Forza Motorsport 6 “Turn 10 Select” Car Pack Stars the Big & the Small

Turn 10 has just revealed the latest car pack for its 2015 sim racing title, and it’s easily one of the strangest the game has seen. As you can see in the video above, the full gamut is on display, with a new “entry-level” supercar taking pride of place in front of a collection of racing vehicles and two older road-going models. One of these – the BMW Isetta – is one of the smallest cars found in the game, while the youngest racer in the pack introduces European Racing Trucks to Forza. The full break down:

  • 2014 Jaguar #14 Emil Frey GT3 Jaguar XK
  • 2015 Mercedes-Benz #24 Tankpool24 Racing Truck
  • 2014 Chevrolet #4 ROAL Motorsport RML Cruze TC1 WTCC
  • 1980 Fiat 124 Sport Spider
  • 2015 McLaren 570S Coupé
  • 1969 Ford Brawner Hawk III
  • 1957 BMW Isetta 300 Export

In addition to the new pack, the game will be receiving a content update in preparation for the previously-announced Forza Racing Championship. Improvements have been made to Monza, Catalunya, and COTA to better distinguish if a lap time is dirty or not.

The press release confirms more content updates are on the way, with another earmarked for August. Turn 10 states that the FRC commitment will stretch into the “months to come”, suggesting the game will receive support even after the open-world Horizon 3 launches this September. For those that prefer Motorsport’s more sim-oriented physics, this should come as good news.

The pack will be available in a few hours on the XBL Marketplace for the usual $7. Cars will also be available for individual download as well for those interested.

We’ve got a brief rundown of the vehicles included below, as well as a light-hearted video Turn 10 released starring the two most unusual additions:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pz8IWB11MQE

BMW’s take on the Isetta “bubble car” saw the German engineers drop a single-cylinder bike engine into the car. Making a minuscule 13hp in this Export edition, the Isetta also gained US-approved bumpers and headlights around its huge, single front-facing door. It will claim a notable title in FM6: lowest-horsepower car.

The other classic road car in the pack – the 1980 Fiat 124 Sport Spider – seems a pretty obvious choice in the face of the oddball BMW. While the nameplate has recently resurfaced on the back of a rebodied Mazda, the last 124 was a car that enjoyed huge success on the road and the track over its nearly two-decade production run.

Wrapping up the road car additions is the latest new McLaren model, the 570S. Despite being the brand’s lowest-priced model, it still packs a punch from that family 3.8L turbo V8.

FM6-2014-Jaguar-14-Emil-Frey-GT3-Jaguar-XK
The bespoke Emil Frey Jaguar GT3 was a popular guess based on the pack’s earlier clues.

Over to the racing cars, touring car enthusiasts will be keen to take the dominant Chevy Cruze WTCC for a spin, presented here in 2014 #4 ROAL Motorsport RML Cruze TC1 spec. Finally, the Civics of the same vintage already found in the base game will have competition from the same series, instead of mixing with various BTCC machines.

The open-wheel racing contingent is represented by Mario Andretti’s 1969 Indy 500 winner, the Brawner Hawk III. Its can-do spirit is shared with the 2014 Emil Frey Jaguar XK GT3, a ground-up custom built by the Swiss team to compete against all of the factory-designed GT3 cars that otherwise make up the typical Blancpain Endurance grids.

Last but certainly not least, the 2015 Mercedes-Benz #24 Tankpool24 Racing Truck. Boasting over 1000hp, it’s sure to provide a unique experience to Forza players. Members of our community familiar with the European Truck Simulator series will undoubtedly feel at home behind the wheel, though.

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Comments (46)

  1. HarVee

    This is what PDI need do. Go wacky, with interesting vehicles, but in a realistic way. None of the VGT nonsense.

  2. Johnnypenso

    T10 is really knocking it out of the park. The unquestionable king of car variety and sheer volume.

  3. bloodyboyblue

    The gap between Forza’s car list and everyone else grows larger. Glad someone is still thinking of the people who don’t want to just drive boring race cars and supercars in a sim-ish racing game.

  4. StigBelcherStyl

    Quote: (Wrapping up the road car additions is the latest new McLaren model, the 570S. Despite being the brand’s lowest-priced model) Not true the Mclaren 540c is the current lowest price and powered model available

  5. bluelightning

    Another great car pack. My son loves the Isetta (and racing trucks) so he just went nuts when I told him. More father-son bonding coming up I think!

  6. BrunetPaquet

    I think this one of their best DLCs yet. Gonna try the Racing Truck, managed to make the brake distance pretty short for a thing like that.

  7. Fat Tyre

    The Isetta has got to be the cutest car I’ve ever driven in any racing game. It just puts a smile on your face, the truck as well is also so fun to drive. Best pack so far for me, Great job Turn 10 always under promising and over delivering!

  8. Ben Rogue

    Nice selection, has some real variety! I wish PD would do DLC like this, or at least keep to the original GT formula and not take itself too seriously. Miss all the crazy cars from GT1 & GT2, as well as all the regular cars, bring them back PD!

    1. Cobra2245

      There’s no hope left in GT!

      This is some neat stuff. I would’ve never thought that I’d see a truck in a racing game.

  9. dualshock

    Another eclectic selection that reinforces Forzas ‘Best Garage’ title even more, Great to see one of the more exotic Fiat’s (how about a Dino!) Love the bubble car and that Indy car looks well good, That racing truck is awesome, but only because it is a race version, if it was standard it would be just the usual Euro blandness they have been for decades now….when it comes to lorries it’s got to be American or old British for me (That Peterbilt from Dual for instance) but as they’ve added it it just makes me think that maybe it’s time they went completely mad and added a…..BIKE!

    1. dualshock

      Whoops!…..Yes they did and I got it when the pack came out…..don’t know what I was thinking about there then!

  10. FosterG

    That truck is almost to big for Forzavista, lol, but I like it. Also like the itty bitty BMW, 570 is nice too.

  11. Octopuss_911

    Belive it or not, hade it or love it, Forza is already way better than GTSport will ever become. I’m pretty jealous because of this DLC specially the Truck is for sure worth it!
    Polyphony had many fans and only the hardcore are still there. Sadly don’t own a Xbox One, but this is a must have if you own Forza 6.

    1. SavageEvil

      Online is a wild west shootout, unless you league race. Forza’s problem is it has no sort of penalty in the base online presentation so it’s irritating when kids get on and crash or you get those try hards who hate to lose and will pretend to miss their brake point to push you off the road just to get ahead.
      Your absurd judgement about a Truck somehow making Forza 6 better than a game that you haven’t played is made even more absurd by the fact you haven’t even played the game in question. Comedy gold this comment.

    2. ImaRobot

      The real gold is the twisted panties. He hasn’t played either game so far if you would have bothered to read. He’s going off what he sees from both game, and so far one is appealing more to him than the other.

      Also, online is pretty bad in pretty much all console racing games lol.

    3. Octopuss_911

      In which part I mentioned I didn’t played Forza 6? You just spread hate. Sad GT community here, feels in every comment which is not glorifing GT attacked, may not everyone.
      And in which online race you don’t have these trolls who try to destroy the game for everyone?
      Why is it absurd to make a game enjoyable even for someone who likes big vehicles on the track like a truck? Only because you don’t like it doesn’t mean this game is bad!

    4. Obelisk

      Octupuss, have you owned either game? Or played either game? That’s what people are having an issue with.

      Your “Don’t own an xbox one” comment tells me you haven’t actually played any of Forza 6. And GT:S isn’t even out yet. So your subjective viewpoint is on weak ground at best.

    5. ImaRobot

      That where it becomes a non-issue Obelisk, not the other way around.. He hasn’t played either, so from what he see’s, one is appealing to him more than the other. It will become an issue when he has played one and not the other. Its a perfectly understandable viewpoint, as he is on the outside looking in, going off information available from both outlets.

    6. ImaRobot

      His viewpoint on it beating GTS is really premature, but it looks like he’s going off the balance of vehicles rather than outright gameplay and focus. Those two items can be discussed at this point.

    1. SavageEvil

      Not sure if you’re serious!?! Is there some large body that follow truck racing somewhere no one knows about?

      @Foxiol common sense?!? How does not having a racing Semi in GT equate to lack of common sense? Does including rally cars without a Rally/Off-Road circuit fall under common sense?

    2. Johnnypenso

      “Is there some large body that follow truck racing somewhere no one knows about?” Is there some body that follows VGT racing somewhere no one knows about? Oh wait… FYI, Truck Racing is FIA sanctioned and quite a big deal in Europe.

    3. CarBastard

      Not having a racing semi in GT equates to lack of common sense because it’s common sense to satisfy the desires of your multimillion-dolar worth customer base. Customers want variety, you want to please your customers. You don’t please your customers, you don’t get their money.

      See? Common sense right there. A concept completely unknown to Mr. Yamauchi & Co.

    1. Leggacy

      They’re massive, fast and look ******* dangerous.
      What’s there to understand?
      They should do a mad max livery with spikes a flamethrowers

  12. fporto_br

    Just a small correction: the BMW Isetta 300 Export is not exactly a three-wheeler as stated in the article. This model has four wheels instead of three. The rear axle is extremely short, making it look like a three-wheeler, but you can clearly see it is not in the “Best Buddies” video.

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