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Forza Motorsport confirmed cars list for Xbox Series X

Published: 19/Oct/2020 13:04 Updated: 28/Oct/2020 10:25

by Kieran Bicknell


With the upcoming Forza Motorsport still without a confirmed release date, we’ve put together a list of confirmed cars for easy reference. Forza is known for its expansive car collections, so expect many more to be added over the coming months.

The next installment of the well-loved Forza Motorsport franchise has already caused somewhat of a stir by dropping the numeral from its name. In a bid to go back to the ‘roots’ of the game, it will simply be called Forza Motorsport, rather than the expected Forza Motorsport 8.

With a stunning cinematic release trailer, it also looks like the game will have a far more team-based racing structure than previous Forza games. The trailer put a lot of emphasis on garage scenes and characters, hinting at an in-depth career path within Forza Motorsport.

Naturally, there will be plenty of cars on offer for players too. While no confirmed car list has been revealed by Turn 10 studios, we can discern a number of cars from the in-game trailer.

Forza Motorsport confirmed cars

Apollo IE

Apollo IE Forza Motorsport
YouTube: Xbox
The Apollo IE could be the hero car for Forza Motorsport

The Apollo IE is without a doubt the ‘hero’ of the official release trailer. With a brace of them being shown going through the ‘corkscrew’ at Laguna Seca, as well as featuring heavily in the garage scenes, the IE may well be the cover car for the new Forza Motorsport.

Powered by a 6.3l V12 engine, the Apollo IE appears in mock-GT3 livery in the Forza Motorsport trailer, and could also form the basis of the potential in-game career mode. With a curb weight of just 1,250kg an over 1,300kg of downforce possible from the GT1-styled bodywork, the IE looks set to dominate in Forza Motorsport.

BAC Mono

BAC Mono Forza Motorsport
YouTube: Xbox
The BAC Mono only appears for a split second in the trailer, but its enough to confirm its inclusion in the game.

The BAC mono only features briefly in the Forza Motorsport trailer, but shows itself to be confirmed as part of the game.

A lightweight track-only special, the BAC Mono boasts 340hp from its turbocharged 4-cylinder engine. While that may not seem like much, in a car that weighs only 566 kg, it equates to 525 bhp per ton – impressive stuff.

Mazda IMSA prototype

Mazda IMSA Prototype Forza Motorsport
YouTube: Xbox
Viewers get a brief glimpse of a Mazda IMSA prototype car in the trailer.

Seen only briefly during the cinematic trailer, viewers get a glimpse of not one, but two Mazda IMSA prototype cars. While it is impossible to verify them exactly, it offers a preview of a possible race category within Forza Motorsport.

Well-known for its diverse car classes, perhaps we will see a full IMSA grid possible within the upcoming Forza Motorsport?

Forza Motorsport release trailer

Since it is so early on, we only have a few confirmed cars for the new Forza Motorsport game. Be sure to check back regularly, however, as we will update this list as soon as new information becomes available.


Guy Fieri’s impressive car collection is as on-brand as you’d expect

Published: 24/Nov/2020 21:26 Updated: 24/Nov/2020 22:57

by Kieran Bicknell


Celebrity chef Guy Fieri is known for his wacky fashion sense as much as his incredible culinary skills. But, he is also a massive petrolhead, with a very unusual car collection.

The first thing you’ll notice about Guy Fieri’s car collection is that it’s just as wacky as he is. Immediately, you’ll realize there is a distinct yellow theme running throughout, with the majority of his vehicles being painted in the sunshine shade.

Yellow-ness aside, however, the cars in his collection are certainly impressive. From Jeeps to classic V8 muscle ones, Fieri has a vehicle for all situations – so long as it’s acceptable for it to be bright yellow.

Guy Fieri Corvette
YouTube: Mike Utoober
Guy’s car collection has a strong yellow theme running through it.

Guy Fieri’s classic car collection

Guy is a massive classic car fan, and that’s evident from the moment you see his striking collection.

One of the coolest ones in his garage is his 1969 Chevrolet Corvette. With its exaggerated, bulging arches and drop-top roof, it looks menacing even in the prerequisite yellow paintwork.

His 1976 Jeep CJ-5 may not be the coolest car, but it might be one of his most iconic. Finished in bright yellow with flame decals down the side, this is a vehicle that’ll get noticed wherever Guy takes it.

A self-confessed Chevrolet lover, Guy has a number of cars from the iconic American brand in his collection. Alongside these, he has a number of other awesome and sometimes obscure classics. Here’s the full list:

  • ’69 Chevrolet Corvette
  • Jeep CJ-5
  • Chevrolet Chevelle
  • CSX Cobra
  • ’96 Chevrolet Impala
  • The iconic red Chevrolet Camaro used on Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives.
  • Pontiac Firebird
  • Custom Chevrolet C10 truck
Lamborghini Gallardo yellow
YouTube: Mike Supercars TopSpeed
Guy owns a bright yellow Lamborghini Gallardo similar to this one.

Guy Fieri’s supercars

It’s not just classics in Fieri’s impressive collection. While a number of his supercars are – you guessed it – bright yellow, that doesn’t make them any less cool.

Opting for a convertible version of the Lamborghini Gallardo no doubt helps keep Fieri’s iconic frosted tips upright at all times, thanks to the impressive performance from the V10 engine.

Alongside the Gallardo, Guy also has a number of other supercars in his collection. While they aren’t all bright yellow, they are all certainly cool enough for Fieri:

  • Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder
  • Aston Martin DB9
  • 2007 Chevrolet Corvette
  • 2011 Chevrolet Camaro

Of course, he owns a number of ‘standard’ cars too, perfect for getting around without any attention. In his fleet, he has a number of trucks including an ’04 GMC Sierra, Chevrolet Kodiak, and even a Cadillac Escalade.

Since a lot of his vehicles are classics, it’s impossible to put a price on Fieri’s impressive collection. Regardless of the cost, though, we can all appreciate the sheer coolness (and yellow-ness) of his collection.