Written By: Steve Vegvari
Turn 10 Studios’ Forza Motorsport 7 features a wide array of vehicles unlock and test out in the virtual tracks. Forza Motorsport has always been focused on giving the most realistic driving experiences available on a console.
Besides the detailed tracks and environments, there are over 700 vehicles to gush over. Of those 700+ vehicles are an incredible amount of stunning luxury vehicles within the S-Class.
Each of the S-Class vehicles come stocked with high-performance stats build around a sleek body that any car enthusiast would love to get their hands on. As you begin unlocking each S-Class vehicle, you can tune and enhance the performance of the vehicle.
We’ll take a look at a selection of vehicles that not only look great but pack a significant punch when put to the test on the tracks. Each of these cars can be tweaked and tuned to your specifications, but offer a solid foundation upon purchase.
At the top of the list is the 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS. The 911 comes with incredibly strong stats in speed and acceleration. The stock 911 comes with a 6.1 rating in braking, meaning not only are you able to pick up speed quickly, but you’ll be able to hit those corner turns with relative ease. The 911 is also one of the cheaper models on this list. It is also the feature vehicle on the box art of the game and deserves a spot on this list.
Unlock Price: 315’000 CR
Another excellent vehicle for acceleration is the 1997 Lotus Elise GT1. With an 8.2 rating, you’ll be able to maintain top speeds when racing on a straight track. The handling is superb, coming in at 6.6. The only downside is these come at a cost of lower speed. The stock version of the GT1 may not seem impressive upon first glance. You will have to tune the vehicle a bit to get the maximum performance for the car. That being said, the stock version is relatively balanced. Nothing is expensed, which makes the GT1 one of the best all-around vehicles in the S-Class catalogue.
Unlock Price: 850’000 CR
Handling and braking stats are pretty weak on the 2016 Aston Martin Vantage GT12. While speed and acceleration are relatively superior in comparison. But with the potential to bring those stats up significantly by tuning the vehicle, the GT12 is a hidden gem. Style-wise, it would be hard to argue against the GT12 receiving a spot for the design.
Unlock Price: 350’000 CR
The 2010 Noble M600 should be your go-to vehicle for straight track races. With an impressive 9.2 acceleration on top of an 8.7 speed stock, Noble can cut through the Old Mulsanne with ease. On lap circuits, the M600 can be tuned to alter the handling stats, giving you better turns and control.
Unlock Price: 240’000 CR
Finally, we get to the 1997 McLaren F1 GT. The F1 is a powerful vehicle right out of the garage. With an impressive 8.9 acceleration, 8.2 speed, this car will fly. That being said, the F1 becomes an unstoppable beast of a machine when tuned accordingly. Put in the time and effort and the F1 becomes one, if not the most overpowered vehicles in the game.
Unlock Price: 1’350’000 CR
These S-Class vehicles offer a range of high-performance stats. Grinding your way to unlocking these vehicles will surely give you the advantage once you hit the track online.
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About The Author: Steve Vegvari
Steve is based in Toronto, Ontario. His enthusiasm and adoration of the video game industry go back to the days of SNES. Find him on Twitter and join in on the escapades.