PSA - March Car Pack for Forza Motorsport 7 Now Available
Should you wish, you can now download, for a price of course, new cars in Forza Motorsports 7. There is not much we can say here but take a look at all the details below:
1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Spider
- Enzo Ferrari himself raced an 8C 2300 at the Circuito delle Tre Provence, taking second place in 1931. Built between 1931 and 1934 the model was bodied by top coach builders (carrozzeria) Zagato and Touring. Underneath the hood are two four-cylinder motors facing back-to-back and mated in the middle at the flywheel. The cams and supercharger are driven by gears in the middle of that marriage. These cars were expensive in their day and are priceless now.
1983 Jaguar #44 Group 44 XJR-5
- With the intent of bringing Jaguar back to the podium, American racer Bob Tullius got the funding to build this IMSA GTP racer designed by Lee Dykstra. Group 44 racing was founded by Tullius and when the XJR-5 was finished he had drivers Brian Redman, Hurley Haywood, and others with him to campaign it. At its IMSA debut at Road America the team earned third place and collected four wins overall that year. At a period when the Porsche 956 was all-powerful, the #44 and #40 XJRs finally gave Jaguar fans at Le Mans something to fawn about in 1984, although both cars failed to finish. This marked a new era of Jaguar racing after a 25-year absence and put the British manufacturer on a path to future racing glory when they later won at Le Mans in 1990.
1988 Nissan #33 Bob Sharp Racing 300ZX
- Sharp built one of the first American factory-backed race teams with Nissan in Bob Sharp Racing. When Newman and Sharp met, their mutual passion for motorsport led to a unique partnership that lasted many years. The 300ZX 2+2 represents the last Nissan Newman raced. If you look closely you can even see the initials PLN (Paul Leonard Newman) on the headrest. Restored for vintage racing and now owned by CarCast’s Adam Carolla, this beast has 680 turbo-driven horsepower.
1977 Brabham #8 Motor Racing Developments BT45B
- The 3-liter, four-valve per cylinder, twin overhead cam flat-12 was similar to the Ferrari engine that had just won the two previous years and Alfa Romeo offered to supply them free of charge. It was mated to a Hewland gearbox and the pairing was slung low in a chassis designed by Gordon Murray dubbed the BT45. The later revised 45B featured an improved rear suspension and lost some weight. The car reached a high point when driver John Watson placed second behind Mario Andretti in the French Grand Prix in 1977.
2017 Lincoln Continental
- Tons of supple leather, comfy seats (that adjust 30 different ways) and style that is fit for a king. You won’t find the classic suicide doors of the original model, but you will find all-wheel-drive, around 400 horsepower, and loads of torque from an Ecoboost twin-turbo V6.
2017 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2
- Ever since the Ford Raptor hit the truck market, everyone has been trying to match that high bar. Of course, this takes more than just a lift kit and big tires, which the ZR2 does have. It takes real suspension modifications, like taller springs and longer shocks and control arms, the ZR2 has those too. Going further, the ZR2 has spool-valve dampers made by Multimatic, the company that assembles the Ford GT. On the outside the body gives you bulging lines that excite and enhanced clearance enabling a 30-degree approach angle.
2017 Volvo XC90 R-Design
- First, start with Volvo, the Swedish carmaker known for safety-focused designs. Then, add not only a super charger and a turbo charger, but also an electric motor. With both types of forced induction mixed properly and the instant torque of the hybrid motor, the result is resounding power all the way through the powerband with no turbo lag. All that from a 2.0-liter, inline four-cylinder that lets you feel good about being green.
So there you have it folks, those are the cars that you can download should you desire.
Source: Forza Motorsports Webpage