8 Fastest Cars In Forza Horizon 5

One of the most-played racing games of all time is Forza Horizon 5. Over five hundred high-performance vehicles were included, and the game was an instant hit.

Choosing a vehicle to utilize in the game is not an easy task, as many factors must be considered. For the vast majority of people, speed is the most important feature. However, some players want high-speed freaks, even in casual games. If this applies to you, picking the appropriate vehicle is vital. Thankfully, the game informs you of each vehicle’s maximum speed.

The game has almost five hundred and twenty vehicles, so naturally, people want to know which ones are the quickest. These are the quickest cars in Horizon 5.

8. Rimac Concept 2

Speed: 261 miles per hour
 Handling: 7.5
Acceleration: 9.9
 Launch: 10
 Braking: 9.3

Rimac Concept 2photo source:  KudosPrime

The Rimac Concept 2 and the Lotus Evija are two of the quickest electric vehicles in Forza Horizon 5. The Rimac’s four liquid-cooled permanent magnet synchronous electric motors provide 1887 horsepower, enabling a 0-100 KMH run in 1.85 seconds and a 421 KMH peak speed.

The C2, often known as Concept 2, is an all-electric hypercar produced by the Croatian company Rimac. The automobile operates four electric motors, one for each wheel, capable of a little over 258 mph (415 km/h). It is the direct sequel to Rimac’s first vehicle, the Concept One, and the track-focused variation, the Concept S.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the manufacturing of the vehicle, dubbed Nevera, was delayed until 2021.

Did You Know:

The term “Nevera” is derived from the Croatian phrase for “a sudden, brief storm with lightning.”

7. McLaren Speedtail

Speed: 265 miles per hour
 Handling: 6.9
Acceleration: 6.3
 Launch: 4.4
 Braking: 7.1

McLaren Speedtailphoto source:  Carscoops

2019 marked the launch of the limited-production McLaren Speedtail hypercar. Designed as a low-drag automobile, the Speedtail features a streamlined body with an expanded rear.

The carbon fiber body was designed with as many massive panels as feasible to reduce panel gaps, including McLaren’s largest carbon fiber bodywork to date, a one-piece rear clamshell.

In addition to the covered front wheels and retractable rear view cameras in place of side mirrors, other prominent aerodynamic innovations include the covered front wheels and retractable rearview cameras. The result is an ultra-low-drag hypercar that will pass the 299 KMH barrier in 12.8 seconds.

Did You Know:

The McLaren Speedtail is officially the quickest production automobile ever produced by McLaren.

6. Hennessey Venom GT

Speed: 269 miles per hour
 Handling: 7.4
Acceleration: 6.8
 Launch: 7.4
 Braking: 7.8

Hennessey Venom GTphoto source:  GameSpew

Hennessey designed their quickest vehicle with the Bugatti Veyron’s 0-200 MPH time in mind. The Hennessey Venom GT is powered by a 1000+ horsepower General Motors ‘LSX’ V8 engine and weighs 2685 lb (1218 kg) thanks to its carbon fiber bodywork and wheels. It is constructed on an extensively modified Lotus Exige chassis.

The Hennessey hypercar’s 270-mph peak speed and smooth takeoff are enough to wipe the floor with the competition easily. However, unlike the other vehicles on this list, the Hennessey Venom GT’s peak speed in the real world and in the game is very consistent. The Venom GT can reach a maximum velocity of 434 KMH in-game.

The Hennessey Venom GT’s steering and brakes have been fine-tuned for straight-line speed. As a result, the Venom GT can be purchased for a cheap 1,200,000 CR.

Did You Know:

It is impossible to paint the hood a different color than the body.

5. Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

Speed: 270 miles per hour
 Handling: 7.9
Acceleration: 10
 Launch: 5.9
 Braking: 8.6

Bugatti Veyron Super Sportphoto source:  GameSpot

The 2011 Swedish-built hypercar debuted in the Ship Bonus Car Pack for Forza Motorsport 4 and has since appeared in every Forza game. The vehicle’s poor handling has been dramatically improved since its 2011 debut, going from a dismal 6.3 on the S2 920 performance index to a more impressive 8.5.

Its highest speed may astound you, but the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport’s acceleration numbers—0-100 kilometers per hour in only 2.4 seconds and 0–161 kilometers per hour in just five seconds—will wow you even more.

The Veyron is one of the quickest cars in Forza Horizon 5 due to its huge 8-liter, quad-turbo W16 engine, which produces 1183 horsepower. Mild acceleration is still something players must deal with.

The vehicle’s high rate of acceleration makes it inappropriate for use in congested areas, such as downtown streets and alleys. On roads, though, it will be unrivaled.

Did You Know:

Its engine, dubbed 8.0L W16 – Quad Turbo in-game, can be switched into the Bugatti EB110 Super Sport in the Horizon series.

4. Bugatti Chiron

Speed: 274 miles per hour
 Handling: 7.9
Acceleration: 9.9
 Launch: 6.1
 Braking: 8.6

Bugatti Chironphoto source:  Steam

The Bugatti Chiron is the follow-up to the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 and was named after Monaco-born driver Louis Chiron. The Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo concept vehicle served as inspiration for its design.

The Chiron can reach a speed of 267 miles per hour and boasts superb steering and stopping power. This car is great for drag racing but struggles on winding roads.

As a result, this vehicle is as good a fit for less demanding competitions like scrambles and drag races as the Super Sport variant. If you don’t prioritize precise handling, the French-built car you’re looking at is fantastic. This fan favorite may be purchased at the Autoshow for 2,400,000 CR.

Did You Know:

In Forza Horizon 4, players must utilize a Bugatti Chiron to complete the Broadway Windmill Danger Sign in Chapter 1 of the Horizon Story series, “The Stunt Driver.”

3. Koenigsegg One:1

Speed: 277 miles per hour
 Handling: 9.5
Acceleration: 7.0
 Launch: 7.5
 Braking: 10

Koenigsegg One:1photo source:  GameModels

Due to its consistent ranking among the series’ fastest cars even now, this vehicle deserves praise. In Forza Horizon 4, its weakness is reduced acceleration. However, the Koenigsegg One:1 has excellent braking capabilities and can still reach speeds over 270 mph.

This supercar is a newcomer to the Forza series, debuting in Forza 3’s Horizon. Like the other titles in the series, this one has one of the series’ fastest cars, but with less reliable acceleration than the FH3 version’s shaky handling.

It’s still tough to dismiss a car that can confidently stop, maneuver, and accelerate to 277 miles per hour. Avoid hitting too many things when you drive off, especially other automobiles. The asking price of 2,850,000 CR at the Autoshow is slightly higher than most people would expect.

Did You Know:

Even though the One:1 is a Targa top roadster in real life, the roof cannot be removed in any of the video game versions.

2. Koenigsegg Agera RS

Speed: 280 miles per hour
 Handling: 9.7
Acceleration: 7.0
 Launch: 7.6
 Braking: 9.7

Koenigsegg Agera RSphoto source:  KudosPrime

In Forza Horizon 5, the Agera RS and the Agera RS-derived Koenigsegg One:1 can reach a peak speed of around 446 kilometers per hour on the Mexican motorways.

The Agera RS is a track-focused derivative of the Koenigsegg Agera, including numerous components from the One:1, such as the 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine, which produces 1160 hp (865 kW) as standard and can be improved to 1,341 hp (1 MW) as an option.

Due to a minor increase in weight, the Agera RS with the improved engine does not reach or exceed the power-to-weight ratio, unlike the One:1.

The Agera RS has rapid acceleration and a peak speed of 280 mph, approximately 10 mph faster than the One:1. It is the fastest stock production car in the Forza series, making it suited for Speed Trap PR stunts and circuits that emphasize maximum speed.

In addition to its faultless 10-speed score, it also earns a 9.7 for handling, ensuring exceptional cornering grip.

Did You Know:

With an average speed of 447 km/h, the Koenigsegg Agera RS is the world’s fastest production automobile to have set a speed record in both directions (most notably on a closed public route) (278 mph).

1. Koenigsegg Jesko

Speed: 286 miles per hour
 Handling: 10
Acceleration: 6.9
 Launch: 7.4
 Braking: 9.0

Koenigsegg Jeskophoto source:  PC Invasion

The Jesko, named for company founder Christian Von Koenigsegg’s father, Jesko Von Koenigsegg, is the fastest car in Forza Horizon 5, capable of going 286 miles per hour.

The Jesko has a rebuilt 5-liter V8 turbocharged engine from the Agera RS that produces up to 1600 horsepower on E85. In-game, this value will be closer to 1280 horsepower, suggesting that the Jesko is operating on regular gasoline.

Despite its lesser horsepower output, the Jesko is the fastest vehicle in Forza 5. The Jesko can reach 461 km/h, 8 km/h quicker than the Agera RS. In the context of vehicles capable of 400 kilometers per hour, 8 kilometers per hour is sufficient to give the impression that you’re cruising.

It ranks at the top of the speed scale with a score of 10 and excels in the corners, earning a score of 10 for handling. In light of this, there is no doubt that the Koenigsegg Jesko is the best choice, regardless of whether you want to travel quickly in a straight line or attack the apex with precise accuracy.

Did You Know:

The Jesko is the first automobile from the 2020s to feature in the Forza series.

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