Driving Zone 2 is an exciting racing game with highly realistic car physics, amazing graphics and cutting-edge gameplay. You start by choosing one of three different character types and then move on to the next vehicle type. You can select from a wide selection of various makes and models of vehicles, including powerful sporty sedans, stylish hatchbacks and luxurious executive saloons. Each character type is endowed with a unique set of features and weaknesses that make them excellent drivers. This means that you will need to choose your drivers carefully, and that you should spend some time playing with each one to determine which has the best combination of speed, handling and agility.
The default controls for this driving game are straightforward and easy to learn, which is evident from the simple touch screen interface. However, there are a number of features that allow you to tweak your playing experience in many different ways, allowing you to fine tune your virtual experience to exactly what you want. For example, there are various tuning options available to you, such as adjusting the overall speed for all three characters, or raising or lowering the red light feature on your hatchbacks. Each of these options affects how quickly and accurately your hatchback will move. You can also adjust the strength of the "red light" and the length of the "red light" period, which has a major influence on the effectiveness of your driving skills and overall speed.
You can also personalize your driving zone 2 experience by choosing your own garage. There are four distinct garages that you can use to challenge yourself, including the "normal", the "extreme" and the "extreme rare" garages. Your success in achieving each garage depends on how well you mimic the characteristics of each specific character type, as well as how well you respond to external factors, such as the presence of rival hatchbacks and other vehicles in your immediate area. There are a total of nine driving zones to experience in Driving Zone 2, and each zone is themed after a specific automotive make or model. The driving game in Driving Zone 2 involves driving a wide range of vehicles, ranging from four-door hatchbacks to trucks and SUVs, through dirt tracks and jumps, to bridges and tunnels, and finally, to the finish line at the finish line of the race track.