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Next Forza Cover Car Will Be The Lamborghini Centenario


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Forza Lamborghini Centenario

Turn 10 Studios and Lamborghini have announced at the Geneva International Motor Show that the next Forza cover car will be the Lamborghini Centenario. The super-special and limited edition car created to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of Ferruccio Lamborghini, the founder of the iconic marque and is already sold out in the limited-run of 20 of each Coupe and Roadster versions made available.

 

As it is likely none of us reading this are one of those lucky buggers who have been able to grab one, then the next best thing is getting to see it on the road and failing that at least our games will allow us to somewhat experience the driving pleasure that this car provides. Thankfully it appears it's not an exclusive, as the words "First in Forza" are used, signifying the car will be seen in other games later on. Yay!

 

 

More info about this 'next Forza' will come at the E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo in June, however if we take a look at the typical Forza release schedule - and with Forza Motorsport 6 having released last year - the smart money would put it at being Forza Horizon 3. This being the case is strengthened even more if we look at how the cover for Forza Horizon 2 featured the Lamborghini Huracán. Unless we're going to get a third spin-off for the series in the way of a community-desired Forza Rally, but then having a hypercar fronting a rally-sim might just be a bit on the weird side.

We’re excited to continue our long history of working with Lamborghini and to be part of their 100-year anniversary by celebrating the Centenario as the featured cover car of the next Forza game,” said
Phil Spencer
, head of Xbox. “It’s an honor to announce our partnership at one of the world’s biggest automotive shows, and we look forward to unveiling the game at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo.”

 

“Working with Microsoft and Turn 10 Studios allows us to broadly share the limited-production Centenario with an unprecedented global audience and let them experience the emotion of driving the most powerful Lamborghini ever produced,” said
Maurizio Reggiani
, board member for research and development of Automobili Lamborghini.

Source: ForzaMotorsport.net

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