Forza Motorsport 6: Breaking Bad At Daytona

Forza Motorsport 6

The Alpinestars DLC Comes To Forza With A Smorgasbord Of Additional Vehicles

This is the kind of DLC that has at least one car for every kind of driver. Each of these new vehicles have a different performance level and different driving characteristics, ranging from a Daytona 24 hour competitor to an Aztek which may or may not brake bad. Also coming this month is a special Rivals mode which features the Ford Daytona Prototype on the Daytona Sports Car Circuit with a chance to win some Alpinestar prizes!

What’s In The Box?!

2015 Ford #02 Chip Ganassi Racing Riley Mk XXVI Daytona Prototype: Not only is this a Daytona winning race car, it also has to hold the title for longest named Ford model ever. We’ll call it the Daytona Prototype for short. Under the hood… well, under the rear, of this beast sits a 3.5 litre Ford Ecoboost V6 engine.

1990 Mercury #15 Whistler Radar Cougar XR-7: Another legendary racer that has taken on Daytona. This version comes with the meatier V8 engine, ready to take you to victory.

1967 Sunbeam Tiger: When Britain met Carroll Shelby. Sunbeam were determined to make a fast roadster, so what engine would you put in it? A Ford V8. Shelby initially developed a prototype with a Ford 260 V8, but in the end they shoehorned a 289 V8 into it.

2005 Pontiac Aztek: Batman has the Batmobile, James Bond has his Aston Martin, Walter White… has this.

1992 Alfa Romeo Milano Quadrifoglio Verde: “You’re not a petrolhead until you own an Alfa” – Top Gear. Well, now’s your chance. You, too, can become a digital petrolhead.

1974 Toyota Corolla SR5: Once the best-selling car in the world, this old-school Japanese motor now carries more weight as a potential drifter. All I need to know is… 2JZ?

1996 Subaru SVX: Giugiaro-designed, and yet, it looks like this. A road-going concept car, so props to Subaru for that. Powered with 231 Japanese horses coming from a 3.3 litre flat 6 engine.

This lovely selection of weird and wonderful vehicles can be yours for $6.99 or for free if you own the Car Pass. Available now on the Xbox One, Xbox One and the Xbox One! Like it or loath it? Tell us your thoughts in the forums!