[UPDATED] Final list of Forza 5 cars and season pass details revealed

UPDATE: The whole list of vehicles is now available at the bottom of the Forza Motorsport 5 Final Showroom blog post.

Turn10’s John Schommer has announced the last vehicles to be included on disk for the Xbox One exclusive Forza Motorsport 5, via the Forza Motorsports news portal. The final edition of Forza blog’s ‘Showroom’ (the Showroom being a weekly event held on a Wednesday where a number of vehicles in Forza Motorsport 5 are announced)  revealed the final set of 35 cars to be included in the game. Here are some screenshots of the most recently announced vehicles, in gloriously rendered high definition graphics.

This brings the total number of cars in Forza Motorsports 5 to over 200, prior to DLC.

Furthermore, there will also be a season pass, which would set you back the princely sum of $49.99, called the ‘Forza Motorsport 5 Car Pass’; this gives players access to all 6 DLC packs as they become available, with each pack containing at least 10 cars. Buying the cars in a bundle like this is expected to save you healthy 18% on the individual DLC pack prices. The first DLC pack, the ‘LaFerrari Car Pack‘, has also been announced and will be available from the Xbox One’s launch day of 22nd November 2013 worldwide.

2013 LaFerrari
The hypercar 2013 LaFerrari from the LaFerrari Car Pack. The cheapest way to get a LaFerrari without taking out a mortgage!

TwinStickGaming hotly tip Forza Motorsport 5 to be the best simulation racing game of 2013, and its large arsenal of cars (and new graphics on a more powerful games console) certainly promise not to disappoint. Forza 5 will rev up its engines exclusively on Xbox One on 22nd November 2013 worldwide, as a launch title for the Microsoft flagship home entertainment system.

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