Ford is looking to build the perfect car for racing online, and it − perhaps foolishly − wants input from gamers and its new e-sports team.
The car will be named after the Fordzilla e-sports team, for the time being it’s carrying the codename: ‘Team Fordzilla P1’. The car is set to be Ford’s first digital car that’s not based on an existing real-world model.
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