Week 6 for the Forza Motorsport 7 car reveal is here, this week the specification is eye catching design, you know those cars that you can't help but stare at, for good or bad.
The Forza world fell in love with the custom built special models that debuted in Forza Horizon 3 and Turn 10 have announced that the Forza Edition cars, as they’re now known, will be a part of the fun in Forza Motorsport 7! These cars feature unique styles designed to catch the eye, but also custom tuning and special bonuses that will make them must-own additions to every Forza player’s garage.
The first care to be announced as part of the Forza Edition range is the 2017 Forza Edition Ford GT, check out the official description from the developers.
The Ford GT was created to fulfill the most auspicious destiny in the world of motorsport – claiming victory at Le Mans. Marking the 50th anniversary of the original Ford GT 40’s victory, the new Ford GT was built to prove that Ford can still dominate at the highest level of sports car racing. The production model GT is the starting point for homologation from which endurance racing provenance is borne. Take one look, or one listen, or one drive, and the character of a champion is obvious. Throughout the carved aerodynamics and gloriously sculptured form, players will find active elements and static design that create not only unique allure, but massive downforce. Within, technology abounds in adjustable suspension and drivetrain settings that put 647 EcoBoost twin-turbo driven horsepower to the massive rear wheels. Ford Performance set the bar high when they reinvented the GT, and of course both destiny and expectations were exceeded with not only the victory they sought, but the awe of the lucky 1,000 owners who are lucky enough to own them.Forza Motorsport 7 is coming on October 3rd for Xbox One and Windows 10, with the game receiving Xbox One X support on November 7