Forza Horizon 4 Turns Your World Into an Off-Road, Airborne Car Party
Jalopnik, Sept. 25, 2018
I think it was during the second or third time I went airborne in a Lancia 037 Stradale—a leap that was higher, faster and further than I’d ever experienced in the previous installment—that I realized how truly jump-happy Forza Horizon 4 is. I didn’t think this was possible, as the last game was also extremely gravity-optional, but here we are.

You Can Finally Race the GRC Bug Against the Desert Dingo Racing Stock Bug Thanks to Forza Horizon 4
VWVortex, Sept.  
The Forza team has finally released the full car list for its latest open-world arcade racer, Forza Horizon 4, and suffice it to say, it looks pretty solid. Not only is it 450-cars long, it features no fewer than 16 VWs, among them the 2003 Golf R32, ’95 Corrado VR6, and the ’63 Type De Luxe (full list below).

Stuff Magazine
August 2018 issue

Forza Horizon 4 gets world premiere at E3 2018
CNET News, June 11, 2018
Set in England and featuring dynamic seasonal changes to race through, Forza Horizon 4 debuted at Microsoft’s E3 2018 press conference.

Microsoft E3 2018: Forza Horizon 4 Announced, Will be Online, Open World; Coming October 2
TechRaptor, June 10, 2018
Forza Horizon 4 was officially announced during Microsoft’s press conference with a trailer. The trailer showed off cars racing through several countryside locations.

Volkswagen #1107 Desert Dingo Racing Stock Bug
Forza Wiki, Undated
The 1970 Volkswagen #1107 Desert Dingo Racing Stock Bug (abbreviated as #1107 VW Bug) is a custom car based on the Volkswagen Beetle featured in Forza Horizon 2 as part of the Rockstar Car Pack and in Forza Motorsport 7 as a Showcase reward.

Desert Dingo Racing featured in inaugural Air-Cooled Nation podcast
Air-Cooled Nation, June 10, 2018
“Coach Dan” was kind enough to include us in the inaugural episode of his podcast Air-Cooled Nation, which just launch on iTunes. Listen here…

Desert Dingo Racing in Forza Horizon 4
GameSpot, June 10, 2018
Forza Horizon 4 developer Playground Games, which was recently acquired by Microsoft, has shared some exciting new details on the Xbox One and PC racing game. During a meeting at E3 2018 this week, Playground’s Ben Penrose spoke about how Forza Horizon 4 offers the “biggest paradigm shift” since the Forza Horizon series began back in 2012. Read more…

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