Playground games are no exception to the monthly rule of adding certain cars that cannot be opened in exchange for completing certain tasks. The studio has released three new models available for the Forza Horizon 4 with the Series 36.
Three new cars for the Forza Horizon 4 Series 36
1972 Mazda Cosmo – Automatic
In the mid-1960s, the United States, the United Kingdom, the Soviet Union and their allies engaged in space racing, each devoting resources to the development of new technologies that would benefit them to reach the stars.
It was during this time that a Japanese automaker decided to make a name for itself with new technology. So Mazda set his sights on the Wankel rotary engine and dedicated himself to building a car worthy of it. Thus the Cosmo was born in 1967, then the final Cosmo model in 1972.
You can get this car by completing the “Mazda’s Guide to the Galaxy” seasonal championship in the fall.
1973 Mazda RX-3 – Summer
While the Cosmo is built as an expensive and commercially viable car, the RX-3 will be one of the first users if its technology is to influence future Mazda models. Sensitive and affordable, it gave the RX-3 Mazda the first opportunity to build its identity and brand as a manufacturer and, in the racing world, around the Wankel rotary machine.
The RX-3 Motorsport has become so popular with pilots that it is now almost impossible to find a product version of this car, all of which have undergone some sort of upgrade or modification.
The Mazda RX-3 is available after completing 50% of the summer season playlist.
2018 Saline S1 – Spring
Until the year 2000, Saline made a name for himself by converting Mustangs into track cars. But at the beginning of the 21st century, it’s time to release something unique, the S7: 7L Supercar, which looks like the F1 prototype and sold for 8,388,500. This directly led to the creation of the 2004 Ford GT and set the Saline apart from its Mustang roots.
Saline continued to provide assembly services to other manufacturers until 2018, finally they followed the S7 with a slightly more modest S1 ($ 100,000), a medium-engine supercar with a 2.3-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine. The internal functions of the S1 fully reflect the saline, while the exterior styles are similar to the late Artega GT. After the Artega manufacturers went bankrupt, the GT design was purchased by a Chinese manufacturer called JSAD, who asked Saline to help modernize the design. This modernization will eventually prove to be a failure, but it will give birth to the S1.
Saline S1 is available after completing 50% of the Spring Season Playlist.