License To Play: ‘Best Of Bond’ Car Pack Announced For Forza Horizon 4

Forza Horizon 4 hasn’t even been released in full, but that hasn’t stopped Turn 10 Studios from announcing the first car pack for the eagerly-awaited game.

Dubbed the Best of Bond Car Pack, gamers will soon be able to cruise around in a selection of the most iconic rides from the James Bond franchise. Given that Forza Horizon 4 is set in the United Kingdom, it’s no surprise that a James Bond-themed car pack has been created.

The pack consists of a total of 10 cars: the 1964 Aston Martin DB5, 1969 DBS, 1986 V8, 2008 DBS, 2015 DB10, 1974 AMC Hornet X Hatchback, 1981 Citroen 2CV6, 1999 BMW Z8, 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 and the bespoke 2010 Jaguar C-X75, which was scrapped for production but made it into Spectre as the bad guy’s wheels.

Those that purchase Forza Horizon 4 Ultimate Edition will enjoy the Best of Bond Car Pack from the outset without any additional charge from September 28, while those who get the regular version of the game will be able to buy the car pack as an add-on when the game launches globally on October 2.

Beyond all the awesome cars included in the pack, many of them actually feature the same gadgets as those found in the James Bond films they starred in. For example, the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 includes the infamous revolving license plate, while the Lotus Esprit is available with all the fins and wings it needed to be morphed into a submarine. However, it doesn’t appear as though gamers will be able to ‘drive it’ underwater.

The official car list announced for Forza Horizon 4 includes more than 450 different vehicles, and a selection of other car packs will be released in the coming months.


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  • Christian

    next bond better be black!!! or i’ll boycut the franchise

    • S3XY

      The name’s Elba, James Elba.

      • Christian

        but honest, would be interesting if he was into men instead of girls… Something new. 🙂


    Why not 7 Series E38 instead

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