7 new rides zoom into Forza Horizon 3 with the Mountain Dew Car Pack

A whole new batch of cars is zooming into Forza Horizon 3. Due to release tomorrow, June 6, the Mountain Dew Car Pack (opens in new tab) is bringing a total of seven new rides to Forza's Australian roads.

Here's a look at all of the new cars riding along in this pack:

  • 2016 Lotus 3-Eleven
  • 1951 Holden FX Sedan
  • 1996 Ferrari F50 GT
  • 2013 Dodge Dart GT
  • 1971 Chevrolet Vega GT
  • 1973 AMC Gremlin X
  • 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX

That's a pretty diverse set of rides, all of which should make for a fun race through the new Hot Wheels expansion. The Mountain Dew Car Pack will be available as a separate, standalone purchase starting on June 6. Other car packs have released for a price of $7, and this pack should be no different.

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  • I want the new Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio. Why can't we get it? It's the new M4 competitor, and I would have thought it would have been an obvious addition.
  • It's a M3 competitor. Recall that BMW changed 2 door cars to even numbers and 4 door cars to odd.
  • I wonder if the aluminum engine overheating and the body rotting of the Vega will be modeled. To be realistic they need to put a six-month timer on the car after which it simply sits in the garage completely unusable.
  • Snooze fest of a collection.
  • This game has bugs the demo ran ok on my GeForce 660 ti gtx then the full version the game just lag a heart beat
  • As an Australian, thanks for another Australian car. Can you send us a Crewman Cross 8? Just picked up the Hotwheels add-on the other day. Great game thank you.
  • Special content for people who spent more on the $99 ultimate edition. Pre order bonus, pay to "play early" (in other words, if you don't pay you'll get the game late), All-Stars Car Pack, Porsche Car Pack,
    Blizzard Mountain, Mattel's Hot Wheels, Mountain dew car pack... VIP bs... expansion/season Pass, microtransactions...
    Welcome to MS's vision of gaming: games as a service...
  • That's just gaming in general now, not just Microsoft.
  • There are games and companies that are doing it but not ALL of them. I mean Horizon And it's not because others are doing it that it's of for MS can the same thing. MS are the one who talked about game as a service and it's SO clear what their strategy or business model is looking at what they are doing with Forza. This should be criticised no matter WHO is doing it. I want to know who is defending this and why. If he is a gamer or a company supporter. I guess this is the same people who celebrate when a service like XB live with less active users and possibly games gets more money from its users.
  • Now where's the Doritos Car Pack?
  • Lotus 3-eleven, another track toy to play with
    And... OH the F50 GT YES! Please let it have that screaming high pitch engine sound like it had in Horizon 1