Don't worry, the pack also has a few silly cars to putz around in and race cars to trash.
The Forza Motorsport franchise has been letting car enthusiasts live out their wildest automotive fantasies in the comfort of their own living rooms since 2005. Feel like crashing an Ford F-150 Raptor into a Ferrari GTO? Forza lets you do it. Lately, the Forza franchise has been splitting its focus from being a pure racing simulator, to being the ultimate fun machine. The game now has a nice mix of race cars and silly cars like a Toyota arctic truck. So far, Forza 7 has released a few downloadable car packs that add even more cars to the game's already impressive roster.
The first pack featured cars from the Fate of the Furious movie, like the Dodge Demon. The second pack was a bit more modest with cars like the Alfa Romeo Giulia and Fiat 124. The latest pack is called the Doritos pack, and it adds two of the fastest, most anticipated SUVs in the world to the game.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is the poster car of the pack, and rightly so. With its 707-hp supercharged V8, the Trackhawk will be a worthy adversary to other super SUVs in the game such as the Bentley Bentayga and Range Rover Sport SVR. The newest Porsche Cayenne Turbo also joins the game's roster, with its 550 hp twin-turbo V8. The pack also includes other road cars like the 1955 Chevrolet 150, the 1939 BMW 328, and the 1985 Nissan Safari diesel, while new race cars include the 1926 Bugatti Type 35, and 1962 Porsche 804 F1 car. The pack is now available for purchase and comes with either the Forza 7 Ultimate Edition or the Season Pass.