Forza Motorsport 7 Specialty Dealer Brings Back the WRX, Titan, and Reventon

Forza Motorsport 7 23 April 13, 2018 by

Earlier this week, Forza 7’s Specialty Dealer saw an update to its weekly offerings. As many suspected, the trio is a familiar one. Nonetheless, with a recycled lineup onboard, let’s take a closer look at what’s up for grabs.

This week the attention is back on week six’s lineup, which for those that may have forgotten, is as follows:

Specialty Dealer Lineup: April 10

  • 2008 Lamborghini Reventón (Legendary +1,760; 1,035,000 Cr)
  • 2016 Nissan TITAN Warrior Concept (Common +94; 53,475 Cr)
  • 2005 Subaru Impreza WRX STi (Common +77; 46,000 Cr)

First up is the limited-run Lamborghini Reventon. Arriving on the scene in 2007, its unique styling looks straight out of a science fiction novel. Inspired by jet fighters through and through, it kicked off the Raging Bull’s current design language. A 6.5-liter screaming V12 compliments its good looks, sending 650hp to all four wheels. Did we mention its top speed of 221mph?

First seen in 2015, Nissan’s full-size pickup is unknown territory for the manufacturer. A 5.0-liter V8 turbodiesel making 310hp propels the aggressively-styled Titan Warrior. While not a track vehicle at heart, it won’t shy away from a challenge. Of course, there are upgrades capable of turning the Titan into more of a monster than it already is.

The Impreza WRX needs little introduction. A rally racer at its core, it offers a level of versatility neither the Lambo nor Nissan can match. With 300hp going to all four wheels, the mighty Subaru can go head-on with anything and be a credible threat. You may not be able to play to its strengths on a gravel track, but it won’t miss a beat on asphalt either.

This week’s cars will remain for the next four days, plenty of time to pick up anything you may have missed. You’ll need 1,134,475 credits for the full sweep, so get a move on.

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