Like many activities in Cyberpunk 2077, the game requires you to pay attention to your skills. There are five main stats that determine the skills you have access to, and what you can do with them. The general rule is that tougher tasks take higher stats to complete. As you level up and unlock new perks, you also get access to higher Attributes. These will impact your overall skills with certain technology and weapons. You can alter your course through Night City by focusing on certain paths. For more on stats and how to build a character, you will want our Attribute Points guide.
The five stats are as follows:
When it comes to cars, you want to focus on Body.
With all the different kinds of cars, that also applies. The tougher the vehicle and its driver, the more effort you need to put into getting it and getting away with the carjacking. When it comes to stealing vehicles in Cyberpunk 2077 will require a certain amount of Body stat. Some basic cars with a weak driver need a basic score like 3-6. A truck driver or armed driver might take a score of 8 or more to overpower.
If you’re a more melee-focused character, you could make quite a splash by becoming an infamous car thief. If you want to save cash for weapons, it’s a good idea to keep stealing cars early in the game.
How to steal cars
When you approach a car, there will be an icon with a number by it. That’s the skill check for stealing a vehicle in the game. As long as you meet or exceed the check, you can steal the car and throw the driver out. Just hop in by pressing the button prompt and you have a new car.
You can’t keep cars that you steal though, as you can only summon cars from storage that you have bought. You will lose access to a stolen car when you leave it behind somewhere, so remember that.