Forza Motorsport 7 Specialty Dealer: Return of the Huayra

Forza Motorsport 7 6 April 18, 2018 by

Forza 7’s Specialty Dealer returns for its weekly update. If the past recycled lineups have been fatiguing, this week offers a slight reprieve.

The lineup mirrors that of last year November, at least at face value. There’s one addition and is still relatively new by all accounts. With that out of the way, let’s take a look at what’s featured on the showroom floor.

Specialty Dealer Lineup: April 17

  • 2009 Ferrari 458 Italia (Super Rare +605; 350,750cr)
  • 2012 Pagani Huayra (Legendary +2,750; 1,610,000cr)
  • 2005 Subaru Legacy B4 2.0 GT (Common +55; 32,775cr)
  • 2005 TVR Sagaris (Rare +418; 241,500cr)

The V8-powered Ferrari 458 Italia is up first. Debuting in 2009 and designed by Pininfarina, it replaced the outgoing F430. With a over 560hp going to the rear wheels, the Italia wastes little time spinning its wheels. The sprint to 60mph takes 3.3 seconds and given enough room, it can reach a top speed of 201mph.

Next up is the returning Pagani Huayra. Pagani’s successor to the sleek Zonda checks all the necessary boxes and then some. With a twin-turbocharged Mercedes-AMG V12, it picks up right where its predecessor left off. As its names implies, it takes off like the wind: 0-60mph takes 2.8 seconds and it can go on to a top speed of 238mph.

Subaru’s fourth generation Legacy B4 is up next, more specifically the 2.0 GT model. The least impressive of this week’s bunch, the B4 nonetheless has its share of fans. 280 horses go to all four wheels thanks to the 2.0-liter turbocharged flat-four. It may not have the brute force or scalpel-like handling of the other cars featured this week, but the B4 is a sleeper waiting to attack.

Rounding out this week’s lineup is the insane TVR Sagaris. The Sagaris is an aggressive sports car on the track. Powered by a 4.0-liter inline-six, over 400hp spins the rear wheels — and they will spin. We’d tell you to be cautious, but where’s the fun in that?

You’ll have one week to pick up the Huayra and anything else you may have missed and will need 2,235,025 credits to do it, so you better act fast.

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