Microsoft will release free downloadable content for Kinect Joy Ride next month.

The Chevrolet Car Pack, due to launch on 4th January, includes a Chevrolet Camaro, Corvette and Cruze.

On 4th January you'll be able to unlock the Chevrolet cars by clicking on the Chevrolet ad in the Xbox Live Marketplace or by visiting

You can choose a colour for your new cars or paint them using the Kinect sensor and then use them in any of Joy Ride's six game modes and in online races.

Keza MacDonald awarded Kinect launch title Joy Ride 5/10 in Eurogamer's review.

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