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PGR4's rubber hits the road October 2nd

David Dreger
08.23.07
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MS just sent out an announcement that Project Gotham Racing 4 will be arriving on October 2nd for the MSRP of $59.99. To sweeten the deal, the also announced some more vehicles in the game, both those with two wheels and four. Personal favorites at X3F Towers in the most recent bunch include the Ariel Atom 300 Supercharged, making a return since being introduced in PGR2, and getting "High Def'd" in PGR3. Since it would be boring to use some stock PGR4 logo as the image for the post, we're grabbing the Ariel's segment from Top Gear and spreading the love. Full list of announced vehicles after the break.



Cars
• Ariel Atom 300 Supercharged (2004)
• Aston Martin V8 Vantage (2005)
• Austin Mini Cooper S (1964)
• Chevrolet Camaro Z28 (1969)
• Ferrari F430 (2004)
• Caparo T1 (2007)
• Caterham R500 (2000)
• Lamborghini Gallardo (2004)
• Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren (2005)
• Tesla Roadster (2008)

Motorcycles
• BMW F 800 S (2006)
• Honda NR750 (1992)
• Honda CBR600RR (2005)
• Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14 (2007)
• MTT Turbine Superbike (2006)
• MV Agusta F4 Senna (2006)
• Norton 500 Manx (1962)
• Triumph Speed Triple (2005)
• Triumph Trident (2005)

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