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Enduro Double Down, also known as EDD for short, officially stylized as ENDURO Double Down, and officially called an Enduro DD by Gameloft's social networks [1] and by some players, is a special series of events available starting with the Enduro Update. The announcement made by Gameloft - Prove you can withstand till the very end in an ever-changing, tough, daring challenge. Double or nothing is the way to go! Risk your progress in order to win BIG! - sets that it is similar to the Research & Development events with a series of challenges to complete.

Enduro Double Down events involve a story where a professional racer or a group of professional racers holds the car at stake and challenges the player to a series of races featuring merciless racers. The actual stories vary with each event.

EDD Elements[]

EDD Overview
EDD Rewards Screen
Enduro Points
The basic principle of Enduro Double Down is that the player has to collect Enduro Points (EP; Enduro Points). Leading up to the boss vehicle as the final reward for the challenge, several points increments award the player other rewards: Credits, Tokens, Pro Boxes, Blueprints (as of the Car Blueprints Update), and 2 of the 8 other Enduro Vehicles used in the challenge. In the case of the initial run of the Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package's EDD, Blueprints for other Porsche cars are awarded instead.
Each race won earns the player an (increasing) amount of EP.
Enduro Challenges
EDD Challenge Select

In order to win a race, the goals can be:

  • Finish race
  • Finish position: X (3, 2, or 1)
  • Flat Spins: X
  • Flat Spins in One Jump: X
  • Barrel Rolls: X
  • Knockdowns: X
  • Knockdowns without Wreck: X
  • Total Air Time: X s
  • Drift Distance: X yd / m
  • Wheelie Distance: X yd / m
  • Beat a Race Time of ##:##:###
  • KNOCK DOWN THE MOST CARS (Finish FIRST in a Knockdown race)
  • Perfect Runs: X
  • Perfect Nitro: X
  • No Wrecks
  • Beat the Ace Racer! (Finish FIRST in an Ace Race)
In EDD, all types of races can be found – Classic, Flawless, Unplugged, Infected, Elimination, Knockdown, Time Attack, Gate Drift, and Versus (Ace Race), except for Tag Racing & Grand Finale.
Ace Race
The points accumulated after each successful challenge are not saved automatically: they can only be banked after winning an Ace Race, a versus race against an orange-colored ghost AI named the "ACE RACER" similar to R&D's Ultimate AI Challenge which comes up at the end of each Tier.
Double Down
After the Ace Race comes the option to select from one of three choices:
  • Safe – save the amount of EP earned so far (free)
  • Double – take a risk to get the double amount of EP earned in the next set of races until the next Ace Race (free)
  • Double Down – save the EP earned AND get the double EP for the next races (cost Tokens)
The set of races that ends with each Ace Race is called tier and varies from 4- to 9-race long. An Ace Race is always run with the vehicle at stake.
EDD Invitations
If a challenge is failed, the player must start again from challenge 1. If the player chose the Safe or Double Down option after the last Ace Race, the EP that were accumulated until then will have been saved. If the Double option was selected, all EP earned since the player last chose one of the safe options will have been lost. An invitation is then required to begin a new streak; on the other hand, spending tokens is required in order to retry or auto-pass any failed challenges.
When an invitation is used, the player can start the streak with either no bonus (free) or by doubling (costs Tokens). As of the Lunar New Year 2017 Update, invitations always start with no bonus.
Enduro Vehicles
In each Enduro Double Down event, there are nine Enduro Vehicles: the boss vehicle and eight other vehicle. The first four (sorting by class) are the "low end" vehicles, while the last five (including the boss vehicle) are the "high end" vehicles. Two of the eight other Enduro Vehicle are rewarded for banking Enduro Points.
There are a few rules regarding Enduro Vehicles:
  1. There has to be at least three and at most four cars in the same class as the boss vehicles.
  2. Enduro Cars cannot be reused in later EDD events unless the EDD event the car was initially featured in was canceled (e.g. 1967 Chevrolet Impala EDD). In this case, the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 was already featured in the Weber Faster One's EDD event, so it was not playable in the Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV's EDD event, but would again be made playable in the Zenvo ST1's EDD.
  3. In Enduro Double Down events from the 1967 Chevrolet Impala's canceled EDD onwards, the boss car is always an Elite Car. Some events may feature additional Elite Vehicles.
  4. In the later phases of the Enduro Double Down event, the two cheapest cars (in terms of purchasing [except with tokens or licenses], maxing out, and Pro Kits) or the two lowest-ranked Enduro Vehicles are swapped out with the two most expensive ones (in the same terms) or the two highest-ranked non-boss Enduro Vehicles. For example, in the EDD for the Aston Martin One-77, the Aston Martin DB9 Coupé (Credits 357,670 (21,750 + 265,900 + 70,020)) and Aston Martin V12 Zagato (Credits 372,448 (57,500 + 265,900 + 49,048)) (both low-end Class B cars) are replaced with the Pagani Huayra and Peugeot Onyx (both Class S cars).
  5. At least one of the other Enduro Cars in the event is always an expensive tokens-purchasable car. This can include cars from Research & Development and Championships, as well as Blueprint-unlockable cars.
However, those patterns have been broken or altered as of the Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package's EDD:
  1. The Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package is the only car in its class: Class S.
  2. The Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-X was in the EDD for the BXR Bailey Blade GT1, repeating old cars. This rule can be broken if a car is revived from a past EDD whose boss car is now unlockable with Blueprints but was released in an update prior to the Porsche Update.
  3. All of the featured Porsches (959, 718 Boxster S, Cayman GT4, and GT3 RS) can only be obtained by Blueprints and other than that, all cars can be bought with credits.
  4. The event has no reward cars and instead features Porsche BP boxes that grant at least 3 Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package BPs while also granting BPs for the other Porsche cars (in the initial run; reward cars are given in the re-run).
  5. The "low end" cars are still used even from the second difficulty shift onwards, but no longer appear at the last three Tiers, regardless of whether or not the player has saved their EP.
In addition, the Elite requirement for the Boss car since the Impala/Aventador SV EDD was broken by the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 Edition, as the 918 was the last Elite Vehicle added to the game until Hyundai i30 N, whose event type was a R&D.
Opponents and Difficulty Shifts
The races become more difficult as the event progresses - within one streak, the longer you progress, the higher the rank the opposition cars will have, and the difficulty increases; the rank of your opponent in a given level will not remain the same during the whole event.
The difficulty will shift twice during the event, once around 7,000 (give or take 2,000), and a second time around 19,000 (give or take 3,000).
With the first shift, the Ace Race 1 is replaced by the Ace Race 2, Ace Race 2 gets replaced with Ace Race 3 and so on. But depending on the event, the new streak can start even with Ace Race 3 or higher. The second shift raises the difficulty in the very same manner. Apart from this, each shift also raises the difficulty of the Enduro challenges, while also exchanging some of the cars needed to complete the challenges (see the "Enduro cars" paragraph).
Parts of this analysis is based on sample challenge list from

EDD Events[]

EDD Events Vehicles Enduro Points Event Date(s) Other Vehicles
Weber Faster One Enduro Points 75,000 June 8, 2016
March 25, 2017
January 4, 2019
Dodge Challenger SRT8
Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34)
Aston Martin One-77 Enduro Points 60,000 July 27, 2016
September 14, 2016
January 6, 2017^
July 12, 2018
AC 378 GT Z
Aston Martin V12 Vantage
BXR Bailey Blade GT1 Enduro Points 75,000 August 26, 2016
July 12, 2018
May 30, 2019
Nissan GT-R (R35)
Mitsubishi Eclipse
5 Icona Vulcano V12 Hybrid Enduro Points 60,000 October 12, 2016 Marussia B2
Mazda Furai
Falcon F7 Enduro Points 75,000 November 9, 2016
August 9, 2017
November 20, 2017
January 4, 2019
Ferrari 458 Italia
Arrinera Hussarya
Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV Enduro Points 75,000 February 8, 2017
October 20, 2017
April 5, 2018
November 29, 2018
Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 2013
Lamborghini Estoque
Sbarro Sparta Enduro Points 75,000 April 12, 2017
May 30, 2019
Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTS
Ferrari F50
Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Enduro Points 60,000 May 8, 2017
December 4, 2017
Volkswagen Golf Design Vision GTI
Chevrolet Corvette C7
Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package Enduro Points 75,000 July 20, 2017
November 13, 2018
Porsche 718 Boxster S
Porsche Cayman GT4
Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 Edition Enduro Points 75,000 August 31, 2017
May 31, 2018
January 4, 2019
Ferrari 458 Italia
Cadillac CTS-V Coupe Race Car
18 Yamaha FZ-10 Enduro Points 60,000 March 23, 2018 Kawasaki Z800
Ducati Monster 1200
Zenvo ST1 Enduro Points 60,000 April 19, 2018
May 30, 2019
Geely GC9
Ferrari F50
29 Lightning LS-218 Enduro Points 60,000 January 17, 2019 Yamaha YZF-R6
Ducati SuperSport S

^The second One-77 EDD revival was originally intended for the 1967 Chevrolet Impala.

General Tips[]

  • If the player avoids the challenges for a particular vehicle early on in the EDD, the game may end up giving them a choice with both races using the same vehicle later on.
  • If a failed race is auto-passed, the same race may appear again.
  • Avoid Flawless races as much as possible, especially those combined with a Beat A Race Time goal or when using motorcycles or other vehicles with wide steering and drifting ratio, unless the goal is simply "No Wrecks", in which the player can drive at a reduced pace to ensure a guaranteed safe finish.
  • Having upgraded most of the cars featured in the event will be very beneficial.
  • It is highly recommended to tune up all Elite Vehicles involved in an event (especially if the boss vehicle is also Elite) after a few races to avoid running the risk of doing a race in a vehicle with a red condition bar.
    • If the boss car is also elite, avoid non-Ace Races that involve it.
  • In Elimination races that does not require the player to win, throwing the race (by purposely being in last place to cause an elimination once the required task is met, if any exists) can help save time.

Enduro Challenges Introduction[]

This section needs to be updated to reflect the help screens introduced from the Yamaha FZ-10 EDD onwards.

Exclusive Challenge
Challenges for the best drivers in Asphalt 8.
Enduro Double Down will test your skills to the limits. Try it and get the next top ride in the game for free!
By scoring in events, you can unlock various rewards. The top score grants you Asphalt 8's next big thing, the [EDD boss vehicle name].
Cars Involved
Besides the [EDD boss vehicle name], there are 8 more vehicles used in the Enduro Double Down challenges. You can ride them for free in the EDD! All applied upgrades will be kept for when you own the ride.
Random Challenges
In Enduro Double Down, you can choose from randomly-picked challenges on different tracks and driving different vehicles. Each try will be different from the first.
Ace Race
Complete challenges to get Enduro Points. Beat the Ace Racer at the end of each Tier to save your score.
If you fail, your run will end an you can start over from challenge 1. Each start requires you to spend Enduro Invitations.
Take a Risk -- Get Rewards!
If you succeed, you will have the chance to save your points or take a risk and apply a boost for even more points in upcoming Challenges.
Old Intro Screens
New Intro Screens


  • The Multiplayer League format introduced in the Multiplayer League Update is based on Enduro Double Down, with a few noticeable differences.
  • EDD Ace Racer AIs are actually Ghost Racers. They are colored golden instead of blue.
    • Vehicles unlockable through EDD display golden Ghost Racers in Career Mode as well, instead of blue Ghost Racers, which most other vehicles display. Similar behavior exist with the McLaren and Porsche Championship cars (prior to the Munich Update) which feature red Ghost Racers and BMW M2 Special Edition which features a purple color.
      • The Lightning LS-218 departs from this trend and would be the last vehicle to be launched with an EDD event. EDD events were discontinued after the 2019 Spring Update.


  1. Note the walkthrough from Anthony in the Aventador EDD
Enduro Double Down
Event Boss Vehicle Other Enduro Vehicles
Weber Faster One
Faster One EDD promo
Weber Faster One SRT 2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8Jaguar F-Type RNissan Skyline GT-R (R34)Honda Integra Type-RNissan GT-R NISMOLamborghini Aventador LP 700-4W Motors Lykan HyperSportChrysler ME412
Aston Martin One-77
One-77 EDD promo
Aston Martin One-77 AC 378 GT ZAston Martin DB9 CoupéAston Martin V12 ZagatoAston Martin V12 VantageLucra L148Bentley EXP10 Speed 6Pagani HuayraPeugeot Onyx
BXR Bailey Blade GT1
BXR Bailey Blade GT1 Alfa Romeo MiTo GTAMazda 6Ford Focus RSMitsubishi EclipseNissan GT-R (R35)Holden Coupe 60Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-XMazzanti Evantra
Icona Vulcano V12 Hybrid
Icona EDD promo
Icona Vulcano V12 Hybrid Lotus Exige S CoupeFelino cB7BMW M6Mazda FuraiMarussia B2Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT Coupé Final EditionMercedes-Benz Silver LightningHennessey Venom GT
Falcon F7
F7 EDD Promo
Falcon F7 Audi S4Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution XInfiniti FX50Ferrari 612 ScagliettiFerrari 458 ItaliaArrinera HussaryaMcLaren 12C SpiderSavage Rivale GTR
1967 Chevrolet Impala (Canceled) 1967 Chevrolet Impala Camaro Z/28BMW M1Ferrari TestarossaMaserati MC12Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTSChevrolet Corvette C3RUF CTR 39FF GT9 VMAX
Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV
Aventador SV EDD Promo-0
Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 SV Lamborghini UrusLamborghini MiuraLamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 2013Lamborghini EstoqueLamborghini Sesto ElementoLamborghini AsterionLamborghini HuracánLamborghini Egoista
Sbarro Sparta
Sparta EDD Promo
Sbarro Sparta DS 3 RacingNissan Juke NismoMercedes-Benz GLC CoupeBMW M2Audi R8 LMS UltraFerrari F50Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTSSbarro Alcador
Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport
Corvette GS EDD Promo
Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport 1967 Chevrolet ImpalaVolkswagen Golf Design Vision GTIMaserati MC12Chevrolet SSChevrolet Corvette C7Chevrolet Corvette C3Chevrolet 2016 Camaro SS9FF GT9 VMAX
Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package
918WP EDD Ad
Porsche 918 Spyder with Weissach Package Scion FR-SPorsche 959Audi RS 3 SportbackPorsche 718 Boxster SDS SurvoltPorsche Cayman GT4Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR-XPorsche 911 GT3 RS
Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 Edition
SLR McLaren 722 EDD Promo
Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 Edition Mini Cooper S RoadsterAlfa Romeo MiTo GTAChevrolet Camaro GSFord Focus RSMaserati GranTurismo SportFerrari 458 ItaliaCadillac CTS-V Coupe Race CarMercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG Black Series
Yamaha FZ-10
Yamaha FZ-10 EDD Promo
Yamaha FZ-10 Suzuki GSX-R750Kawasaki Z800KTM 1290 Super Duke RYamaha YZF-R6Ducati Monster 1200Ducati SuperSport SBMW S 1000 RRSuzuki Hayabusa
Zenvo ST1
Zenvo ST1 EDD Promo
Zenvo ST1 Geely GC9Donkervoort D8 GTOVolkswagen Golf Design Vision GTIJaguar F-TYPE Project 7Ferrari F502010 Bentley Continental SupersportsLamborghini Aventador LP 700-4Jaguar XJ220S
Lightning LS-218
Lightning LS-218 EDD Promo
Lightning LS-218 Suzuki GSX-R750Kawasaki Z800KTM 1290 Super Duke RYamaha YZF-R6Ducati Monster 1200Ducati SuperSport SBMW S 1000 RRKawasaki Ninja H2R
Italics denote reward vehicles obtainable from the event.