The new pack consists entirely of cars affiliated with the Hoonigan brand that grew out of Ken Block's motorized exploits, and it also features 10 new achievements to earn. The cars are pretty fantastic machines, too. In addition to the 1,400-horsepower, all-wheel-drive Hoonicorn, Ken Block's 1978 Ford Escort RS rally car also appears, complete with its 333-horsepower engine and Rocket Bunny body work.
Exclusively in Forza Horizon 3 is a 1979 Chevy K5 Blazer built by Baldwin Motorsports. It's named "Loki" and features trophy truck suspension and a front clip taken from a mid-2000s Chevy Silverado. It appears alongside two other Chevys, a 1972 Chevy Nova named the Napalm Nova, and a gasser-style 1955 Chevy Bel Air named "Tri-Five by Fire" – referring to three years of full-size Chevy production, 1955, 1956, and 1957, which are known collectively as Tri-Five Chevrolets.
There are a couple of imports featured, too, including a 1992 Mazda RX-7 called "Twerkstallion." The RX-7 is available with either an LS V8 like it had when the owner got it, or a turbocharged rotary engine, as the car has now. There's also a 1991 Porsche 911 customized by Akira Nakai, the man in charge of Rauh-Welt Begriff, or RWB for short (and easier pronunciation).
This car pack also isn't just for Forza Horizon 3. It will also be available for Forza Motorsport 7 when it comes out this fall, with one slight difference. Instead of the Baldwin Racing Blazer, the game will come with a 1,000-horsepower 2003 Holden Commodore Ute built for drifting. The car pack will be free for those who preorder Forza Motorsport 7 digitally, and it will come with the Horizon 3 pack, too. Players will also be able to buy the pack separately for $6.99.