How to Get Johnny Silverhand’s Porsche 911 in Cyberpunk 2077

Johnny's definitely chippin' in this time.

Cyberpunk 2077 Johnny's Porsche 911 Side View
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As you make your way through Cyberpunk 2077, you’re bound to find a ton of unique items and vehicles that have some sort of bearing on the storyline they’re attached to. They aren’t always incredible, but they help to add something to that story and give you something to remember. One such vehicle you can get can be easily missed. Here’s how to get Johnny Silverhand’s Porsche 911 in Cyberpunk 2077.

How to Get Johnny’s Car in Cyberpunk 2077

To get Johnny’s Porsche 911 in Cyberpunk 2077, you’ll want to progress the main story until you’re either at or past the main quest Chippin’ In. During this quest, you’ll be asked to go to the Ebunike docks and check a ship to try and find Adam Smasher. You’ll find a man named Jeremiah Grayson on the boat. Either spare him or kill him, then get his keys to Johnny’s car. From there, head over to a nearby crane and bring down the container using the crane’s controls.

Once you bring the container down to the ground, run over to it and Johnny will immediately know what it is. Once you open the container, you’ll find Johnny’s Porsche 911 sitting under a tarp. Pull it off, then get in and drive off. From here on out, you’ll be able to call it in like any other car you own and drive it wherever you please.

Is Johnny Silverhand’s Porsche 911 Worth Driving?

The 911 II (930) Turbo is a two-seater car that has some decent speed and mediocre turning. On the bright side, it does look snazzy and features the iconic Samurai logo printed on the back. I wouldn’t use it if you already have a car you’re in love with, but it’s a fun one to test out if nothing else. Having Johnny in the passenger seat is a great touch too.

If you’re looking for more information on Johnny’s gear, check out our guide on how to get Johnny Silverhand’s gun in Cyberpunk 2077.

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Shawn is a freelance gaming journalist who's been with Prima Games for a year, writing mainly about FPS games and RPGs. He even brings several years of experience at other sites like The Nerd Stash to the table. While he doesn't bring a fancy degree to the table, he brings immense attention to detail with his guides, reviews, and news, leveraging his decade and a half of gaming knowledge. If he isn't writing about games, he's likely getting zero kills in his favorite FPS or yelling at the game when it was 100% his fault that he died.