Project CARS Adds 'Fast And Furious 7' Lykan Hypersport Car As Its First Free Vehicle [VIDEO]

By Steve Buja , Updated Mar 30, 2015 12:29 PM EDT
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You can't make a car game without getting in on some cross-promotion with this week's (insanely, wonderfully) anticipated release of Fast & Furious 7. Forza Horizon has already given us their homage to the world's greatest action franchise, and now Project CARS has shown off their contribution to 'the familia'.

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The first free car arriving to the much delayed Project CARS is the Lykan Hypersport, or as you may know it better as 'the car Vin Diesel drives from a floor of one building, crashes through a window and INTO ANOTHER BUILDING'.

While I don't think Project CARS will be letting you do that because "realism" is the thing every driving sim is going for - a terrible idea if you ask me - you have to admit that this game looks amazing. I can feel the powerful bond of extended family just pulsing through it, and every time I will drive this, I will imagine I'm wearing an impressively nice tuxedo while escaping a pissed off Jason Statham.

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Life's far more exciting if you imagine Statham lurking around every corner, waiting to strike you down.

Project CARS has been delayed once again until mid-May for "polishing" reasons. Our patience grows a bit thin towards the beautiful looking racer. Delays are understandable - even expected - but this is starting to feel like you're hiding something. That having been said, the more Fast & Furious promotions we have in the world, the better.

Furious 7 (the movie's official title) hits theaters this Friday and I can honestly say that while I'm excited for the next Avengers movie, I am over the moon, unhealthily happy that the saga of Dom and family is getting its next chapter.

Check out the Lykan in action below.

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