Project Cars 2 comes out later this year, and today developer Slightly Mad Studios revealed what you’ll get if you preorder it or buy it on its launch day. The game’s Day-One Edition will come with a Japanese DLC pack that includes four cars from Honda and Nissan.

In a press release, Slightly Mad said that the edition includes Nissan’s Group A R32 Skyline GT-R and N280ZX GTX race car, and Honda’s 280ZX GTX and 2&4 concept car. The pack also comes with unique paint jobs for each car.

Nissan GT-R
Nissan GT-R

Recently, Slighty Mad showed off another vehicle that will be drivable in Project Cars 2. The developer released a short trailer showing footage of the McLaren 720s, a brand-new supercar, racing around the Long Beach Grand Prix track. You can watch that trailer here.

Project Cars 2 is coming for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC; the developer has no plans to bring it to Switch. Although there’s no specific launch date yet, the press release states “late 2017″ and Slightly Mad’s CEO said “September-ish” in a forum post earlier this year. In February, GameSpot interviewed Slightly Mad to talk about how Project Cars 2 improves on the original. It’ll have a full 24-hour weather cycle and dynamically varying track conditions, and will also support virtual reality headsets on PC.