Mods are designed to bring a new layer of depth, challenge and fun to the career and free play races where Mods will be available to use. In essence, Mods give the player the chance to affect the race, whether through adding additional challenges, changing the handling of the car, or offering additional bonuses at the end of a race. In many ways, Mods give the player the chance to dare themselves to do better in a race, and reap the rewards if they are successful.
Mods also create an additional "risk for reward" system to encourage experimentation with higher difficulty assist settings.
Dare Mods challenge the player to get out of their comfort zone and perform with specific driving requirements that will test their skills. Players will earn credits bonuses if they succeed in a race with a Dare mod added. All Dare Mods can be used as many times as the player likes, but only one dare can be used at a time.
Severe Power Decrease – Power decreased by 8%. Hit the objective to earn +20% credits
Manual With Clutch – Manual transmission with clutch. Hit the objective to earn +20% credits
Back of the Pack – Start in 24th Grid Position. Hit the objective to earn +30% credits
Crew Mods give the player a specific performance advantage during a race, depending on the Crew Mod used. Crew Mods don’t offer specific bonus rewards but can give players an advantage in a race.
Chassis Expert — -7% weight, +3% grip
Braking Engineer — +20% braking, +5% power
Boost Mods give the players a specific advantage during a race or a bonus for performing well in a race. Boost Mods might increase the total amount of credits you can earn after a race, or give you a bonus to XP or credits for performing certain in-game feats.
Boost mods could include:
Pristine Drafting – Earn 3,000 credits for Perfect Drafts up to 18,000 credits
Ghost – Your car has no collisions for the first lap of this race
Superior Payout – Earn +60% credits for a single race