Thrustmaster’s T248 and Ferrari SF1000 displays now support Forza Horizon 5

Thomas Harrison-Lord
The built-in displayers for both the T248 and Ferrari SF1000 wheel by Thrustmaster now natively support Forza Horizon 5.
Thrustmaster T248 Xbox sim racing wheel

Good news for those with Thrustmaster sim racing hardware and Forza Horizon 5 – the native displays for two wheels now support Microsoft’s open-world epic.

The entry-level T248 is a wheel, wheel base and pedal set – all in one package – and a version specifically for the Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC was launched earlier this year. It has a small, built-in, telemetry display that currently supports games such as DIRT 5, F1 2021 and CarX Drift Racing Online.

Now, Forza Horizon 5 is on that list, which is fitting really as the T248 and the Mexico-set racer are an ideal match.

Elsewhere, in a somewhat surprising move, the high-end Ferrari SF1000 Wheel Add-on‘s display will also support Forza Horizon 5, following the likes of iRacing, Assetto Corsa Competizione and Automobilista 2.

Thrustmaster Ferrari SF1000 Wheel Add-on

Both the T248 and SF1000 are excellent devices within their market niches, and further native display support only enhances their capabilities.

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