Forza Motorsport Update Adds Car Progression Changes, Spotlight Cars

Turn 10 Studios released Forza Motorsport Update 6 today adding the car progression changes they mentioned last month. The update has removed level restriction on performance parts, making them all available at Car Level 1. This allows players to install parts in any order they wish.

Players can now use in-game Credits to acquire Car Points when exiting the upgrade screen at a ratio of 4,500 Credits for 500 Car Points. Players can choose to upgrade their car instantly with Credits or earn Car Points through car leveling if they’re saving Credits. The update also modified the pit lane exit at Daytona to mitigate track-rejoin collisions and added more lighting options to the livery editor.

Every week, Spotlight cars take center stage in the Showroom, offering you the opportunity to obtain them at a 30% discount using in-game credits. These cars are eligible for use in the new Combustion Tour, as well as Spotlight Series events in Featured Multiplayer and Rivals.

  • 2014 Alfa Romeo 4C – March 13 – 20
  • 2002 Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec II – March 20 – 27
  • 1969 Dodge Charger R/T – March 27 – April 3
  • 2014 Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 – April 3 – 10

Here’s the Forza Motorsport Car Pass schedule for the upcoming four weeks:

  • 1983 Nissan #23 Nissan Motorsports Silvia Super Silhouette – Releases on March 13
  • 2019 Toyota 86 TRD SE – Releases on March 20
  • 2020 Lexus #14 VASSER SULLIVAN RC F GT3 – Releases on March 27
  • 1986 Lotus #12 Team Lotus 98T – Releases on April 3

The next Forza Motorsport track is scheduled to release in April. Make sure to check out the patch notes and blog for more details.