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Discussion in 'Forza Horizon 2' started by Populuxe Cowboy, Oct 10, 2014.
I am really sorry!Wrong Thread!!Now I saw that is for FH2.I will delete the post right away
Oh, it's okay then.
This is an expansion pack in the style of Storm Island that I thought a while ago. It's quite a lengthy read, so... Enjoy!
Trailer song: Andy C & Fiora - "Heartbeat Loud"
Forza Horizon 2: Velocity Coast
See that cruise ship that has just landed in the docks of Castelletto? Take a ticket, and you will sail towards the more prestigious side of the French Riviera, in the glamorous Principality of Monaco. Welcome to Forza Horizon 2: Velocity Coast!
The Velocity Coast expansion pack unleashes the pure performance of the fastest vehicles in the game, setting them on the loose in the lovely Principality of Monaco, the epitome of glamour. The pack can be purchased for $25 from the Xbox Live Store, but Forza Horizon 2 VIP owners will receive a 50% discount, making the price just $12.49 for VIP members.
Speeding at over 200 mph through Monte Carlo
Velocity Coast features a whole new location to explore: the entirety of the Principality of Monaco and its surroundings. A small yet worldwide-known country in the French Riviera, this area is twice as large as Storm Island and features full weather conditions and the most gorgeous day-night cycle seen in a racing game. Monaco has been built with the Forza Horizon 2 engine, with unparalleled levels of precision and similarity to the real-life Principality.
Velocity Coast also brings a whole new batch of events and championships for you to join. The expansion features over 150 events to partake, all climaxing with one final race in the famous Circuit de Monaco from Formula 1. Be sure to bring your best supercar for these events.
Friends and Rivals
In addition to the new events available, Velocity Coast will also feature new roads - be it fast or slow, narrow or large, a new Car Meet, and a completely new batch of Bucket List Challenges, 10 in total. All this content is crowned with new achievements to unlock, for a total of 600 gamerscore points.
More Music To Race To
Velocity Coast will also add new songs for all 7 of the radio stations of the game, which you can hear anywhere, be it Monaco, Storm Island, or the original open world of Horizon 2. Here is the list of new music which you can listen to in this expansion pack, along with the original playlist of the game.
Horizon Pulse's breathy, summery vibes are coming back again to accompany you in your journey in Monaco.
"Ephemeral Artery" by Neon Indian
"Classic (feat. Powers)" by The Knocks
"Sometimes" by Miami Horror
"Mirage" by Ladytron
"King" by Years & Years
"Ghost" by Mystery Skulls
"Trying To Be Cool" by Phoenix
"My Type" by Saint Motel
"Setting Sun" by Dirty Vegas
"Something Goes Right (feat. Sampha)" by SBTRKT
HORIZON BASS ARENA
The Festival's prime source for electronic music has chosen a handful of new raging EDM tunes for the racers, ranging from soothing deep house and garage, to the most epic of dancefloor smashers, all for you to race to.
"Dangerous (feat. Sam Martin)" by David Guetta
"Flicker" by Porter Robinson
"Latch (feat. Sam Smith)" by Disclosure
"Pray to God (feat. HAIM)" by Calvin Harris
"Intoxicated" by Martin Solveig & GTA
"Some Chords" by deadmau5
"Right Here, Right Now (feat. Kylie Minogue)" by Giorgio Moroder
"Give It Up" by Knife Party
"Imperium" by Madeon
"Go (feat. Q-Tip)" by The Chemical Brothers
Horizon XS is about to bring you more epic rock tunes to listen while speeding at over 200 mph in your favorite car. Put the pedal to the metal and race to these songs at full volume!
"Bangs" by Brick + Mortar
"Hollow Moon (Bad Wolf)" by AWOLNATION
"Do I Wanna Know?" by Arctic Monkeys
"Rusty Cage" by Soundgarden
"stevie" by Kasabian
"Trainwreck 1979" by Death From Above 1979
"Asleep At The Wheel" by Band Of Skulls
"Howl" by Beware of Darkness
"Cobrastyle (feat. Mad Cobra)" by Teddybears
"Cannibal" by Silversun Pickups
The ethereal sounds of Radio Levante's classical have approached Monaco, with its beautiful selection of many legendary classical composers which may as well be the backdrop of your contemplations while the sun sets.
"Clair De Lune" by Claude Debussy
"The Four Seasons, Spring - 2nd Movement" by Antonio Vivaldi
"Also Sprach Zarathustra" by Richard Strauss
"Moonlight Sonata - 1st Movement" by Ludwig van Beethoven
"Hungarian Dance #5" by Johannes Brahms
"La Traviata - Act 1 Finale" by Giuseppe Verdi
"Nocturne in C-Sharp Minor" by Frederic Chopin
"Eine Kleine Nachtmusik 1 - Allegro" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
"Nutcracker Ballet Suite - Dance of the Mirlitons" by Pyotr Tchaikovsky
"Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Variation 18" by Sergei Rachmaninoff
HOSPITAL RECORDS RADIO
The drum and bass titans from London are back with a whole new batch of their music, which amongst d-n-b fans is truly stuff of legends.
"The Agony & The Ecstasy (feat. Selah Corbin)" by High Contrast
"All Night" by Camo & Krooked
"The Whistle Song (feat. Dynamite MC)" by Netsky
"Change of Direction" by Anile
"Metaphor 6000 (feat. Kool Keith)" by Nu:Tone
"Forest Fires (feat. Etherwood)" by Fred V & Grafix
"Ghosts" by Krakota
"Get On It (feat. Brookes Brothers)" by Danny Byrd
"Just One Second (feat. Elsa Esmeralda)" by London Elektricity
"As Sure As Sunrise (feat. Hugh Hardie)" by Logistics
INNOVATIVE LEISURE RADIO
The polyhedric sounds of LA's Innovative Leisure expands itself to Monaco, with more of their roster's exquisite work.
"You Rascal You" by Hanni El Khatib
"Sinking In The Sand" by Hanni El Khatib
"Bad Reputation" by Bass Drum of Death
"Shattered Me" by Bass Drum of Death
"I've Got To Make A Solid Statement (No More Likes and Ums)" by De Lux
"Sometimes Your Friends Are Not Your Friends" by De Lux
"A Fax From The Beach" by Classixx
"Hanging Gardens" by Classixx
"Busman's Holiday" by Allah-Las
"Safe" by Nosaj Thing
NINJA TUNE RADIO
Ninja Tune's vast repertoire gets even bigger with more of the high-quality output the legendary indie label has to offer.
"Kiara" by Bonobo
"Curse Me Good" by The Heavy
"Fools Rhythm" by Two Fingers
"Distorted Minds (feat. Juice Aleem)" by Hexstatic
"Diamond" by Lorn
"Window Out" by Raffertie
"Apocalypse (feat. Robin Hawkins)" by The Qemists
"Manalyze This!" by Wagon Christ
"Police $ign" by Pop Levi
"The Great Drive By" by Funki Porcini
The Cars of Velocity Coast
Velocity Coast brings a whopping 20 new cars to collect, customize and race, one of which is a barn find you'll have to search for. That's the largest number of vehicles in a single DLC in the entire Forza series since Motorsport 4's Porsche Expansion Pack! All of these are some of the rarest, most desired, and fastest monsters on the planet, and taming their performance is easier said than done.
2013 W Motors Lykan HyperSport (Hypercars)
When it comes to luxury, the Arabs are always one step ahead of everyone. The W Motors Lykan HyperSport is no exception, and perfectly combines beauty, prestige, and performance. It is the third most expensive production car of all time, with a price tag of eye-popping proportions: if you want one, you have to shell out $3.4 million. Powered by a 3.7 liter flat-6 engine with 740 brake horsepower, which can bring this car up to 394 kph/245 mph, and a 0-60 time of 2.8 seconds. If that wasn't enough, it is also the first car in the world to have diamonds in its headlights, and moreover, its client can choose which gemstones he/she wants to integrate, from rubies to sapphires to even more diamonds. Despite this considerable luxury, though, the car weighs barely more than 1 ton and a half, making it a surprisingly light and agile vehicle which, under the right hands, becomes a lethal weapon.
2004 Chrysler ME Four-Twelve (Hypercars)
A stupendous concept car made by Chrysler, the ME Four-Twelve is everything you expect from a bonafide hypercar. Powered by a feather-light quad-turbo V12 with 850 bhp, and with a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission, this furious all-American bludger has a 0-60 time of just 2.9 seconds, and a top speed of 400 kph/248 mph, just a little short of the original Bugatti Veyron. Also thanks to its ultralight chassis, it can cover a quarter mile in 10.6 seconds. Now this is a car you have to watch out for!
2014 Koenigsegg One:1 (Hypercars)
Presented at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, the One:1 not only is the crowner of Koenigsegg's short, yet successful history, but lives up to its name as well: it is the first car in the world to have a perfect 1:1 power-to-weight ratio, that is, 1360 PS (1341 bhp) and 1360 kg (2998 lbs). Its gurgling V8 produces 1000 kW, 1 megawatt, and this has led Koenigsegg to declare this car "the world's first megacar", and weighs just 197 kg/494 lb. All of this gives this car the ability to break the 450 kph barrier: it maxes out at 453 kph/282 mph, and arrives at 400 kph from a standstill in only 20 seconds. Racers beware: the One:1 has come to terrorize the Horizon Festival!
2011 SSC Tuatara (Hypercars)
This is possibly the nearest we ever got to an actual produced Batmobile. The SSC Tuatara, named after a New Zealander reptile whose name in Maori means "peaks on the back", is the successor to the record-breaking SSC Ultimate Aero, the one car which put the Bugatti Veyron's supremacy as the fastest road car in the world under serious doubt. Suffice to say SSC has pulled out all the stops to take the crown back: it is powered by a monstrous 6.9-litre twin turbo V8 which delivers 1350 bhp to the back wheels. Weighing also at a feather-light 2750 lb/1250 kg, this car can propel up to supposedly 444 kph/276 mph, with a 0-to-60 time of 2.3 seconds. All things aside, this car is a true devil under the guise of an angel.
2009 Zenvo ST1 (Hypercars)
The Danish answer to Sweden's Koenigsegg Agera, the Zenvo ST1 is powered by a mammoth turbo-and-supercharged 6.8-liter V8 which generates just over a thousand bhp, 1104 to be exact. With a 0-60 time of 3 seconds flat, and a top speed electronically limited to 375 kph/233 mph, this car is nothing to laugh at.
2015 Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus 003S (Hypercars)
The dream of many a racing enthusiast has been granted: the first ever mass-produced road-legal Le Mans Prototype is now here. The SCG 003S is a beast in limited edition made by the one brand piloted by James Glickenhaus, the person who commissioned Pininfarina the gorgeous Ferrari P4/5. All in all, the 003S is almost a twin brother to the track-only 003C: they share the same chassis, and also has a similar twin-turbo V6. Its specs are undisclosed, but we're more than sure on this vehicle's skull-crushing performance.
2013 Icona Vulcano (Hypercars)
If somebody says that Chinese products are always low-quality, show 'em this monstrous speeder to shut their mouths for good. Born in Shanghai, the Icona Vulcano is a tremendous concept hypercar made to battle against cars such as the McLaren P1 and the LaFerrari. Powered by a 950-bhp V12 engine, this car is said to break the 350 kph barrier and go from 0 to 200 kph in under 10 seconds. The engineers at Icona have also envisioned a second variant, powered by a 870-bhp hybrid V6, made to break records in the famed Nürburgring. May the power of the Eastern Dragons be with you and unleash this Far-Eastern leviathan on the streets of Monaco.
2007 RUF CTR3 (Hypercars)
Exactly 20 years after the legendary CTR Yellowbird, RUF has created another masterpiece, the CTR3. Despite sharing Porsche's body panels, it is the first car of the manufacturer to feature a home-designed body built on a dedicated platform, and adopts the mid-engine layout of the Porsche Cayman. Built in aluminium, steel, and kevlar-carbon, this car weighs 1375 kg/3031 lb, and with a 691 bhp 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged flat-6, this car reaches a top speed of 375 kph/233 mph and goes from 0 to 60 in 3.1 seconds.
2013 Jaguar C-X75 Prototype (Hypercars)
Following the successful presentation of the original C-X75 concept car in 2010, Jaguar released the final prototype of its hypercar in 2013. This car, created to rival the McLaren P1 and its likes, is a powered by a hybrid unit with over 850 bhp overall, and weighs at an average 1350 kg. What you see here is its faster, road-going version, which can achieve a 0-to-60 time of below 3 seconds and go over 220 mph. Unfortunately the project has been scrapped due to the ongoing economical world crisis, but fear not: the Horizon Festival managed to get a hold on this car, so don't waste your chance to throw its weight in Monaco!
2013 Aston Martin CC100 (GT Cars)
A beauty like this is seen once in a blue moon. The Aston Martin CC100 Speedster was created to celebrate the British manufacturer's centenary, and was sold only to its most loyal customers. Powered by a naturally-aspired, 6-liter V12 engine, this vehicle is a feather-light speedster meant to be the DBR1's spiritual successor. And with a 0-60 time of a smidge over 4 seconds and a limited top speed of 290 kph/180 mph, it's also a quick racer. Is this Aston Martin's finest work to date? We think so.
2015 Lamborghini Aventador LP750-4 SuperVeloce (Hypercars)
SuperVeloce is the name given by Lamborghini to the final, fastest incarnations of its cars. The Aventador wasn't left behind by the SV treatment, and was morphed into the unbelievable LP750-4. Easily the fastest production Lamborghini ever; its naturally-aspired V12 has been upgraded to produce 750 hp, just as many as the Veneno, and its power-to-weight ratio is of 2.03, a real achievement. With a 0-to-60 time of around 2.9 seconds and a top speed of well over 350 kph/217 mph, be assured, it is a real berserker.
2013 Mazzanti Evantra (Modern Supercars)
"Totally mindblowing" is the best way to describe the Mazzanti Evantra. Limited to a bespoke production of 5-per-year, the Evantra, named after the Etruscan goddess of immortality, is powered by a 7-liter V8 with a power output of an astonishing 700 bhp. Weighing in at just 1300 kg/2867 lbs, it's also extremely light. Equipped with a 6-speed manual or sequential gearbox, it goes up to over 350 kph/217 mph, and its radical, instantly recognizable lines are fruit of Luca Mazzanti, the mastermind behind this speeder, and Zsolt Tarnok. If you want to show off and make the competition bite your dust at the same time, this is the car for you.
2012 Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTS (Super GT)
Straight from the Netherlands, the Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTS is a car that has to be seen to be believed: for starters, its gull-wing doors expand themselves to the rear of the body, permitting maximum access to the cockpit. The car uses the Corvette's LS7 V8 engine, upgraded to produce 670 bhp. Its 0-60 time is 3.4 seconds, and reaches a top speed of 330 kph/205 mph. Get ready to have some fun in the sun while cruising through Monte Carlo with this one-of-a-kind supercar.
[NOTE: This car can be modified to look like its racing variant, the Savage Rivale GTR.]
2015 Arrinera Hussarya (Modern Supercars)
The first Polish supercar, the Arrinera Hussarya takes its name from the Hussar national cavalry. Its design is offspring of English designer Lee Noble, who also produced the car's chassis. The Hussarya is powered by a supercharged 6.2-liter V8, which produces a maximum power of 650 bhp. With a top speed of 340 kph/211 mph, and a 0-to-60 time of 3.2 seconds, Poland's off to a great start in the world of supercars.
2015 McLaren 675LT (Modern Supercars)
Take the 650S, give it major steroids, and you get the craziness known as the 675LT. The more track-bred version of the 12C's successor, the 675LT uses much more carbon fiber to give more stiffness to the chassis, and its already monstrous brakes are further powered by a special airbrake technology. Powered by the same V8 found in the 650S, but powered up to produce 675 bhp, this banging speedster goes from naught to 60 in less than 3 seconds, and has a claimed top speed of 210 mph. If that isn't mental to you... You just need to try it!
2014 Nissan GT-R Nismo (Modern Supercars)
Just when you thought you've seen the last of Godzilla... The folks at Nismo have upgraded it to its final, most devastating form. The GT-R Nismo, with a time of 7'08''679, is the fastest road-going vehicle to plow through the Nürburgring. Its 3.8-liter VR38DETT V6 engine has been powered up to an apocalyptic 600 bhp, all helped by GT3-spec turbochargers. While the original top speed of 190 mph hasn't been changed, it's totally obvious that this car will outright slay the competition, all with its V6's feral roar which instills fear into everyone.
2013 Radical RXC (Extreme Track Toys)
One of the most brutal track toys to be ever produced, if not THE most brutal, the RXC is Radical Sportscars's first car with a fully enclosed cockpit. This little beast's engine is a Ford 3.7-liter V6 tuned to produce 380 bhp, and its aerodynamics are taken from the SR9 LMP2, making this car possibly the closest we ever got to a road-legal Le Mans Prototype. Top speed is 282 kph/175 mph, and 0-to-60 time is 2.8 seconds. Fasten your seatbelt: you're in for a wild ride.
2011 Caterham SP/300.R (Extreme Track Toys)
One of Caterham Cars's best products, the SP/300.R is a true driver's racecar. At just 545 kg/1202 lb, it is extremely light, and lightness and agility are just a few of Caterham's shibboleth. This car uses as engine a supercharged Ford flat-4 engine which produces 305 bhp. All this creates a lightning-fast vehicle: from a standstill, it arrives at 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds, and has an incredible top speed of 290 kph/180 mph. Get ready to see this car in front of yours most of the time.
2013 VUHL 05 (Extreme Track Toys)
Mexico has also joined the great supercar kingdom with the VUHL 05, a fast and furious track-day car. Curb weight is - drum roll - 725 kg. Yes, it is one of the lightest road-legal cars in the world, so don't expect to find an air conditioner or similar stuff. Its engine is a Ford EcoBoost inline-4 with 285 bhp; this gives this car the ability to go up to 245 kph, and go from a dead stop to 60 mph in way under 4 seconds. All said, the VUHL 05 is something to truly covet for if you love a good thrill from time to time.
1971 De Tomaso Pantera (Rare Classics, barn find)
The De Tomaso Pantera was certainly the sleeper hit among the supercars of the Seventies. It continued production until 1993, for 22 years in total. What you see here is its original version from 1971, powered by a 5.8-liter V8 engine which was initially said to produce 330 bhp, but it actually produced 50 more, with a total of 380. It was able to reach a notable 256 kph/159 mph, making it one of the fastest road cars at its time. Production was discontinued in 1993 following 7260 produced models, but it gained some popularity among vintage car enthusiasts in recent times.
All in all, Velocity Coast is the heaven of all speed freaks on Earth. This expansion pack will give you the goosebumps in just a few seconds due to its sheer adrenaline factor. Are you ready?
Y'know, someone should send this to Playground! X)
J'aime cette voiture Pack
Citroen DS23 Pallas
Citroen XM v6
Renault avantime v6
And the free car of the pack, the Peugeot 304 cabriolet
Great music choices in addition to the cars and tracks.
The "Meet Skython's Demands" DLC Pack.
1961 Dodge Dart Phoenix
Either a 1966 or 1967 Chevrolet El Camino (though if they added an El Camino, it would probably be the 1970, which I'm not quite as obsessed with. )
1969 Holden Monaro HT 350 GTS
1973 Ford Falcon XB (because they already have it in FM5, so why not FH2?)
And to completely confuse everyone, because until this point everything has been American, and Australian muscle cars...
1971 Mercedes 300 SEL
Visual modifications allow you to turn it into this.
Free bonus car: TVR Tamora
Because making the free car something that will appeal to only an extremely small amount of players is a good idea.
The reason I believe this DLC is a good idea is because it will stop me burning your house to the ground! But really, I don't actually expect a single one of these cars to ever come into Forza, well the SEL has been in FM4, the Falcon has been in FM5, and there is a 1970 El Camino in FM5. But other than that! Yeah.
My 5 car pack would be as follows:
2015 Ariel Nomad
I know its only been unveiled but it needs to be in the game ASAP,
can you imagine how much fun it would be on Storm Island?
2012 Gumpert Apollo
Always loved this car.
1926 Bugatti Type 35
One of the most successful racing cars of all time.
2013 BAC Mono
Possibly the craziest car of this type?
2010 Bentley Brooklands R
Because we need more giant coupes going sideways.
@Xilor, since you've only got 5 cars in your set, might I suggest the Morgan 3-Wheeler to finish it off?
Here is my go at a car pack.
The [Insert month here][Insert sponsor here] car pack.
2012 Hulme F1
1969 Alfa Romeo 1750 Spider Veloce
1968 Saab 96
1984 Nissan 240RS
1948 Citroen 2CV
And the free car is a 1983 Fiat 126
My car pack would have to be an American Muscle pack
1969 Chevrolet Yenko Chevelle
1970 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 454
1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 429 Super Cobra Jet
1964 Ford Thunderbolt
1970 Plymouth GTX
1999 Shelby Series 1 Supercharged (Free Car)
That's a pretty great idea. Heck if we could find a worthy substitute for the Gumpert, we could have a pretty awesome and realistic Britcar pack.
How about the Bristol Fighter T? 1012 hp from a turbocharged Viper 10.
Tatra 603, 1956-1963, RR 2,545cc air-cooled V8
NSU Ro-80, 1967-1977, FF 2 x 497.5 cc two-rotor rotary engine
Facel-Vega Excellence, 1958-1964, FR 5.9, 6.3, or 6.4 liter Chrysler V8
Borgward Hansa 2400, 1952-1959, FR 2337cc inline-6
Austin 3-Litre, 1968-1971, FR 2912cc inline-6
Lagonda Rapide, 1961-1964, FR 3995 inline-6
Three of those were found in a barn 20 years ago, would be a fun in-game find
May I ask a question, how big are the car packs (Download size)?
I think they are downloaded as an update (on X1 at least) and then when you're on the game the cars are just available to whoever owns the DLC. I'm not sure on the update sizes but I think they're around 400MB.
Thanks for the answer.
Here is another DLC pack to make this post meaningful.
The Old timer car pack. The car pack is free and players with the VIP car pack will automatically receive the cars.
1931 Bentley 8 Liter
1927 Bugatti Royale
1917 Ford Model T
1933 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza
1928 Mercedes-Benz SSK
1927 Bentley Blower
It's hard to imagine all those vintage cars bouncing around on Storm Island but +1 for style.
I picked these cars because it is the exact opposite of what the average Forza player wants.
Classic Sports Racers
It would appear someone at T10 really likes their classic sports/racers from the 1950s and early 1960s, and that makes me happy. Here are a few more.
@Populuxe Cowboy Oh, dude! Having that Cunningham would be epic! I don't think any game has ever had it, not even as a mod for the PC simulations.
The Beauty of Coachbuilt Cars
1932 Voisin C23 Berline by Gangloff
1938 Talbot Lago T150C SS Teardrop by Figoni et Falaschi
1932 Bucciali TAV 8 V12 Fleche d'Or Berline by Saoutchik
1937 Delahaye 145 Coupe by Chapron
1936 Delage D8-120S Aerosport Coupe by Letourneur et Marchand
This is the free car, and you get extra photos because of my god it's so beautiful.
1938 Peugeot 402 Darl'Mat Coupe by Pourtout
Because my last post didn't have any Bugattis in it.
1925 Bugatti Type 25
1928 Bugatti Type 38, body by Murphy, the only American bodied Bugatti ever made.
1930 Bugatti Type 50
1932 Bugatti Type 41 2-door sedan by Kellner
1938 Bugatti Type 57 Atlantic
1952 Bugatti Type 101 Antem coupe
A bunch of Asphalt 8 car packs. I have no idea how to upload pictures, so don't critisise me.
Pack I: "New Racer" cars: A car pack for new drivers. Mostly everyday cars.
2013 Dodge Dart GT
2013 Audi R8 e-tron
2013 Cadillac ATS
2013 Cadillac XTS
2014 Ford F-150
2013 MINI Cooper S Roadster
Pack II: "Beginning" Cars: Some cars of lower performance, but still fast.
2013 Alfa Romeo MiTo GTA
2013 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Electric Drive
2015 Renault DeZir Concept
2010 Audi TTS Coupe
2013 Chevrolet Camaro GS
1986 Ferrari 308 GTS
Pack III: "Intermediate" Cars: With increasing power, can you handle the speed?
2013 Citroen Survolt Concept
2011 Aston Martin DB9 Coupe
2013 Infiniti FX50
2013 Lotus Evora Enduro GT
2012 Audi RS 4 Avant
2011 Bentley Continental GT V8
Pack IV: "Performance" Cars: Some of these cars can exceed 200 miles per hour.
1988 Ferrari Testarossa
2015 Felino CB7
2008 Mazda Furai
2012 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe Race Car
2005 Ferrari F430
2009 Dodge Viper ACR-X
Pack V: "Advanced" Cars: Don't be fooled by some of these looks.
2012 Marussia B2
2014 Mercedes-Benz Biome Concept
2015 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Coupe Final Edition
2012 Spada Codatronca TS
2009 Ferrari 599XX
1998 Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR AMG
Pack VI: "Super" Cars: Fast, furious, and oh-so spetacular.
2009 Pagani Zonda R
2015 Rimac Concept One
2015 Arrinera Hussarya
2010 Lamborghini Sesto Elemto
2014 Savage Rivale Roadyacht GTS
2015 Lucra L148
Pack VII: "Expert" Cars: You're not going to see these beasts on the road likely.
2013 Spania GTA Spano
2010 Ferrari FF
2014 Jaguar C-X75
2011 RUF CTR3
2009 Ferrari FXX Evoluzione
2015 Nissan GT-R NISMO
Pack VIII: "Hyper" Cars: These cars are among the most sophisicated in the planet.
2014 Savage Rivale
2001 Volkswagen W12
2012 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse
2015 a.d. Tramontana XTR
2013 Mercedes-Benz Silver Lightning
2012 Koenigsegg Agera R
Pack IX: "The Exclusives": This will be your only chance to drive them, or even have a brief glimpse!
2013 W Motors Lykan Hypersport
2012 SSC Tuatara
2004 Chrysler ME412
2014 SSC Ultimate Aero XT
2014 Koenigsegg One:1
2015 9ff GT-9 Vmax
I'm a big fan of small, light cars; so my pack would look like this:
Peugeot 205 GTi
Citroen DS3 Racing
Smart Roadster Brabus
2015 Honda Civic Type R
Volvo C30 Polestar
Bonus car, would be awesome if they set it up to be a new barn find: Citroen 2CV
IMO, Asphalt 8 has one of the best car rosters in the history of racing games, with all those truly tempting supercars; I really want to get my hands on these vehicles, especially the Biome (which I heard becomes an outright game-breaker when fully upgraded), the Felino, the Savage Rivale GTR, and the One:1.
WARNING: Rant is about to begin.
Unfortunately the things that ruin the game are its horrible economy - how horrible, you ask? Think pre-economy update Forza 5: you are preposterously underpaid for each race (only 5k for the final races? Really?!) and the cars cost a fortune, let alone fully upgrading them! - and its disgustingly obscene use of micro-transactions - some cars can only be bought with real-life money! THAT'S JUST NASTY, MAN!!! Come on, Gameloft, you can do better than this: I completed Asphalt 7 twice without any stinking micro-transactions, and Asphalt 8? I can't even afford to buy a goddamn A-Class car because the race payouts are so effing poor!
Whoo... Sorry for this rant, guys, I honestly didn't want to do it. But this kind of in-game economy is the reason I'm desperately trying to hack Asphalt 8 for unlimited credits and tokens! Unfortunately I've had little to no success up to this moment, unlike with Real Racing 3, which also suffers of similar economy problems. Gameloft should absolutely take some lessons from Playground in terms of in-game economy for Asphalt 9.
I still think Asphalt 8 is a genuinely good game, nonetheless, and it's mostly thanks to its awesome gameplay and also its surprisingly gorgeous graphics despite being a mobile game. Playground can, or better must definitely make DLC cars out of some of Asphalt 8's vehicles. Not only that, did anyone notice that the tracklist in FH2's Hospital Records Radio would make a great fit with Asphalt 8?
Group C LeMans racing pack:
1. Toyota Minolta 88CV
2. Mercedes Benze Sauber C9
3. Mazda 787B
4. Nissan R92CP
5. Porsche 962
6. Porsche 956
Those are the very last kind of cars you'd expect in Horizon, but hey, you get my thumbs-up for the creativity and the raw performance!
Here is a second pack I've thought of. It isn't an expansion pack per-se like Velocity Coast but adds a whole new radio station to the game.
Trailer song: Aero Chord - "Break Them (feat. Anna Yvette)"
Forza Horizon 2 x Monstercat
You wanted it, you got it. Forza Horizon 2 finally brings you the catalogue of elite Canadian EDM label Monstercat for all your racing needs, with the brand new themed radio station "Monstercat Radio". This radio station is added for free in a new game update, so everyone can enjoy these new songs right off the bat without any additional cost.
Founded in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 2011, Monstercat, with its revolutionary ways of managing, has reshaped the way we think of music labels. The label signs artists for single releases only, which lets them have complete creative control over themselves, and releases new bangers every few days. With over 20 albums and well over 450 songs under its belt, Monstercat in just a few years has become easily one of EDM's top labels, and now joins Hospital Records, Ninja Tune and Innovative Leisure as one of the music labels to have its themed radio station in Horizon 2.
Here is the tracklist for Monstercat Radio:
"What I've Waited For (feat. D. Brown)" by Vicetone
"Snowblind (feat. Tasha Baxter)" by Au5
"Boundaries" by Droptek
"We Love" by Rameses B
"Here It Comes" by Pegboard Nerds
"Insight" by Haywyre
"Mirai Sekai, Pt. 3: Aeon Metropolis" by Varien & 7 Minutes Dead
"Taking Over (feat. Cassandra Kay) (Grabbitz Remix)" by Favright
"Dads in Space" by Stephen Walking
"Messiah" by Laszlo
"Parallax" by Direct
"Growing Up (feat. Openwater)" by Mr FijiWiji
"Surface" by Aero Chord
"Stronger (feat. EMEL)" by Stonebank
"Keep On Rocking" by F.O.O.L
"Quantum (Virtual Riot Remix)" by Astronaut
"Contact" by Fractal
"Breakdown VIP" by Noisestorm
"Skybreaker" by Razihel
"Fugitive" by Case & Point
"Atlantic" by Rogue
"Saviors" by Hellberg
"Halo" by Eminence
"Shake It Off (feat. Jeff Sontag)" by Rezonate
"My Friend" by Tristam
Moreover, 6 new cars have been also made available to buy in a new DLC, the "Monstercat Booster Pack". Available always for your typical $5 U.S. on the Xbox Live Store or through the Forza Hub app for Xbox One, this pack is also contained in the Car Pass. As a result, if you are a Car Pass owner, you will get these 6 cars with no additional cost whatsoever.
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2015 Felino cB7 (Extreme Track Toys)
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@nick98 Loving the ad copy.