Forza Motorsport 7 Specialty Dealer: No Repeats Here; Three All-New Vehicles Arrive

Forza Motorsport 7 2 May 23, 2018 by

The Specialty Dealer in Forza 7 has seen its weekly refresh, right on schedule. Unlike previous lineups, this week is a surprise. Players won’t find a mirrored lineup of any week prior; instead, this week is all-new.

That’s right: Turn 10 has broken the trend of repeat Specialty Dealer lineups. Your eyes aren’t fooling you. The cycle won’t begin again from week one either. No, this week three new cars are up for grabs.

If you’re on the lookout for power and style, this week’s offerings will serve you well. Coming in at under one million credits, all three are cheaper than last week’s but still cost a pretty penny. Let’s take a closer look at the offers on the showroom floor.

Specialty Dealer Update: May 22

  • 2012 Aston Martin V12 Zagato (Super Rare +732; 425,500 cr)
  • 1972 Chrysler VH Valiant Charger R/T E49 (Common +66; 39,100 cr)
  • 2010 Ferrari 599 GTO (Super Rare +902; 523,250 cr)

Up first is the Aston Martin V12 Zagato. Designed the celebrate Aston’s fifty-year partnership with Zagato, the V12 is impressive. Designed at its studio in Gaydon, England, the Zagato borrows its platform from the V12 Vantage. Powered by a 5.9-liter V12 (hence its name) the Zagato puts down 511hp to its rear wheels.

There’s no mistaking its track focus: look no further than the front and rear aero as proof of that. It will take off to 60mph in 4.2 seconds, and will go on to a top speed of 190mph. It’s the perfect mixture of daring and finesse — balanced, as all things should be.

Next up is the Chrysler VH Valiant Charger R/T E49. Limited to 149 models, the Valiant is something special. While appearing under the American flag, this Charger is Australian to its core. The E49 is the fastest of all the Valiant models but unlike most muscle cars, an inline-6 is under its bonnet.

With 302hp moving it forward, the Valiant will waste little time getting up to speed. Like all Chargers before it, the Valiant isn’t one to underestimate.

Finally, there’s the Ferrari 599 GTO. Right away, the GTO looks the part and as the road-going version of the 599XX — it has the performance to back that up. Limited to 599 models, the GTO bears some monstrous numbers when laying down rubber.

Courtesy of its 6.0-liter V12, the GTO makes good with 661hp going to the rear wheels. By comparison, that’s 49 more horsepower than the base 599 GTB. 0-60 mph takes 3.3 seconds, and given enough room to crack the sky, the 599 will charge to its top speed of 208mph.

The GTO is the fastest, loudest, and the wildest of the bunch. Then again, were you expecting anything less from this amped-up machine?

As always, this week’s lineup will be around until next week’s reset. You’ll need 987,850 credits for a clean sweep so you’ll want to act fast before time is up.

This is the start of a (very welcome) refresh to the Specialty Dealer. Alongside announcing more cars and the implementation of the Race Regulations system, Turn 10 has stated the weekly lineup will be shaken up from here on out.

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