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August 12, 2016

Forza Horizon 3 Goes Off Road With The New Cars


Another week and another look into the garage of cars coming in Forza Horizon 3, this week, we get to see some of the cars that are going to be favourites for dealing with the harsh conditions of the Australian Outback.

Starting things off we have the 2011 Penhall Cholla, In the desert, the Cholla is the meanest cactus around with its needle-like spines partially enclosed in a papery sheath. In the buggy world, Penhall’s Cholla is one mean mother as well and ready to destroy the competition when it comes to sucking up bumps and flying across rough terrain. When the Cholla debuted at the Baja 1000 in 2011, it won Class 10 by four hours – that’s a margin that doesn’t even leave its dust to be eaten. With more than 20 inches of wheel travel in the front and back, punishing environments will feel silky smooth and the hugest jumps will be absorbed with a smooth landing. Buggies are a staple for the Outback and the Cholla is without a doubt one of the best in the business.

Next up is the 1979 Toyota FJ40


Among iconic SUVs, the FJ40 deserves its place near the top. Designated F for the engine and J40 for the short wheelbase chassis (there are mid and long wheelbase models as well), this competitor to the Jeep CJ and Land Rover has a long and loyal global following. The coming of the FJ40 can also be thanked for building worldwide confidence in the reliability and durability of Toyota vehicles since 1960, when the model was first introduced. The FJ40 is a rugged off-road vehicle that is happiest when it is covered in muck, fording a river or climbing a mountain. Hop in and let your Australian adventure begin.

Finally we have the 1971 Meyers Manx


Bruce Meyers created the Meyers Manx when he was living in a shed and building boats out of a then relatively new material called fiberglass. The shape of the Manx created an allure that spoke to those in search of freedom and fun. It was copied by many companies seeking to profit from Meyers’ design, but none have matched the style and form of the original. The lightweight chassis fitted with a Volkswagen engine and suspension found its way into many record books in the desert, hill climb racing and even drag racing. Whether you are putting the Manx through its paces or just cruising around enjoying the open-air ride, there’s nothing else like this original dune buggy.

But as always, there have been more cars announced than just these three, the new additions are:

2002 Ferrari                 575M Maranello
1992 Ford                         Escort RS Cosworth
2013 Ford                         Focus ST
1973 Ford                         Escort RS1600
1971 Ford                         Falcon XY GTHO Phase III
2014 Ford                         Fiesta ST
2017 Ford                         F-150 Raptor Race Truck
1954 Jaguar                 XK120 SE
2014 Jeep                         Grand Cherokee SRT
2012 Lamborghini         Aventador LP700-4
1986 Lancia                 Delta S4
2009 Lexus                 IS F
1957 Maserati                 300 S
1994 Mazda                 MX-5 Miata
1967 Mercedes-Benz 280 SL
2009 Mercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG Black Series
1971 Meyers                 Manx
2012 MINI                 John Cooper Works GP
1998 Nissan                 R390
1979 Opel                         Kadett C GT/E
2011         Penhall                 Cholla
1971 Plymouth          Cuda 426 Hemi
2015 Polaris                 RZR XP 1000 EPS ROCKSTAR EDITION
2013 Ram                         Runner
1993 Renault                 Clio Williams
1990 Subaru                 Legacy RS
1996 Subaru                 SVX
1979 Toyota                 FJ40
2005 TVR                 Sagaris
1990 Vauxhall                 Lotus Carlton

The full list of announced cars can also be found on the Forza Horizon 3 Garage page.

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