Forza's New Hot Wheels Car Pack Will Make You Feel Like A Kid Again

Hot Wheels

These new cars might be the best Forza DLC yet.

Fans of "Forza Motorsport 6" for the Xbox One will probably want to download this latest pack. In the past Forza has teamed up with the likes of Top Gear and Meguiars to produce DLC packs. Now Forza has unveiled this month's Hot Wheels car pack containing two Hot Wheels vehicles. The first is the 2011 Bone Shaker. This hot rod has flames on the side, a giant skull grille, no roof, and comes powered by a small-block Chevy engine. We can't wait to get on Xbox and drive this thing! The second car is a heavily modified 2005 Mustang.

This car was built to celebrate the Mustang's 50th anniversary and there is even one life-size version in existence. The pack is rounded out with the new Focus RS, P1 GTR, Camaro SS, X6M, and a 1990 Ferrari 641 F1 car.

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