Need for Speed SHIFT Ferrari DLC Screens and Info

A slew of Ferraris are coming to Need for Speed SHIFT this month -- but for the next eight days exclusively to Xbox LIVE -- via a 'Ferrari Racing Series' downloadable content pack from publisher Electronic Arts. The new DLC packs in ten different Ferraris and eight new racing events containing forty-six challenges designed specifically for the new cars.

The new cars can be used in online races and the pack includes one hundred twenty-five new gamerpoints worth of achievements to be unlocked.

Here's a complete list of what's included:

    Ten New Cars
  • 1996 Ferrari F50 GT
  • 2005 Ferrari F430 Spider
  • 2005 Ferrari FXX
  • 2005 Ferrari Superamerica
  • 2006 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano
  • 2006 Ferrari F430 Challenge (Online/Quick event only)
  • 2006 Ferrari F430 GTC (Online/Quick event only)
  • 2007 Ferrari 430 Scuderia
  • 2008 Ferrari California
  • 2008 Ferrari 16M Scuderia Spider

    Eight New Ferrari Racing Events
  • Ferrari Race Exhibition - Four single race events
  • Ferrari Time Challenge - Hot Lap - Four single time attack events.
  • Ferrari Mixed Track Competition - Four series events consisting of two races at multi layout tracks.
  • Ferrari Time Challenge - Time Attack - Four single time attack events.
  • Ferrari Series Competition - Three series events consisting of five races.
  • Ferrari Eliminator Competition - Four eliminator based events (2 Lap eliminator and 2 Time eliminator).
  • Ferrari Endurance Competition - Two single endurance events.
  • Ferrari World Tour - A single race series consisting of 5 races.
Need for Speed SHIFT's Ferrari DLC is available today, exclusively on Xbox LIVE for 800 Microsoft Points ($10), with all other platforms receiving the download pack on February 16.

From The Chatty
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    February 8, 2010 5:24 PM

    Ten new cars, four of which are the F430. Typical copy & paste from EA.

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      February 8, 2010 5:33 PM

      I personally own those 4 cars and let me tell you, sir, that these cars are far from beeing a copy of each other.

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