There are THREE types of Red Bull x2010's.
Red Bull x2010 S.Vettel (Top Speed Of 315mph / Not changeable)
Red Bull x2010 (249mph - 311mph)
Red Bull x2010 Prototype (249mph - 311mph)
They all weigh the same (545 kg) They all have the same horsepower (though it fluctuates for each depending on miles and damage done to vehicle), They have the same RPM's at 15,000 and the same torque (which also fluctuates) at 12,000RPM.
The Red Bull x2010 Prototype is not faster then the other two, actually the S.Vettel has the fastest top speed. The Store bought x2010 cannot have it paint scheme changed, neither can any of the x2010's and the customizations are practically the same on all the vehicles.
The only difference in these vehicles is how hard they are to get,
Red Bull x2010 S.Vettel Achieved through level 35 B-spec and/or Bronzing the Vettel Challenge (no difference in Vehicle).
Red Bull x2010 Achieved through buying it in the Dealership (when you hit level 30 A/Bspec) and/or through achieving silver on the Vettel Challenge (Difference being you choose the color when buying the vehicle, when awarded the vehicle it will be white)
Red Bull x2010 Prototype Achieved only through achieving Gold on the Vettel Challenges.
There you have it,
Thanks for the in depth research and info.
It seemed common since to me that even though there are many ways to obtain one, they would all be the same performance wise despite the liveries are different. I figured PD wouldn't take the time to make each one different in terms of performance.
So depending on which livery you like the best and think looks cool, that's the only real incentive to bust your nut in the challenge to get all three. Challenge is too much for me, too fast, so I'll have to settle for the one I'll get in B-Spec and maybe I'll buy the one from the dealership to have two.
Thanks for the info. But is it possible you can post pictures of each, like I don't know which is the one they call the Carbon X1
Red Bull X2010 S. Vettel
Red Bull X2010 Prototype
Red Bull X2010 Prototype Carbon
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