The Hot Wheels Car Pack for “Forza Motorsport 6” arrives today, bringing with it a collection of cars that are sure to please both die-cast diehards and virtual racers alike. Leading this seven-car pack are two models that Hot Wheels fans are intimately familiar with – the 2011 Hot Wheels Bone Shaker and the 2005 Ford Hot Wheels Mustang. Making its Xbox One console debut, the Bone Shaker is the ultimate rat-rod – a real life showcase car built in 2011 that that has since taken on legendary status among Hot Wheels fans. Alongside the Bone Shaker, the killer drifting Mustang that Hot Wheels built to celebrate 50 years of the Mustang model is sure to become a favorite among Forza fans who love to get sideways.
Also making its Xbox One debut in this pack is arguably the most anticipated hot hatch of the decade – the 2017 Ford Focus RS, which makes its global real-life debut in June. Other highlights in the pack include the race-ready version of McLaren’s flagship hypercar, an early 90s Ferrari F1 racer, and more, making the Hot Wheels Car Pack a must-have for nearly any type of car fan. The Hot Wheels Car Pack is available today for download for $7 and not included in the “Forza Motorsport 6” Car Pass. Individual cars are also available a la carte. Additionally, for those interested in creating some awesome liveries for these vehicles, the official Hot Wheels logo is now available in the “Forza Motorsport 6” livery editor.
The launch of the Hot Wheels Car Pack for “Forza Motorsport 6” is just the start of Forza’s ongoing partnership with Hot Wheels. In May and June, Hot Wheels will be launching two cars from the “Forza Motorsport 6” Hot Wheels Car Pack as collectible die-cast models in retail stores. Look for the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro Super Sport on store shelves beginning on May 23 and the 2017 Ford Focus RS starting on June 20. In addition, November will see the launch of the Forza Motorsport Hot Wheels Entertainment Series of die-cast cars, featuring five Forza Motorsport-themed models. Stay tuned for more information on this line of cars in the months ahead.