Forza Horizon 5 Holiday Update: GMA T.50 & More!

For Fast & Furious Fans and More!

A new month is here which means we have something exciting to look forward to in Forza Horizon 5 with the arrival of the “Winter Wonderland” series. Brand new cars will be added including the 2022 Subaru BRZ, Lotus 340R, and a number of classic racers such as the Ferrari 512 S and Aston Martin DBR1 and the cars from the hottest Fast X hit. Last but not least, the amazing GMA T.50 Supercar will also be added.

Aside from these invigorating new arrivals, numerous modifications have been made to the game, and the stadium has prominently been altered into a winter-accented arena, replete with an immaculate raceway. So let us inspect the latest patch in more depth.

Forza Horizon 5 - Fast X Car Pack

With the launch of the Toyota GR86 this year, Playground Games is now offering consumers the up-to-date Subaru BRZ. Just like the sister GR86, the BRZ is energized by a 2.4-liter Boxer motor that produces 228 horsepower as well as 184 lb-ft of torque.

Prior to this, those in the Subaru admirer community had only to pick from the 2013 BRZ for their automotive needs. This most recent inclusion adds one more car to the firm’s extensive FH5 line-up, now hosting an impressive 12 motor vehicles. Of course, it isn’t perhaps the strongest motor vehicle accessible to gamers of the match, but with tweaks and modifications for performance, it can be transformed into a satisfying drift vehicle or a sleeper which exceeds its expectations.

In order to gain access to the BRZ, gamers will need to secure 20 points in the Week 3 roster, which runs from December 21st-28th.

Forza Monthly | December 2023

One of the less renowned sports cars from Norfolk, the 340R was brought into existence in 2000 as an exclusive release of the Elise. As the name imparts, only 340 of these were made. The Lotus has impetus from a 1.8-L Rover K-Series motor that can produce a maximum of 187 hp and 139 lb-ft of torque.

In spite of these less than impressive performance numbers, one thing is certain: the 340R can reach 60 mph in just four and a half seconds. Although this car is not built mainly for speed, it still weighs an astonishingly light 1,545 pounds; making it a favorite with those who are looking to put it through its paces on track days. Drivers acclaimed its breathtaking cornering capabilities and often utilize the opportunity to show off their skillz.

For the time-span of Week 4, commencing December 28 to January 3, a valuation of just 20 points is being provided for the 340R model.

The latest edition of the eccentric British sports car, the Morgan Aero GT, has made its way to Mexico, equipped with a 4.8-litre V8 motor. Initially released in 2000, this unusual and individual vehicle roused mixed sentiments from die-hard classicists due to its one-of-a-kind façade.

Even though it was a lengthy 18-year reign, the Morgan soldiered on steadfastly with the Aero GT being one of its terminal models. Showcasing adjustable suspension and other progressive enhancements, it was a distant memory from the Morgan’s once traditional composition. Consumers had the option of equipping their vehicle either with a standard six-speed manual transmission or an automatic gearbox.

The V8 engine churns out 367 horsepower, which enables the Aero GT to launch from 0-62 mph in just 4.5 seconds before eventually reaching its top velocity of 170 mph. Are you intrigued? Win 20 points during Week 2, commencing on 14th December.

The debut of a one-off Lotus, the 2-Eleven, in 2009 saw the reveal of an immensely rare Exige variant. This British manufactured race car has been supplied with a 1.8 liter Toyota engine which produces 178 pound feet of torque and as much as 252 horsepower, propelled by its supercharger.

The performance is remarkable, as evidenced by its 3.8-second 0-60 mph speed and a solid 150 mph maximum velocity. Provided in both track-oriented and street models, the 2-Eleven weighs considerably less than other vehicles at 1,468 lbs (in its track edition).

The 340R will be succeeded by the 3-Eleven. To include it in the virtual garage, 20 points must be obtained. This new vehicle will be obtainable during the first week, which falls from December 7th to the 14th.

Excitement is building amongst Fast & Furious fans, with the release of a brand new car pack! This exciting action-packed addition features four thrilling cars from the most recent movie in the well-loved series: Fast X. Entailing Dom Toretto’s iconic 1970 Dodge Charger, the bad guy Dante Reyes’ notorious 1966 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport, a 1973 Datsun 240Z, and the powerful Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody, all enthusiasts of this franchise are bound to be pleased!

Dom’s vintage Charger delivers 980 horsepower, rendering maneuverability fairly complicated. For maniacs of Fast & Furious, it is one of the most renowned cars in the franchise and well worth shelling out for the set. Then again, for those wanting to immerse themselves in the part of nefarious villain, the Impala Super Sport should be a blast to drive – having an even more intense power level than the Charger, its hood holds 1,100 horses.

Are you searching for something more up-to-date? The 1,000 hp Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Redeye may be the perfect acquisition and can undoubtedly offer you a thrilling ride across Mexico – however, don’t attempt to block any heavy rolling explosives with it.

The classic sports coupe, the Datsun 240Z, adds a touch of Japanese panache to the scene. As piloted by Isabel Neves in Fast X, unfortunately, the time-honored vehicle comes to a catastrophic end at the hands of Reyes. Despite the pitying outcome, players can still indulge in the turbocharged vroom of the impressive 240Z, which offers 737 awe-inspiring horsepower. Its vivid yellow paint and widebody kit make it an eye-catching sight indeed.

A flipped automobile is not at all what one would anticipate in Forza; nevertheless, gamers can currently try out the revamped Flip Car 2.0. While the intimidating 700-hp V8 is great and all, the impressive element is that, for the first time in FH5, steerage on all three axles is now achievable with this vehicle.

As the end-of-year festivities approach, Forza Horizon’s Secret Santa is back! Those who are magnanimous and bestow a plethora of cars will be amply rewarded; the earlier they give away said cars, the sooner everyone will have access to the GMA T.50. This supercar – designed by engineering virtuoso Gordon Murray, the brain behind the McLaren F1 among other significant projects – is perhaps one of the most exhilarating creations of modern-day.

Possessing a normally-aspirated 4.0L V12 engine, the T.50 is truly remarkable for its sound quality and has an astonishing redline of 12,100 rpm. Not just that – its 656hp also makes it a treat to drive, with its genuine, nimble handling as well as breathtaking dynamics. Then again, in case you are not captivated by the T.50, Aston Martin’s Valkyrie will also be showcased in Horizon 5.

It’s really quite simple. In order to gain access to the T.50 and the Valkyrie, one must fill up a monitoring device that tracks group gifting. When the amount reaches 50% and 100%, the predetermined rewards will be distributed.

Additionally, four classic racers have become available at the Autoshow besides the modern vehicles named above. Enthusiasts will now be able to revel in the ‘golden age of racing’ by getting behind the wheel of a 1970 Ferrari 512 S, 1966 Porsche 906 Carrera 6, 1953 Jaguar C-Type or 1958 Aston Martin DBR1.

The athletics arena is all spruced up with delightful decorations, and a brand new running route has been installed. This trail is only accessible for now while the series gets underway, however, it will be back in later updates. Increasing points of interest are being given to PC gamers such as improvements, and most notably, the auditory experience of the Corvetta Z06, getting tweaked to seem more genuine. As indicated by the last installment, this Chevy was brought into play on the ‘American Automotive’ line.

We are eager to discern what will be featured in the forthcoming February update. Till then, gamers possess many vehicles to acquire and activities to perform.


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