Criterion's announced Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit's first premium downloadable content pack.
The Super Sports content pack adds 13 new race and pursuit events and three new supercars: Porsche 911 GT2 RS, GUMPERT Apollo S and Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport. Each is available as a cop and a racer.
The video announcing the pack, which you can see below, confirms the addition of fresh Achievements and Trophies. New events include "Cut to the Chase", "Pushing the Envelope" and "Any Means Necessary".
It's out on 21st December on Xbox 360 (560 Microsoft Points) and 22nd December on PlayStation 3 (£5.49).
While the Super Sports pack is the first premium DLC for Criterion's arcade racer, content is already available to buy.
The Racer Timesaver Pack and the SPCD Timesaver pack unlock all of the cars on each side of the law. Each pack costs 320 Microsoft Points.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit is "an unqualified triumph", according to Eurogamer editor Tom Bramwell. "For Need for Speed, it's a return to critical form to match, justify and potentially expand the series' enduring popularity."