Another month has come and gone, so Turn 10 and Playground Games are now bringing us another downloadable car pack for Forza Horizon 2. This one carries the title NAPA Chassis Car Pack, and it comes with six new machines to roll around in. In traditional fashion, the cars cover a wide variety of driving styles and ages. There are two supercars, a pair of classics, a 500-plus-horsepower wagon and a similarly powerful luxury SUV.

The actual cars in the pack are as follows (in handy chronological order no less): 1970 Buick GSX, 1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Super Sport, 2002 Lotus Esprit V8, 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged. 2015 Audi RS6 Avant, and 2015 McLaren 650S Coupe

The AWD and incredible power of the Audi Avant should make it a great all-round choice for players looking to try something different, and the incredible 650S from McLaren will likely find lots of garages to call home. I like seeing Forza still focus on great cult cars like the Lotus and Buick, and dropping in something a little different for those off-road races with the Range Rover seems pretty inspired to me. After reviewing the Supercharged Range Rover myself, I feel like it certainly deserves a slot on the Forza roster.

The pack is available to download today for all Xbox One players, and it carries a price of $5. If you are the proud owner of the Season Pass, these cars are all free. If you just want to try out one of these new cars, the Lotus is available as a separate download all on its own for the low sale price of free.

You can check out a little more info about each car as well as a video showing off all the new machines in action after the break. Be sure to hit those comments with which one is your favorite from this list.

Click past the jump to read more about Forza Horizon 2’s new NAPA Chassis Car Pack.

NAPA Chassis Car Pack Cars

1970 Buick GSX

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The 1970 GSX is one of the all-time great muscle cars from the end of the original horsepower wars. It came equipped with a 455-cubic-inch, big block, V-8 engine that was conservatively rated at 360 horsepower. Buick crammed it with some of the best performance parts it could get its hands on so it had a Hurst shifter, larger valves, a new cam, and a posi-traction rear end. It is loud, proud, and ready to be flogged.

1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Super Sport

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The 1980s represented a pretty low spot in the world of the automotive enthusiast, but still there were a few bright spots like the Monte Carlo SS. 1988 is the last year that GM created the G-Body Monte Carlo, and it fitted the SS with a 5.0-liter V-8. This was also the last year that GM campaigned this generation Monte Carlo in NASCAR racing; it moved to the Lumina Coupe for the 1989 season.

2002 Lotus Esprit V8

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When it comes to the legendary world of wedge-shaped supercars, the Lotus Esprit is one of the most well-known and well regarded. The car first debuted way back in 1972 as a concept, but Lotus kept it in production until 2002 by continually making improvements and adjustments. The final cars in 2002 came powered by a twin-turbo V-8. The car only made 350 horsepower, but a low weight made it incredibly fast and it was capable of reaching a top speed of more than 175 mph.

2014 Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged

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When it comes to super-fast, super-luxurious SUVs, it is hard to think of anything that is quite as great as the supercharged Range Rover. With the same supercharged, 5.0-liter V-8 that Jag uses in the F-Type crammed under the hood, and enough leather to provide purses to every woman in France, this Range Rover is a unique and wonderful beast. Best of all, you don’t have to pay for fuel in Forza Horizon so you can beat it as hard as you want.

2015 Audi RS6 Avant

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Arguably the greatest wagon ever made, the Audi RS6 Avant is a machine with few equals. It takes a turbocharged V-8 that makes more than 500 horsepower, Quattro AWD and a cabin that is fit for a king and it crams it all inside of a sleek but usable wagon body shell. This thing is about as close to perfect as a car gets in 2014. Buy it, drive it, and love it. Just please don’t pull a David Beckham...

2015 McLaren 650S Coupe

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I don’t think McLaren’s newest supercar really needs much of an introduction, but if you have been hiding under a rock, here it is. The 650S is the replacement for the 12C, and it enhances its predecessor in every way. But taking design elements and engineering gained from the P1 project, the 650S is lighter, more aerodynamic and more powerful. Originally the 650S was designed as a separate model to be carried in the McLaren family, but demand was so high that McLaren decided to kill the 12C and work exclusively on the 650S as their mainstream model.

Press Release

The roads and countryside of Forza Horizon 2 beg for you to leave your mark on them. The NAPA Chassis® Car Pack for Forza Horizon 2 on Xbox One has arrived, bringing five amazing news cars to blaze trails, break records, or just enjoy a casual cruise in.

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First off the new McLaren 650S Coupe’s uncanny acceleration and preposterous top speed will satisfy the elitist in you. If you want get away from it all, there’s no better way than in the Supercharged Land Rover. Need muscle? Take the classic form of the Buick GSX or the later model Monte Carlo SS for a spin. We all need more wagon in our lives and the Audi RS6 is ready to run around town or serve up surprises at the track.

The NAPA Chassis® Car Pack for Forza Horizon 2 on Xbox One is available today for $5 in the Xbox Live store. Starting today, also available this month for free for all Xbox One players is the 2002 Lotus Esprit V8.

2015 McLaren 650S Coupe

Some might call the 650S a McLaren 12C with a facelift, but that would sell the performance of McLaren’s latest far too short. With the 650S, McLaren delivers a car that is even more refined than the 12C. The 650S is lighter, faster, and more nimble than the 12C and also draws cues from the now-legendary P1. In the supercar horsepower battle the 650S stands its ground with horsepower worthy of its namesake (641 to be exact). True to McLaren form, acceleration is at the forefront, with 60 mph achieved in less than three seconds and more than 120 mph in a little over eight seconds. With features like brake-steering, an F1-influenced drag reduction system, and a body that increases downforce by 40 percent at speeds of 150 mph and above, the 650S is at the top of its game.

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2014 Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged

Do you need to separate yourself from the chaos and simplicities of day to day monotony? If so, there’s no more sublime solution than a Land Rover. Built with the security of a tank, the insular depth of an isolation chamber, and, in its supercharged form, enough gusto to give it supercar like acceleration, this Land Rover is built to satisfy the most peculiar of tastes. The Range Rover Supercharged is also a Land Rover in its truest form, built to devour any terrain you put under it. So take it on a road trip, blast through the fields, or just roll like royalty through the city streets. If you can’t find solace driving this Land Rover, then just appreciate the whine of the supercharger as it sings its own song of serenity.

1970 Buick GSX

If you are talking 1970 muscle, the Buick GSX deserves as much chatter as any of the other big-block V8-powered monsters of its era, and perhaps more. Once Buick talked itself into building a “mid-size” car with a motor larger than 400 CID, they didn’t cut any corners in making sure the GSX would hang tough with the best of the rest from GM. In fact, the only limitation they did place on the car was color choice, since you could only order a GSX in “Apollo White” or “Saturn Yellow.” Throughout the rest of the car you will find the best features from other GM branches, such as Pontiac’s hood-mounted tachometer. Conservatively rated at 360 hp, the 455 V8 had larger valves, a slicker cam, a Posi-traction rear end, and a revised Hurst transmission. Even the motor itself was designed lean and weighed 150 pounds less than that its brethren. Run the GSX through the traps and you will love the roar of its exhaust. If it’s too loud, or the torque is too much for you, maybe a rocking chair should be your next ride.

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2015 Audi RS 6 Avant

If the local grocery store or soccer field is half a state away, the RS 6 Avant should be your car of choice. Why? Because the Avant can get a family of five and their gear from point A to point B at speeds that would only qualify as “absurd.” Under its gorgeous composed form is a lightweight, mostly aluminum chassis. Beneath the hood is a twin-turbo V8 with enough juice to put this wagon in the supercar category. More than 500 horsepower and the accompanying torque put through Audi’s proven AWD system give this wagon the tools to get the job done, whether it be on tarmac, the back roads, or any path set before it. Restyled for 2015, the RS 6 is fresher than ever and ready to blow your mind as well as the doors off most anything that comes within striking distance.

1988 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Super Sport

This long-beloved sedan from the Bow-Tie boys was named after the famed city of high rollers and higher stakes. In its Super Sport dress, this Monte is a late-eighties muscle car that awaits the pleasures of the strip and begs to be flown from the highest launch points you can find. The Monte Carlo was Chevy’s standard-bearer in the realms of NASCAR until it was replaced by the Lumina, so it is no stranger to the track either. 1988 represents the last of the G-bodied Monte’s, and thus the end of an era.

2002 Lotus Esprit V8

Cars are an art form, and few make the case as clearly as the Lotus Esprit. Originally unveiled as a concept car in 1972, the Esprit carried the flag as one of the great British supercars for more than 30 years. The Esprit’s evolution took it from a naturally-aspirated four-cylinder to the twin-turbo V8 of 2002. The internally developed all-aluminum 90-degree V8 was code-named “Type 918.” Horsepower potential was near 500, but the 918 was detuned to a very healthy 350 HP to accommodate the limitations of the transmission. In the Lotus tradition, lightness has always been a factor in its performance. Acceleration is brisk and top speeds are in excess of 175 MPH. The Esprit’s classic wedge design, now in its fifth emanation, was revamped in 1993 by designer Julian Thomson. Whether you choose the Esprit for its breathtaking performance or its timeless design, getting behind the wheel will is always a thrill.

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