Here’s the Forza Horizon 5 Too Cool To Air Treasure Hunt prize location

Season 2 of the latest Horizon spectacular in Forza Horizon 5 is coming to an end, with the series making one last stop within Spring until the third Season is underway. As per the first and last seasons in the series, a new Treasure Hunt challenge is here and starts with a cryptic message.

Upon completing the ‘Too Cool To Air’ challenge, you’ll be rewarded with 50,000 in-game credits and three points to work your way towards the Season Rewards. For the Hot Season, they are the Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder for 25 points, and the Peel Trident for 45 points.

So, onto the challenge. The cryptic message supplied by the Treasure Hunt reads “I hear 25 bells ringing in the air like it’s 1957”. This points towards the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, as it can be seen within the picture, and requires the player to gain 25 air skills. Any type of air skill is required, so small jumps within a hilly area is fine, and won’t require you to tune the car.

Once completed, a message will pop-up on screen, and a transparent red circle will appear within the Aerodrome En La Selva, located at the southern point of the map.

The chest is located on top of a broken aeroplane wing, complete with two propellers. Reaching the chest can be slightly tricky, so make sure to take a run up and the 50,000 credit reward is yours.


Once you’ve earned 45 points in the festival playlist to unlock the Peel Trident, the next step is to climb in and head to Teotihuacán, located on the runway to the south of the Horizon Street Scene Outpost.

Upon arrival, simply open the camera app with up on the D-pad and tap A to snap the picture to gain 2 points, and the Air Guitar emote for your superstar to enjoy.


Seeing that the seasons starts on the final week of December, the rewards available within the #FORZATHON shop are related to the most recent Holiday.

Two Christmas related hats are available, as you can choose between a Santa Hat and a Happy Snowman Head to wear for the last few days of the holiday. Not only that, but the 2011 Lamborghini Sesto will be one of the best purchases you can get for only 600 Forza Points, as it can easily access the S class if upgrades are applied and is one of the fastest cars within the game.

Rewards now available:

  • Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Forza Edition 2011 – 600 FP
  • Santa Hat – 75 FP
  • Happy Snowman Head – 75 FP
  • Ford #5 Escort RS1800 MKII 1977 – 300 FP
  • 1x Super Wheelspin – 300 FP
  • 1x Horizon Wheelspin – 80 FP


The final weekly challenge is all about the 1992 Ford Escort RS Cosworth, complete with 5 points towards the playlist, and 160 Forza Points.

If you’re struggling to complete any of the chapters, we recommend a tune we’ve created specifically for this challenge: 781 463 238.

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