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Hot Wheels Unleashed 2: Turbocharged is “Made in Italy” in new expansion

There’s a fresh expansion pack coming to the plastic tracks of Hot Wheels Unleashed 2, and it’s got a little bit of Mediterranean flair.

Big speed, tiny cars

Continuing the tiny lil racing action of the original title in the now-series, Hot Wheels Unleashed 2: Turbocharged is ready for the latest content drop. And as you can see above, this one is set to bring some Italian racing legends with it.

Dubbed “Made in Italy”, the new expansion pack will star a four pack of original vehicles, including the Alfa Romeo 155 V6 TI and Lancia 037, the Fiat 500D Modificado, and the Vespa 90 SS Super Sprint. Of course, you’ll need a scenic Italian village to race those speedsters in too, so it’s a good thing that that’s included too.

Players with a sporty edge will finally get to experience the thrills of racing behind the wheel of Italian-made speedsters like the Alfa Romeo 155 V6 TI and Lancia 037, whereas players with an eye for the romantic will fall in love with the legendary Fiat 500D Modificado and the historic Vespa 90 SS Super Sprint (1966). Stretching across roof tiles, bricks, and stones, the all-new Italian Village is the perfect setting to enjoy adrenaline-fueled races while discovering the hidden corners of a wonderful township on the Italian coastline with its restaurants, shops, and church bell tower.

Milestone press release

The “Made in Italy” expansion is a part of the season pass vol.1 for Hot Wheels Unleashed 2: Turbocharged. That’s available now, though you can also get in on the fun via the title’s Deluxe or Legendary Editions.

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