CrisTheFool's Car Wishlist FH5

Hey, I’ve been a long time car nut and I’ve been playin Forza for a long time, here are some cars I’d like to see added to Horizon 5:

1991-1995 Alpine A610: This one is actually extremely rare, as only 818 units were made. The 610 has never been featured in any modern games as far as I know).

1986 Alfa Romeo GTV6: this one has been on the Forza series before, and it would make for a fantastic drive with its Busso V6 and transaxle gearbox.

2003-2010 Alfa Romeo GT: Yes, the GT, last featured in the original TDU. A car that for most people I know has a controversial look for an Alfa, but looks fabulous nonetheless.

1990 Audi quattro 20V: last breath of a legend, the most powerful variant of the original “LWB” Quattro, has only been featured in 2 games as far as I know, NFS The Run and NFS World. This particular one I would love to see in any game from this generation.

1993-1995 Audi S2 Coupe: Can be considered the last of the OG 5 cylinder fast coupes, it had a more powerful engine than the earlier 3B S2s, and a 6 speed manual gearbox, which made them faster too. Never featured in any game.

1987 BMW 635CSi: The E24 was BMWs GT, and was amazing at it, with amazing looks and handling to match it, it became kind of an icon. Last time it appeared in the Forza series was Forza Motorsport 7.

2008 Chrysler Crossfire SRT6: This one is a mixed bag, it’s a car that exists purely because Mercedes let Chrysler use the SLK platform to something, and it was a bit underwhelming, either because of its interior quality, or its performance, the later was fixed when the SRT came around. It has the same 3.2 supercharged V6 as the SLK and C32 AMG, and instead of the “active” rear spoiler that all Crossfires had, the SRT received a fixed one, it also featured a new fully tuned suspension and a full set of goodies. This car has never been in the Horizon series, yet it had been present in Motorsport 2, 3 and 4.

1990 Dodge Shadow Sport: This car was not really in my list at the beginning, but after searching a bit about what was sold in Mexico back in the 80s and 90s, I found out that this car was liked quite a lot, some people even callin it one of the fastest cars in the streets back then, so why not throw it into the mix? Never featured in any game.

1992 Dodge Daytona Iroc R/T: I know what you’re probably thinking; “It’s a K-platform car, it’s crap”, to which I say, absolutely, but it’s also crazy fast. With a limited run of around a thousand units, a 2.2 liter turbocharged engine producing 224hp, it was one of the fastest MOPAR products of the 1990s.

1999 Hyundai Coupe/Tiburon Turbulence: A car that you either love or hate, but it’s cool, it even had a Veilside kit made for it back in the day. Never featured in any game.

2003 Hyundai Tiburon/Tuscani/Coupe: A car famous for lookin sporty and driving like a dog (not really but you get the point), it makes for a very fun tuner car, with tons of customization on the market. It has been featured in plenty of games, including some Forza titles.

2013 Hyundai Genesis Coupe (either the 2.0T or the 3.8, either of them is good): Back when this thing was new (circa 2008 or so), it was featured in FM3, with an HKS version and a stock V6 version, also a few Horizon titles.

1990 Infiniti M30/Nissan Leopard (F31): Okay, this one is kind of dark, since it didn’t even have commercial success in the US and was pretty much unknown outside of Japan. This is a luxury coupe that shared most of it’s running train with the contemporary Z car, using the same V6 engines (only the 3 liter n/a was offered for the Infinitis), suspension, etc. The car has a sedate and elegant design, a bit too 80s some might say.

2016-2020 Lexus GS-F: Honestly, I’m surprised this car is not in many games, the GS-F is an amazing super sedan, with a powerful 5 liter V8, over 450 horses, and an exhaust note that’s beyond good.

That’s all for now, since I don’t really have a full list in mind, I’ll probably add more.


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