LONDON 21st September, 2007 — Microsoft Game Studios today announced 10 brand new racers and muscle cars in a downloadable car pack for "Forza Motorsport 2," which will be available on Xbox LIVE Marketplace this weekend.
To get fans warmed up, we're offering a rally inspired hot little European hatch the 2007 SEAT Leon Cupra as a FREE download to bolster the already extensive collection of "Forza" racers. For 400 Microsoft points, Forza fans can own the track taking laps in 10 great vehicles including a race ready turbo diesel (the Audi R10) and a low performance class inline 4 that's an absolute tuner's dream (the Honda Civic Si Coupe). Show your muscle with an American classic, the 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T or turn it up another notch behind the wheel of the 415 horsepower, 8,400 rpm 2007 Porsche GT3 RS.
For a full list of available cars, please see below:
- 2007 SEAT Leon Cupra (FREE DOWNLOAD)
- 2006 Audi R10 (#8 Audi Sport Team Joest) Prototype
- 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T Hemi
- 2006 Dodge Challenger Concept
- 2006 Honda Civic Si Coupe
- 2007 Honda Civic Type-R
- 1967 Lamborghini Miura P400
- 2006 Lamborghini Miura Concept
- 2007 Porsche 911 GT3 RS (997)
- 2007 Saturn Sky Red Line
- 2007 SEAT Leon Supercup
For more information and new screen shots of some of the more notable vehicles in this car pack, be sure to cruise over to forzamotorsport.net
About Turn 10 "Forza Motorsport 2" is being developed by Turn 10 of Microsoft Game Studios. The experienced development team led by Dan Greenawalt is composed of top developers and real race drivers and car collectors, whose pedigree includes work on top racing franchises including "Forza Motorsport," "Project Gotham Racing" and "RalliSport Challenge." Microsoft also teamed with top engineers from the likes of Ferrari and Toyo Tires to create the most realistic driving physics ever seen in a racing simulation game.
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