Forza 4 continues to drop new vehicles into your digital garages, with ten new cars coming in next week's December DLC pack. In addition to the Ford SVT F-150 Raptor, it also includes the Monster Suzuki Pikes Peak special and eight other vehicles.
See all ten of the new cars hitting Forza Motorsport 4 by clicking through.
The IGN-sponsored pack comes out on December 6th, and it will run you 560 MS points, which equates to $7 in the world of allowance and paychecks. But if you went ahead and popped for the 2,400 MS point ($30) Season Pass, then these cars are obviously included in the deal.
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Here's the full list of automotive oddities, starting with Monster Tajima's record-holding Pikes Peak Suzuki SX4.
Next there's the Mazda RX-8 RE, the last of the line for the RX-8 and the final rotary-powered car. That is, at least until Mazda gets off its ass and builds another RX-7.
There's the race-spec Ford Raptor, which should feel very much at home on Forza's road courses.
A 1967 Chevrolet Malibu SS396 stands in as a representative for an earlier era of American muscle.
Forza 4 isn't exactly lacking in gorgeous Italian exotica, but the new Maserati Gran Turismo MC GT4 doesn't exactly hurt things, either.
There's a 1957 Maserati 300S, a classic race winner.
A 1988 Pontiac Fiero was the one time GM actually got the midengined car to work right.
A 1986 Alfa Romeo Spider Quadrifoglio Verde is a strange addition, with many more classic Alfas to choose from.
There is a Mk.1 VW Scirocco S from 1981, one of Jeremy Clarkson's favorite old cars.
The '77 Ford Escort RS1800, one of Richard Hammond's favorite cars, rounds out the DLC pack.