Forza Horizon 5 offers players an unparalleled open-world gaming experience with attention to detail and real-time weather dynamics for realistic driving conditions.
The game boasts a wide selection of vehicles, with 600 licensed vehicles to choose from and authentic customization aspects based on real car systems.
The top 10 racing cars in Forza Horizon 5 include prestigious models such as the 2021 Mercedes-AMG One, the 2010 BMW M3 GTS, and the 1990 Porsche 911, reimagined by Singer Dynamics, giving players a wide variety of high-performance options.
Forza Horizon 5 has firmly established itself as the leading racing game in the gaming world, offering players an unparalleled open world gaming experience. The game’s attention to detail, including real-time weather dynamics that affect driving conditions, sets it apart from all other racing games, and that’s why it has such an avid fan base!
One of the many reasons why the game works so well is the large selection of vehicles. With a whopping 600 licensed vehicles available to choose from, players have almost limitless options for customizing and modifying their vehicles. Not only that, but the customization aspect is based on real car systems, which adds to the sense of authenticity. So, without further ado, let’s dive into the top 10 best road racing cars Forza Horizon 5.
10 2021 Mercedes-AMG One
Cr Cost: 2,700,000 Cr
Vehicle class: S2 927
This is a cover car for Horizon 5, and there is a good reason for that! Unless you’re Lewis Hamilton and his dad, chances are you won’t find yourself sitting in the seat of this F1-derived beauty. But you can always drive him Forza 5.
The car has a power of about 1000 horsepower and has a unique engine. What makes this car even more exclusive is the fact that there are only 275 units of this rare car in the real world!
In the game, the Mercedes AMG One comes in the S2 927 class and can be bought for 2,700,000 CR. The very fact that this car was built around Formula 1 technology means it’s really fun to drive, whether in the real world or on Forza.
9 2010 BMW M3 GTS
Cr Cost: 250,000 Cr
Car class: A 794
It is an absolute favorite among the cars that enter it Forza Horizon 5 the latest “season” of the game features an E90 BMW M3 GTS. This beast is the pinnacle of the beloved E92 M3 and is the ultimate limited edition version. What makes it truly special is its phenomenal naturally aspirated V8 engine, which has been increased from 4.0 liters to a whopping 4.4 liters. To shed unnecessary weight, amenities such as the rear seats and plain glass windows were pushed to the side, resulting in a weight reduction of 136 kilograms. And to top it off, it’s covered in a striking Fire Orange paint job.
These are vintage, high-performance machines to remember when the world goes fully electric. Fortunately, you can always get behind the wheel of one of these classics in the virtual world Forza Horizon 5 via a possible festival playlist or Forzathon Shop listing.
8 1990 Porsche 911 reimagined by Singer Dynamics
Cr Cost: 1,800,000 Cr
Vehicle class: S1 830
When it comes to Singer Dynamics and Lightweighting Study in Forza Horizon 5, it’s hard to find a car better than the Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer. This car is without a doubt one of the most impressive vehicles in the game.
Singer’s reputation for creating exquisite resto mods is well established, but getting this particular car into a video game, especially given the difficult relationship with Porsche, had to involve some serious negotiation. The car’s class is S1 830, and it’s clear that the Horizon 5 player community also recognizes its uniqueness, as it’s a little hard to find. If you’re lucky, you might be able to purchase this car through a possible festival playlist or Forzathon store list, so it’s time to open that virtual piggy bank!
7 2020 Koenigsegg Jesko
Cr Cost: 2,800,000 Cr
Vehicle class: S2 971
Part of the S2 971 class, the Koenigsegg Jesko was created by the Swedish automaker with one clear mission: to compete with the Bugatti Chiron and excel both on the track and on twisty roads.
This hypercar is built for incredible speed, comfortably breaking the 300 mph barrier. It has even been known to go over 400 mph with the right setup and tuning. Its performance in speed and handling is the reason why this car has a perfect score of 10/10.
Jesko accelerates from 0 to 60 in just 2.5 seconds. All of this is made possible by its twin-turbocharged 5.0-liter V8 engine, which produces a staggering 1,261 horsepower and 1,106 lb-ft of torque. Power is channeled through a 9-speed multi-clutch transmission.
But be prepared, this level of automotive excellence comes at a price. Owning a Koenigsegg Jesko will leave a hefty 2,800,000 credit dent in your virtual wallet.
6 2011 Lamborghini Sesto Elemento
Cr Cost: 2,500,000 Cr
Vehicle class: S2 936
This car has been a star in various Forza games and has become a popular commodity among racing enthusiasts in the virtual world. Interestingly, this isn’t a car you’ll see on your daily commute, as it’s off-road, and what’s more, only 20 of these rare beauties were produced.
Under the hood, you’ll find a 5.2-liter V10 engine that produces 562 horsepower and 539 pound-feet of torque. To top it all off, the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento has an incredibly low curb weight – a shocking 2,202 pounds to be exact. If you really want to park this beauty in your virtual garage, be prepared to shell out a hefty 2,500,000 credits. As part of the S2 936 class, it goes from 0 to 60 in 2.5 seconds! And when it comes to top speed, the Sesto Elemento does not disappoint, reaching an impressive 221 mph!
5 2015 Radical RXC Turbo
Cr Cost: 330,000 Cr
Vehicle class: S2 928
With the Radical RXC Turbo, all other street racers will be left behind in the rearview mirror. This British speedster has more than 450 horsepower under the hood thanks to a 3.5-liter Ford EcoBoost twin-turbo V6 mid-engine. It sits somewhere on the performance spectrum between the base Ford Mustang and the Mustang GT, and is capable of an impressive top speed of 275 mph.
This 2015 car is distinguished by its ability to develop incredible speed on a light chassis. This car can be easily purchased or bid on the auction house website Forza 5, and it comes from the S2 928 class! This car’s power is directed to the rear tires, but with a hefty 2,000 pounds of downforce, it boasts exceptional traction!
4 1993 McLaren F1
Cr Cost: 15,000,000 Cr
Vehicle class: S1 817
The McLaren F1 is the epitome of automotive luxury with those iconic butterfly doors that elegantly unfold to welcome their lucky drivers. Produced in limited numbers by McLaren in the United Kingdom, there are just over 100 of these sports car masterpieces in existence. The brilliant concept of this car, inspired by Formula 1, came up with the visionary Gordon Murray.
In 1993, it etched its name into the annals of automotive history by setting a Guinness World Record for the fastest production car in the world, reaching 240 mph. In an exciting virtual world Forza Horizon 5, you can make it yours for 15,000,000 CR. The car belongs to the S1 817 class. The legend that paved the way for the McLaren P1 remains familiar when you take part in the events of the Horizon Festival.
3 1989 Ferrari F40 Competition
Cr Cost: 2,000,000 Cr
Vehicle class: S2 947
The Ferrari F40 Competizione is an improved version of the F40, created at the special request of a customer to prepare it for the grueling 24 Hours of Le Mans. This exclusive supercar was meticulously assembled in Italy, with only 10 units ever built. Under its hood, you’ll find a powerful 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged engine capable of producing a staggering 691 horsepower at 8,100 rpm. Despite its power, it maintains a minimum curb weight of 2,315 pounds, allowing it to reach a remarkable top speed of 230 mph.
For those who are hunting in the virtual world Forza Horizon 5, the Ferrari F40 Competizione awaits you as a hidden treasure in the form of a barn find tucked away west of Tulum. You can spot this by looking for a nearby Riviera Maya landmark. With a speed rating of 8.3, handling of 10 and a reliable braking performance rating of 8.3.
2 Maserati MC12 Versione Corsa
Cr Cost: 2,500,000 Cr
Vehicle class: S2 961
The Maserati MC12 Versione Corsa is a truly rare mid-engine sports car. 13 of these exquisite vehicles were built and delivered to customers between 2006 and 2007. It is based on a 6.0-liter naturally aspirated engine capable of releasing 756 horsepower at 8,000 rpm. Despite its impressive power, the Maserati MC12 Versione Corsa maintains a curb weight of 2,646 pounds, allowing it to reach an incredible top speed of 205 mph.
For those who want to make this Italian gem part of their virtual garage Forza Horizon 5, it can conveniently be purchased at the Auto Show for 2,500,000 CR. It is part of the S2 class 961. With an acceleration rating of 8.1, handling of 10 and braking performance that scores a perfect 10, this car becomes an unstoppable force on the roads and tracks.
1 2018 Apollo Intensa Emozione
Cr Cost: 1,500,000 CR
Car class: S2,998
The Apollo Intensa Emozione is a mid-engine sports car made in Germany. This exclusive creation has only 10 units, mostly in the United States and Europe. This beauty is powered by a naturally aspirated 6.3-liter Ferrari-built engine that churns out an impressive 780 horsepower at 8,500 rpm. Despite its performance, the Apollo Intensa Emozione maintains a curb weight of 2,756 pounds, allowing it to reach an exciting top speed of 208 mph.
For those who want to make it part of their virtual collection in Forza Horizon 5it’s available at the auto show for CR 1,500,000 and the car is rated at S2,998. With an acceleration rating of 7.9, flawless handling rated at a perfect 10, and top-notch braking capabilities that also earn a perfect 10, this car is poised to be a top pick for racing fans.