La distribution de contenu reprend cette semaine dans Project CARS avec l’arrivée du Japanese Car Pack, disponible dès maintenant sur PS4, Xbox One et PC. Slightly Mad Studios alimente périodiquement son jeu actuel avec du contenu. Today, sûrement en écho au Tokyo Motor Show, Project CARS présente the ‘Japanese Car Pack’.
Japanese Car Pack – Project CARS – liste des voitures
– 1999 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI TME
– 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX FQ-360
– 2012 Toyota GT86 de 2012
– 2014 Toyota TS040 Hybride LMP1
– 2015 Toyota GT-86 Rocket Bunny GT
– 2015 Scion FR-S Rocket Bunny
Japanese Car Pack – Project CARS – images
1999 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI TME
Named in honor of four-time World Rally Champion Tommi Mäkinen, the VI TME is an ultra-rare edition of Mitsubishi’s famous Lancer Evolution VI platform. The car is powered by a 280hp version of Mitsubishi’s iconic two-liter turbo and comes with several special features that set it apart from regular Evo VI models. Special features include a different front bumper, racing seats, white 17“ Enkei rims, a titanium turbo turbine and lowered ride height.
2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX FQ-360
Introduced at the end of the Evo IX’s production run in 2008, the FQ 360 rounded out the ninth generation of Mitsubishi’s iconic Lancer Evolution. Using the newest version of proven two-liter turbo, the FQ 360 presents drivers with 366hp of power that are transmitted by a manual six-speed gearbox. The car is equipped with special features such as Bilstein monotube shocks, AYC (Active Yaw Control), Ralliart Sports Meter Kit, carbon front splitter and Speedline alloy wheels.
2012 Toyota GT86 de 2012
Toyota and Subaru teamed up to create an authentic rear-wheel drive sports car with exceptionally balanced performance and the GT86 is the brainchild of this co-operation. Designed to provide superior and balanced handling, the GT86 uses a four cylinder boxer engine whose unique design allows for an ultra-low center of gravity , aiding the car’s sporty handling capabilities while giving drivers 200hp of power to play with. Project CARS players will be getting their hands on two different versions of Toyota’s newest sports car, including both the European GT-86 version and the right-hand driven Japanese Toyota 86 model.
2014 Toyota TS040 Hybride LMP1
Designed and built by a collaborative effort between Toyota Motorsport GmbH in Germany and Toyota Motor Company in Japan, the 2014 TS040 was Toyota’s weapon of choice for racing in the highly-competitive LMP1 class of the FIA World Endurance Championship. The TS040 is powered by a conventional 3.7 liter V8 engine that is paired with a twin hybrid system on both axles, using supercapacitors for energy storage. All three systems combined not only give the TS040 temporary four-wheel drive but also provide drivers with an excess of 1000hp of power to challenge the competition with. The 2014 TS040 proved to be tremendously successful in competition, leading large portions of the 2014 Le Mans 24 Hours and clinching the 2014 World Endurance Championship drivers & manufacturers title in the hands of Toyota Racing drivers Sebastien Buemi and Anthony Davidson.
2015 Toyota GT-86 Rocket Bunny GT
The Toyota GT-86 Rocket Bunny GT takes the Rocket Bunny V2 concept even further, creating a track racer designed to compete with the GT4 class of race cars in Project CARS. Featuring an all-out racing design that includes a stripped interior and a Cosworth stage 3 supercharging kit and Rays rims, the 2015 Toyota GT-86 Rocket Bunny is equipped with everything needed to fight for GT4 racing honors out on track!
2015 Scion FR-S Rocket Bunny
Players that are looking to get even more out of the GT-86 will love the Japanese sports car’s ultra-aggressive Rocket Bunny Edition. This Scion FR-S on steroids sports a race-car inspired competition body kit, featuring a LED-light equipped front bumper with carbon front splitter, enlarged fenders, 1552 rims and a GT-style rear wing to complete the aggressive competition look. On the inside, the car`s stock engine has been beefed up with Cosworth’s complete twin charger and cooling package for improved performance to match the aggressive exterior.
Japanese Car Pack – Project CARS – trailer
Japanese Car Pack Now Available On Demand! Project CARS continues its programme of continual updates and fresh content delivery with the release of the Japanese Car Pack, introducing eight highly sought-after Japanese cars to Project CARS.
Japanese Car Pack for Project CARS
The Japanese Car Pack for Project CARS is now available in Slightly Mad Studios’ continued efforts to keep the game feeling new with fresh monthly content, and this month’s content delivers in a much anticipated fashion: Japanese cars. The pack introduces several new cars all of the Japanese variety, ranging from road legal sports cars to a Le Mans-winning prototype.
The fan-requested Japanese Car Pack features two amazing Mitsubishi machines, the 2014 Toyota Le Mans hybrid, the 2012 Toyota GT86/Toyota 86, and the latest Rocket Bunny Editions of both the Toyota GT-86 and Scion FR-S…
This month’s free vehicle, the Scion FR-S will be available to all players regardless of owning the car pack. The pack is currently rolling out to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC and is available.
Japanese Car Pack – Project CARS – video découverte
video via Maxou Le Pilote
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