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- ❝ This low-cost compact is popular with new drivers.❞
- ―Description in Watch Dogs.
In Watch Dogs 2, the vehicle's design remains unchanged from its first iteration, except with a few changes. The strips that goes around the foglights are now chrome, instead of black. The rear-view mirrors are also chrome, rather than being previously painted. While the WD1 version features a single exhaust configuration, the WD2 version receives a dual-twin exhaust setup instead. The car also gains a trunk lettering and standard roof rails, while the wheels are slightly bigger with medium-profile tires, compared to its previous iteration.
The Sculptor 2.5R is a balanced vehicle having good acceleration along with good handling that can be helpful when making tight turns at busy intersections.
- Watch Dogs
|N/A||2.5L Inline-4 (In-game model)||Frone engine, front wheel drive||6|
- Available in the Car On Demand app, for free.
Watch Dogs 2
- Available in the Total Motors car dealership, for $15,000.
- In Watch Dogs, it was listed as a Budget car, but in Watch Dogs 2, it is listed as a Sports car.
- The Sculptor 2.5R also appears in Ubisoft's The Crew, where it is depicted as an undriveable traffic vehicle. It is mainly based on the WD1 model, albeit with changes including a chrome grille, reorganized rear lights, steel wheels, and lack of Sumitzu logos. It also returns in The Crew 2, however the grille is now painted in black like its original Watch Dogs counterpart, instead of chrome.