credits
Subaru Impreza WRX STI (GR)
Subaru’s WRC monster, the Impreza WRX STI, is one of the most popular and winningest cars in WRC history.
The Subaru Impreza WRX STI model featured in Drift Hunters MAX is called “Stink Eye” The Gen 3 model is the first Impreza model to include a hatchback option alongside the traditional sedan platform.
You can acquire this AWD rally legend for only 16900 credits.
Cost: 16900 Credits
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX (EVO)
We wouldn’t miss the chance to feature one of the most popular Evo models in the eyes of drift enthusiasts everywhere – the Lancer Evolution IX.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX is one of the few cars you can buy right at the start of the game with the provided 25000 credits. If you like the feel of an AWD drift car, then the Evo is the car to get to start your Drift Hunters MAX journey!
Cost: 19600 Credits
BMW M3 (E36)
The E36 is well-known as one of the most cost-effective sport-driving chassis for drifting.
You can’t go wrong with the BMW E36 – rear-wheel-drive and perfect balance with decent power make this a great drift car.
Fancy a European drift machine? Grab the E36 M3 for just 22500 credits right from the start of the game.
Cost: 22500 Credits
Cars Under 40000 Credits
The cars under 40000 credits feature more power and a better Score Multiplier than the cars under 25000 credits
Toyota GT86 (86)
The AE86 successor is one of the most recognizable Toyota models in the eyes of enthusiasts today.
Toyota stuck with the original AE86 race-proven formula: low weight, good handling dynamics, ample power with tons of tuning options make the GT86 a fun yet capable drift car in Drift Hunters MAX.
Cost: 25600 Credits
Honda S2000 AP1 (S2000)
Honda is known best for its ear-shattering high-revving four-cylinder engines.
The S2000 features Honda’s highest-revving four-cylinder engine in the 2.0L F20C found in the AP1.
A high-revving engine plus rear-wheel-drive make an awesome drift car – the S2000 will not disappoint in Drift Hunters MAX.
Cost: 28900 Credits
Nissan Silvia (S14)
You cannot go wrong with Nissan’s S-chassis. The S14 is a staple in the drift world and is loved by enthusiasts everywhere.
The Silvia S14 found in Drift Hunters MAX is the Zenki model with updated styling and an updated SR20DETT engine that now comes with Variable Cam Timing, giving the S14 enough power to spin its rear-wheel on command.
Cost: 32400 Credits
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X (EVOX)
The Evo X AWD drivetrain and turbo-powered four-cylinder engine were an undeniably competitive package for rallying, time-attack, and even drifting.
Four-wheeled drifts never looked this good. Get this JDM legend for just 32400 credits in-game and start shredding all four tires around Emashi.
Cost: 32400 Credits
Cars With x2.0 Score Multipliers Or Better
Cars with x2.0 Score Multipliers will help you speed up your point-collecting drift runs around Drift Hunters MAX’s awesome tracks.
BMW M3 (E46)
The E36’s bigger brother continues the M3 legacy with timeless styling, more power, and a love-it-or-hate-it raspy exhaust note.
Rear-wheel-drive cars with outstanding balance are generally easier to drift around with, thanks to their predictable handling characteristics while drifting. In Drift Hunters MAX, the E46 delivers fun with no drama, making it an ideal choice for drifting.
Nissan Silvia (S15)
The S15 Silvia is probably the most popular S-chassis platform for drifting.
You see these Silvia S15s in almost every motorsport event, especially drift events and championships.
The Nissan S15 Silvia is powered by the very tuneable SR20DETT engine. Rear-wheel-drive and a lightweight chassis make the S15 a fun car to drift around within the game.
Cost: 40000 Credits
Mazda RX-7 (FD3)
Everybody who knows the Toyota AE86 from Initial D will also know what the Mazda RX-7 FD3S is capable of.
The RX-7 is a unique car with an even more unique powerplant in the 1.3 Liter 13B turbocharged Wankel Rotary Engine.
The Mazda RX-7’s turbocharged Wankel engine and lightweight chassis make it a very competitive drift car that can rake in a ton of points in no time in Drift Hunters MAX.
Cost: 44100 Credits
Infiniti G35 Coupe (G35)
Not many people realize that the venerable Nissan GTR R35 was loosely based on an Infiniti Coupe – the G35.
The V6-powered, rear-wheel-drive coupe G35 is sold under their luxury badge, Infiniti. Its awesome 2.1x Score Multiplier will help you collect a ton of points in no time.
Ford Fiesta ST (Mark VI) (FRS)
At the start of the last decade, Ford went on a hot-hatch streak with the Focus RS and the Fiesta.
The model featured in Drift Hunters MAX is the sixth generation Fiesta with a widebody kit. Fancy a compact hot-hatch for drifting? The Ford Fiesta is the car for you!
Cost: 44100 Credits
Nissan Fairlady 370Z (Z370)
The 370Z is an updated version of the classic 350Z chassis. Styling, weight, and power are vastly superior in the 370Z, making it a true generational upgrade to the Fairlady Z lineup.
A very tuneable high-revving 3.7-Liter V6 powers the 370Z to a tire-shredding 350-horsepower, making it a great drift car in Drift Hunters MAX for beginners and experienced drivers alike.
Cost: 48400 Credits
Toyota Supra A80 (JZ90)
While the Mark IV Supra chassis is not the go-to chassis for drifting, its legendary powerplant, the 2JZ GTE, is the engine of choice for a ton of drifting teams across the globe.
A few simple mods are all you’ll need to add ridiculous amounts of power and response from the bulletproof inline six-cylinder Toyota engine.
Enjoy the glorious power and sound of the legendary 2JZ in Drift Hunters MAX for just 52900 credits. Grind a little more to buy engine upgrades will turn this 2JZ-powered beast into a drift monster.
Cost: 52900 Credits
BMW 1M (E82)
BMW is best known for incremental upgrades to its well-established M line of cars, such as the M3 and M5. BMW went for a quick engineering exercise with the 1M – a 1-series chassis clad with an M3-derived drivetrain, suspension, and engine.
The result was unexpected – tons of power with scalpel-sharp handling in a compact chassis made the 1M one of the most desirable drivers cars in history. Oh, and did we mention how awesome it is for drifting as well?
Cost: 52900 Credits
Dodge Charger SRT (CHRG)
When it is not busy towing a huge vault around town ala Fast and Furious, the Dodge Charger SRT is out at the drag strip slaying the quarter-mile.
Big torque numbers help the Dodge Charger SRT initiate huge drifts effortlessly. Whether it’s standstill 180-degree turns, or burnouts, we have no doubts that the Dodge Charger SRT will be able to keep huge slides going forever with its endless amounts of torque.
Cost: 52900 Credits
Mercedes Benz AMG CLA Saloon (C45)
The Mercedes Benz C-Class is best known as an executive’s workhorse. However, that doesn’t mean it won’t make a great drift car!
The Mercedes Benz AMG CLA Saloon might be the only Mercedez in Drift Hunters MAX’s car list, but it does justice to the brand by bringing a whopping 390-horsepower in a relatively lightweight 1520kg chassis, making it a fun car to throw around in Drift Hunters MAX’s stunning tracks.
Cost: 57600 Credits
Lexus GS 350 F-Sport (GS)
Lexus’ entry into the sport sedan segment is the Lexus GS 350 F-Sport – a rear-wheel-drive 300-horsepower super sedan designed to go against the likes of the BMW M3.
The GS 350 F-Sport’s 300 horsepower is plenty if you want to go drifting around Drift Hunters MAX’s beautiful tracks.
Cost: 62500 Credits
Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 (GT500)
Ford’s “regular” Mustang GT is already capable of tire-burning antics in stock form. The Shelby treatment turns it into a ridiculous supercharged V8 monster with no regard for rubber life.
The Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 has enough torque and horsepower to keep your drifts going for days. In Drift Hunters MAX, where keeping the Score Multiplier at max is essential for gaining a ton of points, the GT500 will be happy to heed your every command.
Cost: 62500 Credits
BMW M3 (E92)
Having all three of the recent M3 models in Drift Hunters MAX speaks volumes to how great a drifting platform the M3 line is.
The E92 M3 is the first and only naturally aspirated production M3 with a V8 engine. Having 390-horsepower makes it easy for the V8 M3 to start and maintain drifts in Drift Hunters MAX. You’ll be drifting around Countryside with ease in the E92 M3.
Cost: 67600 Credits
BMW M4 (F82)
BMW made significant changes to its 3-series based M lineup in the F82 family.
The F82 M3 found in Drift Hunters MAX is the slightly sportier M4 model equipped with a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six-cylinder engine that pumps out 485-horsepower. Its super-wide powerband will have no problems keeping the Score Multiplier pegged at x5 while drifting in Drift Hunters MAX.
Cost: 72900 Credits
Nissan Skyline GTR R34 (R34)
No videogame is complete without the presence of this JDM legend – the Nissan Skyline GTR R34.
The car needs no further introduction – the R34 GTR’s legendary RB26DETT high-revving inline-six-cylinder engine will keep its rear wheels lit up while you’re drifting around in Drift Hunter MAX.
This car is every JDM fanboy’s dream. 78400 credits are all you need to add this legend to your collection.
Cost: 78400 Credits
Toyota GR Supra (SPR19)
A joint-venture with BMW was all it took for Toyota to green-light the production of the A80 Supra successor – the A90 GR Supra.
The Toyota GR Supra is built upon a similar formula to the A80 Supra – its rear-wheel-drive drivetrain and BMW-sourced inline-six turbocharged powerplant make this car a drifter’s dream.
Cost: 78400 Credits
Dodge Challenger (SXT)
The Dodge Challenger is a two-door American Muscle coupe that finds its home in the drag strip.
However, with its earth-moving 550-horsepower on tap, we have no doubts that the Challenger will be spinning its rear tires for some sideways action in Drift Hunters MAX.
Cost: 84100 Credits
Cars With x3.0 Score Multipliers Or Better
We are now entering supercar territory with Lexus, Lamborghini, Porsche, and Ferrari offerings.
The Lexus LFA will go down in history as one of the sharpest handling supercars to come out of the Land of the Rising Sun.
Its naturally aspirated V10 powerplant, tuned with the help of Yamaha, revs to a sky-high 9000 RPM – the noise it makes at max RPMs is equally jaw-dropping.
The Lexus LFA is one of only a few cars in Drift Hunters MAX that has an x3.0 Score Multiplier, making it one of the fastest cars to farm points in Drift Hunters MAX.
Cost: 90000 Credits
Nissan GTR (R35)
Nissan shocked the world in 2007 when it unveiled the long-awaited successor to the R34 Skyline GTR – the Nissan GTR R35.
The R35 GTR was one of the first of Japan’s high-tech supercar offerings, bringing power, speed, and handling together in a very competitive package. With 506-horsepower on tap, it’s hard to keep Godzilla’s rear wheels from braking traction.
Cost: 90000 Credits
RWB Porsche 911 GT (993)
Old-school 911s with widebody kits are some of the meanest-looking cars on the planet. This RWB Porsche 911 GT (993) is no exception.
The RWB Porsche 911 has the power to back its looks up. 440-horsepower in a lightweight 1300kg chassis makes it easy to perform Manji in Drift Hunters MAX’s technical tracks.
Cost: 102400 Credits
Ferrari F40 (40F)
Are you looking for raw and unassisted driving experience? Then, the Ferrari F40 is the car for you!
Ferrari’s F40 was designed as a special 40th-anniversary car for Ferrari. Real-world prices have skyrocketed to absurd numbers, which is reflected in its Drift Hunters MAX price tag as well – At 108900 credits, the F40 is one of the most expensive and sought-after cars in Drift Hunters MAX.
Cost: 108900 Credits
Dodge Viper GTS (GTS)
Dodge’s Viper GTS is a reboot of the original Dodge Viper that won the hearts of many car enthusiasts back in the day.
The Viper GTS brings back familiar Viper styling with its short rear and long hood stance. It is powered by a big-displacement 8.4-liter V10 engine that makes 550-horsepower – enough power to keep the rear tires crying for dear life.
Cost: 115600 Credits
Lamborghini Countach (LP500)
Lamborghini always had the boldest and most outrageous designs in automotive history – the Countach (LP500) paved the way for Lamborghini’s design language moving forward.
Being old doesn’t mean that it is slow – the Countach boasts 440-horsepower and a top speed of 290 km/h – one of the fastest cars in Drift Hunters MAX.
Cost: 115600 Credits
Lamborghini Huracan (HRCN)
The Huracan is arguably Lamborghini’s best-selling car to date, and it’s not difficult to figure out why.
The Huracan’s Audi R8-derived V10 powerplant makes an eye-watering 580-horsepower in a relatively light 1380 kg chassis.
Having AWD will not stop the Huracan’s rear wheels from braking traction, making it one of the best drift cars in Drift Hunters MAX.
Cost: 136900 Credits
Drift Hunters MAX Ultimate Drift Car
The word ‘Ultimate’ is an adjective that relates to being the best at or the epitome of something. We don’t take that word lightly around here at Drifted. Here is the ultimate car in the roster – BDC 2020 Pro2 Champion, and DMEC competitior Max Cotton’s Nissan Silvia PS13.
Max Cotton’s Nissan S13 Silvia Competition Car (PS13)
This should need no introduction, having competed at some of the highest levels in Europe, and it’s now the ultimate drift car which awaits unlocking in your Drift Hunters MAX garage.
With one of the best power-to-weight ratio and handling combos in the game, nothing else will beat Max Cotton’s PS13 when drifting around Drift Hunters MAX’s beautiful tracks. This car has the best possible Score Multiplier at x4.0, making it the perfect choice for the best tire-shredding sideways experience and point earning in the game.
Cost: 160000 Credits
The original Drift Hunters Classic game already featured an impressive 26-car roster. With Drift Hunters MAX, we sought out the best cars from all over the world to bump up the Drifted.com exclusive game’s car roster to a whopping 37 cars.
Some of the cars in Drift Hunters MAX will be more expensive and will have a better Score Multiplier than others.
However, while the game might seem like it is all about gaining points as fast as possible (so you can finally afford that sweet Max Cotton PS13 Silvia), the most important thing is that you have fun while doing it.
The car you go with will depend entirely on your preference and driving style. With 37 unique car choices to choose from, we have no doubts that you’ll soon find the perfect ride to get your drifting fix in Drift Hunters MAX.
So, there we have it! We hope that we’ve covered everything you could want to know about the Drift Hunters MAX Car Lineup in this guide. Want to earn more credits to purchase new cars and upgrades? Check out our Drift Hunters MAX money guide here.
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