Forza Motorsport 7 has been released on PC and Xbox One, and the Xbox One X version is available on November 7, when the new console launches. The game features more than 30 tracks and over 700 cars, including the largest collection of Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Porsches ever, and each one has been authentically recreated, inside and out.
Click the pictures below to find out more about the nine cars in Forza 7 that you have to drive.
2014 Porsche 918 Spyder – built almost completely of carbon fibre, its nearly 900 combined horsepower from its 4.6-litre naturally-aspirated flat crank V8 and hybrid electrical system make it a technological marvel. The 918 Spyder already set a production car lap record at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca and shattered the production car record at the Nürburgring by 14 seconds
2011 Lamborghini Sesto Elemento – under the six red hexagons serving as outlets for engine heat resides the same 5.2-litre V10 found in the Gallardo, but considering that the Sesto Elemento is more than half a tonne lighter than the Gallardo, performance is in another dimension entirely. Lamborghini claims the carbon-covered monster will reach 60mph in less than 2.5 seconds
1953 Chevrolet Corvette – driven by practicality, the 1953 Corvette uses mostly off-the-shelf components such as the “Blue Flame” 160hp, 235-cubic inch in-line six-cylinder engine and two-speed Powerglide transmission. The only options available were a heater (which cost $91) and an AM radio ($145). All 300 that sold in 1953 had both options. The 1953 Corvette didn’t even have roll-up windows
2016 Honda Civic Type R – boasting more than 300hp, torque-steer limiting dual-axis strut suspension, mechanical front differential and Brembo brakes, this Civic Type R is just what Honda (and Forza) fans have been waiting for
2017 Acura NSX – this hybrid supercar is a mid-engine, all-wheel-drive, twin-turbo hybrid slice of pure performance perfection. With around 600hp from its combined 3.5-litre V6 and three electric motors driving all four wheels, you have a balanced and capable car that can compete with other supercars nearly 10 times its price. There are nine gears to work your way through as you pass 60mph in just over three seconds, and torque-vectoring to smooth you through the curves
2013 Caterham Superlight R500 – the Caterham Superlight is the latest masterwork created by one of the patriarchs of racing design, Colin Chapman. The basic design of the Superlight R500 are the bones of the Lotus 7, which has existed in a mostly unaltered form for more than 50 years. There are few cars in the world that can match its 0-60 times (at sub-3 seconds) and even fewer that can also equal its lap times, which are otherwise only achievable in a purpose-built race car
2017 Ford GT Forza Edition – throughout the carved aerodynamics and gloriously sculptured form, players will find active elements and static design that create not only unique allure, but massive downforce. Within, technology abounds in adjustable suspension and drivetrain settings that put 647 EcoBoost twin-turbo driven horsepower to the massive rear wheels
2017 Holden #22 Walkinshaw Performance VF Commodore – the V8 Supercars Championship in Australia is the premier road racing series Down Under. At this event, no matter where the success has swayed, Holden holds a faithful following of race fans. The #22 is driven by veteran James Courtney and primarily sponsored by Mobil 1
For a list of all the cars in Forza 7, click here.