A few other supercars and off-roaders can't hurt, either.
The developers at Turn 10 Studios added just one car for Forza Motorsport 7 for December. It's the , the newest racing car to come rolling out of Munich. But they've added a whole lot more to Forza Horizon 4 this month.
The first expansion pack for the game, Fortune Island is a whole new environment – complete with fresh terrain, like the Needle Climb that's touted as “the largest paved mountain switchback in Forza Horizon history.” And with it comes a host of new virtual metal, headlined by the .
The Urus isn't the only new Lambo to make its way into the game, joined as it is by the – a one-off speedster version of Sant'Agata's twelve-cylinder supercar revealed way back at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.
There's more supercars as well, like the 2002 Koenigsegg CC8S – the precursor of the modern Agera, but with a pair of superchargers (instead of turbos) to boost output to 655 horsepower. The 2010 Saleen S5S Raptor, which was originally designed as the successor to the S7, also joins in on the action.
The expansion pack also brings the new to FH4, with its trick all-wheel drive system and (nearly) 600 horsepower. Off-roading enthusiasts will also appreciate the arrival of the , Ken Block's -spec Ford Fiesta ST RX43 rallycross machine, and the Exomotive Exocet and Funco Motorsport F9 off-road buggies. And for lovers of quirky classics, the 1953 Morris Minor Series II Traveler woodie wagon.
The new cars join over 450 already offered from more than 100 manufacturers. So whatever kind of cars or trucks you're into, chances are you'll find something you like in Horizon 4.