Microsoft debuted their new trailer for Forza Motorsport 4 at E3 2011 last night, proudly displaying the game's new Kinect-enhanced ability to see the flying cars you're about to hit.

Should the Gran Turismo fanboys fear the pumped-up Kanye West anthem? The tire-physics? The Kinect voice and head-tracking controls? Will 80 car manufacturers, Jeremy Clarkson's baritone explanations, or the return of car clubs send them running for cover?

Maybe not, but this trailer clearly indicates Forza's reaching parity with the GT games in the area of absurd flying cars.

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