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10 Forza Horizon 5 Cars You Must Own In 2024!

Donato Greenholt

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As of 2024, there are over 750 cars in Forza Horizon 5. But you may be wondering which ones are most important to own. So, I’ve put together this guide of the 10 Cars You Must Own in Forza Horizon 5! Let’s get into it!

10 Forza Horizon 5 Cars You Must Own In 2024!

10. Ferrari 488 Pista

We kick things off with the Ferrari 488 Pista.

This mid-engine RWD supercar is perfect for cruising. The balance is spot on, and there’s so much fun to be had with this thing, by throwing it into a corner, and power sliding out.

It’s an experience everyone needs to try, so it is therefore essential to have one in your garage.

Forza Horizon 5 Ferrari 488 Pista

9. Lotus Elise Series I Sport 190

In the number 9 spot, we have the Lotus Elise Series I Sport 190, specifically with an A-Class Road Racing handling build.

Because of A-Class Road Racing, while it may not be the best car overall, in fact far from it. At the tight twisty tracks, it’s one of, if not the best. Because it’s so light, and incredibly nimble with the short wheelbase. So, you can chuck it round the corners like no other decent A-Class car.

But more importantly, and the very reason it’s in this guide, is the fact that it’s so fun to drive. Being able to throw it into corners, and still get round, without heading straight into the shadow realm, is a truly satisfying feeling. And this is easily my personal favourite car to use for Online Racing.

Forza Horizon 5 Lotus Elise Series I Sport 190

8. Hoonigan Hoonicorn

In the number 8 spot, we have the Hoonigan Hoonicorn.

First things first, we need to pay out respects to the legend who made this car famous, Ken Block, who tragically passed away exactly a year ago.

The Hoonicorn was easily the most iconic car from his incredible career, and in Forza Horizon 5, it’s an absolute weapon to drive. As a Drift car, it’s obviously brilliant as that’s what it was made for.

For banking massive skill chains, it’s one of the best cars, as the multiplyer goes upto X8. And then, just as a car to Hoon around in, it’s a lot of fun.

Whichever of the two variations of the Hoonicorn you own, it doesn’t really matter, because both are identical. The main thing is you experience the madness of it.

Forza Horizon 5 Hoonigan Hoonicorn

7. BMW Isetta

Moving onto the number 7 spot, we have the BMW Isetta.

This thing is in this guide for one reason and one reason only. It’s the best car for Drifting. The angles it can hold through corners are quite honestly ridiculous, and perhaps a bit unrealistic.

But, it’s important to own one of these, so that you can tear up any Drift Zone with ease.

Forza Horizon 5 BMW Isetta

6. Lamborghini Diablo GTR

Moving onto the number 6 spot, it’s the Lamborghini Diablo GTR.

As a car for S2-Class Road Racing, if you toss on a power build, at the right tracks, it’s a very strong car. And in certain tracks, it’s the best. But that’s not why it’s in this guide. The reason why it’s in this guide is because it’s the best car for Drag Racing in the game.

I know a lot of you probably don’t care too much about Drag Racing, but even so, it’s still worth owning this car. Because owning a car with such superior acceleration will always come in handy for various Danger Signs, Speed Traps, and other activities.

Forza Horizon 5 Lamborghini Diablo GTR

5. Brabham BT62

At the number 5 spot, we have the Brabham BT62.

In the highly competitive realms of S2-Class Road Racing, where the best car swings from track to track, if you want the best chance of winning the Championships, you’re going to want to use the Brabham, because it’s the best all-round.

Its clear strength comes at the tracks without too many long straights, as its grip through corners is unmatched, and it feels like driving on rails.

While it’s straight line speed leaves it a bit to be desired, and you will suffer on the tracks full of long straights, it’s at least a very easy car to drive, so you should still be able to bring it home in a decent position.

While being very good for S2-Class Road Racing, it’s a joy to drive, and lots of fun to use.

Forza Horizon 5 Brabham BT62

4. International Scout 800A

Next, we have the International Scout 800A filling in the number 4 spot.

This thing is basically the king of any kind of off-road racing in A-Class or lower. Its strengths and weaknesses change from class to class.

But generally speaking, it’s just really good all-round. Particularly in B-Class, it’s just an absolute meta car, and a force to be reckoned with.

Forza Horizon 5 International Scout 800A

3. Hennessey Venom F5

Coming in at number 3, we have the Hennessey Venom F5.

Along with the Koenigsegg Jesko, it’s very neck and neck, as to which is the fastest car in FH5. I think it’s just about the Koenigsegg, but it’s very close.

The reason I’ve put the Venom F5 in this guide instead of the Jesko, is because the Venom F5 gets upto speed quicker. So, it’s more useful than the Jesko for all the speed traps, and danger signs, where having a car with immense straight line speed comes in handy.

If you already have the Koenigsegg Jesko, you probably don’t need to own the Hennessey Venom F5. But it’s still very important to have one or the other, because there’s always times when you need to deploy speed in excess of 300mph, and the Hennessey Venom F5 is certainly the best car for that.

Forza Horizon 5 Hennessey Venom F5

2. Rimac Concept Two

For the penultimate car in this guide, we have the Rimac Concept Two.

Now, you’re probably expecting it to be somewhat related to Drag Racing, as that’s what this thing is famous for. But you’d be completely wrong. Because with an Off-road tune, it’s a meta car for Off-road Speed Traps, Speed Zones, Danger Signs, and Trailblazers. It can even do alright at the Off-road Drift Zones.

So, for most PR Stunts off the asphalt roads, this will be the best car. If you’re wondering about the Rimac Nevera, that’s not quite as good, because it weighs a bit more than the Concept Two.

Forza Horizon 5 Rimac Concept Two

1. Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Forza Edition

Finally, for the most important car to own, it’s the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Forza Edition.

The grip, speed, acceleration, and everything about this thing is unreal. It’s comfortably the king of X-Class. And it makes such light work of speed zones, because it can carry so much speed through the corners.

Even on a lot of the Off-road Speed Zones, if you toss on an Off-road tune, it’s very decent. Driving this thing is an incredible experience, as you turn and it just grips.

And that’s all 10 of the Cars You Must Own. If you’re guilty of not owning any of these, be sure to sort it out right away.

Forza Horizon 5 Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Forza Edition