Forza Horizon 3’s Mountain Dew Car Pack includes seven amazing cars
This month, the DLC for Forza Horizon 3 includes seven unique cars for the game’s fans. Titled the Mountain Dew Car Pack, the DLC is available as a standalone purchase for Forza Horizon 3 on Xbox One and on PCs running Windows 10 with Xbox Play Anywhere. Excitingly, all the cars from the new pack are compatible with both the Hot Wheels and the Blizzard Mountain expansions.
The 1951 Holden FX Sedan
The car was initially conceived as a small Chevrolet but catered to the needs of post-World War 2 Aussies, which meant it has to be rugged with a high dust sealing. In the dusty rural road of the Outback, this was a valued feature.
The 2016 Lotus 3-Eleven
The 3-Eleven is limited to 311 models and keeps things simple by being even lighter. It weighs over 2,000 pounds and is powered by a supercharged version of aToyota V-6 engine which can also be found in the Evora and Exige. This car is defined by its track-oriented features. has 410 horsepower and contains all the essentials you need.
The 1996 Ferrari F50 GT
The F50 GT is an amazing track car with incredible speed and great cornering ability. This is one of the rarest Ferraris ever made as only three models were ever built.
The 2013 Dodge Dart GT
2.4-liter four cylinders are only found in the GT for 184 horsepower on top of a sport-tuned suspension. The car shares the Alfa Romeo Giulietta platform and as such, is a fantastic mix of Italian and American construction.
The 1971 Chevrolet Vega GT
This was a good choice for the American car buyer, and the Chevy Vega won the 1971 Car of the Year award back then. The F-41 handling package included on the GT model adds to what is already a great car with a strong power-to-weight ratio. The car’s looks were always its strongest suit.
The 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX
This car put Mitsubishi on the map for the racing, tuning and enthusiast community. It features the legendary 4G63 engine turbocharged to provide 210 horsepower.
The 1973 AMC Gremlin X
This car was a two-fold response both to Japanese imports and the fuel crisis from that time. The Gremlin was a bit slower than the VW Beetle, and the X trim package came with body color fascia, stripes, slotted road wheels and a blacked-out grill insert.
Get your Forza Horizon 3 Mountain Dew Car Pack and enjoy all these beauties!
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