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#476 Posted : Friday, January 24, 2020 2:25:21 PM(UTC)
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The definitive answer comes from the game search menus for photos, designs, and tuning setups. The number as of Series 17 is 668, which includes the 7 PO cars plus Owen's P1. Below is the list of 668 model names as seen in the search and leaderboard menus. The first post of this thread lists the models with the format Year Manufacturer Model.


As of Update 18 the menus show 672. Two cars - the Porsche 356 Emory and the Toyota Trueno - will be released for the first time over the next two weeks. The availability of the other existing exclusive models also limits the number of cars a player may be able to own.

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#477 Posted : Thursday, February 13, 2020 2:28:07 PM(UTC)
New cars added with Update 19:



  • 2019 LEGO Speed Champions Bugatti Chiron (LEGO Valley event reward - expansion DLC required)
  • 2010 Lexus LFA (Summer Festival Playlist 50% completion)
  • 1984 Rover SD1 Vitesse (Summer event reward)
  • 2017 Aston Martin Vulcan AMR Pro (Winter Festival Playlist 50% completion)
  • 1994 Ford Supervan 3 (Winter event reward)


As of February, the Lexus LFA was among the top 20 most requested cars in the forum community wish lists thread since the game launched. The Lexus LFA marks the return of the Lexus brand to Forza^ after being absent from FM7 and the launch of FH4. Rover is a new manufacturer for the franchise, and with Lexus brings FH4's manufacturer count to 120. The AMR Pro and Supervan 3 are also new to Forza. With these five new cars, the game's search menus list a total of 677 models in the game.


The new cars were profiled in the Series 19 livestream and announcement article:

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2019 Aston Martin Vulcan AMR Pro
They call it Aston Martin’s wildest car ever. The pride of British supercars, indeed the first one, the Vulcan was first revealed in 2015 with an initial run of only 24 cars, but you can get your hands on the wheel of the latest model thanks to the Series 19 update.

The AMR Pro track package brings all of Aston Martin’s racing advances to bear in a sleek package, on a car that didn’t even see on-track competition until 2018, at the third Le Mans Racing Festival. The package includes an enhanced rear wing, large dive planes, arch louvres and turning vanes, which increase steering, downforce, and balance.

Score this rare marvel by completing 50% of the Winter Festival Playlist. (Not obtainable before 02/27/20 14:30UTC)




2010 Lexus LFA
A supercar from Lexus is a rare thing. The LFA was a Halo Car, meant to change the way Lexus made cars, with principles developed for the LFA trickling down to every other car that Lexus produced.
The LFA itself didn’t stick around for long, but its influence is still felt in every Lexus built.
The car packs a 4.8L V10 that hit 0-60 in 3.6 seconds, a top speed of 202 mph, and boasts an incredibly unique driving experience. Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda believed that the ultimate Lexus should connect with its owner. That’s why the LFA came into being. The car is an aerodynamic miracle, as fun to feel as it is to drive.

You can get this car by completing 50% of the Summer Festival Playlist (Not obtainable before 02/13/20 14:30UTC)




1984 Rover SD1
When the Specialist Division 1, or Rover 3500, was first designed by British Leyland as a successor to the P6, the key was simplicity. That meant a live rear axle instead of De Dion-type rear suspension and a redesigned Rover V8 which emphasized torque over horsepower, rather than the newer 2.2L four cylinder. It’s been called the best-designed British car ever, taking cues from the likes of Ferrari and Maserati, but was often plagued with production issues early in its run. As a result, by 1984, the SD1 had seen some cosmetic and mechanical changes, as well as an expansion to a four cylinder model.

Beat the Summer Seasonal Championship “It's Never Over With a Rover” on at least Expert level Drivatar difficulty (Not obtainable before 02/13/20 14:30UTC)



1994 Ford Supervan3
First built in the 1970’s as promotional vehicles, the Supervan combined Ford Transit vans with sports car underpinnings, for some reason. It made its first appearance at Brands Hatch, before experiencing two more iterations between 1971 and 1994. That was the year that the Supervan 3 made its debut, sporting the V8 that would eventually be used in the Benetton F1 car.

In a Transit van.

Beat the Winter Seasonal Championship “Is It a Bird? Is it a Plane?” on at least Expert level Drivatar difficulty (Not obtainable before 02/27/20 14:30UTC)




2017 LEGO Bugatti Chiron
If you already own the LEGO Speed Champions expansion pack, with the Series 19 update you’ll see a new event in the northeast corner for the Forza Horizon map, provided you’ve unlocked the Master Builder’s House. Complete this event to unlock the 2017 LEGO Bugatti Chiron.

If you do not already own the LEGO DLC, you really should. You can still try out the new car for free, however, by checking out the Series 19 Rivals Event. That’s in addition to a new Season Championship featuring an all-LEGO lineup. Give it a shot!

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#478 Posted : Tuesday, March 10, 2020 8:38:33 PM(UTC)
New cars added with Update 20:



  • 2019 McLaren Speedtail (Summer Festival Playlist 50% completion)
  • 1933 Napier Napier-Railton (Autumn event reward)
  • 1969 Toyota 2000GT (Winter Festival Playlist 50% completion)


Series 20 adds three new cars as exclusive models; the McLaren and Napier are new to Forza, while the Toyota is returning from FM6 and previous games. As of this month, the McLaren Speedtail is among the top 25 most requested cars in the forum community wish lists thread since the game launched. Napier is a new manufacturer for the franchise, bringing FH4's manufacturer count to 121. With these three new cars, the game's search menus list a total of 680 models in the game menus.


The new cars were profiled in the Series 20 livestream and announcement article:

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McLaren Speedtail
The name “Speedtail” should be taken seriously with this beauty. McLaren’s fastest car ever built is designed to be all slipstream, with aerodynamics playing into every feature, from the custom wheel covers to the single-piece rear chassis. What better way to take advantage of its 1000+ horsepower hybrid engine and reported 402 mph top speed?

This speed demon is available as a reward car for completing 50% of the Summer Seasonal Playlist. (Available between March 12 and March 19)





Napier Railton
In 1933, Reid Railton strapped a plane engine to the most rudimentary chassis he could, and the Napier-Railton was born.

This missile on wheels broke all kinds of records in the few years after that, most notably the all-time lap record at the Brooklands oval in England, which it held until the oval was repurposed for military use at the onset of World War II.

The Napier-Railton gets its name from its creator, Reid Railton, as well as its engine, a 24-liter W12 Napier airplane engine, the most powerful engine available at the time it was built. It’s a truly one-of-its-kind vehicle.

This unique wonder is obtainable by competing the Autumn Seasonal Championship “Cult Courier” (Available between March 19th and March 26th)



Toyota 2000GT
A halo car is designed to raise the bar of what an automaker can create, with the intention of allowing those designs to influence everything else the company builds. That’s the case with the 2000GT, which represented the first collaboration between Toyota and Yamaha. It served as a coming-out party for Japanese car manufacturers when it debuted in 1965, demonstrating that they could compete with their European counterparts in style and performance and raising Toyota’s profile above its relatively vanilla production history up to that point.

Inspired by Jaguar and originally intended for Nissan, the Toyota 2000GT is now the most expensive and collectible Japanese-designed car in the world. It was famously driven by Aki in the 1967 Bond film You Only Die Twice, with custom modifications designed to accommodate Sean Connery’s large frame.

Complete 50% of the Winter Seasonal Playlist to unlock this car. (Available between March 26th and April 2nd)


Forza YouTube Video: McLaren Speedtail
Forza YouTube Video: Napier-Railton

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#479 Posted : Monday, April 6, 2020 10:03:40 AM(UTC)
New cars added with Update 21:



  • 2018 Ferrari Portofino
  • 2007 Formula Drift #117 599 GTB Fiorano
  • 2013 Formula Drift #777 Chevrolet Corvette
  • 2018 Mercedes-AMG E 63 S
  • 1995 Porsche Carrera 2 by Gunther Werks
  • 1992 Toyota Supra 2.0 GT Twin Turbo


Series 21 adds six new cars as exclusive models; the MkIII Supra last appeared in FH3 while the other five are new to Forza. The Ferrari and Porsche are available at any time as Horizon Life tier rewards from Horizon Promo while the others are available from the Series 21 Festival Playlist. As of this month, the Mercedes-AMG E 63 S is among the top 20 most requested cars in the forum community wish lists thread since the game launched. With these six new cars, the game's search menus list a total of 686 models in the game menus.


The new cars were profiled in the Series 21 livestream and announcement article:

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2013 Formula Drift Corvette 777

In 2018, Formula Drift driver, Matt Field of Drift Cave, replaced his Nissan 240SX (also featured in Forza Horizon 4) with the surprising choice of a 2013 C6 Corvette; specifically, one recovered from flood damage in Georgia. He documented the entire build process to get the car ready for the 2018 Formula Drift season. featured in-game sports a 7.0L, 1050bhp engine with added Nitrous and a carbon fiber body for maximum performance. You can drift around the Festival in this custom wonder by completing 50% of the Summer Festival Playlist.


2018 Formula Drift #117 599 GTB Fiorano
Another car built and rebuilt for drifting competition, the infamous 599-based drift machine sports a V12 900+ hp engine with twin turbochargers and widebody kit, emphasis on the WIDE. The base car is already a beast, but the kit it has been outfitted with for drift competition just adds on to its dimensions.This 599 made its debut in the 2018 Formula Drift season, driven by Federico Sceriffo who nicknamed it “Fiorella”. You can get this car as a reward for completing the Spring Seasonal Championship “Ferrari Rocher”


1992 Toyota Supra Mark 3
The Toyotas keep on rolling back into Forza Horizon 4. This latest addition is the first Supra to sport the name independently of its Celica roots. The Mk. 3 makes a great drift car and features some spiffy pop-up headlights, but upon its release it was never made available outside of Japan, making it a rare addition to the Festival lineup. For the first time outside of Japan, get this car as a reward for Autumn Seasonal Championship “Overnight Parts”.


2018 Mercedes-AMG E 63 S

The AMG models before this one were not known for being terribly driver-friendly. That’s why the 2018 E63 model, a successor to the previous 6.3L engine version, is such an exception. Its automatic four-wheel drive was intended to make it the most accessible version of this line to date, following a lineage of rear-wheel drive manual versions. It’s not the most powerful car in its class, but the efficiency with which it uses its available power makes it an incredible performer. Complete 50% of the Winter Festival Playlist to score this car.


2018 Ferrari Portofino

Paradoxically considered an “entry-level Ferrari”, this car toes the line between modern super car and high-end sports car, while still costing something like $250,000 to own. Named for the Italian village of Portofino, this car is packing a 3.9 Twin Turbo V8 that outputs 590 hp. It serves as a successor to the commercially-minded Ferrari California, meant to be faster, lighter and more stylish. Photograph 100 Cars in Horizon Promo mode to earn this car.


1995 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 by Guntherwerks

Before building the this custom car, Guntherwerks was known primarily as a manufacturer of after-market wheels and other parts for luxury vehicles. This rebuilt Porsche 911 Carerra 2, also known as the 400R, represents their first custom car build. 25 of these performance vehicles were built, making them incredibly rare. Guntherwerks imagined what a GT3 RS version of the 993 could look like when they designed the 400R. The goal in the Rothsport-built engine and lightweight body were performance above all, which is unusual in the world of custom luxury cars, which normally emphasize comfort over speed. Earn this car by photographing 200 cars in Horizon Promo.


Forza YouTube Video: Formula Drift #777 Chevrolet Corvette

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#480 Posted : Tuesday, May 5, 2020 11:51:02 PM(UTC)
New cars added with Update 22:



  • 1999 Ford Racing Puma
  • 1988 Mitsubishi Starion ESI-R
  • 1990 Nissan Pulsar GTI-R
  • 1991 Peugeot 205 Rallye
  • 1992 Toyota Celica GT-Four RC ST185
  • 1994 Toyota Celica GT-Four ST205


Content Update 22 adds six cars as exclusive models, available to collect as rewards in the Series 22 Festival Playlist. The Starion has been in the Forza Motorsport series (FM4, FM7) and the two Celicas were previously in FH3; the Puma, Pulsar, and 205 Rallye are new to Forza. As of this month, the Pulsar and the Starion were among the top 100 most requested cars in the forum community wish lists thread since the game launched. With these six new cars, the game's search menus list a total of 692 models in the game menus (691 for Horizon Promo).

All six start as C-class. The Starion is classed with Retro Sports Cars, the 205 Rallye as Retro Hot Hatch, and the others as Retro Rally.


The new cars were profiled in the Series 22 and Forza Monthly livestreams and Update 22 article:

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1990 Nissan Pulsar GTI-R

The GTI-R version of the Pulsar was homologated specifically to give Nissan an edge over the dominant rally cars of the Group A era, specifically from Toyota and Ford. Its rally career was relatively short, but it remains dominant against similar cars of the time. It shares its engine with the Nissan Silvia, a 227 hp turbocharged 2.0L inline four engine, which gives it a 0-60 time of about five seconds. Complete 50% of the Spring Playlist



1999 Ford Racing Puma

Only 500 of a planned 1,000 Racing Pumas were ever built, and only in the UK. The rarity of the Racing Puma, initially introduced as the Puma RS, makes it a valuable find. This was the final Limited Edition of the Puma produced and it features an advanced 4-piston motorsport braking system, a beefed-up body with lightweight aluminum components, and a racing-inspired interior. Complete Seasonal Championship “Cool Cats”



1990 Toyota Celica ST185

The car that kicked off Toyota’s reign in the Group A world, the ST185 would ultimately win 16 World Rallycross series. This was the first Celica to come out after the split from Supra, which resulted in a more purely rally car versus the sportier Supra. The Celica hits the sweet spot between the straight lines and hard edges of 80’s era cars and the curvier 90’s style. Complete 50% of the Winter Playlist



1994 Toyota Celica ST205

The 205 was an evolution of the previous car on this list, moving its style fully into the 1990’s and embracing the modern aerodynamic curves of the era. This car is famous for many things, not the least of which was the iconic Castrol livery it sported in competition and for being the cover car for SEGA Rally Championship 1995. The most powerful version of the Celica at the time, the homologated special that was necessary for WRC contention sported a 2.0L turbocharged inline-4 engine producing 252 horsepower with all wheel drive and “Super-Strut Suspension.” Complete Seasonal Championship “What’s the Word on the Street”



1991 Peugeot 205 Rallye

A result of Peugeot’s desire to homologate the 205 to compete in rally, the 205 Rallye sports a 100hp engine that is compensated in power by an incredibly lightweight body, especially in the cheaper performance version. The interior was stripped of anything that wasn’t strapped down, and even some things that were, in order to maximize performance. Complete Seasonal Championship “Stardew Rallye”



1988 Mitsubishi Starion ESi-R

There’s some speculation around the origins of the name Starion. Is it a reference to the constellation Orion? Is it a swipe at the Ford Mustang (Starion = Stallion)? Hard to say! The Starion was an association project with Chrysler, who put out the similarly built Conquest in North America. The ESi-R version first built in 1986, which featured a widebody kit, was intended for rally competition, specifically the short-lived Group B. Complete Seasonal Championship “Mud is Thicker Than Water”

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#481 Posted : Sunday, June 28, 2020 11:52:12 PM(UTC)
New cars added with Update 23:



  • 1974 Toyota Celica GT
  • 1974 Toyota Corolla SR5
  • 1995 Toyota MR2 GT
  • 1989 Toyota MR2 SC


Content Update 23 added four cars as exclusive models, available to collect as rewards in the Series 23 Festival Playlist Winter and Spring seasons. The Celica and Corolla were previously in Forza Horizon 3 and the MR2s were previously in Forza Motorsport 6. The MR2 has been among the top 100 most requested cars in the forum community wish lists thread after previous requested models were satisfied. With these four cars, the game's search menus list a total of 696 models in the game menus (695 for Horizon Promo).

The MR2 GT is a B-class car while the other three are D-class. MR2 GT comes with Aftermarket body part options, and the Celica has a widebody kit as well as Street level body parts from Toyota.

The cars were profiled in the Update 23 article.

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1973 Toyota Corolla SR5

In 1970, Toyota’s second generation of Corollas arrived and by 1973 that included the SR5 coupe model, which was only made in ’73 and ‘74. Sold in Japan as the Corolla Levin, the SR5 was intended to expand Toyota’s reach into new markets, which explains its unusual-at-the-time design: metal fender flares, unique front struts and springs, and a thicker front sway bar. It sported a 1.6L four-cylinder engine with five-speed transmission. Complete the Seasonal Championship “The Corolla Express” to unlock.




1974 Toyota Celica GT

The Celica GT was a JDM legend that did much to pioneer the international market for Japanese imports. It was a direct descendant and much more accessible version of the 2000GT and at the time was comparable to the Mustang, which had been reduced in size significantly in recent years. That being said, the Celica only weighed about 2,200lbs, while the Mustang quickly moved on to bigger and heavier engines. The Celica housed a 2.0L four-cylinder that put out 90 hp (versus the Mustang’s 105 hp). Complete 50% of the Spring Playlist to unlock.




1989 Toyota MR2 SC

Dubbed a “budget exotic car”, the Mister Two was Toyota’s mid-engine entry in the late 80’s. It featured the familiar 4A-GE engine found in the AE86; a 16-valve, twin-cam 1.6-liter inline-four and in 1989, a supercharger that bumped it up to 145 hp and shaved a second off of it’s 0-60 time. That supercharger required certain aspects of the MR2, such as the springs and wheels, to be reinforced, plus the addition of raised vents on the engine cover. Complete 50% of the Winter Playlist to unlock.




1995 Toyota MR2 GT

In 1991, the MR2 received a full redesign that made it sportier and more Ferrari-like in appearance. By ‘95, due to rising prices and insurance premiums, it was ending its production run, making this model especially prized by collectors. The GT featured a 2.0 L 200 hp five-speed engine mounted behind the seats that put it on equal footing with cars like the Ferrari 348. The MR2 name would make its return when Toyota attached it to the Spyder convertible. Complete the Seasonal Championship “Track Toyotas” to unlock.

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#482 Posted : Wednesday, July 1, 2020 12:50:59 AM(UTC)
New cars added with Update 24:



  • 1977 Ford #5 Escort RS1800 MkII
  • 1970 Ford GT70
  • 1985 Mazda RX-7 GSL-SE
  • 2019 Zenvo TSR-S


Content Update 24 added four cars as exclusive models, available to collect as rewards in the Series 24 Festival Playlist. The RX-7 has was previously in Forza Motorsport games (but this is its first Horizon appearance) while the other three are new to Forza. The Zenvo has been among the top 100 most requested cars in the forum community wish lists thread after previous requested models were satisfied.

In stock setup, the Zenvo is already one of the highest horsepower engines in the game with 1,177 hp and 811 ft-lb of torque (compared to 1,086 and 1,054 in the Zenvo ST1). The TSR-S is found in the Hypercars division; the RX-7 in Retro Sports Cars, and the Fords in Classic Rally.

With these four cars, the game's search menus list a total of 700 models in the game menus (699 for Horizon Promo).

The new cars were profiled in the Series 24 Update and Forza Monthly livestreams as well as the announcement article:

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2019 Zenvo TSR-S

The Zenvo TSR-S is a superlative hypercar in every sense. 1177 horsepower out of a twin-supercharged V8, Zenvo claims 0-124mph in 6.8 secs. The TSR-S’s power is matched by its handling, which is aided by a unique hydraulic rear wing that doesn’t do what wings are supposed to do. In fact, at a 2019 test at Spa, the car was black flagged because track officials thought it was malfunctioning! The wing tilts left and right to better distribute pressure and increase downforce on curves. It’s counterintuitive and a little hard to explain, so we’ll let Zenvo founder Troels Vollertsen spell it out: “I’d been thinking that maybe we could alter the downforce so we could put more pressure back across to the unloaded inside wheel while cornering, so you not only get downforce, but also create an effect like an anti-roll bar.” (via Top Gear) The second S denotes a street-legal cross between Zenvo’s track-only TSR, which had a fixed wing, and the TS1 GT road car. Zenvo is only building five of these cars every year, but you can get it by completing the first Photo Challenge.



1970 Ford GT70

You know the story of the GT40, the Le Mans winner and recent movie star, but have you heard of the prototype GT70? Maybe not if you’re from outside the UK. The idea was for Ford of Europe to replicate the success the GT40 program had on the track, but on the rally stage, following a string of wins for the Escort throughout the 1960s. The problem, and why the car might be so little-known, was that to qualify for rally competition according to FIA regulations, a car had to have a minimum production run of 500 homologated cars. The GT70 had six. It fell victim to circumstance; the WRC rules changed, production costs climbed, and the Escort continued to improve performance, making the GT70 an expensive “what if?” The GT70 never saw any real rally competition, but you can change that by completing the Seasonal Championship “Up Your Street”.


1977 Ford #5 Escort RS1800 Mk II

The #5 Ford Escort is perhaps the most iconic rally car of all time; built to Group 4 spec, it won the first WRC world championship for drivers in 1979, while being driven by Swedish rally driver Björn Waldegård, aka Walle, sporting the iconic British Airways livery. Between 1977 and 1979, driving the #5 Escort, Waldegård would win WRC races in Kenya, Wales, Sweden, Greece, and Canada; some of the most punishing rally races in the world To this day, Waldegård still holds the record for the oldest driver to win a World Rally Championship event, and holds 16 total WRC wins to his name. Add to the #5 Escort’s victories by completing 50% of the Winter Playlist.


1985 Mazda RX-7

Mazda and the rotary engine – a synonymous pairing best represented by the Mazda RX-7; the loud, high-revving rotary, paired with the lightweight, perfectly balanced, incredibly aerodynamic body. The already powerful Mazda twin-rotor 100 hp engine saw a further evolution with the 1985 redesign that brought the RX-7 more in line with the likes of Porsche. It also bumped the power of that rotary design up to 146 hp and added a turbocharger. Complete the Midnight Mazdaness Seasonal Championship to grab this rotary icon.

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#483 Posted : Thursday, July 30, 2020 6:54:58 AM(UTC)
New cars added with Update 25:



Content Update 25 added three cars as exclusive models available to collect as rewards in the Series 25 Festival Playlist, plus eight cars as paid DLC in the Welcome Pack. The Welcome Pack offers upgraded versions of existing roster cars, similar to the Pre-Order cars in the game. This DLC is available to purchase separately or is included in the Ultimate Edition and Ultimate Add-Ons DLC. Once the player owns the DLC, these cars are found in the the Autoshow (available free for the first time, then credits for additional cars of the same model).

The three exclusives from Holden and HSV are returning models from FM7 and earlier games and form a FH3 / Australian theme for the series.

With these eleven cars, the game's search menus list a total of 711 models in the game menus (710 for Horizon Promo).

  • 1996 Ferrari F50 GT "Welcome Pack"
  • 2017 Ford GT "Welcome Pack"
  • 2016 Hoonigan Gymkhana 9 Ford Focus RS RX "Welcome Pack"
  • 1976 Jeep CJ5 Renegade "Welcome Pack"
  • 2012 Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 "Welcome Pack"
  • 1960 Porsche 718 RS 60 "Welcome Pack"
  • 2016 Subaru #199 WRX STI VT15R Rally Car "Welcome Pack"
  • 1993 Toyota #1 T100 Baja Truck "Welcome Pack"

  • 1988 Holden VL Commodore Group A SV
  • 2011 HSV GTS
  • 1996 HSV GTSR


The DLC and new cars were profiled in the Series 25 Update and Forza Monthly livestreams as well as the announcement article:

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1996 Holden HSV GTSR

Identifiable by its signature paint color, “Yellah”, aka the most Australian name ever, only 85 of these cars were ever built. That’s especially interesting given the homologation standard for race cars no longer held true when the HSV GTSR was released in 1996. Presumably, Holden wanted to build a limited production run of this car for the public to enjoy, and most of those models stayed in Australia. However, a handful made it to New Zealand and one even landed in the UK! The good news for owners of one of those 85 cars is that the production model was effectively identical to the track version, with a rare, early showing for carbon fiber in the body, and an Aussie-built V8 engine. Complete 50% of the Spring Playlist to unlock an iconic Australian race car.


1988 Holden VL Commodore Group A SV

The “Plastic Pig”, the ”Batmobile”, the “Walky”, however you know it, the Commodore is a distinctive and iconic Group A machine. The first car produced by Holden Special Vehicles (HSV), the Commodore did fall under homologation requirements for Group A, which meant that a total of 500 models were built (eventually expanded by 250 due to its popularity). It was built to go up against the Mercedes AMGs and BMW M3s of the world, and made a name for itself with more than a few wins, sporting the Walkinshaw-designed body kit that gave rise to most of its nicknames. Complete the Seasonal Championship “Holden Your Horses” to receive this car.


2011 HSV GTS

The previous two cars on this list were built to race spec and designed with the express purpose of being the fastest thing on the track--and yet, the GTS has them beat as a production car! The E Series sports a 6.2L V8 Engine that outputs 436 horsepower. Outside of Australia, you might know it better as the Vauxhall VXR8, which is how it was released in the UK. Complete the Seasonal Championship “Down Under” to receive this car.

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#484 Posted : Wednesday, August 26, 2020 10:03:41 AM(UTC)
New cars added with Update 26:



Content Update 26 added three cars as exclusive models available to collect as rewards in the seasonal Festival Playlist, plus two DLC packs containing existing cars from the Car Pass. DLC cars are found in the the Autoshow (available free for the first time, then credits for additional cars of the same model).

The three exclusives are all British, and are all new to the Forza franchise. The I-PACE is the third all-electric vehicle in FH4, with a stock output of 394 hp and 513 ft-lb of torque. It's also one of the few cars in the game with no RWD option. With the three new cars, the game's search menus list a total of 714 models (713 for Horizon Promo).

  • 1991 Bentley Turbo R
  • 2018 Jaguar I-PACE
  • 2018 Land Rover Range Rover Velar First Edition


The DLC and new cars were profiled in the Series 26 Update and Forza Monthly livestreams as well as the Series 26 announcement article:

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2018 Jaguar I-PACE

The I-Pace represents a huge move for Jaguar – their first all-electric SUV, and it’s an impressive first go-round. The AWD I-Pace goes 0-60 in less than 5 seconds on a 90kW battery that will get just under 300 miles per charge, with a top speed of 124 mph. After the I-Pace was released, its track-only counterpart, the I-Pace Trophy was released and through the course of pushing the battery of the Trophy to its limits, Jaguar actually found ways of updating and upgrading the battery of the I-Pace to maximize performance.
Grab Jaguar’s EV I-Pace by complete 50% of the Autumn Playlist. It’s also available as the monthly Rivals car.


2018 Land Rover Range Rover Velar

The name “Velar” comes from the Italian velare, which means “veiled” or “hidden”. It was a name that Land Rover engineers used for a decoy company back in the 1960s to conceal pre-production registration of Range Rovers. As a nod to that history, the fourth model in the Range Rover line was called the Velar. It represents a more middle-of-the-road version, somewhere between the Evoque and the Sport. The design of this car, which Land Rover refers to as “reductionist”, was intended to emphasize sportiness, and was actually influenced by its Jaguar brother, the I-Pace! It has a more subtle, curved profile and a lower seating position for the driver, in order to improve performance.
Grab this “hidden” SUV by completing the Seasonal Championship “Tiding Rover” in the Winter Playlist.


1991 Bentley Turbo R

There might not be a car company that marries power and luxury better than Bentley. Quilted leather, a turbocharged V8, multiple grains of fine wood trim and 0-60 in about six seconds: every Turbo R was hand-built, and for 30 years it was considered the ultimate Bentley. Descended from the Mulsanne and similar in construction to the Brookland model, the Turbo R boasted more speed and control thanks to its reworked suspension (fun fact: the R stands for “Roadholding.”) In classic Bentley style, this is a huge car, but its 6.75L engine more than compensated for the extra weight.
When it was released, this car would have run you about $200,000, but thankfully in Forza Horizon 4, you just need to complete the Seasonal Championship “The Sun Never Sets” in the Summer Playlist.


The British Sports Car Pack
1962 Triumph TR3B
1970 Triumph TR6 PI
2018 TVR Griffith
1938 MG TA Midget
2004 Vauxhall VX220 Turbo
2018 Aston Martin Vantage

Any Terrain Car Pack
2018 Can-Am Maverick X RS Turbo R
2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio
1991 Hoonigan GYMKHANA 10 Ford Escort Cosworth Group A
1985 Porsche #185 959 Prodrive Rally Raid
2016 Honda Civic Coupe GRC

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