Assetto Corsa Competizione Steering Lock: GT2, GT3 & GT4

Ensuring you have the correct steering lock for all GT2, GT3 and GT4 cars in Assetto Corsa Competizione on Xbox, PS5 & PC will allow you to control your car much better during a race.

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ACC Steering Lock For Every Car

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When jumping into Assetto Corsa Competizione on either Xbox or PS5, one of the first things you should do is set up your wheel correctly. A correctly set up racing wheel is the cornerstone to being able to feel your car and the road in ACC and will lead to a much more comfortable sim racing experience.

If you are racing ACC on a PC, you don’t need to worry about setting your steering lock setting manually as the game features a soft lock. This will automatically adjust your steering lock individually for each car.

One of the key elements of setting up your racing wheel is ensuring you have the correct steering lock for the car you are driving. In this guide, we will show you the correct steering lock for every car in Assetto Corsa Competizione on Xbox and PS5.

Read our guide on the best racing wheels for Assetto Corsa Competizione.

Should I set a different steering lock for each car in ACC?

Using an incorrect steering lock can result in your physical steering inputs not matching up with the in-game steering wheel. This can also make your car behave strangely in-game.

  • Set your in-game steering lock too low: Having a steering lock lower in-game than on your racing wheel can make the car very twitchy and sensitive.
  • Setting your steering lock too high: If you go the other way and set your steering lock too high you may not be able to reach full lock, making your car feel sluggish and slow to respond.

If you don’t match the correct steering lock in ACC with the real car’s setting it will almost always make your car difficult to control. Some sim racers do like to intentionally mismatch their steering lock, and this can work with small increments to make your car feel more responsive or more stable.

What happens if the steering lock is set incorrectly?

If you kept your steering lock at 900° for example. It will mean that you will have to turn your physical racing wheel a lot further than should be required. In this example, turning your racing wheel 180° in a car such as the McLaren 720s (which has a steering lock of 480°), will only turn the in-game wheel part way compared to your steering input.

See the example below of how steering input can differ if your steering lock isn’t matched.

ACC Correct Steering Lock Every Car
Does ACC automatically set the correct steering lock?

Many sim racing games allow you to set your steering lock to auto. This will let the game do the hard work and will limit your steering lock depending on which car you drive. If you are racing ACC on a PC, this will happen as long as your steering lock matches in game and on your racing wheel itself. The game will automatically adjust your steering lock without you having to manually adjust it.

Unfortunately, on Assetto Corsa Competizione on Xbox and PS5, this isn’t an option. This means that to drive every car realistically with the steering lock matching your input, you will need to adjust your steering lock manually to match the car you are driving.

View our recommended ACC wheel force feedback settings for realistic driving.


Correct steering lock for every car in Assetto Corsa Competizione

Let’s jump into the correct steering lock for every car in Assetto Corsa Competizione. Below are the correct steering lock settings for all GT2, GT3 and GT4 cars in ACC.

I would always recommend changing the steering lock setting both in ACC and on your wheel as well using your wheel’s software. This can be Fanalab for Fanatec wheels, the Thrustmaster Control Panel, MOZA Pit House or Asetek’s RaceHub as an example.


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To input these settings in ACC, you will need to jump into the menu and the controller section. Then scroll down to the steering lock menu, and adjust it to match the figures below.


ACC GT3 Cars Steering Lock

The cars all of the GT3 cars available in Assetto Corsa Competizione, along with their correct steering lock.

CarSteering Lock
Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT3640°
Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3640°
Audi R8 LMS720°
Audi R8 LMS Evo720°
Audi R8 LMS Evo II720°
Bentley Continental GT3 2015640°
Bentley Continental GT3 2018640°
BMW M4 GT3515°
BMW M6 GT3565°
Emil Frey Jaguar GT3720°
Ferrari 296 GT3900°
Ferrari 488 GT3480°
Ferrari 488 GT3 Evo480°
Honda NSX GT3620°
Honda NSX GT3 Evo450°
Lamborghini Huracan GT3620°
Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO620°
Lamborghini Huracan GT3 EVO2620°
Lexus RC F GT3640°
McLaren 650S GT3480°
McLaren 720S GT3480°
McLaren 720S GT3 EVO480°
Mercedes-AMG GT3640°
Mercedes-AMG GT3 EVO640°
Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 2015640°
Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 2018640°
Porsche 991 GT3 R800°
Porsche 991 II GT3 R800°
Porsche 992 GT3 R800°
Reiter Engineering R-EX GT3720°

ACC GT2 Cars Steering Lock

Below are the correct steering locks for all of the GT2 cars in Assetto Corsa Competizione.

CarSteering lock
Audi R8 LMS GT2720°
KTM X-Bow GT2580°
Maserati MC20 GT2480°
Mercedes-AMG GT2490°
Porsche 991 II GT2 RS CS Evo720°
Porsche 935 GT2720°

ACC GT4 Cars Steering Lock

Below are the correct steering locks for all of the GT4 cars in Assetto Corsa Competizione.

CarSteering lock
Alpine A110 GT4720°
Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4640°
Audi R8 LMS GT4720°
BMW M4 GT4500°
Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R720°
Ginetta G55 GT4720°
KTM X-Bow GT4580°
Maserati Granturismo MC GT4900°
McLaren 570S GT4480°
Mercedes AMG GT4500°
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4800°

One-make Championship Series Steering Lock

CarSteering lock
Lamborghini Huracan ST620°
Lamborghini Huracan ST EVO2620°
Porsche 991 II GT3 Cup800°
Porsche 992 GT3 Cup540°
BMW M2 CS Racing360°

Read our guide on the best racing wheels for Assetto Corsa Competizione.


Watch our ACC steering lock video

Below is a video where we run through how steering lock in Assetto Corsa Competizione works and which values you should use for each car in ACC. This video only covers the steering lock for the GT3 cars in ACC, and not the newer GT2 or GT4 cars.


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What is steering lock in Assetto Corsa and Assetto Corsa Competizione?

The steering lock is the maximum rotational angle that your steering wheel will turn to. A steering lock at 360° for example means you can rotate your steering wheel 180° in either direction resulting in a complete steering lock of 360°. Each car has a different steering lock, meaning you may need to adjust your steering wheel settings to match it.

What does soft lock do in Assetto Corsa?

Soft lock is the name given to the point at which your steering wheel will prevent you from rotating your steering wheel. If you set the soft lock to 360°, you’re wheel will stop you from turning the steering wheel past this value.

Why do cars use different steering locks?

The maximum steering angle differs from car to car based on the setup and build of the car. Manufacturers all have their own way of working and setting up a car, and this can result in different steering locks being used for different car manufacturers in Assetto Corsa.

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