Tesla Roadster In Xbox 360 Project Gotham Racing 4

Posted: Jul 21 2007, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:56am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
Tesla Roadster in Xbox 360 Project Gotham Racing 4
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A car you really made it when it is featured in a video game. For an electrical car it is a great accomplishment to be featured in a car racing video game.

Tesla Motors achieved apparently to place their Tesla Roadster in the Project Gotham Racing 4 game. Videos of racing sequences shot with real cars have appeared on Youtube. The Tesla Roadster makes a great impression against the Ferrari and Mercedes SLR Mclaren.PGR4 will be released in September. Now you can even be environmentally friendly inside a racing game.
See the video sequences on AutoBlog Green.

PGR4 will also feature a concept car from Peugeot we reported about a while ago. The Peugeot Flux has an integrated Xbox 360. See more details about PGR4 on the Bizzare Creations site.

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