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Forza Horizon 2: Fast & Furious Car Pack


Brian's Skyline, Dom's Charger and more come to Forza Horizon 2!

Available now for Forza Horizon 2 on the Xbox One, the Fast & Furious Car Pack! Released this week, the Fast & Furious Car Pack includes 10 cars that Fast & Furious fans have dreamed of driving for over a decade! Featuring many of Brian O'Conner's Japanese icons and Dominic Toretto's American muscle legends, you can download now for $10/£7.99 on the Xbox Store.

Forza Horizon 2 fans, are you ready for your next dose of Fast & Furious cars? The Fast & Furious Car Pack is now available for Forza Horizon 2 on Xbox One! Featuring ten cars from the legendary “Fast & Furious” saga, this pack gives you a chance to experience some of the biggest, baddest, and fastest cars ever to appear on celluloid.



Check out the full list of cars available:

1968 Dodge Charger “Fast & Furious” Edition

With a go-over-anything suspension and a massive V8 you'll be the king of going fast.. in straight lines!

1969 Dodge Charger Daytona HEMI “Fast & Furious” Edition

The famous Daytona HEMI is taken to whole new level with some custom FNF tuning, but can you drive it like Dom?

1970 Ford Escort RS1600 “Fast & Furious” Edition

The European Mustang, lightweight, rear-wheel-drive and rocking some Cosworth power and suspension, you'll be able to give the HEMI a run for it's money.

2014 Terradyne Gurkha LAPV “Fast & Furious” Edition

The "Light Armored Personal Vehicle" is basically a road-going tank, just in case you find yourself being attacked by an army while you're cruising around Europe. Underneath the hood is a little 7.3 liter diesel.

1963 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport C2 “Fast & Furious” Edition

The classic Corvette, the road-legal race car. Arguably the finest of all Corvettes, sitting on a tube frame chassis with a V8 heart.

1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS “Fast & Furious” Edition

We all know this one. Part of me wants to ridicule it but unfortunately I can't help but like it, even if it did come out of a cereal box.

1995 Toyota Supra RZ “Fast & Furious” Edition

The 2JZ wielding 10-second hero. It's bright orange, but it'll show up middle aged men in their Ferrari any day.

1999 Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) “Fast & Furious” Edition

The best of the Skylines, the twin turbo, all-wheel drive beast that kids and even grown men still dream about.

2001 Honda S2000 “Fast & Furious” Edition

VTEC, yo. A lightweight, rear-wheel-drive, high-revving driving machine. It doesn't have the icon status of a NSX, but it deserves credit for being one of the best cars Honda has made. And yup, it's pink.

2002 Nissan Fairlady Z “Fast & Furious” Edition

Drift King's famous sideways-only ride. Built for drifting around Tokyo, but who says you can't go for a slide around Europe?

And in case you didn't realise, there's plenty of FNF-themed content for you to enjoy. Earlier this year, Turn 10 brought the Fast and Furious franchise to Forza Horizon 2 with a smaller standalone game, "Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious" available for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. It was initially free for the first 2 weeks and costs 10 of America's finest dollars (or £8.99 for the Brits) thereafter. Following this, Turn 10 released the Furious 7 Car Pack for Forza Horizon 2, featuring 8 cars. All in all there's now 18 cars famous to Fast and Furious fans available in Forza Horizon 2.

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