2015's first car pack for Forza Horizon 2 has been released, adding six more cars to the open-world racing game on the Xbox One.
Though previous car packs have had a partial focus on all-new cars to the Forza franchise, the G-Shock Car Pack bucks the trend by focusing almost entirely on cars that have never been featured in a Forza game before.
In fact, the only car that does make a return from a previous Forza entry is the Mazda Mazdaspeed 3 hot hatchback, which is offered as a free download for all Forza Horizon 2 players on the Xbox One.
As usual, the G-Shock Car Pack is available to purchase from the Xbox Games Store marketplace for £3.99, with all owners of Forza Horizon 2's Car Pass having automatic access to the pack upon installing the necessary update for the game.
The cars featured in Forza Horizon 2's G-Shock Car Pack are as such:
- 1953 Ferrari 500 Mondial – One of the Ferrari's many legendary sports car prototypes, and one of the first to feature the Lampredi-designed four-cylinder engine
- 1975 Ford Bronco – Not the most obvious example of an SUV, though the Ford Bronco did enjoy plenty of success in the arduous Baja 1000 rally raid during the late 1960s and early 1970s
- 1980 Subaru BRAT GL – Ever wondered what the Chevy El Camino would look like if it was built by a Japanese car company? Then look no further than the Subaru BRAT
- 2010 Mazda Mazdaspeed 3 – Better known in the UK as the 'Mazda 3 MPS', this raucuous hot hatch should be a sweet alternative to the Ford Focus RS and VW Scirocco R.
- 2013 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor Shelby – 575 horsepower. From a 6,2 litre V8. With a 2.9 litre supercharger. Why? 'Cos Shelby can
- 2015 Nissan IDx Nismo – The Nismo-fettled version of a retro concept car inspired by the old Nissan 510. Fingers crossed Nissan puts this one into full-scale production one day.