|In 2018, Formula Drift driver, Matt Field of Drift Cave, replaced his Nissan 240SX (also featured in Forza Horizon 4) with the surprising choice of a 2013 C6 Corvette; specifically, one recovered from flood damage in Georgia.|
He documented the entire build process to get the car ready for the 2018 Formula Drift season. featured [sic] in-game sports a 7.0L, 1050bhp engine with added Nitrous and a carbon fiber body for maximum performance.
— Official description 
The #777 Corvette is a race car driven by professional drifter Matt Field, who has used this car since the 2018 Formula Drift season. It replaces his 1997 Formula Drift #777 Nissan 240SX, which sports a similar Falken Drift design.
It is powered by an LSX V8 engine with 7 liter (427 cubic inch) displacement, nitrous oxide injection, and a Vortech supercharger. Producing 1050 hp (783 kW) and 850 ft·lb (1152 N·m) of torque, the #777 Corvette has lower output figures than seen on the #777 240SX, although it has to carry 100 lb (45 kg) less than the former.
Using a 2013 Chevrolet Corvette as a base, the #777 Corvette uses a rear transaxle that gives the car a 50/50 weight distribution. The exterior was given a carbon-kevlar body by HGK Motorsport and forged Rotiform WGR wheels.
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- ↑ "Forza Horizon 4 | Series 21 Update". forzamotorsport.net. Retrieved 04-11-2020.
- ↑ "All American: Matt Field’s C6 Corvette". speedhunters.com. Retrieved 04-11-2020.
|1980s||#98 BMW 325i|
|1990s||#118 Nissan 240SX · #232 Nissan 240SX · #777 Nissan 240SX|
|2000s||#43 Dodge Viper SRT10|
|2010s||#13 Ford Mustang · #530 HSV Maloo Gen-F|