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The Coachella Update (v1.4.0) is the fourth update of Asphalt Xtreme and was released on May 3, 2017, for iOS.[1]


The following text was published on the Apple Store:

The action is getting more extreme with every update! And this one is no exception, as we open up a new track, streamline your Career, and make it easier to craft your next favorite off-road racer.

  • NEW COACHELLA VALLEY TRACK: Hit some hard turns along the burning sands of this California desert track.
  • 3 NEW VEHICLES: There's a new speed machine for nearly every style of racer, including the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2, Suzuki SX-4 S-Cross, and the Ford Mustang Mach 1
  • STREAMLINED CAREER MODE: Progress has been simplified with a linear path through the events and no more vehicle restrictions.
  • VEHICLE GALLERY: Easily check out your collection by vehicle type and review each one's stats.
  • BLUEPRINTS FOR SUCCESS: Introducing a crafty new feature that puts every vehicle in the game within your grasp! Just collect the appropriate Blueprints and upgrade them with Tools to unlock your next favorite off-road racer!
  • AND MUCH MORE: New Boxes brimming with Blueprints, 2 more Special Projects for new vehicles, and other upgrades and bug fixes for an overall smoother time playing.

New Vehicles[]

Class D

Class A

Class S

Game Changes[]

  • New location added: Coachella Valley.
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  • All vehicles now require Blueprints to be built and upgraded.
    • Unlike Asphalt 8: Airborne, building a vehicle is instantly done with no waiting period or Tokens cost.
  • Upgrades and vehicle rating are now based on levels.
    • Fully upgraded vehicles now have the "MAX" icon. This icon is reused from Asphalt 8: Airborne
    • Players who had sufficiently upgraded vehicles prior to the update will be set to MAX.
    • The prices for all upgrades have been reduced.
    • Upgrades now also have a waiting period before it is installed.
      • Oil level and changes are no longer accessible when an upgrade is being installed and vice versa.
  • An oil change for all vehicles now cost Credits 200
  • The Garage icon in the main menu now shows a grid of all vehicles by either category (Class or Type)
  • Vehicle type now lists Rally Cars as first followed by Buggies
  • Upgrade cards have been significantly reduced down to just 2 types: Performance Class Tools and Vehicle Blueprints.
    • Players are compensated for the loss of cards with Credits 4,000,000 and Tokens 2,000 - 4,000.
    • Cards are no longer sellable even if the player already has the vehicle and at MAX
  • Decals for locked vehicles are now viewable outside of Free Ride Events.
  • The ticket cost for Free Ride and Clash events have been reduced to 2 from the original 4.
  • The rewards for Solo Challenge events have been reduced to 3 from the original 6.
  • Mastery races are now horizontally scrolled through instead of vertically.
    • Mastery is also no longer part of the Career screen and is only accessible by the garage.
    • All of the Mastery unlocked decals are now obtainable.
    • Higher Tier vehicles now have more than 15 challenges.
  • Career seasons are now in a single list and require Performance Class and Vehicle Level instead of specific model(s).
    • Career mode has also been significantly shortened down to a total of 300 races and 900 stars.
  • Pro Boxes have been renamed to: Iron, Bronze, Silver and Gold.
    • The number of card drops for each box has been reduced but are now also cheaper to purchase.
    • Iron box, which replaces the previous 4 hour box is now also purchasable for Credits 7,500.
    • Opening a box now plays a new sound effect.
    • All cards now show their performance class type on the back.
    • Purchasing boxes will give points for permanent increases in the power value of all 4 box types for an increased chance of obtaining certain cards. Purchasing more expensive boxes grants more points.
  • New loading screen: A Suzuki SX-4 S-Cross on Coachella Valley
  • Claiming the rewards for each race now shows the bonus star requirement underneath the reward
  • Oil usage has been reduced
  • Several vehicles had their Performance Class changed:
  • The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X's Special Projects event was revived, featuring all new challenges.
  • For players who starts playing from this update onwards, the starter car was changed to Ford Focus RS, in place of Land Rover Defender.

Update Trailer[]


Trailer- Update 4 - Asphalt Xtreme


  • Along with the Alps Update and Black Market Update, the Windows version of Asphalt Xtreme would only receive updates at a significantly later date.
    • The Alps and Coachella Updates would also be bundled together.
  • In the Windows version of Asphalt Xtreme, there is a glitch where the pro box button will show the "Free Box!" banner even if a free box is currently not available when opening the game. This gets fixed after a few seconds.
  • The Windows version of Asphalt Xtreme also has a bug where all sponsor decals disappears from all cars. This was fixed in the Black Market, Nepal, and Porsche Update bundles.


  1. Asphalt Xtreme / Versions. MixRank. Retrieved on 2020-07-04.
Updates for Asphalt Xtreme
2016 Soft Launch (v1.0.3) • Winter Update (v1.1.0)
2017 Mini John Cooper Update (v1.2.1) • Alps Update (v1.3.2) • Coachella Update (v1.4.0) •
Black Market Update (v1.5.0) • Nepal Update (v1.6.0) • Porsche Update (v1.7.0)
2019 2019 Winter Update (v1.9.0)
2021 2021 Netflix Relaunch Update (v0.0.8b)
2022 2022 Spring Update (Asphalt Xtreme) (v0.1.7A) • 2022 Autumn Update (Asphalt Xtreme) (v0.2.5A)
2023 2023 February Update (v0.3.5A)
2024 2024 June Update (v0.8.9A)