More Cars Revealed for Forza Motorsport 2

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More cars that are set to be included in Forza Motorsport 2 have been revealed today, including the following models:

1998 Toyota AB Flug S900 Supra Turbo
2000 Honda Aerogear Integra Type-R
2003 Toyota APR Performance Celica GTS
2000 Audi AWE Tuning SilverBullet S4
1995 Toyota Border MR2 Turbo T-bar
2003 Chevrolet Corvette Guldstrand Edition
1994 Honda Do-Luck NSX
1992 Toyota Do-Luck Supra
2003 Nissan Fairlady Z Custom Edition
2003 Ford FocusSport SVT Focus
2003 Lexus Foose Design IS430 Project Car
2000 Dodge Hennessey Viper 800TT
2006 Mitsubishi HKS Time Attack Evolution
1995 Mazda INGS RX-7
2002 Chevrolet Lingenfelter 427 Corvette
1999 Mitsubishi MINE’S CP9A Lancer Evolution VI
1993 Nissan MINE’S R32 Skyline GT-R
2002 Nissan MINE’S R34 Skyline GT-R
2004 Honda Mugen Civic Type-R
2002 Honda Mugen Integra Type-R
2003 Honda Mugen S2000
1995 Mazda RE-Amemiya RX-7
2003 Mitsubishi Sparco Lancer Evolution VIII
1998 Subaru Tommy Kaira Impreza M20b
2002 Nissan Tommy Kaira Skyline GT-R R34
1995 Toyota Tom’s T020 MR2
2002 Toyota Tom’s W123 MR-S
2002 Toyota Tom’s Z382 Soarer
1998 Toyota Top Secret 0-300 Supra
2000 Nissan Top Secret D1-Spec S15
1998 Toyota VeilSide Supra Fortune 03
1998 Toyota VeilSide Supra Fortune 99
2000 Acura VIS Racing Integra Type-R
1995 Toyota VIS Racing MR2 Turbo T-bar
2004 Honda Wings West Civic Si

Forza fans should also be happy to hear that Microsoft has confirmed today that a demo for Forza Motorsport 2 is heading to the Xbox Live Marketplace soon, with details on specific release timing to be announced in the coming weeks. Forza Motorsport 2 is set to ship for the Xbox 360 on May 15th. Additional game info can be found out forzamotorsport.net.

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