Forza Horizon 3 reveals another set of great cars coming with the September 27th launch

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Just last month Forza Horizon 3 was officially unveiled on the stage at E32016. Ever since then, more details on the title have been revealed, such as last week's listing of the first 150 cars which will be in the game. Today, the Forza Motorsport team has lifted the covers off some more cars, and revealed another set of great cars coming with the September 27th launch of the game.

Highlighting the pack this week are three cars from Australia's famed Holden marque. These three Holden models are part of the legacy of distinctive Australian car culture and promise big fun to Forza Horizon 3 players.

1951 Holden 50-2106 FX Ute

1951 Holden 50-2106 FX Ute
1951 holden 50-2106 fx ute

When “Australia’s Own Car” – the 48-125 Holden four-door sedan –launched, it only had one model and Aussies had to wait more than two years for a load-hauling version. Once the Ute arrived, it was dubbed the “FX” - though exactly why it earned that moniker is the subject of debate. What was clear is that these durable and hearty vehicles were perfect for the work that needed to be done, whether it was on the farms or construction sites of Australia. With just 60 hp in its stock form, the FX is a far cry from the powerhouse utes of today. But the heart and soul is all there.

1974 Holden Sandman HQ Panel Van

1974 Holden Sandman HQ Panel Van
1974 holden sandman hq panel van

Originally, these sedan deliveries were derivatives of the typical ute with a metal or plastic shell enclosing the cargo tray. They developed into a phenomenon that escalated to its height in the 1970s before falling off in popularity. The most famous Sandman was driven by Mel Gibson in the original 1979 “Mad Max” film. Like many, Max’s panel van was converted for camping. During the climax of their popularity, Sandman panel vans were tricked out with mural paint jobs, custom windows and details that spoke to each owner’s passions. Sure, some were used for more utilitarian uses but in some cases, what went on in the backs of many of the funky Sandman HQs around the country was often more exciting than merely hauling around the tools of the trades that helped build urban Australia.

2016 Holden Special Vehicles GTS Maloo

2016 Holden Special Vehicles GTS Maloo
2016 holden special vehicles gts maloo

While utilitarian in purpose, this ute is all about going very fast. Take the supercharged V8 under the hood or the upgraded brakes and suspension. This Maloo is ready for track duty straight away, mate!

Other Cars:

  1. 2007 Alfa Romero 8C Competizione
  2. 1970 AMC Rebel "The Machine"
  3. 1998 Aston Martin V8 Vantage V600
  4. 2011 Audi RS 5 Coupe
  5. 2011 BMW X5 M
  6. 1981 BMW M1
  7. 1992 Bugatti EB110 Super Sport
  8. 1970 Chevy Corvette ZR-1
  9. 1966 Chevy Nova Super Sport
  10. 2008 Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR
  11. 1969 Ferrari Dino 246 GT
  12. 1968 Ferrari 365 GTB/4
  13. 2011 Ferrari FF
  14. 1978 Ford Mustang II King Cobra
  15. 1956 Ford F-100
  16. 1991 GMC Syclone
  17. 1991 GMC Syclone  Vehicles GTS
  18. 1951 Holden 50-2106 FX Ute
  19. 2012 Infiniti IPL G Coupe
  20. 2015 Jaguar XFR-S
  21. 1997 Lamborghini Diablo SV
  22. 2014 Lamborghini Urus
  23. 2014 Lamborghini Range Rover
  24. 2014 Land Rover Supercharged
  25. 2005 Louts Elise 111S
  26. 2013 Mazda MX-5
  27. 1990 Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evolution II
  28. 2013 Mercedes 63 AMG
  29. 1999 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI GSR
  30. 2008 Mitsubishi  Lancer Evolution X GSR
  31. 2000 Nissan Silvia Spec-R
  32. 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
  33. 2010 Renault Megane RS 250
  34. 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STi

So, there you have it. The list may be long, but those are the new set of cars which will be heading into Forza Horizon 3 in September. What are your thoughts on these cars? Are you excited to get behind the wheel of any of these classics? Let us know what you think by dropping us a comment below!

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