Forza Horizon 5 gets 24 new vehicles, here’s what will be driven

Forza Horizon 5 gets 24 new vehicles, here’s what will be driven

Car collectors are not tired of the 400 or so models in the Forza Horizon 5, so the developers are working diligently to deliver additional vehicles. In the latest episode of the development diary, they revealed which vehicles will appear in the game over the next two seasons: Series 2 and 3.

The theme of the second season will be winter/holidays. The town of Mulege will be the center of Horizon Wonderland, and the players will work together to donate a car to make sure everyone earns a Santa costume, along with a mysterious gift (in the shape of a car). The stadium in Mexico will be turned into an ice rink, and 13 new challenges will appear on the map.

In the second season, players will be able to win the following cars: Maserati 8CTF (1939), Lamborghini Aventador J (2012), Ferrari 599 GTO (2010), Ferrari 575M Maranello (2002), Lamborghini Gallardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante (2012), Peel Trident (1965), Lamborghini Aventador SVJ (2018) and Peel P50 (1962).

The third season will focus on celebrating the New Year. New activities and challenges await us, and decorations can be seen in the town of Guanajuato. The eight cars to be added in the middle of the third season are Toyota Celica SS-I (2003), Donkervoort D8 GTO (2013), Toyota Land Cruiser Arctic Trucks AT37 (2016), Toyota Hilux Arctic Trucks AT38 (2007), Vauxhall Lotus Carlton 1990), Jaguar XKR-S GT (2015), Zenvo TS1 (2016) and Ford Mustang (1971).

These are vehicles that will be available to all players, ie all players will have the opportunity to win them. The remaining eight vehicles that will appear in the Forza Horizon 5 will be exclusively for Car Pass expansion owners, and these are the following vehicles:

  • 2017 Ferrari J50 - from 9.12.
  • 2019 Ferrari Monza SP2 - from 16. 12.
  • 1973 Lamborghini Espada 400 GT - from 23.12.
  • 2020 Lamborghini Huracan Evo - from 30.12.
  • 1966 Jaguar XJ13 - from 6 January.
  • 1993 Jaguar XJ220 TWR - from 13 January
  • 2018 Ferrari FXX-K Evo - from 20. 1.
  • 2018 Audi TT RS - from 27. 1.
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