Toyota Yaris S
We didn't really have fun driving the actual Toyota Yaris, but perhaps ripping around a virtual racetrack in a half dozen of these S models with our buddies could be interesting.
Honda Fit Sport
The Honda Fit Sport is our go-to car for small and thrifty (yet still fun) motoring. We expect no less from the digital version.
Nissan Versa SL
We found the Nissan Versa to be fairly low on the cabin tech scale, but we don't think that will matter too much to thumbstick racers.
The Mazdaspeed3 has been called the best front-wheel-drive sportscar ever built. We can't wait for the next generation version.
Nissan 370Z Coupe
Nissan took the Z-car formula and distilled it down to its core essence to create the Nissan 370Z. We wonder if the Forza physics engine is up to the task of recreating its nimble handling.
Subaru Impreza WRX STI
No racing game would be complete without one of the most popular sport compacts of all time, the Subaru Impreza WRX STI.
The Lexus IS-F is more Japanese muscle car than import luxury sport. Like old American muscle, this model is built for straight-line performance and features a single-option automatic transmission.
Infiniti G37 Coupe
The Infiniti G37 coupe is a very good tech car, but what really matters to gamers is its sports car performance.
Toyota Soarer SuperGT
The Lexus SC is scheduled for the chopping block, but many Americans don't know that its Japanese twin, the Toyota Soarer, has a history in grand touring.
This Nismo Super GT car is unlike anything you'll ever see on the road.
Xanavi Nissan GT-R
The Xanavi Nismo GT-R Touring car is fairly well-known and has been featured in other racing simulators, such as Gran Turismo.
Car models are cool, but driving them is going to be what counts. We'll keep you posted as we learn more about the upcoming Forza Motorsport 3 for the Xbox 360.