The developers of Criterion Games published images of the entire motor pool, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit will have to offer. Some of the cars have already been known to be part of the new racing game, others hadn't been presented, yet. What the screenshots reveal is that each of the cars can be morphed into a highway patrol chaser. Examples are the Alfa Romeo 8C, the Subaru Impreza WRX ST, the Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Stirling Moss, the McLaren F1 or the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor and the BMW M6 Convertible. Furthermore, we chose four cars to be compared with their "real" models. The Audi TT, the McLaren MP4-12 and both the Lamborghini Gallardo and the Murcilago prove that Criterion Games did quite a good job transferring the originals (either real photo or render) into Need for Speed Hot Pursuit. Need For Speed Hot Pursuit is being developed by Criterion Games which is famous for Burnout Paradise. On November 18 it will be available in stores. Inspired by the gaming classic Hot Pursuit (released in 1998 as the third part of the original Need for Speed series) Criterion names its earliest baby after the big success a dozen years back. It's the 14th part of the entire series.