Every car included with Forza Motorsport’s Car Pass DLC

Thomas Harrison-Lord
Every car included with Forza Motorsport’s Car Pass DLC

If you’re continuing to press through Forza Motorsport‘s Builders Cup – in particular the weekly featured series – and dip into the superlative Featured Multiplayer, expanding your car collection may be appealing.

The optional, paid-for, Car Pass will offer that without spending precious in-game credits and with vehicles that cannot be earned in the game with any other means.

This is your guide to said Car Pass and we’ll keep this updated as and when each subsequent new addition is released. We expect, once a month, for four weeks of new content to be announced.

What is the Forza Motorsport Car Pass?

The Car Pass is a premium, paid-for, optional extra for Forza Motorsport that adds additional cars to the game’s roster.

Purchasing the pack provides access to these extra cars, but not in one go. Instead, one new car will be added to your game, on PC or Xbox console, each week until the Car Pass ends.

These vehicles are exclusive to the Car Pass and therefore not available by any other means.

Forza Motorsport Car Pass, 2023, PC and Xbox Store

How much does the Car Pass cost?

Forza Motorsport’s Car Pass costs £24.99/$29.99.

If, however, you purchase either the Deluxe Edition or Premium Edition of the game, the Car Pass is included.

For those playing the game via Game Pass, it is not included, but you can purchase the Car Pass separately. This is reduced to £22.49/$26.99 if you are an active subscriber.

Alternatively, Game Pass subscribers have the option of purchasing the Premium Add-Ons Bundle which includes the Car Pass plus the Race Day Car Pack, VIP Membership and Welcome Pack. This is priced at £29.99/$39.99 for subscribers.

Forza Motorsport Car Pass 2023 Xbox and PC

How many cars does it include?

The Car Pass for Forza Motorsport is set to include 30 cars over time. This is 12 less than Forza Horizon 5’s Car Pass, for comparison.

Can I buy the cars separately?

Yes, every car that is included in the Car Pass listed below is available separately for Forza Motorsport. They cost £2.49/$2.99 dollars each.

Unless you’re an active Game Pass subscriber, in which case there’s a £0.25 discount.

Forza Motorsport Car Pass, individual vehicle purchase

When do the cars release?

Each new Car Pass addition will arrive weekly within Forza Motorsport. One arrives every seven days and it’s always on a Thursday.

You will receive an on-screen notification after booting the game once a new Car Pass vehicle is added to your collection. The car will be automatically added to your ‘My Cars’ area.

Forza Motorsport Car Pass delivery

When does the Car Pass end?

25th April 2023 is when we anticipate new cars being added via the Car Pass to Forza Motorsport.

This is based on 30 cars, arriving weekly from 5th October 2023, with no interruptions or changes to the schedule.

This does not mean that no new cars could not be added via additional DLC packs – after all sibling Forza Horizon 5 recently launched the Italian Exotics and Super Speed packs after, and separate from, its Car Pass.

Every Car Pass car

Below is every car that has been added to the game, or announced ahead of time, via Forza Motorsport’s Car Pass. We will keep this updated as and when more are announced.

Volkswagen #22 Experion Racing Golf GTI 2018

Forza Motorsport Car Pass, Volkswagen Experion Racing Golf GTI 2018

This is a recreation of the TCR-category real-world VW racing car which has won races and championships across various championships in the mid-to-late ’10s.

This particular car was driven by Albin Wärnelöv in the Scandinavian Touring Car Championship (STCC)/TCR Scandinavia competitions between 2017-2019. It fits rather perfectly in the Touring Car Series within the Featured Multiplayer.

  • 720 PI, S Class

Dodge #9 American V8 Road Racing TA Challenger 2019

Forza Motorsport Car Pass, Dodge American V8 Road Racing TA Challenger 2019

It may look like a road-going Dodge on steroids, but this is in fact a Trams Am racer with a spaceframe chassis. Raw V8 power. The TA-spec car toured the United States four years ago against identical rivals, although in the real world, you can have a Ford Mustang or Chevrolet Camaro body selected.

  • 898 PI, R Class

Nissan #23 NISMO Clarion R391 1999

Forza Motorsport Car Pass, Nissan 23 NISMO Clarion R391 1999

    Many people think that Nissan withdrew from endurance races such as the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1998 after securing a podium with its TWR-prepared R390 GT1. But, it soldered on next year too with an open prototype, the R391.

    Sadly, one failed to qualify after a crash and the second retired early into the race with an electrical issue. The car would only race once more, that season’s Fuji 1000km, which it duly won, before the project was cancelled.

    • 963 PI, P Class

    BMW M2 Competition Coupé 2020

    Forza Motorsport Car Pass, BMW M2 Competition Coupé 2020

    No, this may not be the current second-generation ‘G87’ BMW M2, but it is still a smart, punchy and right-sized straight-six powered super coupe and we’re here for it. Also, so is Super GT, as this is his road car of choice. We’ve always said he has great taste…

    • Release date: 26th October 2023
    • 588 PI, B Class
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