Here is a third pack, correlated with Velocity Coast. It is the "Velocity Coast Booster Pack" and adds 6 new vehicles to the game. Like all Booster Packs in Motorsport 5, it comes at $5 and is free for Car Pass Owners. It is also available in a bundle with Velocity Coast for a discounted price. Trailer song: Peking Duk ft. Nicole Millar - "High" 2012 Peugeot Onyx (Hypercars) Raw and refined at the same time, the Peugeot Onyx is the newest concept supercar made by the French manufacturer, and rightfully earned its place as one of the most astounding concept cars of the 21st century, even becoming something of a prophet for our newest generation of hypercars. The thing that makes this car truly unreal is its disturbingly light yet rock-solid chassis, which consists of only 12 parts to maximize lightness. Powered by a hybrid V8, the first hybrid unit ever installed in a hypercar, which lets loose 600 crazy horses, this car looks fast and surely won't let you down. 2013 Renault Twin'Run (Hot Hatch, free car) "Compact, potent, playful". These are the best words to describe this adorable yet mischievous hot hatch, the Renault Twin'Run. It looks innocent but bites really hard: its V6 comes from Renault's other road cars such as the Laguna and the Espace, and delivers a mind-boggling 320 bhp. The chassis is also just as light, if not lighter than it looks, being crafted with the expertise Renault has used in professional racing. All this creates a speedy little pest: 0-to-60 time is 4.5 seconds and top speed is around 250 kph. This car pretty much proves that even the cutest hot hatch can whoop your derriere if you aren't careful enough. 2008 Lamborghini Reventón (Modern Supercars) (From its Forza Motorsport 5 profile) From the jet exhaust-aping hindquarters to the “all-glass” aircraft-style LCD cockpit instrumentation, and from all the knife-edged creasing on the bodywork to the massive centre-exit exhaust, you might think the Lamborghini Reventón is trying to mimic a stealth fighter. You’d be correct – the direct inspiration for this exclusive Murcielago variant was the F-22A Raptor, an advanced jet with stealth capabilities. But the Reventón is far more exclusive – eight times as many F-22As exist than Reventóns; only 20 would be delivered to Lamborghini’s most prized customers. Constructed almost exclusively in the woven carbon stuff, and sporting a blueprinted version of the Murcielago’s massive 6.5-litre V12, its 211 mph top speed is as close to flying a jet as you can come without leaving the ground. 1995 McLaren F1 LM (Retro Supercars) The ultimate form of the ultimate road car, the McLaren F1 LM has been created to celebrate the F1's victory at Le Mans, and is basically a road-going version of the McLaren F1 GTR. Only built in 5 copies all in Bruce McLaren's signature color, Papaya Orange, the LM features the GTR's monstrous 668-bhp V12, only without air restrictors to further squeeze more horsepower out of it. Weighing barely more than a ton, this car, albeit reaching a lower top end speed than the original F1, is much more performant than its road-going cousin. In other words... If you see this car in a race, you're doomed to fail. 2001 Volkswagen W12 Nardò (Modern Supercars) When in 1997 Volkswagen released its first true supercar, the W12 Syncro, the world widened its eyes. It looked simple and unassuming, but its W12 power-plant meant real business. Then in 2001 arrived the fastest version of the W12, titled W12 Nardò. Its denomination comes from the famous Italian circular test track where this car took the world record for all speed classes in a 24-hour endurance test. The W12 Nardò is powered by the same W12 found in the Syncro, but powered up to have 591 bhp. Weighing just 1200 kg, this flyweight can go up to 60 mph from a standstill in 3.5 seconds, and has a top speed of 357 kph/222 mph, making it one of the fastest concept cars in the world. 2013 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Coupé Black Series (Super GT) Inspired by its GT3 cousin, the SLS Black Series is a marvelous mix of beauty, technology and performance. Powered by a V8 with well over 630 bhp, the SLS's ultimate edition can easily outpace its peers with its signature Germanic scream, going up to 196 mph of top speed and a 0-to-60 time of 3.6 seconds. Like all Black Series silver arrows, don't expect this car to go easy on you. At all.