The competition has now ended. Congratulations to Luke Siegmund of Victoria and Derek Lau of New South Wales for winning, and thanks to all of you who participated!
WhichCar has teamed up with EA Games to give two of our loyal readers a free copy of Need For Speed Heat, the latest instalment in the long-running street racing video game franchise. We’ve got two gift packs to give away - both for Playstation 4 - containing the game, a limited-edition metal game case, an NFS Heat sticker pack, notepad and fridge magnet. The best part? If you win, it’ll be in your sweaty gamer hands before Christmas. Ho ho ho!
But of course we’re going to make you jump through some hoops first. Need For Speed Heat’s greatest attribute is arguably its vehicle customisation system, and we want you to show us exactly what kind of car you intend to make in the game.
Luckily, you can do that without having to own the game first. Download Heat’s companion app, NFS Heat Studio, to your phone (get it on Google Play or the Apple App Store), find a car that you want to modify and go to town making it your own. Post a screenshot (only one per entry) as a reply to our competition post on WhichCar’s Facebook page (which can be found right here), and then make sure you’ve liked and followed us on Facebook. That’s it!
Need some inspiration? Take a look below, then flick through our gallery above to see what's possible in NFS Heat Studio.
Entries close on December 16 and the WhichCar team will judge them all to find the two most visually appealing cars, with the winner to be announced on December 18. Best of luck, now show us your car styling chops!
Full terms and conditions for this competition can be viewed here. Entries close on 16 December at 23.59 AEDT. Winners will be notified via Facebook.
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