The very first car pack for the game adds a total of seven models, including a 2010 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor.
With more than 350 cars available upon launch, Forza Horizon 3 offers plenty of variety and there should be a favourite car on the list for just about everyone. For even more diversity, Turn 10 Studios and Microsoft have prepared downloadable content adding seven extra cars to the virtual garage. The first of many other DLCs to come for the Forza Motorsport spin-off, “The Smoking Tire Car Pack” sees the introduction of the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor, which is a rare sight among video games.
The best thing about it? It comes together with the search lights, proper bumper bar, and light bar, much like the real deal. Expect a great number of police liveries from the massive Forza community, and we’re sure some players will decide to come up with a wide variety of other body finishes for the rear-wheel-drive sedan, including a taxi livery.
Also from America is the 1976 Jeep CJ5 Renegade, which seems like a suitable addition to the game to tackle the Australian roads on a map that’s almost twice the size of the one available in Forza Horizon 2.
Should you want a more performance-oriented car, the new DLC adds the hugely desirable BMW M2 Coupe and the more exotic GTA Spano. An interesting entry in the game’s growing fleet is the wild 2000 Lotus 340R, while the rare Pagani Huayra BC should prove to be perfect for those high-speed runs. The 2016 Aston Martin Vulcan can’t be legally driven on public roads in the real life, but in Forza Horizon 3 you’ll be able to take it anywhere.
The Smoking Tire Car Pack costs $8.99 in Canada as a standalone purchase, but it’s available for free through the Car Pass program or if you have the game’s Ultimate Edition. This first monthly pack is part of a series of six DLCs set to arrive until March next year and add a total of 42 cars.