- ❝ A definitive 80s muscle car.❞
- ―Description in Watch Dogs.
The car's design is clearly influenced by American styling featured on the 1983 Pontiac Firebird.
The car features unique muscle car styling; the front end features a bold layout. The car's front bumper features rectangular headlmaps, placed in two bullet-shaped impressed areas. The car's hood/ bonnet features a large bulge, through the central area and has a small air duct either side.
The sides of car feature fairly bold styling. At the rear of the wheelbase, side-exit exhaust tips are placed. A short distance from the wheelbase, the car's secondary color ceases. The front and rear quarters are outlined by curves that run into the doors. The car features bullet-shaped wing mirrors. The car has a glass roof and a large rear windshield. The rear windshield is entirely covered by louvers. The car features six spoke wheels with a silver lip, wrapped in medium profile Yearproof tires.
The car's rear features a small wing, equal in width to the car's body. Below the wing, the taillight units and license plate are placed in an impressed area. The taillight units are almost rectangular and split into two sub-sections. A red rectangle connects the two units, by effectively linking their top areas. Adjacent and centrally below the connecting strip, the license plate is mounted.
The car features a large V8 engine, with a classic style air cleaner. Contrary to what the markings on the side of the car suggest, no turbocharger can be seen fitted to the engine.
The vehicle has a good top speed and acceleration for a free car, but it has a low durability for a muscle car. It can run out the fixers, but try not to involve the car in car-to-car combat, as its durability is its weak point.
- Watch Dogs
|N/A||371cl Single-cam V8 (In-game model)||Front engine, rear wheel drive||5|
- Clara Lille owns a dark red example of the car.
- Watch Dogs
- Watch Dogs 2
- The car is available in orange, but the 1987 Firebird was not available with the color in stock form.
- 571 is the engine displacement of the car, measured in centilitres. This displacement almost matches that of the 350ci Chevrolet V8 found in the 1987 Firebird (579.7 cl).