More Free Cars on the Way for Forza Motorsport 7; Car Pass Gets Extended

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Not to mention the RC-F GT3 has been spotted a while back in the game files, so it's a possibility. A small one, but a possibility nonetheless.
 
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Not to mention the RC-F GT3 has been spotted a while back in the game files, so it's a possibility. A small one, but a possibility nonetheless.

I also wonder what will happen if the next Fast & Furious movie would include a tuned up Toyota or Lexus road car. Since Turn 10 / PG always seem to get a partnership with that franchise going. :)
 
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I also wonder what will happen if the next Fast & Furious movie would include a tuned up Toyota or Lexus road car. Since Turn 10 / PG always seem to get a partnership with that franchise going. :)

I would guess they would be able to sneak in through the same loophole the Arctic Trucks Hilux and Land Cruiser do: Modified vehicles that happen to be Toyota-based.
 
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I would guess they would be able to sneak in through the same loophole the Arctic Trucks Hilux and Land Cruiser do: Modified vehicles that happen to be Toyota-based.

The trucks (and the NASCAR) are different since they are not Toyota cars / sports cars, which is where the problem situates as I understood it correctly.

Still the FJ45 that was in FH3 wasn't in FM7 anymore either so I assume it applies to "normal" offroad vehicles as well.
 
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I know All American Racers is a seperate entity from Toyota that can license stuff seperately(The Eagle-Weslake F1 car is a good example)

Nascar owns the license to all the cars so that is how the Nascar Camrys are allowed.

Arctic Trucks is a seprate tuner company(I guess) that can license seperately.

Not sure how the trophy truck works but I bet it falls under the same rules.

Turn 10 found loopholes around having to go to Toyota for licensing. It's weird but as a long time Rock Band player, the quote "Licensing Is Hard" is very familiar to me.
 
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Turn 10 found loopholes around having to go to Toyota for licensing. It's weird but as a long time Rock Band player, the quote "Licensing Is Hard" is very familiar to me.
As far as I remember, it was stated that production vehicles specifically weren't going to be in. Although, I can't really find anything on that at the moment.
 
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As far as I remember, it was stated that production vehicles specifically weren't going to be in. Although, I can't really find anything on that at the moment.

That is what was said in the announcement but the lack of the Gt-One and the Avensis Touring Car suggest some sort of secondary licensing work around.