Forza 7’s latest DLC pack also came with a sizeable update to the game, which potentially hints at some upcoming content for the game. While looking through some of the files, GTPlanet user TheAdmiester discovered a few thumbnails of cars which might well be making an appearance in this (or possible future Forza titles) in the future, and it’s a fairly eclectic selection with a mostly British flavour.
As well as the fully-weaponised Aston Martin DB5 as driven by James Bond, there’s also the tiny Peel P50, star of one of the most famous Top Gear segments ever. Other British cars found include the Morris Minor, TVR Cerbera Speed 12, Morgan Aero SuperSports, and even a London Taxi.
Many of these have featured in past Forza titles so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see them make an appearance in FM7.
Other juicy new additions include the McLaren Senna and the 80s-tastic Ford Escort RS Turbo. Here’s the full list of what’s been found:
- Ascari KZ1-R
- Aston Martin DB5 (James Bond-spec)
- Austin FX-4 Taxi
- Austin-Healey 3000
- Austin-Healey Sprite
- Bentley 8-litre
- Eagle Speedster
- Ford Escort RS Turbo
- Ford Fiesta Global Rallycross
- Ford Mustang GT
- McLaren Senna
- MG MGB GT
- Morgan Aero SuperSports
- Morris Minor
- Peel P50
- TVR Cerbera Speed 12
Other finds include some alternate liveries for Nascars, the VW Beetle GRC and Ken Block’s Hoonicorn Mustang. There are also some off-road modifications for the Bentley Bentayga and Range Rover.
Of course, just because these files are in the game doesn’t mean they’re going to be making an appearance in Forza 7. In fact, some seem to think it’s a bigger hint as to the content of the upcoming Forza Horizon 4, with the volume of British cars suggesting it could be set in the UK.
Whatever they’re for, we hope we don’t have to wait too long. The prospect of racing - and modifying - a Peel P50 is just too exciting. Why wouldn’t it be?!