Back in the early spring of 2015, Forza Horizon 2 had a tie-in car pack (and spin-off, standalone mini-game) with a little movie titled Furious 7. You may have heard of it: not only did it break the record for shortest time for a film to break the $1 billion dollar worldwide gross mark (17 days), it’s gone on to be the second highest-grossing movie of the year. A serious force, then.
That pack contained cars exclusively from the newest installment of the franchise, such as the 900bhp Charger made (in)famous by Vin Diesel’s character Dom Toretto, Paul Walker’s personal Supra, a Maserati Ghibli driven by Jason Statham’s villian character, and others. Curiously, a few months later, it was announced that Forza Motorsport 6 would also contain a Fast & Furious car pack, arriving on launch day.
The small change in title proved to be intentional, as the 10-car pack brought a variety of cars spanning the entire movie heptalogy, in the same designs they were shown with on-screen. Those 10 cars are now arriving Forza Horizon 2, seen in the FM6 trailer below:
While some of these vehicles arguably make more sense in the more casual title (the gigantic Gurkha and off-road-ready Charger in particular), there is an unusual issue present in the pack. None of these Fast & Furious Edition cars are paintable, other than their rims. This is strange, as such restrictions aren’t in place in the Motorsport title.
If you’ve been wanting to live your life a quarter mile at a time, around Southern European locales, the pack is available from the XBox Marketplace for $10.