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Project CARS Limited Edition Now Available for Pre-Order

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Finally, after around 2 years of development, Slightly Mad Studios started taking pre-orders for the Project CARS.

Presented in a beautiful steel case along with four striking sleeve designs and a behind-the-scenes book entitled “Project CARS: By Racers 4 Racers”, the Limited Edition also comes complete with five legendary cars drivable in any game mode and showcased with special one-make series within your career.

With a combined top speed of over 1200 km/h and with 2000+ horsepower between them, the BMW M1 Procar, Mercedes C-Coupe DTM, McLaren F1, and Sauber C9 are all leading examples in sports, touring, and prototype car culture ready for you to push to the limit out on the track in all game modes.

Here are the exclusive cars:

b2ap3_thumbnail_mclarenf1.pngMcLaren F1
Featuring a central driver seating position and butterfly doors, the McLaren F1 has a lightweight, streamlined body hiding an engine capable of 240mph and a 0-60 time of just over 3 seconds. To this day it remains one of the fastest production cars ever made.






Sauber C9
With a top speed of 248mph, the Sauber C9 was a Group C Prototype that still holds one of the fastest records at Le Mans. In the 1989 season it won all but one race of the World Championship making it a dominant force on the track and an aspirational legend.





BMW M1 ProCar
During its years participating in a bespoke one-make series, Group 4 events, and various national series, the M1 Procar saw many legendary drivers such as Niki Lauda and Nelson Piquet behind the wheel and even a custom paint job by visionary artist Andy Warhol.





Mercedes-AMG C-Class Coupé DTM
With its predecessor being the most successful car in the 28-year history of DTM, the AMG C-Class Coupé is a stronger, safer machine built on a naturally-aspirated V8 engine and incorporating larger wheels and a huge rear wing to make it one of the most competitive cars running in DTM today.





1967 Ford Mk IV
Winner of both the 1967 Le Mans 24H and Sebring 12H, and driven by legendary driver Mario Andretti, the Mk IV was ahead of its time breaking new technical ground that has influenced car construction through to the modern day where it still holds the record of being the only American car to have ever won the classic endurance race.




Preorder here.

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