It only seems like two months since Forza Horizon 5 last released a set of paid-for cars, mainly because it was only two months since a set of paid-for cars was released.
Back then, it was the Italian Exotics pack, with seven (rather appropriately) Italian cars.
This time around, the ‘Super Speed’ pack has just four vehicles. The Porsche Cayman is already in the game, but not this GT4 RS version, which takes the 911 GT3’s engine and places it in the middle. Likely the most extreme petrol-powered Cayman ever.
Meanwhile, the Volkswagen Golf R is the Mk8 version, which is the contemporary version. It features all-wheel drive, like all ‘R’ variants and the venerable EA888 2-litre engine. It joins the older Mk4 (R32), Mk6, Mk7 and Mk7.5 versions already available.
The KTM X-BOW GTX is a track car, based upon a race car designed for the GT2 regulations. It’s low-lung and menacing, with a mid-mounted Audi-derived five-cylinder engine.
Finally, the Elemental Rp1 is a UK-produced cottage industry speciality. Two seats, no roof, a carbon fibre tub and a weight of just 620kgs. It’s a curio but we’d take this over yet another version of the Ford Bronco, please.
Forza Horizon 5 Super Speed DLC pack contents
- Elemental Rp1
- KTM X-BOW GTX
- Porsche (718) Cayman GT4 RS
- Volkswagen Golf R Mk8
Forza Horizon 5 Super Speed DLC pack release date
The Super Speed DLC pack for Forza Horizon 5 will be released 10th October 2023 for PC and Xbox.
Is the Super Speed Car Pack part of the Forza Horizon 5 Car Pass?
No, the Super Speed Car Pack is separate from the Forza Horizon Car Pass, and also the Deluxe and Premium editions of the game. If you’d like these cars, pony up. Although, at the time of publication, pricing is not confirmed.
The DLC will land on the same day as a free game update, with new achievements, Festival playlist challenges (where you could unlock two new cars) and a drift camera mode.