Trackmania Turbo (not to be confused with the 2011 Nintendo DS entry of the same name) is a "time trial"-focused racing game developed by Nadeo and published by Ubisoft for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC on March 22, 2016.
The sixth main entry of the TrackMania series (after the TrackMania² series), Turbo features a new version of the four environments from the TrackMania² series (including Canyon Grand Drift, Down & Dirty Valley, Rollercoaster Lagoon, and International Stadium), numerous track editors of varying difficulty, and numerous multiplayer modes (including split-screen, "hotseat", and an "arcade mode" that leaves the game running in an "arcade" fashion).
It is the first game in the series to run on Sony and Microsoft consoles (after the Nintendo entries years earlier) and features official dedicated servers. The game also features a co-operative driving mode (called "Double Driver", which allows both players to control the same car) and "systemic music", which dynamically intensifies the music based on the player's speed. In keeping with the game's "arcade aesthetic", the game's music can optionally be "bass boosted" to give it more of an arcade ambiance.
The XB1 version was made available to own for free in the month of November for Xbox Live Gold members as part of the service's "Games with Gold" promotion.