Until you are able to destroy the anti-aircraft guns scattered around Yara, you will need a ground vehicle to move through each of the archipelago’s regions. This is where the Far Cry 6 rides come in. While you can requisition any vehicle or ATV you see driving around, each unique ride offers special offensive and defensive countermeasures – like rams, machine guns and flamethrowers – to take on some of Anton Castillo’s most powerful forces. This guide tells you where and how to find each of the Far Cry 6 rides so you can not only ride in style, but literally put the pedal to the metal. Once you find them all, you will also get the Car Cry Trophy (Bronze) and Achievement (15 Gamerscore).
Far Cry 6 rides
Walk: Juan’s 1956 Beaumont Valentina
At the start you will get Juan’s Fuel the Revolution mission. This is part of the Critical Path main questline, so you won’t miss it. You will need to talk to Benito and complete his quest. Along the way, you’ll get the 1956 Beaumont Valentina to boogie both around the mission and Yara afterwards.
Ride: KAG TG 2008 by Yami
After arriving at Montero Farm, you will soon get Yaran’s Story for Yami: Backseat Driver. The starting point for this mission is in Madrugada, northwest of the Montero farm and opposite Lenos Largos on the main road. This mission will lead you to Aguas Lindas, so it is good to put this mission aside before you go too far in the story and increase the required rank (unless you already have a good arsenal to at your disposal, then whatever boats are on your float). Simply complete this mission by following the objectives and driving the KAG TG out of the FND tank training grounds.
Ride: 1962 Verrazzano Bravo
Aside from Juan’s 1956 Beaumont Valentina and Yami’s 2008 KAG TG, the 1962 Verrazzano Bravo is perhaps the easiest trick to get in Far Cry 6. All you have to do is complete any trick. what a Gran Premio race. It doesn’t matter which one. You’ll likely find your first poster, which you interact with to open various races around Yara, while exploring Costa Del Mar and Lozania while completing the main quests. There is a poster in Serpentino Park, west of the Cortina weather station. It is attached to a building with the Sendero Del Parque sign near the docks on the coast. This opens the International Waters Relay race in the southwestern part of the Costa Del Mar, just south of the Cortina Peninsula. There is another one just below the two Ls in the Fuego valley (north-western Lozania) on the map. It’s on the stone sign near the tree in front of the gas station at the intersection (just southeast of De Francisca Ranch). This opens Biplane Blitz, just north of the Palma Forest in Lozania. There’s one more just inside the door to the Mercurio Mecanico hideout in Esperanza. It’s on the wall right in front of you as you walk in. This opens Malecon Miracle Mile in West Esperanza, south of Old Pueblo. There are definitely other posters to find and races to unlock, but these are the ones I found while following the main questline during the first few hours.
Ride: 1985 Tokai Sabuku
For the 1985 Tokai Sabuku, make your way to the FND storage facility at Catalina Ridge, El Este. It’s northeast of the Catalina Ridge marker on the map, and north of the McKay Global Supply Depot and the lake above. Go back when you arrive and climb on the shovel arm to enter the second floor. Shoot the yellow boxes to make a path through the top and go down. Get in the vehicle and the garage doors will open automatically. Now you have the easy to use Tokai Sabuku 1985. Related Guides: And that’s the skinny on how to get all the Far Cry 6 rides so you can keep riding through Yara. As you progress, you can also equip your ride with different offensive and defensive armaments, as well as stylish cosmetics. To learn more, be sure to visit our FC6 guides page.