Another day, another Forza leak. Last week saw an apparent leak of new car brands and customisation options planned for a future Forza Horizon 5 series update.
This time, nearly 20 new Forza Motorsport cars have seemingly leaked online, potentially previewing the full Car Pass lineup before any official announcements.
Forza Motorsport Car Pass cars leak
Spotted by GTPlanet’s neil3646, the related apps section of Forza Motorsport’s SteamDB page lists several unreleased DLC cars. Some like the 2018 Mercedes-AMG GT3 and 2018 Peugeot #7 DG Sport Competition 308 have already been added to Forza Motorsport via the Car Pass. The rest are new to Forza and could be coming in upcoming Car Pass updates.
Most of the leaked cars are either track-focused or thoroughbred racers. Some of the highlights include the track-only 2019 McLaren Senna GTR and 2022 Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro. The standard Valkyrie came to Gran Turismo 7 earlier this year, but the hardcore Valkyrie AMR Pro has only appeared in GRID Legends.
One of the most interesting additions is the McMurtry Speirling. Producing 1,000 hp and weighing under 1000 kg, the electric single-seater prototype broke the all-time Goodwood Hillclimb record last year, rocketing around the famous Hillclimb circuit in 39.08 seconds. That was fast enough to beat Nick Heidfeld's previous Timed Shootout time of 41.6 seconds - a record held since 1999.
Using the app IDs, GTPlanet’s nukleabomb has predicted the order these cars will join the Car Pass:
- 2018 Mercedes-AMG GT3
- 2018 Peugeot #7 DG Sport Compétition 308
- 2018 Chevrolet #23 Ruman Racing TA Corvette
- 1985 Buick #6 Performance Motorsports Somerset Regal Trans-Am
- 2021 Cadillac #31 Whelen Racing DPi-V.R
- 2018 #63 Squadra Corse Huracán Super Trofeo Evo
- 1983 Porsche #11 John Fitzpatrick Racing 956
- 2019 McLaren Senna GTR
- 2019 Ferrari #62 Risi Competizione 488 GTE
- 2022 Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro
- 1966 Lotus type 35
- 2015 Cadillac #3 Cadillac Racing ATS-V.R
- 2018 Ford #98 Breathless Pro Racing TA Mustang
- 2020 Audi TT RS Coupe
- 2022 McMurtry Speirling
- 2019 Toyota 86 TRD SE
- 2020 Lexus #14 VASSER SULLIVAN RC F GT3
- 1986 Lotus #12 Team Lotus 98T
- 2018 Cadillac #57 TA CTS-V
Forza Motorsport’s Car Pass will deliver 30 cars with one per week. If the leak is legitimate, we now know 19 of them.
Some cars have since been renamed on SteamDB to remove the model names. It remains to be seen if these leaks are legitimate, but SteamDB is a credible source. More Car Pass cars will likely be revealed during the next Forza Monthly stream in early December.
New car brand logos discovered
That’s not all, because GTPlanet’s ever-reliable TGR55 has uncovered logos in the game files for car brands that have yet to feature in Forza Motorsport. These include French brands Delage and Venturi, which are rarely seen in racing games.
Originally a luxury and racing manufacturer between 1905 and 1953, Delage was revived in 2019 before launching the D12 hybrid hypercar. If Turn 10 has acquired a license for Delage, the D12 will likely appear in Forza Motorsport. Dubbed a "street legal F1 hypercar", the D12 utilises a 7.6-litre V12 engine and an electric motor producing a combined 1085 hp.
Logos for Czinger, Polestar, and Prior Design were also found in the files. Boasting a 2.9-litre twin-turbo V8 and an electric motor delivering a combined 1,350 hp, the Czinger 21C featured in Forza Horizon 5 as part of the American Automotive Car Pack, so it won’t be surprising to see it return in Forza Motorsport.
Polestar, on the other hand, was originally a Swedish tuning house for Volvo before becoming a standalone premium brand in 2017. Its first model, the aptly named Polestar 1, was a plug-in hybrid coupe, but the manufacturer now exclusively focuses on fully electric vehicles .
Despite Polestars becoming a prominent sight on the roads in recent years, the brand’s video game presence is limited to Need for Speed, with a modified Polestar One appearing on the cover of Need for Speed Heat in 2019. Finally, Prior Design specialises in upgrades and widebody conversions. Its logo was also recently discovered in Forza Horizon 5’s files.
It’s worth noting that none of these brands are guaranteed to appear in Forza Motorsport, but the logos may offer clues for what we can expect in future updates.
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