The Exotic Rides W70 was crafted by David Williams, an automotive designer based in Australia. Initially dubbed as the F70 concept. After the team at Exotic Rides, an Orlando-based customization shop got in touch with him, the name was changed to the ER W70, with each portion paying tribute to one of the parties involved; “ER” comes from “Exotic Rides,” “W” comes from “Wizzoo7,” and the 70 refers to the LS7 7.0-liter engine that will be housed under its hood.
Though there aren’t any confirmations of testing at this time, the mid-engine V8 is supposed to create 626 hp. No measurements for weight have been given, nor construction materials used, but the design lends itself to supreme aerodynamic abilities. Coincidentally, the design has some resemblance to the Ferrari LaFerrari.
The W70 appears as a low Class B car with the following rank statistics:
The Exotic Rides W70 can be considered as an improved version of the Porsche 911 GTS Coupé as it has better acceleration, handling, nitro efficiency but at the expense of lower top speed.
The Exotic Rides W70 was added in the 2020 Christmas Update as a high-end Class B car with the following rank statistics:
As a Festival car, the W70 has very poor performance in respect to its rank until it reaches the full-PRO upgrade level.
Similar to other Class B festival cars, the W70's top speed allows for some utility in multiplayer when at full-PRO with a Tuning Kit, but it cannot compete with the acceleration of the Infiniti Project Black S Special Edition or the nitro efficiency, drifting radius, and handling of the Audi R8 e-tron Special Edition.
Price & availability
The W70 is obtainable by reaching Tier 1 with the Premium upgrade, or Tier 15 without the upgrade, during its Festival; this was temporarily changed during the 2021 Lunar New Year Update such that the W70 was instead obtainable by reaching Tier 8 without requiring the upgrade, while the Premium Tier 1 reward was changed to 190,000, but this has since been reverted.
Upgrades require 220 Exotic Rides W70 Kit and 2,976,000.