Turn 10 Studios was nice enough to give us an exclusive on the first 150 cars to be announced for its upcoming Forza Horizon 3 video game. They only gave us five pictures. Here they are.
You may have seen Matt LeBlanc ripping one of these around on the latest season of "Top Gear," but now you can take it on an off-road excursion of your own, albeit a digital one. It's super light, so its 2.4-liter Honda I-4 is more than capable of sending you through the dirt at ludicrous speeds.
The El Camino never died in Australia. The "ute" body style is an interesting piece of Australian car culture, and it's here in prime form in this limited-edition car. Just 120 of these were made in the Land Down Under, each packing a 5.0-liter, supercharged V-8 engine.
There's no more hardcore off-roader than a trophy truck, and this is one of the greats. B.J. Baldwin is one of the winningest gents in the sport, and he even ran the Baja 1000 by himself (which he won, by the way). It's a ridiculous truck for a ridiculous kind of off-roader.
This ain't your cousin's Ford Fusion. The Falcon XR8 is Ford's most powerful Falcon variant, packing a supercharged 5.0-liter V-8. You might recognize its shape from the V8 Supercars racing series.
The Polaris seen here is the first playable side-by-side buggy in a Forza Horizon game, and not a moment too soon. With plenty of off-roading to do around Australia (the game's set in Australia, if you didn't know), the Polaris RZR XP 1000 EPS is both a handful on the dirt and a mouthful when you're trying to say it out loud.