New Quirky Cars and Nurburgring Access in Forza Horizon 5 and Motorsport!

Exciting News for Motorsport Fans: Iconic Nordschleife Track Set to Debut!

The upcoming month is rapidly approaching, signifying the arrival of fresh updates for Forza Horizon 5 as well as Forza Motorsport.

Kicking off with Horizon 5, the recent Lunar New Year installment commemorates the fresh lunar cycle with a wide variety of brand new automobiles hailing from China and South Korea. Alongside these, players can strive for fresh achievements to add to their collection, as well as an abundance of EventLab props and a newly added drift circuit within a converted football stadium.

The Festival Playlist now features an exciting lineup of five recently added cars for players to unlock, such as the brand-new Hyundai Ioniq 6, the previous Kona N model, and the i30 N, not available in the US market. These vehicles can be obtained by using a certain number of points in the weekly Festival Playlist. Additionally, the Veloster N is no longer the sole representation of Hyundai in the game. It is unfortunate that the Ioniq 5 N did not make the list, but we anticipate its inclusion in the near future.

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The remaining cars in the Festival Playlist originate from China. The recently added MG7 is sure to be a crowd-pleaser, especially since there has been a demand for more uncommon and realistic vehicles to be included in the selection. While many may assume that fans would prefer an abundance of sports and high-performance cars, the current lineup already offers plenty of options in that category, making the addition of unique models like the MG7 all the more attractive. Another new addition is the Lynk & Co 02 HB, which features a similar turbocharged 2.0-liter engine as the MG7.

For those looking for even more new rides to add to their collection, the latest Chinese Lucky Stars Car Pack offers an enticing deal of four DLC vehicles for only $4.99. The star of the pack is undoubtedly the eye-catching MG Cyberster, boasting a powerful 536 horsepower and fully electric capabilities. And if you’re in the mood for something cute and compact, the Wuling Hongguang Mini EV Macaron is also included in the pack. Another noteworthy addition is the Lynk & Co 05+ coupe crossover. But perhaps the most intriguing vehicle of the bunch is the 2012 Volkswagen Santana, making it the oldest and most captivating car in the lineup.

Originally launched in 1983, the Santana was Volkswagon’s strategy to quickly penetrate the thriving Chinese market and offer a trustworthy and reasonably priced option for families looking for a sedan. The Chinese populace greeted the Santana with great affection, leading to a staggering 6 million units being manufactured and purchased over the course of its existence. With game developers gearing up to present the Santana with a plethora of customizable features, it is anticipated to be warmly received by the community.

For all you Forza Motorsport enthusiasts out there, exciting news awaits! Next month, a brand new track is set to make its debut. Get ready to take on the legendary Nurburgring Nordschleife in exhilarating races. This highly anticipated track will be open for both single-player and online modes, as well as for Career, Free Play, and Private Multiplayer challenges. And for those looking to fine-tune their driving abilities and dominate the leaderboard, the Nurburgring can also be conquered in the intense Rivals Time Attack mode. Don’t miss out on this thrilling addition to the game!

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