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Forza Motorsport 4 – July Car Pack Announced

Turn 10 has announced the latest content pack for Forza Motorsport 4 as the Meguiar Car Pack adds ten brand new cars to the Xbox 360 racer.

Turn 10 has announced the latest content pack for Forza Motorsport 4 as the Meguiar Car Pack adds ten brand new cars to the Xbox 360 racer.

The pack includes some brand new cars like the Spyker C8 Aileron as well as several all-time favorites such as the Jaguar XK120.

Alongside the new cars, the pack also adds several Community Monthly Rival events as well.

  • 2011 McLaren 59 GT MP4-12C GT3
  • 1973 AMC Gremlin X
  • 2012 Ascari KZ1R
  • 1998 Aston Martin V8 Vantage V600
  • 1952 Hudson Hornet
  • 1954 Jaguar XK120
  • 1956 Lotus Eleven
  • 2012 Mercedes-Benz SLK55 AMG
  • 1995 RUF CTR2
  • 2012 Spyker C8 Aileron

The July Car Pack will be available starting July 3 on Xbox LIVE, selling for 560 Microsoft Points (roughly five Euro).

  • Anonymous

    90’s Aston and 911.. need no more.

    • Anonymous

      Need some proper touring cars. Either some actual BTCC, WTCC, Continental Tire Series, or World Challenge machinery. If not, then enough upgrade components to drop some sedans to 2500 lbs. Also, need the rest of the cars in these series. Kias, chevy cruze, MG 6, BMW 320I, etc.

      • StarFoXySxv550

        Was hoping for some of those types of cars too at launch, I think the series licensors maybe wise as to what would happen to the likes of the road-going versions of the Cruze’s MG 6’s etc if they were to end up in this game. In the end though, the community does a good job with what they have when it comes to replica series, balancing out grid performance and all that stuff. Just need ballast upgrades and a few more race specific features for FM5, you can never have too much tools and there’s always room for improvement with anything.  

      • Anonymous

        I thought the whole point of Forza was to turn street cars into race cars 🙂

        I suppose it wouldn’t be the strangest thing in the history of licensed content. Just a shame the only two cars that car really become proper moden 2L touring cars are the Civic Si, and the SEAT Leon.

      • StarFoXySxv550

        It is for a lot of people, however for a few of us, we get joy from racing the cars stock, modernized slighty or with light upgrades, they tend to feel really same’y after the full high downforce, stiff suspension & slicks treatment. Lets be honest, most games/sims already have that with no option to revert back to stock.

        You know, I really missed the Cadi CTS-V the instant I found out it was gone… and then all the people moaning about it’s addition to iRacing was the icing on the cake lol especially not being an iRacer yet

        Now that I think about it, that’s kind of convenient isn’t it… Hmmmm

      • Anonymous

        Nah, I like the street/sport tires on smaller cars mostly as well. Fiat 131s in D class was a good one for me. However, 2.0L TCs tends to be about as fast as I like.

        CTS-V is about my edge of as fast as I like. Maybe next build is a good time to try it out 😉

      • StarFoXySxv550

        I will one day, eventually 🙂 

      • pez2k .

        I actually went to the bother of swapping a Swindon-style 320hp Vauxhall Z20LEH into just about every saloon and hatch of the right sort of size in Forza 4, upgrading the suspension, balancing weights, and adding slicks. The result was… really very disappointing. They were all pretty generic to drive and despite similar PI ratings some like the Versa were much, much quicker than others.

    • daz

      What 911?

      There isn’t one in the July pack.

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