Forza Motorsport 7 Specialty Dealer Brings Back the Aventador, Silvia, and GT3 RS 4.0

Forza Motorsport 7 12 April 4, 2018 by

The latest update to Forza 7’s Specialty Dealer has shuffled its stock once again. As we’ve no doubt come to expect, the repeats continue unabated.

Here’s what await in this weeks lineup, a carbon copy of the game’s week five offerings:

Specialty Dealer Update: April 3

  • 2012 Lamborghini Aventador (Super Rare +902; 523,250cr)
  • 1994 Nissan Silvia K (Common +77; 44,850cr)
  • 2012 Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0 (Rare +457; 264,500cr)

Should things continue as they are, it will be another two weeks until the Huayra reappears. The hyper Pagani is the first of five new vehicles set to make their second appearance.

Those fatigued of the all-too-familiar scenery will take solace in knowing a DLC is on the way. Available next Tuesday, the car pack will breathe life into the game with seven new vehicles. One of those vehicles appears to be Nissan’s GTP ZX-Turbo GT racer.

Until then, players have until next week’s reset to take a swing as this week’s stock. If you missed out before, there’s plenty of variety available. Whether you fancy blistering speeds in the Aventador, surgical precision with the GT3 RS, or a bit of tail-end fun with Silvia, it’s all here.

You’ll need 832,600 credits for a full sweep, a bargain compared to last week’s total.

Featured image by GTDNick72.

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