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PROJECT CARS ON DEMAND is our commitment to keeping Project CARS up-to-date with the greatest, freshest, and most critical content whilst also allowing players to pick and choose the cars & tracks they want – without being locked in to a pre-paid scheme.

Project CARS was built for the future from day one and with PROJECT CARS ON DEMAND racing fans around the world will be able to enjoy a continually growing and evolving experience throughout 2015 and beyond with continual free updates that improve and expand upon the original core game, free cars and vehicle liveries delivered at no extra charge, and additional content made available without the usual obligation to purchase a long-term season pass.

FEATURE UPDATES

Project CARS was created by the community and we’re committed to continuing that conversation with players to ensure it has the features and functionality expected by them throughout the year and beyond. At regular intervals therefore, all Project CARS players will receive a free game update that includes the following…

• Fixes for the highest priority issues identified by the community
• Improved balancing and defaults
• Additional functionality and expanded support for existing features
• Brand-new items that open up new possibilities within the game
• Support for new hardware released

More info and full details will be posted when it becomes available shortly so head over to our official forums and let your voice be heard on what further features and improvements you’d like to see!

FREE CARS

Each month, Project CARS players will also receive a free car…

Project Cars W MOTORS LYKAN HYPERSPORT

One of the most exclusive and expensive cars ever to be made with additional options such as embeddable diamonds, emeralds, and sapphires being available, the Lykan Hypersport is also the first supercar to be produced in the Middle East and is the star of a breathtaking set-piece in the film Furious 7.
Capable of reaching 62mph in just 2.8 seconds, the Lykan Hypersport from W Motors has both impressive power producing 740 bhp with a top speed of 245mph whilst also showcasing breathtaking styling and futuristic technology such as a holographic mid-air dashboard.

Project Cars AUDI A1 QUATTRO

After the warm reception of their A1 clubsport concept car, in 2012 Audi announced the A1 quattro, mating their most compact car with their signature all-wheel-drive system and a powerful two-litre engine boasting both direct injection and turbocharging.
Limited to only 333 cars, the A1 quattro punches above its weight with the torque and traction of larger performance cars in a small frame. Aggressive styling and unique alloy wheels warn that this is no ordinary supermini.

Project Cars RUF RT 12R

Based on Porsche’s 997 platform, the RT 12R ranges amongst the fastest production cars in the world sprinting from 0-60 in just 3.2 seconds and topping out at a breathtaking 230+ miles per hour.
Powered by a twinturbo-charged 3.8 liter flat six engine, the RT 12R boasts 730hp of power, all-wheel drive, increased downforce and higher stability including a racing-style rear wing meaning it cuts no corners as a sensational driving machine.

Project Cars 1952 MERCEDES-BENZ 300SL (W194)

The Mercedes-Benz 300SL is one of the German brand’s most iconic creations, having become one of the most recognizable and successful racing champions of its era.
Designed by Daimler-Benz’s chief developing engineer Rudolf Uhlenhaut, the W194 used welded aluminum tube spaceframe chassis, powered by a straight six engine that provided legendary drivers such as Juan Manuel Fangio & Stirling Moss with 175hp of power to utilize against their competition.

Project Cars SCION FR-S

Like its European & Asian counterparts, the Scion FR-S is a light, quick and affordable 2+2 sports coupe powered by the unique two-liter 4U-GSE boxer engine.
Designed to provide superior and balanced handling, it 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 1970 LOTUS TYPE 49C COSWORTH

The Lotus Type 49C was the last evolution of the Team Lotus ultra-successful Lotus 49 car that took Formula One by storm in 1967.
Once again powered by the proven Cosworth DFV V8 engine and equipped with front & rear wings, the 49C bridged the gap between the original wingless design of the Type 49 and the new aerodynamic design approach that would kick off with the Lotus 72.

Project Cars RADICAL RXC TURBO

Powered by a Ford Duratec 37 Ti-VCT engine providing 460hp, the RXC Turbo is the newest creation by the prototype specialists at Radical Sports Cars.
The RXC marks the first time Radical has created a coupe-style car, featuring an LMP-inspired body with gullwing doors and GT3-spec rear wing. Weighing just 935 kilograms, the RXC is able to reach a top-end speed of 298 kilometers per hour, sprinting from 0 to 100 kph in just 2.6 seconds.
While the two Radical sports cars already available in Project CARS have been designed for on-track competition, the RXC Turbo is fully road legal, making it a potent weapon against many of the high-performance sports cars in Project CARS’ roster.
Despite being something you can drive on the road, the car is equipped with all the bells and whistles Radical’s vast racing experience offers, including a full roll cage with front and rear crashboxes, an Intrax Racing Suspension inboard pushrod suspension system, and a sophisticated full electronic data logging system.

Project Cars 2013 FORD FALCON FG

The Ford Falcon FG was Ford’s weapon of choice for competition during the 2014 season of Australia’s ultra-popular V8 Supercar touring car series.
Build to the series’ “Car of the Future” formula that was first unveiled in 2010, the car is powered by a 5 litre naturally-aspirated V8 engine, providing up to 650hp, driving the car’s rear-wheels.
Based on the Falcon FG road car, the car body makes extensive use composite materials to get the car down to a minimum weight of 1310 kilograms. Using a six-speed sequential gearbox, the FG is able to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.5 seconds, reaching top end speeds of up to 300 km/h.
The Falcon FG has proven to be extremely successful in Australian touring car competition, clinching 55 V8 Supercar wins since 2008, including two V8 Supercar championships.

Project Cars ASTON MARTIN VANTAGE GT12

Inspired by Aston Martin’s successful GT3 racing machinery, which is fighting for glory on race tracks every other weekend, the GT12 is the sports car builder’s most extreme iteration of the Vantage road car.
Packing everything the company has learned during competition out on track in a no-compromise package, the GT12 is powered by a 600hp V12 engine, using an automated manual Sportshift III gearbox that allows the car to sprint from 0-60 in just 3.5 seconds.
Lightweight materials and a stripped interior have brought the car’s weight down to just 1565 kilograms while a racing-inspired aerodynamics package helps keep the GT12 planted firmly to the ground.

FREE COMMUNITY LIVERIES

All players will receive a pack of liveries created by the Driver Network and WMD communities. We’ll be curating the best artwork each month for inclusion so sharpen your pencils and brush up on your Photoshop skills and it may be seen by racers all around the world!

Project CARS Liveries Community 1

This first pack of vehicle liveries created from artwork by YOU – the players – contains not only bold, creative designs and homages to iconic real-life liveries but also an accurate recreation of Deadmau5′ livery for his BAC Mono!

Project CARS Liveries Community 2

This second pack of vehicle liveries feature an amazing community-created livery for the Ford Escort Mk 1 as well as six real-life DTM liveries for the Mercedes 190E 2.5-16 Evolution2 amongst others.

Project CARS Liveries Community 3

This third pack of vehicle liveries feature five real-life Zakspeed Capri Group 5 liveries as well as the official Project CARS SMS-R livery as seen sported by the Marc Cars Australia 2 team in the International Endurance Series.

Project CARS Liveries Community 4

The fourth pack of community-created vehicle liveries features two real-life liveries for the Bentley Continental GT3, three BMW Junior Team designs, and five striking liveries from renowned design company Momo.

Project CARS Liveries Community 5

The fifth pack of community-created vehicle liveries is a bumper pack containing not only ten amazing liveries created by the Driver Network community but also nine liveries celebrating our 2015 Project CARS eSports teams – including Championship-winning team SDL Motorsport, Virtual Drivers by TX3, Revolution Sim Racing, and Team V10R.

TRACK EXPANSIONS

Already featuring the largest track roster of any recent racing game, Project CARS will continue to dominate with an additional 15 tracks consisting of road courses, historic locations, and modern circuits.

Grouped into Track Expansion Packs along with appropriate vehicles, players will therefore get access to the most iconic, beautiful, and contemporary locations throughout the year that continue to represent a truly global snapshot of racing around the world…

The Pagani Nürburgring Combined Track Expansion featuring two beautiful vehicles from the stable of Horatio Pagani – the Huayra BC unveiled at this year’s Geneva Motor Show and the Zonda Revolucion – and the combined layout of the Nordschleife and Nürburgring Grand Prix circuit…

PAGANI HUAYRA BC

In 2011, Pagani’s Huayra took the world of supercars by storm as the prestigious Italian sports car manufacturer delivered a turbo-powered car for the very first time. Four years later, all of the strictly-limited 100 units as have sold as Pagani celebrates the model’s success with the brand-new Huayra BC.
Named after Pagani’s first-ever customer, car collector Benny Caiola, the BC takes the mid-engine Huayra concept to new heights. Slimmed down to just 1218 kilograms – a whopping 132 kilogram reduction from the regular model – the Huayra’s already-mighty V12 bi-Turbo engine has been beefed up even further.
Built by Mercedes Benz’ AMG competition arm, the M158 engine now provides an incredible 800hp of power and 1100nm of torque, transmitted using an automatic seven-speed Xtrac transmission.
99.9% of all drivers out there won’t ever have to worry about having to handle this kind of power as only 20 units of the hand-crafted Huayra BC will be built, selling for 2.4 million Euros a piece. Thankfully, Project CARS will allow all automotive enthusiasts an exclusive virtual experience with this incredible road-going masterpiece.

PAGANI ZONDA REVOLUCION

The Revolucion is Zonda’s last hooray for their famed Zonda R sports car as the Italian sports car maker ends the car’s production run with an ultra-rare, ultra-competitive version of their record-breaking creation.
Everything about the Revolucion has been pushed to the maximum as the Zonda R’s 750hp AMG V12 engine has received an additional 50hp while the car’s weight has been brought down to just 1070 kilograms.
The Zonda R has already been blurring the line between road cars and racing machinery and the Revolucion goes even further, offering drivers a fully-adjustable traction control system and a Formula-One-style DRS system.
While the car’s refined aerodynamics will help keep the Revolucion planted firmly to the track surface, a carbon-ceramic equipped Brembo braking system helps keep the beast in check.
Only five units of the 2.2 million Euro Zonda Revolucion have been built, making this one of Pagani’s rarest creations to date.

NURBURGRING NORDSCHLEIFE + GRAND PRIX TRACK

Project CARS is inviting drivers to tackle the ultimate Nürburgring challenge, giving players access to the combined Nürburgring Grand Prix and Nordschleife layout.
World-famous for hosting the annual Nürburgring 24 Hour endurance race, the combined track bridges the gap between the historic battles on the legendary Nürburgring Nordschleife and modern-day Grand Prix racing on the highly-modern GP layout.
The combined track features the shortened version of the Nürburgring’s state of the art Grand Prix layout, blending into the legendary Nürburgring Nordschleife. Racers have to master the best of both worlds as drivers have to prove themselves both on the technical bits of the modern Grand Prix track before transitioning onto the narrow, fast flowing, no-room-for-error Nordschleife layout.
The result is a spectacular 26-kilometer lap that challenges drivers with everything that has made the Nürburging a mythical place for automotive enthusiasts. From slow technical corners to long straights, elevation changes and banked corners – the combined Nürburgring layout has it all!

The fourth Track Expansion features two modified vehicles from the renowned car culture enthusiasts Stanceworks, Mad Mike Whiddett’s insane MX-5 RadBul Formula Drift car, and the KTM X-Bow R, as well as a brand-new road course of Bannochbrae set in the highlands of Scotland…

KTM X-BOW R

The X-Bow is motorcycle specialist’s KTM first ever car creation as the Austrian company has entered the sports car market with an innovative no-frills roadster.
Drivers who are looking for a comfy ride might want to look elsewhere as the X-Bow-R is a purebred performance machine, coming without extras such as ABS, electronic driving aids or air conditioning.

Instead, drivers can enjoy 300hp of power coming from a two-liter Audi TFSI engine, powering a chassis that weighs less than 800 kilograms thanks to the extensive use of carbon fibre.
Despite being fully road-legal, the X-Bow-R comes with all the features of a competition car, including a removable steering wheel, pushrod suspension, a racing-spec Brembo brake system and a rear-diffusor for improved grip.
The light and nimble sports car sprints from 0 to 100 in just 3.9 seconds, making the X-Bow-R a very potent weapon even against more powerful sports cars.

MX-5 RADBUL FORMULA DRIFT

Formula Drift Racing star “Mad” Mike Whiddett has gained a reputation for building some of the most extreme drifting machinery on this planet and his newest project is undoubtedly the most spectacular – The MX-5 RadBul Formula Drift.
Don’t be fooled by the MX-5 name as the RadBul Formula Drift might be based on Mazda’s popular MX-5 road car but other than that, the car has little to do with the Japanese roadster you might see in the street.
Completely stripped down for maximum drifting performance, the car sports car sports 275-section Nitto NT05 tires that provide the needed grip to handle the extreme amount of power that hides under the hood.
Originally, the MX-5 was powered by a 160hp engine but Mad Mike has opted for a ‘slight’ performance upgrade, cramming Mazda’s legendary 26B four-rotor wankel engine into the nimble MX-5’s engine compartment.
The 26B helped Mazda to win the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1991 but while 700hp were enough to conquer the French classic, Mad Mike was looking for even more: Adding two Garrett GTX40 turbo chargers to the package, the engine now provides an excess of 1000hp of power, depending on the boost pressure settings.
Weighing just 1200 kilograms and being able to throw up to 1500hp at the competition, the MX-5 RadBul undoubtedly ranks among the most extreme and most successful drift cars ever built.

BMW 1-SERIES M-COUPE STANCEWORKS EDITION

Inspired by the BMW experts over at Stanceworks, the 1-Series M-Coupé Stanceworks Edition is a special edition of BMW’s popular 1-Series road car already available in Project CARS.
Sporting a body kit inspired by BMW’s successful GT racing machinery, the car’s aero package generates up to 350lbf of downforce at 150mph. Other features include a performance-grade braking system, a new exhaust system and Fifteen52 Formula LTW Monoblock wheels.
The competition-style conversion continues inside the car as the Stanceworks 1-Series comes with a full racing rollcage, bucket seats as well as a performance steering wheel and an electronic Motec display.
The features of the Stanceworks Edition go way beyond what meets the eye though as the car’s performance has been increased as well as the car’s engine now provides 460hp thanks to increased boost pressure. Furthermore, drivers can also use a new temporary overboost feature that activates an additional 50hp for up to 8 seconds.

BMW 2002 STANCEWORKS EDITION

Stanceworks have also created a special version of a true BMW classic, as Project CARS users can exclusively enjoy the BMW 2002 Stanceworks edition.
Based on BMW’s ultra-rare 2002 Turbo road car, this special edition is inspired by BMW’s successful 1970s tin-top racers, featuring touring car-style fenders, taped headlights and hood-mounted mirrors.
Other features include Fifteen52 Integrale SC three-piece wheels, a single windscreen wiper and a twin side-exit exhaust.
Inside, the car sports a stripped interior with a contemporary racing rollcage and classic bucket seats.
The car’s standard turbo engine has replaced by a 2.0L M12/6 Formula 2 engine, producing over 260hp @ 8000rpm, making the 2002 Turbo Stanceworks a potent competitor in historic touring car races.

BANNOCHBRAE

Over 4.5 miles long, this new road course situated in the highlands of Scotland takes drivers through the village of Bannochbrae and alongside its infamous ‘misty loch’ for a stunningly beautiful driving experience replete with spectacular views and sweeping curves.

Your Project CARS career also gets extended with two exciting invitational events – the Lakeshore Vintage Cup for vehicles from the 50s-70s and the V8 Bathurst Trophy specifically for the January Free Car – the Ford Falcon FG available separately.

The third Track Expansion features four historic Classic Team Lotus cars and three historic locations to drive them on…

1965 LOTUS TYPE 40 FORD

The Lotus 40 marked the last attempt of Team Lotus in sports car racing. An improved version of the Lotus 30, the open-top car was designed primarily with competition in the North American Can-Am series in mind.
Powered by a Ford 351 Ford V8 engine, three Lotus 40 chassis were built, being driven by Lotus drivers Richie Ginther and Jim Clark as well as American racing legend A.J. Foyt.

1963 LOTUS TYPE 25 CLIMAX (F1)

Designed by Colin Chapman for competition in the 1962 Formula One World Championship season, the Lotus 25 was the first ever race car to use a monocoque chassis, setting a standard that is still used in racing to this very day.
Powered by a Coventry Climax engine, the car made its debut at the 1962 Dutch Grand Prix and helped Jim Clark to his first Grand Prix win at Spa later that year. The 25 was raced until 1965, winning 14 races and clinching 17 pole positions along the way.

1966 LOTUS TYPE 38 FORD (INDY)

The Lotus 38 became famous as the first mid-engined car to win the legendary Indianapolis 500. Designed by Colin Chapman and Len Terry, the car was powered by a Ford V8 fuel-injected engine putting out around 500hp.
Jim Clark took the car to Victory Lane at the 1965 Indianapolis 500, proving the superiority of the mid-engine concept and ending the days of front-engined roadsters in Indycar competition. A total of ten Lotus 38 chassis were built and many of its design elements were carried over to the Lotus 49 Formula One car.

1967 LOTUS TYPE 51 (FF)

Based on the Lotus 31 Formula Three car, the Lotus 51 Formula Ford became one of the company’s most successful race cars. The 51 offered Lotus’ engineering and racing experience to young drivers looking to make their way up the open-wheel ranks.
The car became a massive commercial success as a total of 218 chassis were built and gave racers access to a durable and technically-sound race car for a budget price.

ROUEN LES ESSARTS

Rouen les Essarts was a legendary motor racing venue near the French city of Rouen that was a fixture on international racing calendars from the 50s to the 70s.
Using public roads, the circuit was considered to be one of Europe’s finest and most spectacular racing venues back in the day, its 6.5 kilometre layout included challenges like a cobblestone hairpin and several blazingly-fast blind corners with little to no run-off areas, punishing driver mistakes instantly.
While racing at Rouen was unfortunately stopped a long time ago in real life, Project CARS lets everyone to test their courage by racing on what is one of the most thrilling venues racing has ever produced.

HOCKENHEIM CLASSIC

While the German Hockenheimring is still a popular venue for touring cars, formula machinery, and more to this very day, the classic Hockenheimring was a vastly different beast to the modern Grand Prix venue.
The track’s classic layout combined a twisty stadium section called the “Motodrom” with long straights cutting through the German forest. The classic Hockenheim track had a reputation for creating some of the most thrilling slipsteam battles ever seen in racing.
The combination of two very different track characteristics asks racers to make a major decision: will you go for maximum top speed or sacrifice some of it for more grip in the twisty bits? The right answer to this question is the key to a successful race at the classic Hockenheim track.

SILVERSTONE CLASSIC

Vastly different to today’s super-modern Grand Prix venue, the classic version of Silverstone takes Project CARS racers back to the days when the British Formula One venue still had much more of its original airfield-track character.
Back in the day, Silverstone was a blazingly-fast high-speed track, challenging racers with a very fast 4.7 kilometre lap with legendary corners such as Becketts, Abbey, Woodcote and Copse – names that have become synonymous with great racing in the UK and beyond.

The second Track Expansion features three legendary Aston Martin cars and an exciting new location to drive them on…

MOJAVE

Mojave is a private testing ground secluded in the wilderness of Nevada. The Mojave circuit comprises of five race layouts and a special open Test Track layout allowing players to freely practice and test their car’s performance/handling via Banked Oval, Drag Strip, Hillclimb, Skid Pan, and Tight Corner sections.

ASTON MARTIN DBR1

Designed by Ted Cutting and powered by an Aston Martin 2943cc straight six engine, the DBR1 rose to fame as Aston Martin’s first ever Le Mans champion.
Driven by Caroll Shelby & Roy Salvadori, the open-top DBR1 clinched top honors at the French classic in 1959, followed by team mates Maurice Trintignant & Paul Frère who helped Aston Martin to an impressive maiden 1-2 victory at the Circuit de la Sarthe.

2009 ASTON MARTIN DBR1-2

To celebrate the 40-year anniversary of their overall victory, Aston Martin returned to top-flight prototype racing at Le Mans in 2009, fielding the brand new Aston Martin DBR1-2.
Built to the LMP1 class prototype rules, the DBR1-2 is a closed-cockpit race car, powered by the company’s proven 6-liter V12 engine. The DBR1-2 did not only hold up well at Le Mans, it also helped the team clinch the 2009 Le Mans Series Championships, driven by elite sports car racing aces such as Darren Turner, Stefan Mücke & Tomas Enge.

2014 ASTON MARTIN VANTAGE GTE

The Vantage is Aston Martin’s current choice for competition in the ultra-competitive GTE sports car racing class. Powered by an all-aluminum 4.5 liter V8 engine, the Vantage is battling for glory against some of the world’s most prestigious sports cars.
Competing in the world’s premier GT racing class, the Vantage is packed with the latest racing technology including fully adjustable double wishbone suspension, lightweight bodyparts made of carbon & CFK and a fully-adjustable rear-wing.
The Vantage GTE has clinched countless poles, podiums, wins and fastest laps in sports car races around the globe, including classics such as the Le Mans 24 Hours and the Sebring 12 Hours.

The first Track Expansion includes New Zealand’s premier motor racing circuit – Ruapuna Pack International Raceway and three iconic and highly-successful cars from Audi…

RUAPUNA PARK INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY

Formally known as Powerbuilt Raceway, Ruapuna Park International Raceway is New Zealand’s premier motor racing facility, located 13 kilometers west of Christchurch, New Zealand.
Hosting some of New Zealand’s most exciting racing events, including the prestigious Lady Wigram Trophy and an annual round of the New Zealand V8s series, the track’s main 3.3 kilometer layout runs in an anti-clockwise direction and its challenging layout incorporates many fast sweeping corners that reward smooth and precise drivers.

AUDI R18 E-TRON QUATTRO

In 2014, the Le Mans prototype rules changed again and Audi elected to evolve their successful R18 into a new high-tech hybrid showcase. Using their e-tron electric motors to provide quattro four-wheel-drive above 120km/h, the 2014 R18 has also featured multiple energy recovery systems. A weighted flywheel is used to store energy as momentum, while Audi also evaluated a system to recover energy from the turbocharger.

AUDI R8 LMP900

One of the most successful racing sports cars in its class, the Audi R8 LMP900 won the 24 Hours of Le Mans five of the six years it competed and the American Le Mans Series six times in a row.
With a top speed of 338km/h generated by over 600 horsepower from a 3.6l L Audi FSI V8, the light carbon fibre structure covered a modular, easy-access chassis that allowed expedited changes to be made to the internals of the car during races.
Nowadays, the R8 LMP900 remains one of the fastest petrol-powered LMPs with a 3:29 at Le Mans.

1989 AUDI 90 IMSA GTO

After their rally success with their quattro all-wheel-drive system, Audi turned to track racing in the late 1980s. They won their debut production-based championship in America in 1988, but the series quickly outlawed quattro. For 1989 they turned to the GTO championship, which featured tube-framed monsters that were only required to resemble the roadcar in silhouette. With their rally-proven turbocharged inline-5 engine combined with quattro, the Audi 90 GTO produced incredible power figures yet had enough grip to put it all down even in wet conditions. Despite missing the first two races of the season during development, the 90 won six of the last nine races, and managed a very close second place in the championship. For 1990, they decided to focus on the German championship and the 90 GTO was retired, but not before becoming an icon.

CAR PACKS

The Pagani Nürburgring Combined Track Expansion featuring two beautiful vehicles from the stable of Horatio Pagani – the Huayra BC unveiled at this year’s Geneva Motor Show and the Zonda Revolucion – and the combined layout of the Nordschleife and Nürburgring Grand Prix circuit…

PAGANI HUAYRA BC

In 2011, Pagani’s Huayra took the world of supercars by storm as the prestigious Italian sports car manufacturer delivered a turbo-powered car for the very first time. Four years later, all of the strictly-limited 100 units as have sold as Pagani celebrates the model’s success with the brand-new Huayra BC.
Named after Pagani’s first-ever customer, car collector Benny Caiola, the BC takes the mid-engine Huayra concept to new heights. Slimmed down to just 1218 kilograms – a whopping 132 kilogram reduction from the regular model – the Huayra’s already-mighty V12 bi-Turbo engine has been beefed up even further.
Built by Mercedes Benz’ AMG competition arm, the M158 engine now provides an incredible 800hp of power and 1100nm of torque, transmitted using an automatic seven-speed Xtrac transmission.
99.9% of all drivers out there won’t ever have to worry about having to handle this kind of power as only 20 units of the hand-crafted Huayra BC will be built, selling for 2.4 million Euros a piece. Thankfully, Project CARS will allow all automotive enthusiasts an exclusive virtual experience with this incredible road-going masterpiece.

PAGANI ZONDA REVOLUCION

The Revolucion is Zonda’s last hooray for their famed Zonda R sports car as the Italian sports car maker ends the car’s production run with an ultra-rare, ultra-competitive version of their record-breaking creation.
Everything about the Revolucion has been pushed to the maximum as the Zonda R’s 750hp AMG V12 engine has received an additional 50hp while the car’s weight has been brought down to just 1070 kilograms.
The Zonda R has already been blurring the line between road cars and racing machinery and the Revolucion goes even further, offering drivers a fully-adjustable traction control system and a Formula-One-style DRS system.
While the car’s refined aerodynamics will help keep the Revolucion planted firmly to the track surface, a carbon-ceramic equipped Brembo braking system helps keep the beast in check.
Only five units of the 2.2 million Euro Zonda Revolucion have been built, making this one of Pagani’s rarest creations to date.

NURBURGRING NORDSCHLEIFE + GRAND PRIX TRACK

Project CARS is inviting drivers to tackle the ultimate Nürburgring challenge, giving players access to the combined Nürburgring Grand Prix and Nordschleife layout.
World-famous for hosting the annual Nürburgring 24 Hour endurance race, the combined track bridges the gap between the historic battles on the legendary Nürburgring Nordschleife and modern-day Grand Prix racing on the highly-modern GP layout.
The combined track features the shortened version of the Nürburgring’s state of the art Grand Prix layout, blending into the legendary Nürburgring Nordschleife. Racers have to master the best of both worlds as drivers have to prove themselves both on the technical bits of the modern Grand Prix track before transitioning onto the narrow, fast flowing, no-room-for-error Nordschleife layout.
The result is a spectacular 26-kilometer lap that challenges drivers with everything that has made the Nürburging a mythical place for automotive enthusiasts. From slow technical corners to long straights, elevation changes and banked corners – the combined Nürburgring layout has it all!

The fourth Track Expansion features two modified vehicles from the renowned car culture enthusiasts Stanceworks, Mad Mike Whiddett’s insane MX-5 RadBul Formula Drift car, and the KTM X-Bow R, as well as a brand-new road course of Bannochbrae set in the highlands of Scotland…

KTM X-BOW R

The X-Bow is motorcycle specialist’s KTM first ever car creation as the Austrian company has entered the sports car market with an innovative no-frills roadster.
Drivers who are looking for a comfy ride might want to look elsewhere as the X-Bow-R is a purebred performance machine, coming without extras such as ABS, electronic driving aids or air conditioning.

Instead, drivers can enjoy 300hp of power coming from a two-liter Audi TFSI engine, powering a chassis that weighs less than 800 kilograms thanks to the extensive use of carbon fibre.
Despite being fully road-legal, the X-Bow-R comes with all the features of a competition car, including a removable steering wheel, pushrod suspension, a racing-spec Brembo brake system and a rear-diffusor for improved grip.
The light and nimble sports car sprints from 0 to 100 in just 3.9 seconds, making the X-Bow-R a very potent weapon even against more powerful sports cars.

MX-5 RADBUL FORMULA DRIFT

Formula Drift Racing star “Mad” Mike Whiddett has gained a reputation for building some of the most extreme drifting machinery on this planet and his newest project is undoubtedly the most spectacular – The MX-5 RadBul Formula Drift.
Don’t be fooled by the MX-5 name as the RadBul Formula Drift might be based on Mazda’s popular MX-5 road car but other than that, the car has little to do with the Japanese roadster you might see in the street.
Completely stripped down for maximum drifting performance, the car sports car sports 275-section Nitto NT05 tires that provide the needed grip to handle the extreme amount of power that hides under the hood.
Originally, the MX-5 was powered by a 160hp engine but Mad Mike has opted for a ‘slight’ performance upgrade, cramming Mazda’s legendary 26B four-rotor wankel engine into the nimble MX-5’s engine compartment.
The 26B helped Mazda to win the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1991 but while 700hp were enough to conquer the French classic, Mad Mike was looking for even more: Adding two Garrett GTX40 turbo chargers to the package, the engine now provides an excess of 1000hp of power, depending on the boost pressure settings.
Weighing just 1200 kilograms and being able to throw up to 1500hp at the competition, the MX-5 RadBul undoubtedly ranks among the most extreme and most successful drift cars ever built.

BMW 1-SERIES M-COUPE STANCEWORKS EDITION

Inspired by the BMW experts over at Stanceworks, the 1-Series M-Coupé Stanceworks Edition is a special edition of BMW’s popular 1-Series road car already available in Project CARS.
Sporting a body kit inspired by BMW’s successful GT racing machinery, the car’s aero package generates up to 350lbf of downforce at 150mph. Other features include a performance-grade braking system, a new exhaust system and Fifteen52 Formula LTW Monoblock wheels.
The competition-style conversion continues inside the car as the Stanceworks 1-Series comes with a full racing rollcage, bucket seats as well as a performance steering wheel and an electronic Motec display.
The features of the Stanceworks Edition go way beyond what meets the eye though as the car’s performance has been increased as well as the car’s engine now provides 460hp thanks to increased boost pressure. Furthermore, drivers can also use a new temporary overboost feature that activates an additional 50hp for up to 8 seconds.

BMW 2002 STANCEWORKS EDITION

Stanceworks have also created a special version of a true BMW classic, as Project CARS users can exclusively enjoy the BMW 2002 Stanceworks edition.
Based on BMW’s ultra-rare 2002 Turbo road car, this special edition is inspired by BMW’s successful 1970s tin-top racers, featuring touring car-style fenders, taped headlights and hood-mounted mirrors.
Other features include Fifteen52 Integrale SC three-piece wheels, a single windscreen wiper and a twin side-exit exhaust.
Inside, the car sports a stripped interior with a contemporary racing rollcage and classic bucket seats.
The car’s standard turbo engine has replaced by a 2.0L M12/6 Formula 2 engine, producing over 260hp @ 8000rpm, making the 2002 Turbo Stanceworks a potent competitor in historic touring car races.

BANNOCHBRAE

Over 4.5 miles long, this new road course situated in the highlands of Scotland takes drivers through the village of Bannochbrae and alongside its infamous ‘misty loch’ for a stunningly beautiful driving experience replete with spectacular views and sweeping curves.

Your Project CARS career also gets extended with two exciting invitational events – the Lakeshore Vintage Cup for vehicles from the 50s-70s and the V8 Bathurst Trophy specifically for the January Free Car – the Ford Falcon FG available separately.

The third Track Expansion features four historic Classic Team Lotus cars and three historic locations to drive them on…

1965 LOTUS TYPE 40 FORD

The Lotus 40 marked the last attempt of Team Lotus in sports car racing. An improved version of the Lotus 30, the open-top car was designed primarily with competition in the North American Can-Am series in mind.
Powered by a Ford 351 Ford V8 engine, three Lotus 40 chassis were built, being driven by Lotus drivers Richie Ginther and Jim Clark as well as American racing legend A.J. Foyt.

1963 LOTUS TYPE 25 CLIMAX (F1)

Designed by Colin Chapman for competition in the 1962 Formula One World Championship season, the Lotus 25 was the first ever race car to use a monocoque chassis, setting a standard that is still used in racing to this very day.
Powered by a Coventry Climax engine, the car made its debut at the 1962 Dutch Grand Prix and helped Jim Clark to his first Grand Prix win at Spa later that year. The 25 was raced until 1965, winning 14 races and clinching 17 pole positions along the way.

1966 LOTUS TYPE 38 FORD (INDY)

The Lotus 38 became famous as the first mid-engined car to win the legendary Indianapolis 500. Designed by Colin Chapman and Len Terry, the car was powered by a Ford V8 fuel-injected engine putting out around 500hp.
Jim Clark took the car to Victory Lane at the 1965 Indianapolis 500, proving the superiority of the mid-engine concept and ending the days of front-engined roadsters in Indycar competition. A total of ten Lotus 38 chassis were built and many of its design elements were carried over to the Lotus 49 Formula One car.

1967 LOTUS TYPE 51 (FF)

Based on the Lotus 31 Formula Three car, the Lotus 51 Formula Ford became one of the company’s most successful race cars. The 51 offered Lotus’ engineering and racing experience to young drivers looking to make their way up the open-wheel ranks.
The car became a massive commercial success as a total of 218 chassis were built and gave racers access to a durable and technically-sound race car for a budget price.

ROUEN LES ESSARTS

Rouen les Essarts was a legendary motor racing venue near the French city of Rouen that was a fixture on international racing calendars from the 50s to the 70s.
Using public roads, the circuit was considered to be one of Europe’s finest and most spectacular racing venues back in the day, its 6.5 kilometre layout included challenges like a cobblestone hairpin and several blazingly-fast blind corners with little to no run-off areas, punishing driver mistakes instantly.
While racing at Rouen was unfortunately stopped a long time ago in real life, Project CARS lets everyone to test their courage by racing on what is one of the most thrilling venues racing has ever produced.

HOCKENHEIM CLASSIC

While the German Hockenheimring is still a popular venue for touring cars, formula machinery, and more to this very day, the classic Hockenheimring was a vastly different beast to the modern Grand Prix venue.
The track’s classic layout combined a twisty stadium section called the “Motodrom” with long straights cutting through the German forest. The classic Hockenheim track had a reputation for creating some of the most thrilling slipsteam battles ever seen in racing.
The combination of two very different track characteristics asks racers to make a major decision: will you go for maximum top speed or sacrifice some of it for more grip in the twisty bits? The right answer to this question is the key to a successful race at the classic Hockenheim track.

SILVERSTONE CLASSIC

Vastly different to today’s super-modern Grand Prix venue, the classic version of Silverstone takes Project CARS racers back to the days when the British Formula One venue still had much more of its original airfield-track character.
Back in the day, Silverstone was a blazingly-fast high-speed track, challenging racers with a very fast 4.7 kilometre lap with legendary corners such as Becketts, Abbey, Woodcote and Copse – names that have become synonymous with great racing in the UK and beyond.

The second Track Expansion features three legendary Aston Martin cars and an exciting new location to drive them on…

MOJAVE

Mojave is a private testing ground secluded in the wilderness of Nevada. The Mojave circuit comprises of five race layouts and a special open Test Track layout allowing players to freely practice and test their car’s performance/handling via Banked Oval, Drag Strip, Hillclimb, Skid Pan, and Tight Corner sections.

ASTON MARTIN DBR1

Designed by Ted Cutting and powered by an Aston Martin 2943cc straight six engine, the DBR1 rose to fame as Aston Martin’s first ever Le Mans champion.
Driven by Caroll Shelby & Roy Salvadori, the open-top DBR1 clinched top honors at the French classic in 1959, followed by team mates Maurice Trintignant & Paul Frère who helped Aston Martin to an impressive maiden 1-2 victory at the Circuit de la Sarthe.

2009 ASTON MARTIN DBR1-2

To celebrate the 40-year anniversary of their overall victory, Aston Martin returned to top-flight prototype racing at Le Mans in 2009, fielding the brand new Aston Martin DBR1-2.
Built to the LMP1 class prototype rules, the DBR1-2 is a closed-cockpit race car, powered by the company’s proven 6-liter V12 engine. The DBR1-2 did not only hold up well at Le Mans, it also helped the team clinch the 2009 Le Mans Series Championships, driven by elite sports car racing aces such as Darren Turner, Stefan Mücke & Tomas Enge.

2014 ASTON MARTIN VANTAGE GTE

The Vantage is Aston Martin’s current choice for competition in the ultra-competitive GTE sports car racing class. Powered by an all-aluminum 4.5 liter V8 engine, the Vantage is battling for glory against some of the world’s most prestigious sports cars.
Competing in the world’s premier GT racing class, the Vantage is packed with the latest racing technology including fully adjustable double wishbone suspension, lightweight bodyparts made of carbon & CFK and a fully-adjustable rear-wing.
The Vantage GTE has clinched countless poles, podiums, wins and fastest laps in sports car races around the globe, including classics such as the Le Mans 24 Hours and the Sebring 12 Hours.

The first Track Expansion includes New Zealand’s premier motor racing circuit – Ruapuna Pack International Raceway and three iconic and highly-successful cars from Audi…

RUAPUNA PARK INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY

Formally known as Powerbuilt Raceway, Ruapuna Park International Raceway is New Zealand’s premier motor racing facility, located 13 kilometers west of Christchurch, New Zealand.
Hosting some of New Zealand’s most exciting racing events, including the prestigious Lady Wigram Trophy and an annual round of the New Zealand V8s series, the track’s main 3.3 kilometer layout runs in an anti-clockwise direction and its challenging layout incorporates many fast sweeping corners that reward smooth and precise drivers.

AUDI R18 E-TRON QUATTRO

In 2014, the Le Mans prototype rules changed again and Audi elected to evolve their successful R18 into a new high-tech hybrid showcase. Using their e-tron electric motors to provide quattro four-wheel-drive above 120km/h, the 2014 R18 has also featured multiple energy recovery systems. A weighted flywheel is used to store energy as momentum, while Audi also evaluated a system to recover energy from the turbocharger.

AUDI R8 LMP900

One of the most successful racing sports cars in its class, the Audi R8 LMP900 won the 24 Hours of Le Mans five of the six years it competed and the American Le Mans Series six times in a row.
With a top speed of 338km/h generated by over 600 horsepower from a 3.6l L Audi FSI V8, the light carbon fibre structure covered a modular, easy-access chassis that allowed expedited changes to be made to the internals of the car during races.
Nowadays, the R8 LMP900 remains one of the fastest petrol-powered LMPs with a 3:29 at Le Mans.

1989 AUDI 90 IMSA GTO

After their rally success with their quattro all-wheel-drive system, Audi turned to track racing in the late 1980s. They won their debut production-based championship in America in 1988, but the series quickly outlawed quattro. For 1989 they turned to the GTO championship, which featured tube-framed monsters that were only required to resemble the roadcar in silhouette. With their rally-proven turbocharged inline-5 engine combined with quattro, the Audi 90 GTO produced incredible power figures yet had enough grip to put it all down even in wet conditions. Despite missing the first two races of the season during development, the 90 won six of the last nine races, and managed a very close second place in the championship. For 1990, they decided to focus on the German championship and the 90 GTO was retired, but not before becoming an icon.

Slide The Mustang GT is the newest addition to Ford’s iconic range. Powered by a massive 5-litre V8 engine and delivering more than 428hp of power and 528 Nm of torque, buyers can choose between a full manual and automatic six-speed gearbox, the latter coming with genuine shifting paddles – a first in the long history of the Mustang. Slide BMW's 2002 Turbo road car made the history books in 1973 by becoming Europe's first-ever mass-produced road car powered by a turbocharged engine. The 2002 Turbo's two-litre four cylinder engine provided 170hp of power, a figure that made the 2002 one of the most powerful cars on the road during its time. Unfortunately, the 1974 oil crisis forced an end to the 2002 Turbo's production after just one year as gas prices were soaring across the world. Only 1672 cars were produced during the model's limited production run, making the 2002 Turbo one of BMW's most iconic and most sought-after classics. Slide Built to the Super 2000 touring car regulations, the 320TC is BMW's weapon of choice for competition in the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) and countless national touring car series around the globe. Weighing 1170 kilograms, the car is powered by a 1.6 litre DI-turbo four-cylinder engine and a full adjustable six-speed sequential gearbox. Driven by veteran touring car aces such as Tom Coronel, Franz Engstler & Stefano D'Aste, the 320TC clinched five world championship wins. Slide Based on the Porsche 911 3.2, the 1987 CTR Yellowbird is one of Ruf’s most iconic models, and one that helped build their reputation for building no-compromise sports cars. The 3.4 liter twin-turbocharged flat six engine provided 469hp from two large turbochargers and intercoolers, and had been equipped with a new Bosch Motronic as well as an ignition setup originally designed for Porsche’s 962 Group C race car. Thanks to extensive weight-saving measures such as usage of fibreglass and aluminium, the CTR weighs just 1150 kilograms, resulting in a very impressive performance. Slide Introduced in 1964, the Ford Mustang quickly became one of the company's most-recognizable models, single handedly starting the muscle car revolution that shaped the American car market for more than a decade. After the first one million road cars of the original Mustang had been build, Ford gave its best-seller an extensive upgrade, equipping the car with a more powerful 4.7 liter V8 engine and introducing the now-iconic Fastback body style.

Focusing on different themes, motorsports, and car classes, the Project CARS Car Packs have been specially chosen to provide more opportunities within your career, more variety in online games, and continue to reflect aspirational driving experiences and modern-day car culture across the globe…

The US Race Car Pack features four iconic and powerful machines from the world of American racing…

Project CARS US Race Car Pack

Slide Starting in 2015, Cadillac joined the ultra-competitive GT3 racing scene with the brand-new ATS-V.R. Making ist debut in the Pirelli World Challenge Series, the car is build to the FIA GT3 regulations, allowing customer teams around the globe to purchase their own Cadillac race car for competition in the many racing series around the globe that are based on the popular sports car racing formula. The heart of the ATS-V.R is 3.6 liter V6 twin turbo engine. Based on the road-going engine block, the LF4.R engine has been equipped with large twin BorgWarner turbos and bigger intercoolers, giving the car very competitive 600hp of power. Since power is not worth much without balance, the car comes with a transaxle gearbox layout, allowing for a near 50-50 weight distribution. Weighing 3100 pounds and shod with massive 18-inch Pirelli tires, the ATS-V.R has everything needed to take the fight to the competitors in Project CARS’s massive GT3 grid. Slide Named DW12 in honor of the late Dan Wheldon, the DW12 is Dallara’s design for competition in the Verizon Indycar Series, North America’s most prestigous open-wheel racing series and home of the world-famous Indianapolis 500 race. Designed with an emphasis on safety, the DW12 features a Carbon fiber monocoque with honeycomb kevlar structure. The DW12 chassis are powered by mid-mounted 2.2l V6 turbo-charged engines from different manufacturers, providing up to 700hp depending on boost pressure. Weighing 714 kilograms, the nimble open wheeler is home on all kinds of race tracks the Indycar schedule has to offer, coming with cutting edge racing technology such as an Xtrac 1011 6-speed sequential seamless semi-automatic paddle shift gearbox, double A-arm pushrod suspension and a push to pass feature to give drivers an additional strategic element to consider while competing for the highest honors of American open wheel racing. Slide Players who are looking for something different will love the 2016 Ford Fusion Stock Car that poises a very different driving challenge. Designed for competition in stock car racing’s most high-profile series, the Fusion Stock Car sports Ford’s eye-catching brand characteristics, wrapping a no-frills competition package that is true to stock car racing’s root principle of making driving skills the deciding factor in competition. Looking for driving aids or electronic helpers to assist you on track? Look elsewhere as the Ford Fusion Stock car leaves handling the massive V8 engine solely to the driver as 750hp at 9,000RPMs require careful handling from skilled hands. Despite stock car racing’s traditional low-tech approach, the 2016 Ford Fusion Stock Car also comes with some some cutting-edge technology, using a fully digital dashboard system. Slide The Chevrolet Corvette C7.R is the latest generation of Corvette’s ultra-successful Corvette GT race cars that have established a stronghold in international sports car and endurance racing. Starting with the Corvette Works Team’s debut at the 2000 Le Mans 24 Hours, various generations of Corvette race cars have clinched eight wins at the French classic and other marquee endurance races around the globe, including the Daytona 24 Hours and the Sebring 12 Hours, fighting off competition from sports car racing’s most prestigious manufacturers. To ensure that the C7.R would be every bit as successful as its predecessors, the car has been packed with the latest racing technology to give drivers a maximum chance of on-track success. The car’s 5.5 liter V8 engine not only provides 491hp of power to challenge the competition with, the engine also uses direct injection technology for improved efficiency as fuel economy is a vital key to success in endurance racing. Drivers can also look forward to increased chassis stiffness & stability as the C7.R is built around an all-new aluminum frame.

US Car Pack also adds two new invitational events to Project CARS’ extensive career mode as the IndyCar Trophy & Stock Car Trophy are inviting players to put the brand new machinery to the test!

The Renault Sport Car Pack featuring five breathtaking machines from the legendary performance and special vehicles division of Renault…

Project CARS Renault Sport Car Pack

Slide A purebred racer down to the core, the R.S. 01 is Renault Sport Technology's newest creation for on-track competition. Weighing just 1100 kilograms, the R.S. 01 is powered by a 500hp Nissan Nismo V6 3.8 liter twin turbo engine mated to a SADEV seven-speed sequential gearbox. The R.S.01 is packed to the brim with the latest racing technology as the Dallara-built carbon fiber monocoque chassis is equipped with a double wishbone layout suspension, pushrods and Öhlins dampers as well as six-piston carbon brakes and Bosch Motorsport ABS. The R.S. 01 exclusively races in the Renault Sport Trophy that is part of the World Series by Renault events, aiming to provide a proving ground for young drivers looking to make it up the sports car racing ladder. Slide The Formula Renault 3.5 Series is a major step on the career ladder of drivers aiming to make it to the highest echelons of open wheel racing. Using a Dallara-built carbon chassis, the Formula 3.5 Series open wheeler is equipped with all technology aspiring open wheel drivers need to master to make it to the top, including a powerful 530hp Gibson V8 engine, semi-automatic gearbox, carbon brakes and sophisticated data logging to analyze and improve driver performance. Furthermore, the high-downforce open wheeler is also using a F1-style Drag Reduction System rear wing, allowing spectacular passing moves as drivers can activate higher straight-line speeds to make it past their opponents. Slide The Mégane R.S. 275 Trophy-R continues Renault’s tradition of class-leading hot hatches, creating a racy track special that proves a lot of racing spirit can hide in hatchback form. A stripped back, two-seater version of the regular Megane R.S. 275, the Trophy-R clinched the Nürburgring Nordschleife lap record for two wheel-drive production vehicles at launch in 2014, lapping the Green Hell in just 7:54.361. The impressive on-track performance has been archived by lowering the car's weight by no less than 100 kilos compared to the standard model while raising the power output to 275hp. Trademark features of the Trophy-R include Recaro Pole Position seats, a limited slip differential, adjustable Ohlins Road and Track dampers, and 19-inch wheels equipped with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 rubber. Slide Built by Renault Sport Technologies, the Megane Trophy V6 was used in Renault’s long-running Eurocup Megane Trophy racing series all across Europe. Built around a FIA-approved tube frame chassis, the Megane Trophy car is powered by a 3.5 liter V6 24V engine, providing the driver with 360hp to battle it out on track. Weighing little over 1000 kilograms, the car features advanced racing technologies such as a paddle-shifting system, double wishbone suspension and adjustable dampers. Slide The 442B is one of Renault’s most successful race cars ever built, helping the French company to its only overall victory at the legendary 24 Heures du Mans. Powered by a Renault-Gordini 2-liter V6 turbo engine, the 442B was the most extreme of Renault’s Le Mans competitors, featuring a glass bubble canopy over the cockpit for improved straight-line performance on the track’s legendary Mulsanne straight. After several unsuccessful tries, the 442B finally helped Renault on the top of the podium at Le Mans in 1978, being driven by Frenchmen Jean-Pierre Jaussaud and Didier Pironi. Their victory came as a result of hard work behind the wheel as Pironi turned out to be too tired to even climb the podium after bringing the prototype to the checkered flag.

Players can also compete in the Renault Masters Trophy event via a new contract available in their career.

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…

Project CARS Japanese Car Pack

Slide 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. Slide 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. Slide 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. Slide 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. Slide 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. Slide 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!

Players can run the Toyota TS040 Hybrid and GT-86 Rocket Bunny GT in career via new contracts you’ll receive in the LMP1 and GT4 classes.

The Old Vs New Car Pack feature three retro machines and their modern-day counterparts from the factories of BMW, Ford, and Ruf…

Slide The Mustang GT is the newest addition to Ford’s iconic range. Powered by a massive 5-litre V8 engine and delivering more than 428hp of power and 528 Nm of torque, buyers can choose between a full manual and automatic six-speed gearbox, the latter coming with genuine shifting paddles – a first in the long history of the Mustang. Slide BMW's 2002 Turbo road car made the history books in 1973 by becoming Europe's first-ever mass-produced road car powered by a turbocharged engine. The 2002 Turbo's two-litre four cylinder engine provided 170hp of power, a figure that made the 2002 one of the most powerful cars on the road during its time. Unfortunately, the 1974 oil crisis forced an end to the 2002 Turbo's production after just one year as gas prices were soaring across the world. Only 1672 cars were produced during the model's limited production run, making the 2002 Turbo one of BMW's most iconic and most sought-after classics. Slide Built to the Super 2000 touring car regulations, the 320TC is BMW's weapon of choice for competition in the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) and countless national touring car series around the globe. Weighing 1170 kilograms, the car is powered by a 1.6 litre DI-turbo four-cylinder engine and a full adjustable six-speed sequential gearbox. Driven by veteran touring car aces such as Tom Coronel, Franz Engstler & Stefano D'Aste, the 320TC clinched five world championship wins. Slide Based on the Porsche 911 3.2, the 1987 CTR Yellowbird is one of Ruf’s most iconic models, and one that helped build their reputation for building no-compromise sports cars. The 3.4 liter twin-turbocharged flat six engine provided 469hp from two large turbochargers and intercoolers, and had been equipped with a new Bosch Motronic as well as an ignition setup originally designed for Porsche’s 962 Group C race car. Thanks to extensive weight-saving measures such as usage of fibreglass and aluminium, the CTR weighs just 1150 kilograms, resulting in a very impressive performance. Slide Introduced in 1964, the Ford Mustang quickly became one of the company's most-recognizable models, single handedly starting the muscle car revolution that shaped the American car market for more than a decade. After the first one million road cars of the original Mustang had been build, Ford gave its best-seller an extensive upgrade, equipping the car with a more powerful 4.7 liter V8 engine and introducing the now-iconic Fastback body style.

Players will also find a new career event – the BMW 320TC Touring Challenge – a four-round series featuring the BMW 320TC at Oulton Park International, Oschersleben GP, Sakitto Sprint, and Imola. This can be unlocked by attaining 28 career podium finishes.

All other new cars fall into the classes of Road A, Road B, or Historic Touring 2, and are therefore eligible to enter any of the appropriate career series for those classes.

The Racing Icons Car Pack adds Bentley to the list of manufacturers within Project CARS with GT and Prototype cars along with three powerful GT machines from Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and McLaren…

Project CARS Racing Icons Car Pack

Slide BENTLEY CONTINENTAL GT3 - In 1994, Bentley previewed a small and sporty new addition to their lineup. After a change of ownership and years of development, the Continental GT was launched in 2003. With an unusual W12 engine layout boosted by twin turbochargers, the near-200mph performance put most sportscars to shame while still offering superlative luxury. In 2013, after the launch of the new V8-powered Continental GT, Bentley announced their intention to develop a GT3 racing version. Stripped of its four-wheel-drive system and its wood and leather interior, the lightweight GT3 hit the track by the end of the year. Placing fourth on its debut in the Gulf 12 Hours, for 2014 Bentley entered two cars in the main European endurance series to demonstrate their reliability. Slide BMW V12 LMR - In the final seasons of the 1990s, GT1 racing was fading away. After success as an engine supplier, BMW announced that for the 1998 season they would move up to Le Mans Prototypes with their own V12 LM roadster. After initial issues, the car was thoroughly redesigned for 1999 as the V12 LMR, and won its debut at the Sebring 12 Hours. At Le Mans, despite an accident for the #17 car and fast opposition, the #15 V12 LMR and its drivers hung on through the early morning hours and claimed overall victory by a single lap. The BMW claimed another three wins in the American endurance series that year, and another two victories during the 2000 season before being retired as BMW stepped up again, this time to Grand Prix racing. Slide BENTLEY SPEED8 LMGTP - For the third year of their return to Le Mans, Bentley evolved their EXP coupe prototype into the Speed 8. Built in Norfolk in the UK, the Bentley was powered by a twin-turbo 4-litre V8 bolted to the back of a carbon-fibre tub and clothed in a sleek British Racing Green bodyshell. The 2003 Speed 8 made its debut at the 12 Hours of Sebring where it started at the back of the field yet managed to storm past all but two of its competitors to take a podium finish. For Le Mans, the Bentley team started on pole, and between their two #7 and #8 entries led almost every lap to give Bentley their first win since 1930. Mission accomplished, the five Speed 8 chassis were retired and now only make appearances at festivals and shows. Slide 1998 MERCEDES-BENZ CLK-LM - Despite a passing resemblance to the CLK production car, the 1997 Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR was a true prototype with only a limited run built to satisfy the GT1 ruleset. After six wins in 1997 and a further two in early 1998, the car was revised as the CLK LM, replacing the high-strung V12 engine with a venerable racing V8 based on the unit in the Sauber C9. Despite missing out on success at Le Mans, the CLK LM went on to win every other race that it was ever entered for. Such a show of dominance effectively ended the GT1 class though as nobody else could compete against it. Slide 1997 MCLAREN F1 GTR - With an outright win at Le Mans in 1995, the McLaren F1 immediately proved to be as competent on the race track as it was on the road. By 1997, the competition had evolved sufficiently for McLaren to introduce a new 'long-tail' body for the F1 GTR. With five wins in its first international championship season, the longtail GTR was an immediate success with wins in Spain, Italy, Britain and Belgium. The GTR kept racing in Japan for several seasons before finally becoming eligible for historic GT events.

Add three limited-run custom machines to your garage with the Modified Car Pack…

Project CARS Modified Car Pack

Slide Created in celebration of the ten year anniversary of the initial ground-breaking track-racer, the Ariel Atom 3 Mugen is instantly recognisable with its exposed red chassis and white bodywork whilst underneath the hood a tuned Honda Type R engine gets it from 0-60 in just 2.9 seconds. As trackday cars experiences go, the Atom 3 Mugen takes it to another level. Slide With only five chassis ever built, the Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster is an open-top hypercar with a monstrous top speed, racecar levels of downforce, and extravagant beauty to match its multi-million-dollar price tag. Featuring a carbon fiber body and 678bhp V12 engine, the Cinque Roadster is the perfect companion for a relaxed drive along the Azure Coast or hunting for a lap record at the track. Slide Further blurring the lines between reality and gaming, the Ruf CTR3 SMS-R is a race spec version created by the talented engineers at veteran developers Slightly Mad Studios of the already-impressive Ruf CTR3 super sports car. With a stripped interior, bespoke bodywork and highly-tuned engine, the Ruf CTR3 SMS-R produces over 750 horsepower and a staggering 330 km/h top speed making it a truly unique combination of technical excellence and aesthetic passion.

Featuring cars from the Touring, Road, Prototype, and GT disciplines, the Limited Edition Car Pack contains five legendary cars with a combined top speed of over 1200 km/h and 2000+ horsepower!

Project CARS Limited Edition Car Pack

Slide Sauber C9 – This Group C Prototype still holds one of the fastest records at Le Mans with wins in all but one race of the World Championship in 1989 Slide BMW M1 ProCar – Driven by legends such as Niki Lauda and Nelson Piquet, and with a custom paint job by artist Andy Warhol, the M1 ProCar is iconic in motorsports culture Slide 1967 Ford Mk IV – Winner of both the 1967 Le Mans 24H and Sebring 12H, and driven by legendary driver Mario Andretti, the Mk IV still holds the record of being the only American car to have ever won the classic endurance race Slide McLaren F1 – Featuring a central driving position and butterfly doors, the McLaren F1 is one of the fastest production cars ever made with a 0-60 time just over 3 seconds Slide Mercedes-AMG C-Class Coupe DTM – Building upon its predecessor that was the most successful car in the 28-year history of DTM, the C-Class Coupe DTM is stronger and safer making it one of the most competitive cars running in DTM today