Forza Horizon 4 has received a new update that brings new cars to have at our disposal. The PlayGround Games game has been with us since 2018, being one of the games that harnesses the power of Xbox One X the most. Looking to what can come to Xbox Series X with the Forza Motorsport saga, Turn 10 surely has news, but meanwhile PlayGround continues with Forza Horizon 4 and demonstrates it with constant updates.
The Series 22 update Forza Horizon 4 brings iconic cars from the '80s and' 90s. The cast of vehicles available is as follows:
1990 Nissan Pulsar GTI-R
The GTI-R version of the Pulsar It was specifically homologated to give Nissan an edge over the dominant rally cars of the Group A era, specifically Toyota and Ford. His rally career was relatively short, but he remains dominant against similar cars of the time. It shares its engine with the Nissan Silvia, a 2.0L turbocharged 227 bhp in-line four, giving it a 0-60 time of about five seconds.
1999 Ford Racing Puma
Only 500 of the planned 1,000 Cougars were built, and in the UK alone. The rarity of the racing Puma, initially introduced as the Puma RS, makes it a valuable find. This was the last limited edition of the Puma produced and features an advanced 4-piston braking system for motorsports, a body reinforced with lightweight aluminum components and a racing-inspired interior.
1990 Toyota Celica ST185
The car that started Toyota's reign In the Group A world, the ST185 would eventually win 16 World Rallycross series. This was the first Celica to come out after the split from Supra, which resulted in a purer rally car against the sportier Supra. The Celica reaches the optimum point between the straight lines and the hard edges of the cars of the 80s era and the most curvy style of the 90s.
1994 Toyota Celica ST205
The 205 was an evolution of the previous car in this list, transferring its style completely to the 90s and adopting the modern aerodynamic curves of the time. This car is famous for many things, most notably the iconic Castrol image it sports in competition and for being the cover car of the 1995 SEGA Rally Championship.
The most powerful version of the Celica at the time, the homologated special that was required for WRC racing featured a 2.0L turbo inline 4 engine that produced 252 horsepower with all-wheel drive and 'Super-Strut Suspension'.
1991 Peugeot 205 Rallye
As a result of Peugeot's desire to homologate the 205 to compete in rally, the 205 Rallye has a 100 hp engine that is compensated in power with an incredibly light body, especially in the lower performance version. The interior was stripped of everything that was not tethered, and even some things that were, in order to maximize performance.
1988 Mitsubishi Starion ESi-R
There are some speculations about the origin of the Starion name. Is it a reference to the Orion constellation? Is it an attack on the Ford Mustang (Starion = Stallion)? It is difficult to say. The ESi-R version, first built in 1986, included a wide body kit, was intended for rally competition, specifically the short-lived Group B.
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