For car collectors, the sleek Cyberpunk 2077 Herrera Riptide “Terrier” is one of the most gorgeous vehicles you can drive around in Night City. Of course, with such a premium-looking car, it isn’t just available for sale and you can’t just steal it from some poor guy. If you want to cruise around in the Riptide “Terrier” you’ve got to earn it.
In this guide, I’ll show you how to unlock the Herrera Riptide “Terrier” as one of your vehicles.
How to unlock the Riptide “Terrier”
To unlock the Riptide “Terrier” in Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty, start by completing vehicle contracts for Muamar “El Capitan” Reyes. These contracts are essential to unlocking the Riptide “Terrier” for purchase from the Auto Fixer website. After completing enough contracts or deliveries, access the Auto Fixer website via any terminal or computer to view the list of available cars. Look for it under the Herrera brand, and then you can purchase the Riptide “Terrier” for 108,000 eddies or potentially less if you have discounts.
However, it’s important to note that you must first complete the “Push it to the Limit” side quest to unlock vehicle contracts exclusive to the Phantom Liberty DLC. Unfortunately, obtaining the Riptide “Terrier” in the base version of Cyberpunk 2077 2.0 is not possible, as the Auto Fixer website does not support vehicle contracts in the base game.
Keep in mind that the contracts you undertake for El Capitan involve stealing various cars around Dogtown, Night City, and are marked with green steering wheel icons on the map. New contracts will become available as you complete previous ones.
How many cars do you have to deliver to unlock the Herrera Riptide “Terrier”?
There isn’t a precise number of vehicle contracts or deliveries you have to complete to unlock the Herrera Riptide “Terrier,” the unlocking process seems to be random, with some players attributing it to luck or RNG. Completing gigs and vehicle deliveries appears to increase your chances of unlocking the vehicle, but there is no exact number of deliveries guaranteed to unlock it.
Some players reported that they received the Riptide “Terrier” after doing around 8 deliveries and receiving the “Outlaw” quest. Others mentioned that it took them more than 15 deliveries before they unlocked it. Some players even experienced missions not spawning, indicating potential bugs in the game.
Even with the Phantom Liberty DLC installed, some players are experiencing trouble with getting the Riptide “Terrier” car. No matter how many vehicle contracts you fulfill that Herrera Riptide “Terrier” may simply not appear on the Auto Fixer website. Worse, you could potentially run into a bug that prevents you from doing vehicle contracts for El Capitan. If this ever happens to you, you’re not alone.
How to fix Can’t unlock Herrera Riptide Terrier, no more vehicle missions spawning
If you’ve encountered the frustrating issue of the Riptide “Terrier” not unlocking in Cyberpunk 2077 Phantom Liberty, there are a few steps you can take to address the problem. In this guide, we’ll explore potential solutions to get you behind the wheel of this sought-after vehicle.
Continue Completing Vehicle Contracts: It’s possible that you haven’t completed enough vehicle contracts for El Capitan, which may be preventing the Riptide “Terrier” from appearing on the Auto Fixer website. Keep completing contracts for him until you notice the Riptide “Terrier” listed for purchase. However, if you’ve been diligently working on contracts without any changes, it might be best to wait for an upcoming game update to address the problem.
Roll Back to an Earlier Save: Another option to resolve the Riptide “Terrier” not unlocking issue, especially if there are no more vehicle missions spawning, is to roll back to a previous save file. This can sometimes reset the glitch and allow you to access the vehicle. However, be cautious when using this method, as it may mean sacrificing your hard-earned progress. Additionally, there’s no guarantee that the bug won’t reoccur in the future.
Await a Game Patch: For a more patient approach, consider waiting for an official game patch from CD Projekt Red. Game developers often release patches to address bugs and glitches, and it’s likely that they’ll address this issue in the near future.
Keep in mind that CD Projekt Red is committed to supporting Cyberpunk 2077, so a fix should be on the horizon.