Forza Motorspot 5 Brings Three Honda Cars

Forza Motorspot 5 Brings Three Honda Cars
Forza Motorspot 5 Brings Three Honda Cars

Forza motorspot 5 brings three new honda legends car park for players with free download charge. Now this video racing game consists of tri stylish cars 2014 Honda Civic Si, 1984 Honda Civic CRX Mugen, 1994 Honda Prelude Si for fans.

Finally this DLC pack is a good entertainment for players as well as fans.


Legends car Park Description

Celebrating Hondas recent unveiling of the 2014 Civic Si and Hondas presence at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show, Turn 10 Studios is releasing the Honda Legends Car Pack for Forza Motorsport 5 on Xbox One. This free car pack includes three influential Honda models, including the new 2014 Honda Civic Si and two beloved fan favorites: the 1984 Honda Civic CRX Mugen, and the 1994 Honda Prelude Si. All three of these cars represent the excitement and pure driving spirit that embodies Honda cars.

Before you run off and download this latest free addition to Forza Motorsport 5, take a look at the trailer and the details on each of the cars in the pack.

2014 Honda Civic Si

Theres a reason the Honda Civic is one of the worlds most popular cars. Reliability, sure, but theres also some surprising grunt under the hood of the Civic Si; power that puts it in the upper echelons of entry-level coupes. For 2014, Honda has designed the Civic Si with distinctive, head-turning lines and class-leading performance. Wider front fenders with aggressive arches, a wide grill, and a front bumper with a huge air dam and a molded rear diffuser in the rear. The result is something that looks as fun to drive as it actually is. The Civic Si delivers an exciting driving experience with 205 horsepower and a stiffer suspension hooked up to larger wheels offering more rubber to grip the road with. You dont have to be young to own a Civic Si, but driving one will inspire youthful smiles every time you turn the key.

1984 Honda Civic CRX Mugen

The partnership between Honda and Mugen began with the CRX. It was an inevitable collaboration given that Mugen was formed by Hirotoshi Honda the son of Honda founder Soichiro Honda and veteran racer Masao Kimura. The CRX, or CR-X as it is called in Japan, carried an aggressive effort to establish Mugen in the United States. At the time, any Honda dealer could order and sell Mugen parts, and a select few became Mugen Performance Centers. The program only lasted three years, but yielded a handful of uprated Mugen CRXs and many street-tuned Hondas. Dressed in the Mugen body kit, the CRXs short, stout lines are tastefully enhanced without complicating them. A trademark feature of the Mugen CRX is the twin-pipe muffler or Silencer Set. With nearly 120 horsepower, a limited slip differential, and weighing in at a mere 1,800 pounds, the Mugen CRX is a thrill to drive and inspired a new generation of Honda tuners. Mugen has gone on to contribute to Hondas racing success in Formula One and sports car racing, but it all started here with the CRX.

1994 Honda Prelude Si

The fourth generation of the much-loved Honda Prelude saw the demise of pop-up headlights, but brought new-found performance in the form of the 2.3 H23A1 motor. Delivering the most horsepower yet, the Prelude Si could no longer be classified as a compact car in Japan. With its new luxury classification came other changes to some of the trademark appeal of the Prelude. The Japanese VTEC Si had in in-dash TV as an option, a visionary design when you consider the prerequisite in-dash screens of todays cars. On the exterior, the rear end was rounded rather than squared off and sat high in comparison to previous models, while the front fascia was wider. Tune up your Lude and represent for the Honda fan-boys (and girls) of Forza Motorsport 5.

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