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Post by Retom7 on 2/21/2015, 12:00 pm



I just watched this teaser trailer and I can't wait to see more of this car. This is the proper way to film a trailer.

There are so many cars that need to make Forza 6...
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Post by Retom7 on 2/21/2015, 12:06 pm



Huracan GT3 - If only this was around in time for our Blancpain Series. I don't care much for the regular Huracan, but this car looks great.
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Post by Retom7 on 3/3/2015, 4:43 pm

Link to Aston Martin Vulcan details <--- Click ME!

Much different from anything I was expecting out of Aston. I would like to see it in person, but for $2.4mil and track only, I will probably never see it in person. I think I like it, but it does have some funky lines going for it.
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Post by Retom7 on 3/3/2015, 4:55 pm

New 2017 Audi R8 info

Another one I'm not too sure about. The original R8 grew on me thanks to the sleakness. I feel the new redesign is not as sleak looking. Just doesn't look as sexy to me. On the plus side, Porsche's new GT3 RS is now a 500hp NA monster. LINK HERE[
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Post by s0ul harv3st on 3/3/2015, 5:47 pm

The Vulcan reminds me a little of the Devon body lines.

I agree about the R8 although the rear end is improved, they failed on the front end and sides.

The GT3 is classic Porsche. Not very daring of them. I guess the business plan is that they cant screw up success if they don't change anything besides the motor.


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Post by Retom7 on 3/4/2015, 12:12 pm

Actually, I thought the Porsche was pretty radical for them... the front fenders are a big change from the traditional fender flare/widebody look. I know they don't change much, and as you state, with their customer base and history, they don't need to, BUT, I love the GT3 RS. I liked the crazy gray/orange decals and annoyingly orange wheels of the last one, but an NA 500hp street legal race car looks good to me. While I'm a Ferrari guy, the sensible side of me has always like Porsche as my realistic dream car. I say realistic because it's a bit more reasonable of a car to own when it comes to service and purchase prices.

The R8 rear looks okay. The side vents and lines I HATE. I can't stand the lines widen in the front. Regardless of aero and everything, I like horizontal and clean lines. Something about this new R8 says Gumpert to me. The front would look good on a TT or S4, but just looks weird on the R8. I do like the blue they are using though.

I was thinking that with the Vulcan as well. I guess I was hoping this new car would be a street legal and be put to some sort of comparison with it's rivals. If their rival is a street legal Ferrari F12 as they say, it's a bit less exciting. I would still love for it to be in Forza 6.
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Post by Retom7 on 3/24/2015, 1:42 pm

Porsche makes Aston change car names

I realize the same people who can afford a Porsche GT3 are probably the same people who can afford the Aston Martin GT3, but they are very different cars from very different brands. I would assume most Aston drivers and Porsche drivers would not confuse the two. None the less, the Vantage GT3 is now the Vantage GT12.
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