10 Fastest Cars In Forza Horizon 4

Playing Forza Horizon 4 is a wonderful experience if you’re a car nut. The joy of racing through rich landscapes and outrunning your competition can give you quite an adrenaline rush.

Choosing which car to use in the game can be pretty tricky; there are a lot of things to consider.

The top priority on almost everyone’s list is probably how fast it is. Even when playing a casual game, some people still prefer the speed freaks in the extreme. It’s crucial to choose the right automobile if it applies to you.

Thankfully, the game lets you know each car’s top speed, even if you may upgrade your cars with new components.

This list will guide you in choosing the speed demon best for you.

#10 Shelby Monaco King Cobra

Speed: 7.4
 Handling: 7.2
Acceleration: 7.1
 Launch: 8.7
 Braking: 6.5

Shelby Monaco King Cobraphoto source: Wikimedia Commons

Despite being at least 50 years old, the Shelby Monaco King Cobra is still a terrifyingly quick vehicle. It has excellent acceleration and launch, enabling it to reach around 290 with ease. The best aspect is how inexpensive it is at 550,000 CR.

According to the official description, this 1963 classic can compete with the flashier supercars of the present day, which boasts that it has a “screaming 289 V8 and putting out 400 hp.”

This little car can get going quickly, thanks to excellent launch and acceleration. With different modifications and tuning, it reportedly reached speeds of up to 285 mph. For 550,000 CR, you may get this amusing collectible at the Autoshow.

Did You Know:

The car’s distinct shade of blue is named “Viking Blue.”

#9 Ferrari LeFerrari

Speed: 9.5
 Handling: 9.8
Acceleration: 8.2
 Launch: 9.5
 Braking: 10

Ferrari LeFerrariphoto source: Ferrari

Who doesn’t enjoy driving a Ferrari? This Italian luxury car is one of the top vehicles available in Forza Horizon 4.

Nearly every other feature is excellent if players overlook the 2013 Ferrari’s relatively weak acceleration.

Players won’t have to be concerned about losing control whether flying through Britain’s steep plains or sliding through the snow thanks to its braking. It handles smoothly even at its inflated top speed of 257 mph. At the Autoshow, you can purchase this enduring piece for 1.5 million CR.

Did You Know:

In Forza Motorsport 5, you can’t open the front hood or the engine cover in Forzavista. However, since Forza Motorsport 6, the LaFerrari can be completely explored.

#8 Koenigsegg Agera

Speed: 9.6
 Handling: 8.5
Acceleration: 7.3
 Launch: 8.9
 Braking: 8.9

Koenigsegg Ageraphoto source: Wikipedia

The Forza series has relied heavily on the Agera from its debut production run in 2011 in Sweden. Even though the acceleration is a bit slower, it is still possible to reach a top speed of 262 kilometers per hour with the Koenigsegg Agera.

Did You Know:

In Forzavista, the Agera’s wiper is placed across the center of the windscreen, but while the car is being driven, it is placed across the right side.

#7 Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

Speed: 9.9
 Handling: 8.0
Acceleration: 9.9
 Launch: 10
 Braking: 8.4

Bugatti Veyron Super Sportphoto source: Bugatti

The Swedish-built 2011 hypercar debuted in Forza Motorsport 4’s Ship Bonus Car Pack and has subsequently appeared in each Forza game.

Even better, this vehicle’s problematic handling has much improved since its 2011 launch, rising from a pitiful 6.3 to a more commendable 8.5 on the S2 920 performance index.

However, if they discover a long highway or straightaway, they may send this vehicle flying at a whopping 262 mph. Players still have to cope with some mild acceleration. As a result of its rapid acceleration, it is not ideally suited for usage on narrow streets and alleys. Nonetheless, it will be the boss when it comes to highways.

Did You Know:

To gain the achievement “Record Breaker” in Forza Horizon 4, players must pass any Speed Trap in a Veyron Super Sport at a speed of at least 258 mph (415 km/h).

#6 Bugatti Chiron

Speed: 10
 Handling: 8.3
Acceleration: 9.8
 Launch: 10
 Braking: 8.7

Bugatti Chironphoto source: Wikimedia Commons

This Forza Motorsport 4 debut vehicle, which replaces another Legendary-grade Bugatti hypercar, has been strengthened with the Horizon games thanks to improved handling and braking.

The Chiron has a speed of 267 mph and has excellent handling and braking. Although it is vulnerable to curving roads, this vehicle excels at drag racing.

Thus, this car is just as excellent a candidate for those simpler scrambles and Drag Races as its Super Sport version. This French-built vehicle is fantastic, assuming steering isn’t a significant concern. For 2,400,000 CR, this fan favorite is available at the Autoshow.

Did You Know:

The Broadway Windmill Danger Sign in Chapter 1 of the Horizon Story series “The Stunt Driver” in Forza Horizon 4 requires players to use a Bugatti Chiron.

#5 Hennessey Venom GT

Speed: 10
 Handling: 8.3
Acceleration: 7.6
 Launch: 9.1
 Braking: 8.7

Hennessey Venom GTphoto source: WallpaperUp

The Hennessey Venom GT decimates its competition with its incredible top speed of 270 mph and flawless takeoff. But just like the other two Bugatti models, it’s best to steer clear of curves as much as possible with this one because of its subpar handling and braking.

The handling and braking of the Hennessey Venom GT are optimized for drag racing and straight-aways. In Forza Horizon 4, the Venom GT costs only 1,200,000 CR, which is reasonable.

The sleek Venom GT is still the best option for people seeking a reasonably priced and quick vehicle. One of the fastest automobiles in the game can be purchased at the Autoshow for merely 1,200,000 CR, which is a fair price.

Did You Know:

The Venom GT was not able to qualify as the “fastest production car” for the Guinness Book of World Records since its top speed run was not performed in two directions, despite reaching a higher top speed than the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, which reached 267.856 mph (431.072 km/h).

#4 Koenigsegg One:1

Speed: 10
 Handling: 9.8
Acceleration: 7.5
 Launch: 9.0
 Braking: 10

Koenigsegg One:1photo source: Car and Driver

Even today, the Koenigsegg One:1 merits recognition because it has regularly been among the fastest in the series. Its flaw was changed to a decreased acceleration in Forza Horizon 4. Even so, the Koenigsegg One:1 can still exceed 270 mph because of its beautifully smooth brakes.

With its debut on the Horizon in the third Forza game, this supercar is relatively fresh to the Forza world. This is one of the quickest vehicles in the franchise, albeit its unstable handling from FH3 has been replaced with inferior acceleration.

Even yet, it’s difficult to reject a vehicle that can brake, manage, and reach a speed of 268 mph with such confidence. Just be careful not to crash into too many vehicles or other obstacles as you take off. In addition, the car costs 2,850,000 CR at the Autoshow, which is more expensive than one may anticipate.

Did You Know:

Although the One:1 is a Targa top roadster in real life, the roof cannot be removed in games.

#3 Koenigsegg Agera RS

Speed: 10
 Handling: 9.5
Acceleration: 7.5
 Launch: 9.0
 Braking: 10

Koenigsegg Agera RSphoto source: Diecast Society

Some players could be put off by the Agera RS’s status as DLC. But with a top speed of 280 mph, it’s money well spent. Furthermore, its handling is superb, making it ideal for stunt driving and street racing.

Those who dislike DLC won’t be happy to learn that the Car Pass, an add-on pack that includes Forza’s fastest car with the Deluxe or Ultimate Editions, must be purchased. But those who think it’s a good investment will undoubtedly enjoy driving this monstrosity.

The best thing is that it also has excellent handling and brakes, so one doesn’t have to worry about swerving off the road when traveling at 280 mph.

Did You Know:

This game’s rendition of the car is the same used to break the land speed record.

#2 Mosler MT900S

Speed: 8.1
 Handling: 10
Acceleration: 8.8
 Launch: 9.9
 Braking: 10

Mosler MT900Sphoto source: Flickr

It’s hard to beat a fast supercar, handles well, and can go almost 300 mph if tuned correctly. The Mosler MT900S has a 7.0L supercharged V8 engine and 530 bhp, where it counts.

Players like that it can go as fast as 300 miles per hour and stops well. You don’t have to worry about losing control of this fun car when you hit the brakes.

The vehicle’s flawless braking system allows drivers to stop their cars quickly without losing control. Unsurprisingly, you can’t get this “Hard-to-Find” car at the Autoshow. However, you can find this car as an item in the Forzathon Shop or as a reward from the Festival Playlist.

Did You Know:

The Xbox 360 games indicate that the United Kingdom is the country of origin for the Mosler MT900S.

#1 Ferrari 599XX EVO

Speed: 8.9
 Handling: 10
Acceleration: 8.1
 Launch: 9.5
 Braking: 10

Ferrari 599XX EVOphoto source: Wikimedia Commons

The Ferrari 599XX EVO is the fastest car in Forza Horizon 4, reaching 320 miles an hour. Unfortunately, however, it is also quite difficult to get.

This model has a 6.0L naturally aspirated V12 engine with 740 horsepower to burn tires. It handles fairly well and can travel down roads at breakneck speed.

The car is so rare that it cannot be purchased in the Autoshow, but it may be listed in the Forzathon Shop or as a reward from the Festival Playlist.

Did You Know:

The 599XX Evoluzione is the first vehicle in the Forza series to reach 500 km/h (311 mph) safely; however, it can only do so when modified.

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