What cars are on the full Forza Horizon 5 Rally Adventure cars list? The second expansion for the open-world racing game is here and it is bringing a good amount of new vehicles for you to test out. But, with the rally-focused environment in this expansion what types of cars can you expect to add to your collection?
The varied Forza Horizon 5 Rally Adventure map means that this expansion comes with a good mix of off-road and speed-focused cars. They all are some of the more recent top performers in off-road races and have some great horsepower behind them that makes them unique within Forza Horizon 5.
The 10 new cars in the Forza Horizon 5 Rally Adventure DLC are:
- 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Platinum
- 1973 Hoonigan Volkswagen Baja Beetle Class 5/1600 ‘Scumbug’
- 2001 Ford #4 Ford Focus RS
- 2022 Alumicraft #6165 Trick Truck
- 2021 Polaris RZR Pro XP Factory Racing Limited Edition
- 2020 Jimco #179 Hammerhead Class 1
- 2019 Jimco #240 Fastball Racing Spec Trophy Truck
- 2019 Casey Currie Motorsports #4402 Ultra 4 ‘Trophy Jeep’
- 2021 RJ Anderson #37 Polaris RZR Pro 4 Truck
- 2021 Alumicraft #122 Class 1 Buggy
2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Platinum
The 2022 Ford F-150 is built to overcome the most extreme terrain in a smooth and agile manner. With a heavy weight, it won’t be speeding past every vehicle, but its adaptiveness is the star quality of the car.
1973 Hoonigan Volkswagen Baja Beetle Class 5/1600 ‘Scumbug’
The offroad scumbag is able to outpace other vehicles offroad despite its rugged look. With grippy tires, it can hold onto the tough terrain found in Sierra Neuva.
2001 Ford #4 Ford Focus RS
The legendary Ford Focus RS is here and its classic style and speed will allow you to hold your own during the many different races that are spread out across the sparse Rally Adventure map.
2022 Alumicraft #6165 Trick Truck
This Trick Truck is fine-tuned to suit any team’s needs with a custom engine and a large body to batter your way through the competition as you are driving both off-road and on the road.
2021 Polaris RZR Pro XP Factory Racing Limited Edition
Fully equipped to take on the hardest race in the world, the 5000 mile Dakar event, the Polaris RZR Pro XP Factory Racing Limited Edition is built with durable parts to outperform anything else and remain adaptable for any situation.
2020 Jimco #179 Hammerhead Class 1
The Hammerhead Class 1 is a beast with high front wheel travel and a stellar record off the road on dust, sands, and rocks. This makes it a beefy boy that you won’t want to be in the way of during a race.
2019 Jimco #240 Fastball Racing Spec Trophy Truck
The Fastball Racing Spec Trophy Truck attacks its terrain with 40-inch tires and 26 inches of wheel travel on the front and 32 inches on the rear, for incredible flexibility.
2019 Casey Currie Motorsports #4402 Ultra 4 ‘Trophy Jeep’
This buggy is one of the most enjoyable to read during muddy, off-road races with a fully adjustable chassis, independent suspension of the front and rear axle, and a pace which can be hard to keep up with.
2021 RJ Anderson #37 Polaris RZR Pro 4 Truck
The Polaris RZR Pro 4 Truck stands out from the Trophy Turcks with several differences. Those include a smaller body and lighter weight that is prime for steadfast drivers to push through large groups and remain steady in a race.
2021 Alumicraft #122 Class 1 Buggy
Finally, the 2021 Alumicraft #122 Class 1 Buggy is primed for extreme off-road races with an engine that fits your playstyle and a lot of horsepower that can propel it to great performance.
That covers all the Forza Horizon 5 Rally Adventure cars. One of these will hopefully make it onto our list of the best Forza Horizon 5 off-road cars, or maybe even sneak into the Forza Horizon 5 best car ranking. Which are you most excited about?