Forza Horizon 3’s Duracell Car Pack Now Available
Forza Horizon 3 is a great game including its own car pass. Aside from that, new cars are added every month. It is the last pack in the pass. Currently, there is not any information of any more to come. You should look up news about six cars in the pack here if you are searching for the latest vehicles in this game.
2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1
It is the first car that we’d like to introduce to you. You know there once was a time when muscle cars were regarded dead. The ZL1 is a fresh wind which has been brought to Forza Horizon 3 game. It is considered as the most powerful that Camaro has ever built. It is also the further indication that those times are well behind. Indeed, the ZL1 is power personified with 650 HP and 650 ft-lbs of torque. Nevertheless, this age muscle car can do much more than you think. For the handling department, magnetorheological dampers and a chassis, which made to smooth out the harshest of twisties, will promise to give you lots of surprises. It’s time to explore another era!
2015 Jaguar XES
Jaguar XES really gets down to business when you allow it to stretch its legs although it is pretty fit for the clients having the average income so as to create a good impression. 2015 Jaguar XES own a supercharged V6 which helps you roar handle easily. It is the top if the line sedan. This car can make you amazed with its delicacy. It can pounce if you want. Will you wander around to find the next prey so that they will eat your dust in a race or only look for the stability? The XES gets ready to serve you.
1992 Ford Falcon GT
1992 Ford Falcon GT was launched to celebrate the 25-year anniversary of the original Falcon GT. The EB II model also brings some modest beginnings for the original. There is a Windsor V8 under the hood. In this time, it is equipped with a sequentially-injected 302. The model that we have mentioned was developed by Tickford Vehicle Engineering, Ford’s answer to Holden’s Special Vehicles (HSV). Not only that, the EB II Falcon GT was known as a unique run of just 250 vehicles for Australia while there were just 15 more for New Zealand. It is the fantastic addition to any Aussie hot-rod collection.
1983 Volvo 242 Turbo Evolution
In my opinion, the first thing appearing in your mind when you think of Volvo is that it is safe and reliable. However, this car can inspire the performance which drove a half of a decade of the Group A racing. The 242 Turbo Evolution is renowned as the Flatnose due to its exclusive sheet metal. It is very strong and dressed in a large Garret turbocharger along with the intercooler and a few exceptional springs as well as ventilated brakes. In the U.S., they sold 500 models. And, 30 models were sent back to Europe to participate the racing.
1995 Nissan NISMO GT-R LM
It was dubbed the crowned beast. It possesses only one production model which was built to finish all of the homologation rules for the race. The GT-R LM is one of those kinds. At that time, you can see that contemporary rules changes drove the innovation in the GT1 class while Nissan drove in the imagination first. The car was based on the R33 model. But, the NISMO GT-R is rear-wheel drive. Also, it is very wide. It is not similar to two race versions which made their mark in racing. Actually, it is locked up inside Nissan’s Fort Knox of NISMO history.
1959 BMW 507
There are only 252 glossy and enchanting cars built in order to fill the gap of Mercedes-Benz 300SL, MG’s and Triumphs of the era. Lines were designed by Count Albrecht Goertz, who worked for the former 503. These were hand made at the price of $11,000. However, BMW was losing money selling them. 1959 BMW 507 is powered by an overhead-valve, aluminum-block, 3.2-liter V8 along with dual carburetors. The HP is around 150. It can increase up to 136 mph depending on the requested final-drive ratio.
1972 Land Rover Series III
If you want to visit anywhere with wanton disregard, you can select 1972 Land Rover Series III. The idea which is used to generate it comes from the simplistic Series III and its ancestors. You can drive it and conquer the steepest grade without difficulty.
There’s also a bonus car available in Forza Horizon 3’s Duracell Car Pack:
Forza Horizon 3 Duracell 2016 GTA Spano
It can be found in the pack quickly. You need to go to the Xbox Store and search for “Forza Horizon 3 GTA Spano.” Next, download the car. Restart Forza Horizon 3 and control it. It will not require you to own Duracell Car Pack to redeem.
Watch the trailer to see all of the cars in action here: