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Discussion in 'Forza Horizon 2' started by Populuxe Cowboy, Oct 10, 2014.
Some really nice packs there guys.
Just I pack I trough together
1978 Subaru Brat:
1969 Adams probe 16
1976 Jensen Interceptor
Dodge Shelby Charger '1983–87
1980 Mazda 626
1979 Honda Civic Special X
Pack Name: The 90's were All That (get the reference)
Car 1: 1994 Dodge Viper RT/10
Car 2: 1997 Nissan Skyline R33 GT-R 40th Autech Anniversary Edition
Car 3: 1998 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Le Mans
Car 4: 1993 Subaru SVX
Car 5: 1998 Honda Integra Type-R
Car 6: 1993 Alfa Romeo SZ
Isn't this a SZ? The roadsters are called RZs. Otherwise great pack idea. I'd totally rock the V8 Vantage LeMans.
Whoops. Well that's what I get for having an idea late at night and very tired. It's fixed now though.
Love the SZ in 5. I'd be amazed if we didn't see it in this game.
I saw a Brat the other day. Nice looking car... truck... thing...
Pack Name: Trucks Anonymous
2012 Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG
2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer SS
2013 Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG 6x6 Concept
2015 Infiniti QX80
1986 Lamborghini LM
2004 Ford F-150 SVT Lightning
Really need the 6x6!
...actually I can see that going really badly in online races. I'm always getting smashed by the guys driving Ram Runners and Raptors.
1. Ford Festiva SHOgun
2.Talbot/ Lotus Sunbeam
3. KP60 Toyota Starlet
4. Saab 99 Turbo
5. Renault Clio 182 Trophy
6. 2015 Honda Civic Type R Concept
Nice to see the Starlet getting some love.
The December "It's French!" Car Pack
1954 Ford Comète Monte-Carlo
The 1954 Comète benefited from a more powerful "truck" engine than previous years, the 3.9L Mistral V8 putting out 105bhp in a lightweight package. That the package was wrapped with bodywork designed by Facel doesn't hurt, either. With a name like Monte-Carlo, this trim level was made for the sweeping roads of Horizon 2. Will you keep it stock, and cruise like only the best 50's cars can? Or will you take advantage of the massive amount of Ford engines available, and make this your own personal hotrod? Either way, this car is as cool as it's namesake.
1962 DB Le Mans Luxe
Le Mans: Easily one of the most evocative names in automotive history, this little car wears it with purpose, for DB had racing success at the storied French race, with three class wins in the 24h event. Despite a tiny 1.0L flat-deuce Panhard engine, this tiny car (curb weight: 700kg) could hit triple digits if given the opportunity. Surprise the heavier cars on the road as you slice through the turns of Castelletto with barely a lift of the throttle!
2002 BMW M Coupé
Everybody's favourite clown shoe returns! With the fabled S54 underhood, the final year of the M Coupe put out a startling 325bhp, in a shape unlike anything seen before (or since) at BMW. The mechanicals are all standard-issue sports car, really: a smooth, powerful straight-six, a solid five-speed manual, a bodyshell over two times stiffer than the roadster it was based on. Is it French? No, but the word coupé is. That signature four-pipe rear is going to be all your rivals will see... especially as this is the Free car in this month's pack!
1973 Citroën SM
Look at it. Just look at it. This is a vehicle over forty years old, and yet its modernist looks have yet to age. Available in Horizon 2 in classic 2.7L, 178bhp form, the SM's oleopneumatic suspension (borrowed from the DS) makes this the cream of the cruiser crop.
1927 Bugatti Type 35B
The grand-daddy of them all. With a supercharger strapped to it's 2.3L straight-eight, this car won at the Targa Florio in 1928, while the rest of the Type 35 family was so successful, it was averaging 14 race wins a week at the height of its dominance. Who else can compete with that?
1998 Venturi 300 Atlantique Biturbo
No, you are not looking at a Ferrari 355, or a bodykitted Fiero pretending to be one. Venturi was France's answer to Porsche and Ferrari in the 90's, producing the sorts of sports cars that had some journalists comparing it favourably to the Lotus Esprit of the time. With a 310bhp turbo V6, this car won't stop running until you're on the fun side of 170mph. The car never met with much sales success, but that doesn't matter in Horizon 2, so go forth and drive.
The Skoda and VAG car pack
Skoda Fabia Vrs
Skoda Octavia VRS
Skoda Octavia VRS Estate
Seat Leon FR
Okay, this goes straight into the "awesome cars I didn't know about but really should have" file.
The (Insert Month Here) GTPlanet Pack:
2000 Audi S4
1998 Mercedes-Benz AMG CLK-GTR
2014 BMW M4
2015 McLaren P1 GTR (Pack Only)
1964 Nissan Skyline 2000GT
1980 Lotus Esprit Turbo
2005 Honda NSX-R GT
1962 Lincoln Continental
I've never seen or heard of this car until now, yet I need one in my life.
My pack is as follows; the Jalopnik Car Pack.
1986 Lamborghini LM002
1980 Ford Escort RS1700T Prototype
1971 Peugeot 504 Injection Convertible
1999 Plymouth Prowler
1998 Toyota Starlet Glanza V (free car)
2007 BMW M5 Touring
The Glanza would be sweet.
1972 Jensen Interceptor.
Alfa Romeo 155 (I keep seeing these things driving around in Forza Horizon 2 but I can't buy one. same with the Subaru Legacy)
Lotus Esprit V8
Tommy Kaira ZZII( surprisingly hard to find a good picture of this thing)
It's so annoying seeing the 155 as a traffic car and expecting we'll never get it. It was one of my favourite DLC cars in Forza 4.
It was one of the Cars I was disappointed never made it into Forza 5, and it's really annoying that it's only a traffic car rather than a Car you can drive in Horizon 2.
Good point on the ommission in 5; would've been ideal with the 3.7 V6 upgrade. I have Autodelta logos ready on there.
Nash-Healey by Populuxe Cowboy, on Flickr
Moretti 750 by Populuxe Cowboy, on Flickr
Ford Comete by Populuxe Cowboy, on Flickr
Cisitalia 202 by Populuxe Cowboy, on Flickr
Borgward Isabella by Populuxe Cowboy, on Flickr
Arnolt-MG by Populuxe Cowboy, on Flickr
Lancia and Zagato
I love Lancia and want every car they've ever built in this game. Failing that, I'll take this half-dozen Lancias with bodies designed and/or built by Zagato.
Lancia Appia Zagato GTE FR, 1089cc V-4, built 1957-1962
Lancia Flaminia Zagato FR, 2775cc V-6, built 1964-1967
Lancia Flavia Zagato FF, 1800cc H4, built 1963-1967
Lancia Flavia Sport Zagato FF, 1488cc H4, built 1962
Lancia Fulvia Zagato FF, 1216cc, 1298cc, 1584cc V-4, built 1963-1976
Lanica Beta Zagato FF, 1585cc, 1756cc, 1995cc I-4, built 1974-1982
My Dream DLC #2
1995 Suzuki Cappuccino.
Toyota Hilux Top Gear Arctic edition
2015 Subaru Inpreza STI
2015 Panoz Esperante
Mazda Cosmos 110s
Another pack; the Top Gear Car Pack.
2014 Eagle Low Drag GT
1996 Renault Sport Spider
1998 Alfa Romeo 145 Quadrifoglio Verde
1976 SEAT 1200 Sport
1993 Subaru Alcyone SVX S4 (free car)
2012 Ginetta G60
Oh man, I'd let out a little wee if the 145 made it into the game!
The December BASF Car Pack
Those are not cars for the faint of heart. The BASF Car Pack for Forza Horizon 2 on Xbox One has something for every kind of car fan. Available today for $5 in the Xbox Live store, the BASF Car Pack features six cars to collect, customize, drive and race in the vast open world of Forza Horizon 2.
The all-new Mercedes-Benz AMG GT S and Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 will leave you gasping for breath. Looking for a more relaxed but just as glamorous ride? The Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Coupe is at home on Nice's boulevards just as it is offroad. The Cisitalia 202 GT and the Citroen DS 21 Pallas are both cars that were a look into things to come when they came out, and are still revered icons of automotive progress today.
In addition to the availability of the BASF Car Pack for Forza Horizon 2 on Xbox One, players will also be able to check out a new free car available to all: the 1991 Alpine A610.
2016 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT S (Super GT)
When Mercedes-Benz lifted the veil on the SLS, mouths were agape. And its successor surely doesn't disappoint. Powered by the new-generation "hot-inside" twin-turbo V8 developed by the car's namesake Mercedes-AMG and with styling more befitting a sculpture than to a car, this car surely doesn't fear its competition.
2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 (Modern Muscle)
The newest Mustang Shelby may also be the baddest of them all. It has the looks of a snake ready to bite, and the flat-pane V8 is not only the most powerful naturally-aspired engine ever produced by Ford, but probably also the best sounding. A stiffer chassis and larger Brembo brakes add to the promise of living up to Carrol Shelby's original vision of a road car for the track.
2012 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Coupe (Sport Utility Heroes)
With the Evoque, Land Rover inaugurated a bold, new course that's taken the brand away from its image of utilitarian ruggedness by adding a layer of glamour and coolness. While purists looked with disdain, the new baby-Range Rover's been met with critical acclaim, and fantastic sale figures. And while its looks and posh interiors wink at Hollywood socialites, the high-tech all-terrain system, Magneride suspension and 240hp inline-4 engine mean the Evoque is just as capable as its older, humbler brethen where the black stuff ends.
1947 Cisitalia 202 GT (Rare Classics)
The brainchild of Italian industrialist Piero Drusio, the Cisitalia was a car that turned heads in its glory days - and still does. The curvaceous aluminium body, designed by Battista Pininfarina, was a ground-breaking design in styling, aerodynamics and materials, and gained the diminutive GT a place of honor in the Museum of Modern Arts in New York. 55 hp may not seem that much, but they were enough to push the 202, driven by legendary driver Tazio Nuvolari, to second place in the 1947 Mille Miglia. Sadly, the Cisitalia brand was short-lived, but its legend lives on in the world of Horizon.
1965 Citroen DS 21 Pallas (Cult Classics)
Structuralist philosopher Roland Barthes, in an essay about this car, said that it looked as if it had "fallen from the sky". And boy, was he right. When the Goddess (or Déesse - that's how you read those two legendary letters in French) was unveiled at the 1955 Paris Motor Show, its technological equipment was so beyond anything people had ever seen, the car may have been a spaceship for all they know. And still today, there are not many cars that can vaunt options such as directional headlights and hydropneumatic suspensions - the claim to fame for this car, they even allowed the DS to ride on three wheels.
Will you keep it stock and ride through the countryside in this iconic piece of French automotive design, or give it spaceship power to match its looks by choosing one of many engine swaps available? The choiche is yours.
1991 Alpine A610 (Retro Supercars)
Born to compete with cars with far more prestige and grunt, the Alpine A610 wasn't very appreciated during its 4-years production run, and was the last car of the French specialist car-maker before it disappeared into Renault. But make no mistake: with its relatively lightweight fiberglass body and 250 hp rear-mounted turbocharged Renault engine, the A610 bore all the marks of Billancourt's most successful products. Maybe you'll find a diamond in the rough in this French supercar.
(Heh, I needed an exercise in write-up as photos for my next set accumulate...)
"'80s Flash Cash" High end '80s stuff:
Lincoln Town Car:
Ford Grenada Ghia X:
BMW 8 Series:
No words needed
70's Americana Pack
The 70's brought us the best of muscle cars, from Ford, Dodge, Chevy, Buick and Pontiac, a wide array of big V8 muscle cars not for the faint of heart
1970 Dodge Charger R/T
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454
1978 Buick GNX
1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda
1970 Ford Mustang BOSS 302