The top of the 8 Series BMW line arrives to Mexico in Horizon Creatives.
The 1995 BMW 850CSi used an upgraded version of the engine fitted to the 850i, it was so vastly improved that BMW had to label this new motor differently, and it was now known as the S70B56. This new engine had a 5.6-liter capacity, making it bigger; and it produced 375 bhp which meant it was definitely meaner.
As an authentic touring car star, the 850CSi drives from the rear wheels and its massive power is controlled through a 6-gear transmission.
You can ride on this mean machine by earning 80 PTS on this series from September 21 until October 12!
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This is what you can expect from the Festival Playlist on Week 1 of Horizon Creatives
- 80 PTS: 1995 BMW 850CSi
- 160 PTS: 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 by Gunther Werks
- 20 PTS: 2021 BMW M3
- 40 PTS: 2015 Mercedes-AMG GT S
One of the most iconic sedans of all time is back in the 2021 BMW M3. We can tell this modern classic has been hitting the gym, just take a look at its brand-new bulkier design screaming for you to take it out on the track!
The 2021 M3 will be available to unlock for 20 PTS on the first week of the Festival Playlist.
A true racing exotic will be available in the Forzathon Shop as the 1998 TVR Cerbera Speed 12 becomes available for 75 FP. And if you are looking for some new flare, we will also put the Cuckoo Car Horn and Spaik Jumper for purchase.
Keep on reading to find a complete list of unlockables and rewards for the “Summer” season of this new series.
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