Halo fans interested in seeing what the Warthog will look like in Halo 4 will be able to get their eyes on it in Forza Motorsport 4's Autovista mode.
The Autovista mode allows players to use the Kinect sensor to take a detailed look at the various car models in the game. As well as taking a guided tour around vehicles, users can interact with them by opening doors and fiddling with other bells and whistles.
If that isn't enough, Halo AI Cortana will also narrate a history of the vehicle and tell stories about it, Wired reports. And before you ask, no, you can't drive it.
Forza Motorsport 4 will be available in North America on October 11 and in Europe three days later. If you can't wait until then you can check out a few shots of the four-wheeled beauty below.
Forza 4 will not feature any Porsche cars because EA - which holds a Porsche sub-licensing deal - refused to collaborate with developer Turn 10 and allow the brand's inclusion.