The Geneva Motor Show is not just for the real life cars anymore. Three racing giants - Slightly Mad Studios, Polyphony and Playground Games have revealed the next few sets of wheels racing to join their virtual ranks in the near future.
Project Cars 2's developer, Slightly Mad Studios announced the McLaren 720S. The car made its first public appearance at the Geneva Motor Show, and it will be available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC later this year.
The McLaren 720S is lighter than its predecessor the 650S, with a lower centre of gravity, double the aerodynamic efficiency, and comes with a new twin-turbo 4L V8 which can go 0-100km/h in just 2.9 seconds, and all the way up to 341km/h.
Gran Turismo Sport will become richer by one car as well, and it'll be the the Fittipaldi EF7. The car will be a part of the series’ Vision GT vehicles, with the exception that it will be made into a real life car, available for purchase. It will be extremely exclusive, though, as only 25 vehicles are planned to be made. Fittipaldi EF7 will come equipped with a 600bhp, naturally-aspirated, 4.8L V8 and weigh less than 1000 kilograms.
Forza Horizon 3 developers announced the first sports car from India: Tata Motors’ new TAMO Racemo. The car will become available for free to all Forza 3 players. TAMO Racemo boasts a three cylinder turbo engine with 187 horsepower and 155 pound-feet of torque. The Racemo will be available as a part of the March car pack, which will be the last pack in the game's Car pass.