Welcome to the second week of car reveals here at the Forza Garage. This is Vintage Week, and we’re showing off the depth of classic cars that are a part of Forza Motorsport 7’s mammoth 700+ car list. This list includes pre-war racers that will challenge drivers of every skill level, post-war cruisers cars that changed the way the public thought of the automobile, and many more. The range of materials and technology on display here is as varied as the cars’ shapes, sizes, and capabilities. From wooden frame cars to pre-war biasply tires and more, the ForzaTech engine recreates all the intricacies and nuances that make these legendary cars so special.
Take, for example, the 1950 Alfa Romeo 158, or “Alfetta” which was driven by some of the greatest drivers in motorsport history. Or consider the 1967 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia, an early VW sports car designed in Italy (yes, you read that right, Volkswagen is returning to Forza). Then there is the American game changer, the 1953 Chevrolet Corvettel; an automotive revelation that defined and influenced car design for generations.
Welcome to The Forza Garage, our weekly look at the 700+ cars coming to Forza Motorsport 7 at launch. A huge part of any Forza game is the chance to express yourself – whether you love painting cars with gorgeous liveries or creating custom builds and tunes that can transform a good car into a great one. This week, in addition to announcing a massive collection of JDM vehicles – 77 in total – we’re also turning the spotlight on the body customization options available to players in Forza Motorsport 7
For the first time in the Forza Motorsport series, we’re bringing wide-body kits to a number of cars in Forza 7. A select number of kits are completely bespoke and designed in-house here at Turn 10; from underground-inspired designs to aero-enhanced modeled after professional motorsport. In addition, numerous body-kit options from Forza Horizon 3 will also be available in Forza Motorsport 7, including Upgrade Heroes like the Nissan S14 and the 240SX SE announced today.
Wheel options will be abundant in Forza Motorsport 7. In addition to bringing over a number of the new-entry wheels from Forza Horizon 3, we’re adding a selection of new race-inspired wheels. Whether you’re building your favorite car for yourself or you want to establish your reputation as a master in the Forza Motorsport 7 tuning scene by sharing your masterpiece on the Auction House, now you’ll have more options than ever to build the cars of your dreams.
CvKM skrev:En af de ting jeg håber de bringer tilbage i Forza Motorsport 7, er at der er flere standard biler med. Det gør ikke noget der er sports modeller med, men jeg tænker bare flere biler som man selv ser i ens hverdag. Jeg kunne virkeligt godt tænke mig, at Citroën kom retur til serien samt nye mærker som Skoda, Seat og Kia. Jeg tror ikke meget på det sidste, men med 700+ biler så må der da være plads til et par Citroën biler. Jeg siger ikke nødvendigvis C1 som var med i Forza Motorsport 4, men bare... Citroën. HY, C4, C5, Xsara, Xantia, 2CV, ZX... Give me anything!
“Forza Motorsport 7 will feature more than 700 cars at launch, including 90 manufacturers and hundreds of additional licensed brands,” the statement reads. “While Toyota production vehicles will not be included in the game, there will be a number of Toyota race cars featured in Forza Motorsport 7. Look for that list later this summer.”
The Forza Motorsport 7 Hoonigan Car Pack includes the 1965 Hoonigan Ford "Hoonicorn" Mustang, 1955 Hoonigan Chevrolet Bel Air, 1972 Hoonigan Chevrolet “Napalm Nova”, 1978 Hoonigan Ford Escort RS1800, 1992 Hoonigan Mazda RX-7 Twerkstallion, 2003 Hoonigan Holden Commodore Ute, 1991 Hoonigan Rauh-Welt Begriff Porsche 911 Turbo and a set of in-game Hoonigan Driver Gear.
Welcome to Week Four of the Forza Garage, where we are well on our way to revealing the more than 700+ vehicles that will be a part of Forza Motorsport 7 at launch. With hundreds of cars to race, customize, and explore in the game, this week we’re focusing on the “exploration” part of the equation. After all, every car in Forza Motorsport 7 features a full Forzavista experience, allowing players to discover each car’s unique characteristics in exquisite detail. Nowhere is the Forzavista level of detail more apparent than with car engines. Consider two fan favorites: the 2017 Ford GT and the Subaru Impreza 22B STi, both of which feature fully modeled engines in Forzavista for the first time in Forza Motorsport 7.
Two years ago, the GT debuted in the Forza franchise before it was even completed in the real world. For Forza Motorsport 7, the team at Turn 10 returned to Ford Performance’s masterpiece for another round of sourcing, this time with a focus on capturing all the magic of the Ford GT’s Eco-Boost engine and its intricate components. For the Subaru Impreza 22B, the team travelled halfway across the world to source a completely original car – including all factory stickers and zero modifications – giving players a rare glimpse at this beloved Subie. With Forzavista, details matter and we can’t wait for players to explore their favorite cars in Forza Motorsport 7. In fact, we’re making the Forzavista experience even better by allowing players to explore cars not only in our gorgeous pre-made home spaces, but also track-side before the race begins.
This week in the Forza Garage we are proud to announce a deep list of cars from America; more than 100 cars and trucks from as early as 1970 (earlier models were announced during Week 2). Whether you prefer classic muscle or the latest trends from Detroit, this week’s lineup will never leave you wanting for power. We start with one of the finest examples of modern muscle in recent memory…
This is Week 5 of the Forza Garage and we’re bringing you a huge list of cars coming to Forza Motorsport 7 – cars that represent a worldwide sample of automotive excellence, with a particular focus on the best cars coming out of Europe (and beyond, in a few cases!) What defines the “soul” of a European car? Some might point to quality, exemplified in cars like the Audi RS 4. Others will point to timeless design – think of the BMW 2002 or the Renault Alpine A110 as prime examples. What about incredible performance? With cars like the 2013 Caterham Superlight R500 and the 2012 Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG Coupé Black Series, drivers will never be lacking for power and agility. Is it luxury you want? Look no further than the likes of Bentley and Rolls Royce.
Many of the cars featured this week have been bred from the most competitive and cosmopolitan race series in the world. Is it the sumptuous lines of the Italian cars that catches your eye? Perhaps the unending search for perfection that defines German engineering? The automotive soul of Europe and beyond can be found right here this week, all soon to be driven with the launch of Forza Motorsport 7.
Now, check out the cars of Week 5, starting with our weekly spotlight car which was once deemed “too fast to race”.
Circuit of the Americas
Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Virginia International Raceway
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