Turn 10 Studios just released the list of cars in Forza Horizon 4. Way down that lengthy roll call, in between the 1962 Triumph Spitfire (Barn Find) and 1998 TVR Cerbera Speed 12 (Barn Find), you’ll find the 2005 TVR Sagaris. However, if you can put together $58,070, you don’t need to settle for playing games with a virtual Sagaris. A small company in Gran Canaria, Spain, called Grex Automotive is offering 10 rolling-chassis kits for that very car, here called the Sagaris GT, to go on sale next year.
Yes, the purchase price is a touch more than the MSRP for Forza Horizon 4, but you can pay in installments, and a left-hand-drive chassis doesn’t cost anything extra. Grex has broken the Sagaris GT into 14 assemblies; the first four including the chassis and body need to be bought together, but the remaining