The second expansion for Forza Horizon 5, Rally Adventure, is all about mixed-surface driving against the clock, with a co-driver and across a new Sierra Nueva area.
As a paid DLC pack, an additional fee alongside the main game – unless you own the Premium Edition, Premium Add-Ons Bundle or Expansions Bundle – it also comes with new cars that have never been seen in the Microsoft-produced open-world racing game.
Here are all 10 of the cars on the way, come the 29th March 2023 release date.
- 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Platinum
- 2001 #4 Ford Focus RS WRC
- 1973 Hoonigan Volkswagen Baja Beetle Class 5/1600 ‘Scumbug’
- 2021 RJ Anderson #37 Polaris RZR Pro 4 Truck
- 2019 Casey Currie Motorsports #4402 Ultra 4 ‘Trophy Jeep’
- 2021 Alumicraft #122 Class 1 Buggy
- 2022 Alumicraft #6165 Trick Truck
- 2021 Polaris RZR Pro XP Factory Racing Limited Edition
- 2020 Jimco #179 Hammerhead Class 1
- 2019 Jimco #240 Fastball Racing Spec Trophy Truck
2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Platinum
Ford’s first production all-electric truck, based upon the world’s best-selling vehicle, the F-150 pick-up truck.
2001 #4 Ford Focus RS WRC
A World Rally Championship-specification car that competed in the 2001 WRC thanks to Colin McRae and Nicky Grist.
1973 Hoonigan Volkswagen Baja Beetle Class 5/1600 ‘Scumbug’
The Hoonigan Racing Division’s heavily modified Volkswagen Beetle was designed to chase the Baja 1000 off-road motorsport event.
2021 RJ Anderson #37 Polaris RZR Pro 4 Truck
Nope, this is not the existing #37 Pro 2 truck seen in Forza Horizon 5 and previous titles already, but an updated version, sans Rockstar Energy sponsorship.
2019 Casey Currie Motorsports #4402 Ultra 4 ‘Trophy Jeep’
This was used to compete in the Baja 100 event by Currie, the perfect accompaniment to the Ford #25 “Brocky” Ultra4 Bronco RTR already in the game.
2021 Alumicraft #122 Class 1 Buggy
There’s already a Class 10 buggy by Alumicraft in Forza Horizon 5, but this Class 1 version races to a different rule set. All Class 1 machines must have a 25-inch wheelbase, 37-inch tyres and 22 inches of wheel travel. Speaking of which…
2020 Jimco #179 Hammerhead Class 1
This Jimco is built to the same rules, so there are two equally performing trucks in the pack. Clever. If you recognise it, it may be because it was previously featured in DIRT 5.
2019 Jimco #240 Fastball Racing Spec Trophy Truck
Taking things up a notch, the Fastball looks kind of like a Ford, except it’s not. How about 40-inch tyres and 26 inches of wheel travel, oh yes.
2021 Polaris RZR Pro XP Factory Racing Limited Edition
This diminutive side-by-side a unique in the pack, with its small size and Dakar-class conquering ability.
2022 Alumicraft #6165 Trick Truck
Quite possibly the ultimate trophy truck, and something that should smash the palm trees of Sierra Nueva with ease thanks to 30 inches of rear-wheel travel.