The latest trailer for the game details the amount of custom design options available for your brand new whip, and there are a freakish amount of choices available. You can customized nearly every single area of your car, including adding new tires, spoilers, rims, and more. It's the video game equivalent of 'Pimp My Ride,' but with less Xzibit.
If you want a car with a full wrap with decals and blinding pink neon paint or black matte with stark red graffiti all over it, that's your prerogative, as this Need for Speed gives you more customization options than ever before — and that's not including the performance and handling tune-ups available for your tweaking pleasure.
Need for Speed will hit the streets for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on November 3, with a closed beta for consoles coming up in the next few weeks. PC players will have to wait until 2016 to get their street racing on, as developer Ghost Games has cited the need for extra time to improve the title before its release.