The Geneva Motor Show Gives Us Fancy New Cars In Project Cars 2, Forza Horizon 3, And Gran Turismo Sport

The McLaren 720S as seen in Project CARS 2
The McLaren 720S as seen in Project CARS 2

Gather round, gear-heads, we've got a bunch of gorgeous new sports cars coming to several racing titles thanks to the Geneva Motor Show.

Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios' Project CARS 2 will be getting the new McLaren 720 S which is making its official public debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Project CARS 2 will be the first time the car is being digitized, naturally.

According to the developers, this reveal "marks months of clsoe collaboration between the teams at McLaren Automotive and Slightly Mad Studios in developing the virtual car whilst still developing the real car – a first for both." The 720S will be featured in Project CARS 2 when it hits Xbox One, PS4, and PC sometime later this year.

Do remember, as you keep reading, that Slighty Mad Studios really wants to take Forza and Gran Turismo out of the racing game, permanently.

Forza Horizon 3's new car will be Tata Motor's new TAMO Racemo which is the first sports car to come from India. It's a bit of an oddball addition as it's got a tiny three-cylinder turbocharged engine that somehow cranks out 187 horsepower with 155 pound-feet of torque. The TAMO Racemo is a free edition that coincides with the car's debut in Geneva. So, all Forza Horizon 3 players will be receiving it.

The inside of the TAMO Racemo in Horizon 3

Alongside the Racemo is Horizon 3's final Car Pass pack which will include a whole convoy of cult cars.

The final car will be coming to Polyphony Digital's Gran Turismo Sport . This one's got a body design by Pininfarina, so you know it's got to be damn pretty. It's also a two-time F1 Champion, so, it's got good things going for it already.

Emerson Fittipaldi's Pininfarina Fittipaldi EF7 as featured in Gran Turismo Sport

Yes, that is Emerson Fittipaldi's Pininfarina Fittipaldi EF7. Which we're just going to call the Fittipaldi EF7 because I can't be bothered to type Fittipaldi quite so many times.

The Fittipaldi EF7 will come with it's 600bhp, naturally-aspirated 4.8L V8 engine. It will be coming to Gran Turismo Sport as one of the unique Vision GT vehicles, but unlike most Vision GT cars, this one is destined to be a real car available for purchase. The Fittipaldi will be getting a limited run of 25 vehicles which, if you've got a pile of money sitting around might be a solid investment choice.

And if you do buy one, please let me know so I can start trying to bribe you for a test-drive.

About Madeline Ricchiuto

Madeline Ricchiuto is a gamer, comics enthusiast, bad horror movie connoisseur, writer and generally sarcastic human. She also really likes cats and is now Head Games Writer at Bleeding Cool.

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