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We look to the future

Style Pack Releases Dec 15

The second DLC for Project CARS 3 will drop on December 15th. We’re all rather stoked by the cars that are coming to this pack that is one of the strongest-ever DLCs released for the franchise. Given that, we thought we’d give you a quick preview of what you can expect from the pack by showcasing their trailers made by the manufacturers themselves …

(The Style Pack is available as part of the Season Pass or as a standalone purchase.)

Cars in the Style Pack

The Ferrari SF90 Stradale comes to Project CARS 3 with reputation intact: The 90 is for Ferrari’s 90th anniversary, the SF is for the Scuderia Ferrari race team, and 1,000 is for total power output from 3 electric motors and a 4L twin-turbo V8. It also comes with a liquid-style trailer—take a look.

The Lamborghini Sián FKP 37 is all about those key Lamborghini tropes—style and speed. It adds a Countach-inspired design, technological marvels, and is the first hybrid Lamborghini super sports car in history. It’s also the most powerful Lamborghini ever built. When you’re ahead of your time, you can shape reality—Lamborghini’s debut trailer for the Sián FKP 37 will show you why.

Months before its real-world debut, the Hennessey Venom F5 comes to Project CARS 3 with a bespoke twin-turbo 6.6L all-American V8 pushing an astounding 1,817hp and projected top speed of over 500kmh. Dream on.

We’ve worked really closely with the team at Hennessey to bring their vision to the game. Given we’re still months out from its official debut on the streets, it’s been quite a journey for us. It’s also a hypercar that will astonish you in terms of performance.

Hennessey’s trailer is goosebump-inducing too! Take a look.

So, plenty to look forward to then. Keep an eye out for the Style Pack, December 15th. And get ready to drive three of the world’s most impressive road cars.

Wrapping up the Year 2020

What a year it’s been…best we can say is—well—we’re all here reading this, which seems a net win! Jokes aside, this has been a hard year for so many, and a tragic one for one so many. With this being the last blog for 2020, we’d like to take a breath and a moment to thank you, and wish you and yours, far and near, a happy festive season and a 2021 made of nothing but joy and health. See you in 2021—it must surely only get better from here!