Forza Horizon 4 Car List

Forza Horizon 4: LEGO Speed Champions
Sunday, June 9, 2019

New cars coming in Update 11:

1996 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport
2019 Ford Ranger Raptor
2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Deberti Design
2006 Koenigsegg CCX
2011 McLaren 12C Coupe
2014 Mercedes-Benz G 63 AMG 6x6
2017 Mercedes-Benz E 350 D 4Matic All-Terrain “Project E-AT”
2018 Top Gear Track-tor

The McLaren 12C has been in every game since FM3 (except FH3). The Koenigsegg and Impala were last seen in FM4. The 6x6 has been in the top 50 most requested cars by the community, and the Impala has been in the top 100.

New cars added with Update 12:

2019 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera
2017 Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Coupe
1974 LEGO Speed Champions Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0
1967 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia
1967 Volkswagen Type 3 1600 L (Notchback)

The two Aston Martins are new to the franchise, and the Superleggera has been among the top ten most requested models from the forum community. The Volkswagens are also available in FM7.

The LEGO Porsche is a Barn Find for owners of the LEGO Speed Champions Expansion, while the other four cars are Exclusive models usable by all players. These 5 cars bring the game’s total roster count to 641.

2019 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

  • Specs: S1 853 | 715 hp 5.2L twin-turbo V12
  • Division: Super GT
  • Reward: Winter Playlist 50% completion
  • 2017 Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Coupe*
  • Specs: S1 824 | 595 hp 5.9L V12
  • Division: Super GT
  • Reward: Spring Playlist 50% completion
  • 1974 LEGO Speed Champions Porsche 911 Turbo 3.0*
  • Specs: S1 898 | 491 hp
  • Division: Extreme Track Toys
  • Reward: Barn Find in LEGO Valley (brick progress)
  • 1967 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia*
  • Specs: D100 | 53 hp 1.5L naturally aspirated Flat-4
  • Division: Cult Cars
  • Reward: Autumn Playlist 50% completion
  • 1967 Volkswagen Type 3 1600 L (Notchback)*
  • Specs: D153 | 65 hp 1.6L naturally aspirated Flat-4
  • Division: Cult Cars
  • Reward: Autumn championship event

New cars added with Update 13:

2018 Italdesign Zerouno
1951 Porsche #46 356 SL Gmünd Coupe
1966 Porsche 906 Carrera 6
1970 Porsche #3 917 LH
2018 Porsche 718 Cayman GTS
2019 Porsche Macan Turbo

The theme of Series 13 is “All Porsche, All the Time” as covered in the Playground Games livestream and #ForzaMonthly livestream.

Five out of the six cars are new to the Forza franchise; the 906 Carrera 6 is available as a DLC model in Forza Motorsport 7, and is featured in the monthly Rivals event. The 917 longtail - sourced from the Simeone Museum - is the #3 hippie-livery model that came in second at Le Mans in 1970. The new Cayman differs from the 2015 model already in the game with a smaller, turbocharged 4-cylinder engine compared to the naturally aspirated flat-6 and is stock S1 class instead of A class. The oldest model of the group, the 356, was Porsche’s first race car and class winner at Le Mans. The most recent model, the 2019 Porsche Macan Turbo, is the new model officially revealed by Porsche today.

These six are the most recent of 75 cars added to the game for free since launch and bring the total game roster to 647. Italdesign is a new manufacturer and brings the game’s manufacturer count to 115.

Stock specs, Car Type, and reward availability from the Series 13 Festival Playlist:

2018 Italdesign Zerouno

  • S1 853 | 602 hp 5.2L naturally aspirated V10 from Audi/Lamborghini
  • Hypercars
  • Summer championship

2019 Porsche Macan Turbo

  • A720 | 434 hp 2.9L twin-turbo V6 from the 3rd gen Cayenne
  • Sport Utility Heroes
  • Winter championship

2018 Porsche 718 Cayman GTS

  • S1 808 | 361 hp 2.5L turbo Flat-4
  • Modern Sports Cars
  • Spring championship

1970 Porsche #3 917 LH

  • S1 868 | 601 hp 4.9L naturally aspirated V12
  • Classic Racers
  • Summer Trial

1966 Porsche 906 Carrera 6

  • A748 | 210 hp 2.0L naturally aspirated Flat-6
  • Classic Racers
  • Series 13 Festival Playlist 50% completion

1951 Porsche #46 356 SL Gmund Coupe

  • D199 | 46 hp 1.1L naturally aspirated Flat-4
  • Classic Racers
  • Autumn championship

Stats from my spreadsheet at

Pics from the article:

New cars added with Update 14:

2018 Ford F-150 Prerunner Deberti Design Truck
2019 McLaren 720S Spider
2018 McLaren 600LT Coupe
2018 Volkswagen #94 Volkswagen Motorsport I.D R Pikes Peak

These four Exclusive models were presented and discussed in the Update 14 Anniversary livestream and in the Series 14 McLaren trailer.

The Prerunner truck is the fourth Deberti Design custom in the game, following the Silverado Drift Truck, Mustang GT, and Wrangler Unlimited. The McLaren 720S Spider is technically new to Forza but joins the Coupe already in the Autoshow. As of September, the 600LT - the longtail version of the McLaren 570S - was among the top ten most requested cars in the community car wish lists thread. The record-setting I.D R is also new to the franchise. These four cars are available as rewards through the Series 14 Festival Playlist.

McLaren P1 Owen’s Edition

A fifth car, the 2013 McLaren P1 ‘Owen’s Edition’ is visible in the Blueprint selection menu and may be seen in races, but is not available to the player base.

With these five cars, the game’s menu roster now totals 652 models.

New cars added with Update 15:

2019 Bugatti Divo
2010 BMW M3 GTS
2010 Rossion Q1
2008 Koenigsegg CCGT

These four Exclusive models were presented and discussed in the Update 15 livestream. See how to collect them in the Exclusives Cars list thread.

Three of the four are cars returning to the franchise: the BMW was last seen as a 2012 DLC addition to the first Forza Horizon, while the Rossion and Koenigsegg were last seen in Forza Motorsport 4. With the addition of Rossion there are now 116 manufacturers in the game, and a total of 656 models. The new addition to the game and the franchise - the Bugatti Divo - is currently the 3rd most requested car in the community car wish lists thread.

The Divo has the same 1479 horsepower engine as the Chiron, but with more aero and 77 lbs lower weight, the Divo has a Handling rating of 9.2 compared to 8.3 for the Chiron. Similarly, the CCGT is the only Koenigsegg in the game with a 10.0 Handling rating, weighing nearly 740 lbs less than the 2011 Agera.

Overview from the announcement article:

Forza’s YouTube channel:
Series 15 - Rossion Q1
Series 15 - Bugatti Divo
Series 15 - BMW M3 GTS

New cars added with Update 16:

- 2019 Ferrari 488 Pista
- 1970 Ferrari 512 S
- 2018 ATS GT
- 1999 Lamborghini Diablo GTR

These four Exclusive models were presented and discussed in the Update 16 livestream and beginning of November’s Forza Monthly livestream. See how to collect them in the Exclusives Cars list thread.

Three of the four are cars are new to the franchise, while the Lamborghini was a late addition to FM7 and previously an Xbox 360-era car. Of the new models, ATS (Automobili Turismo e Sport S.p.A) is a new manufacturer to Forza, and the Ferrari 488 Pista was currently the 2nd most requested car in the community car wish lists thread as of November.

Here’s an overview of each model from the announcement article:

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New cars added with Update 17:

  • 2017 Alpine A110 (series Festival Playlist reward)
  • 1970 Mercury Cougar Eliminator (Eliminator reward)
  • 2018 Renault Megane R.S (Winter Festival Playlist)
  • 2016 Renault Clio R.S. 16 Concept (Winter Festival Playlist)
  • 2008 Renault Megane R26.R (Eliminator reward)
  • 2007 Renault Clio RS 197 (Spring Festival Playlist)
  • 2003 Renault Sport Clio V6 (Autumn Festival Playlist)
  • 1998 Toyota Supra RZ (available in the Autoshow and as an Eliminator reward)

Unlike most car additions this year, the Toyota Supra RZ is available to collect directly from the Autoshow. The Supra marks the first of multiple models from Toyota coming back to Forza “for years to come.” Although FH4 includes Toyota trucks, the brand’s production models were absent from FM7 and the launch of FH4. The car is also accompanied by the new Quickchat phrase “Is that a Supra?!” Future Toyota models are still to be revealed.

The other major brand addition with this update is of course Renault. These five models bring the game’s Renault roster to 13 cars (including two Forza Edition variants). Three are new to the Forza franchise: the 2018 Megane, 2016 Clio concept, and 2008 track-oriented Megane R26.R. The Sport Clio is available in FM7, while the Clio RS 197 last appeared in FM4.

The Mercury Cougar Eliminator joins the game along with the new Eliminator game mode, and is available as the top reward from leveling up in that feature. This is the first Horizon appearance for the Cougar, which has appeared in FM4 through FM7.

Finally, the Alpine A110 is new Forza. The addition of Alpine as a manufacturer brings the game total to 118, and the eight cars bring the total model count to 668. As of last month, the Alpine was in the top 20 most requested cars in the community car wish lists thread along with the Toyota A80. The new Renault Megane and the Sport Clio V6 were also among the top 50 most requested cars not yet included in the game.

Here’s an overview of each model from the announcement article:

New cars added with Update 18:

  • 2006 Hummer H1 Alpha Open Top (Summer event reward)
  • 2018 Lamborghini Huracán Performante (Autumn Festival Playlist 50% completion)
  • 1964 Porsche 356 C Cabriolet Emory Special (Winter Festival Playlist 50% completion)
  • 1985 Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT Apex (Spring event reward)

The Trueno marks the second production Toyota coming back to Forza^ after the Supra RZ in Series 17. The Trueno was in previous Forza games through FH3, and the Hummer Open Top was last seen as a DLC car in FH1. The 356C is a new-to-Forza variant joining other Porsche 356 models in the game, this one from Emory Autosport. The headliner of this series would be the Lamborghini Huracan Performante, which has been the community’s most requested car in the forum wish lists thread since the game launched. With these four new cars, the game’s menu roster count is now 672.

The new cars were profiled in the Series 18 livestream and announcement article:

New cars added with Update 19:

  • 2019 LEGO Speed Champions Bugatti Chiron (LEGO Valley event reward - expansion DLC required)
  • 2010 Lexus LFA (Summer Festival Playlist 50% completion)
  • 1984 Rover SD1 Vitesse (Summer event reward)
  • 2017 Aston Martin Vulcan AMR Pro (Winter Festival Playlist 50% completion)
  • 1994 Ford Supervan 3 (Winter event reward)

As of February, the Lexus LFA was among the top 20 most requested cars in the forum community wish lists thread since the game launched. The Lexus LFA marks the return of the Lexus brand to Forza^ after being absent from FM7 and the launch of FH4. Rover is a new manufacturer for the franchise, and with Lexus brings FH4’s manufacturer count to 120. The AMR Pro and Supervan 3 are also new to Forza. With these five new cars, the game’s search menus list a total of 677 models in the game.

The new cars were profiled in the Series 19 livestream and announcement article:

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488 Pista is announced !!! :slight_smile:
I hope to configure the car like mine in real world :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile:

Maybe this isn’t the right thread, but is it me, or did some cars with the update, going from legendary to epic, or back to common.


What is the total unique car count? I count 663 not including the 3 upcoming cars in the coming 2 seasons or the Focus PO car.

The definitive answer comes from the game search menus for photos, designs, and tuning setups. The number as of Series 17 is 668, which includes the 7 PO cars plus Owen’s P1. Below is the list of 668 model names as seen in the search and leaderboard menus. The first post of this thread lists the models with the format Year Manufacturer Model.

Abarth 595 '68
Abarth 131
Abarth 124 '17
Abarth 695 '16
Acura RSX
Acura Integra
Acura NSX '17
Alfa Romeo GTA
Alfa Romeo P3
Alfa Romeo TZ2
Alfa Romeo 33S
Alfa Romeo Stelvio
Alfa Romeo 4C
Alfa Romeo 8C
Alfa Giulia '17
Alfa Giulia FE
Alfa Romeo 8C FE
Alpine A110 '17
Alumi Craft C.10
Alumi Craft FE
AMC Gremlin
AMC Javelin
AMC Rebel
M12S Warthog CST
Apollo IE '18
Ariel Nomad
Ariel Atom
Ascari KZ1R
AM Vanquish
Vantage S '13
AM Vantage '18
AM Vanquish '17
AM Vantage '16
AM One-77
AM Vulcan
AM Vulcan FE
ATS GT '18
Audi RS 2
Audi Quattro
Audi S1
Audi RS 4 '01
Audi RS 3
Audi RS 6 '03
Audi TT RS
Audi RS 4 '06
Audi TTS
Audi RS 6 '09
Audi RS 4 '13
Audi RS 5
Audi RS 7
Audi RS 6 '15
Audi R8 '13
#2 Audi S1
Audi R8 V10 plus
Austin Taxi
Sprite MKI
3000 MKIII
AutoUnion Type D
BAC Mono
Bentley 8 Liter
4-1/2 Liter '31
Bentley Bentayga
Bentley Cont '13
Bentley Cont '17
Bentley Cont FE
BMW Isetta
BMW 2002 Turbo
BMW M3 '91
BMW M5 '88
BMW M5 '88 FE
BMW M5 '95
BMW M3 '97
BMW M3 '05
BMW Z4 '08
BMW M5 '03
BMW Z4 '11
BMW M3 '08
BMW M5 '09
BMW Z4 '19
BMW I8 Roadster
BMW M6 '13
BMW M6 '13 FE
BMW M5 '12
BMW M4 '14
BMW M5 '18
BMW M4 '16
Bowler EXR S
Bugatti T35 C
Bugatti EB110
Bugatti Veyron
Bugatti Chiron
Bugatti Divo
Buick Regal GNX
Buick GSX
Cadillac '59
Caddy Limo
Caddy Escalade
Caddy ATS-V
Caddy CTS-V '16
Can-Am Maverick
Caterham R500
Caterham R500 FE
Chevy 150 Sedan
Corvette '53
Chevy MonteCarlo
Chevy Bel Air
Chevy Camaro '79
Chevy Impala '96
Corvette '60
Chevy Impala
Chevelle '70
Chevy Camaro '70
Chevy Nova '69
Chevy El Camino
Chevelle '67
Chevy Camaro '69
Chevy Nova '66
Chevrolet ZR2
Corvette '70
Corvette '67
Nova '69 FE
Corvette ‘95
Corvette’ 02
Chevelle BJ '70
Chevy Camaro '15
Corvette '09
Chevy Camaro '17
Silverado DD
Chevy Camaro '18
Corvette '15
Corvette '19
Chevy Camaro PO
Chrysler Valiant
Datsun 510
Dodge Charger '69
Challenger '70
Charger Daytona
Dodge Dart '68
Dodge Durango
Dodge Viper '99
Challenger '15
Dodge Charger '15
Dodge SRT Demon
Dodge Viper '13
Dodge Viper '08
Dodge Viper '16
Donkervoort GTO
DS 3 Racing '11
Eagle Speedster
Exocet Off-Road
Ferrari Dino
Ferrari 250 Cali
Ferrari 500M
Ferrari 166MM
Ferrari 250 GT
Ferrari 365 GTB4
Ferrari 250 GTO
Ferrari 250 TR
Ferrari 250LM
Ferrari F355
Ferrari 512TR
Ferrari 288 GTO
Ferrari 575M
Ferrari 360 CS
#24 Ferrari P4
Ferrari Cali T
Ferrari F40
Ferrari F50
Ferrari FF
Ferrari 430 S
Ferrari GTC4L
Ferrari 458
Ferrari 599 GTO
Ferrari F12
Ferrari 512S
Ferrari Enzo
Ferrari 488 GTB
Ferrari 458 S
Ferrari 812
Ferrari F12TDF
Ferrari 488 Pista '19
Ferrari 599XX
Ferrari F40 C
Ferrari FXX
Ferrari 599XX E
Ferrari FXX K
Ferrari F50 GT
FIAT 124 Spider
Ford Coupe '40
Ford Coupe '32
Ford Wagon
Ford Anglia '59
Ford Transit MK1
Ford F-100
Ford Escort '77
Ford Fiesta '81
Ford Bronco
Ford Cortina
Ford Transit SSV
Ford Capri MKI
Ford Escort '73
Ford Ranger Raptor
Ford Mustang '68
Ford Escort RS
Ford Mustang '65
Crown Victoria
Ford XB Falcon
Ford Mustang '93
Ford Mustang '71
Ford Mustang '69
Ford Raptor '11
Ford Escort '92
Ford Roadster
Ford RS500
Ford Falcon '72
Ford Capri FE
Ford Fiesta '14
Ford Raptor '17
Ford Bronco BJ
Ford Focus '03
Ford Mustang '00
Ford Transit FE
Ford Focus '09
Ford Ranger T6
Ford Ute '14
Ford Focus '17
Ford Falcon '15
Ford F-150 DD
Ford GT40 '64
Ford Mustang '13
Ford Mustang '18
Ford Mustang S5

11 Ford F-150

#2 Ford GT40
Ford Focus PO
Ford GT '05
Ford Falcon FE
Ford Fiesta RS
Ford Mustang DD
Ford RS200
Ford Mustang '16
#25 RTR Mustang
#88 RTR Mustang
Ford Fiesta GRC
Ford GT '17
Ford Custom '32
#530 HSV Maloo
#13 Ford Mustang
#98 BMW 325I
#232 Nissan 240
#43 Dodge Viper
#118 Nissan 240
#777 Nissan 240
Funco F9
GMC Vandura
HDT VK Commodore
Hennessey Venom
Hillman Imp
Holden Torana
Holden Sandman
Holden Monaro
Honda Civic '74
Honda Civic '84
Honda Prelude 94
Honda CR-X
Honda Civic '97
Honda Civic '07
Honda Civic '04
Honda S2000
Honda S2000
Honda NSX-R '92
Honda Civic '15
Honda NSX-R '05
Honda NSX-R GT
Honda Civic '18
Honda Trophy '15
Honda Civic GRC
Hoonigan Bel Air
Hoonigan Nova
Hoonigan Fiesta
Hoonigan Escort
Hoonigan Porsche
Hoonigan Group A
Fiesta ST RX43
Hoonigan Focus
Gymkhana 10 Focus
Hoonigan F-150
Hoonigan RS200
Hoonicorn V2
Rip Rod
Bone Shaker
Twin Mill
HW Ford Mustang
HSV Maloo '14
Hudson Hornet
Hummer H1
Veloster N
Infiniti Q60
Infiniti Q50
IH Scout 800A
ID Zerouno '18
Jaguar MK II 3.8
Jaguar XK120
Jaguar C-Type
Jaguar D-Type
Jaguar E-Type
Jaguar XJ-S
Jaguar XE-S
Jaguar F-Pace S
Jaguar LW E-Type
Jaguar XFR-S
Jaguar XKR-S '12
Jaguar F-Type
Jaguar XKR-S '15
Jaguar Project 7
Jaguar XJ220
Citroen 2CV6 JB
AMC Hornet '74
Lotus Esprit JB
Jaguar C-X75
Jeep CJ5
Jeep Wrangler
Cherokee '14
Jeep Trackhawk
Jeep Trailcat
Jeep Wrangler DD
Kia Stinger
Koenigsegg CCX
Koenigsegg CC8S
Koenigsegg Agera
Koenigsegg CCGT
Koenigsegg One
Agera RS
Lambo LM 002
Jarama S '72
Lambo Miura
Lambo Countach
Lambo Diablo SV
Lamborghini Urus
Urus '19
Gallardo Spyder
Lambo Gallardo
Lambo Murcielago
Lambo Reventon
Reventon FE
Lambo Huracan
Aventador J
Aventador FE
Aventador '12
Aventador '16
Diablo GTR
Lambo Centenario
Lambo Veneno
Lambo Sesto
Lancia Fulvia
Lancia Delta
Lancia Stratos
Lancia 037
Lancia Delta S4
LR Series III
LR Series III FE
Range Rover '73
LR Defender
Range Rover '15
LEGO Mini Cooper
LEGO Porsche 911
LEGO Senna
Rally Fighter
#6 Lola T70
Lotus Elan
Lotus Eleven
Lotus Elise '05
Lotus 340R
Lotus Elise '99
Lotus Evora S
Lotus Esprit
Lotus Exige S
Lotus 2-Eleven
Lotus Elise GT1
Lotus 3-Eleven
Maserati A6GCS
Maserati 8CTF
Maserati 300 S
Maserati Levante
Maserati GT-S
Ghibli '14
Maserati Tipo 61
Maserati MC12
MC12 Corsa '08
Mazda MX-5 '94
Mazda MX-5 '13
Mazda RX-7 '90
Mazda MX-5 '05
Mazda MX-5 '16
Mazda RX-8
Mazda RX-7 '97
RX-7 Spirit R
McLaren F1
McLaren 570S
McLaren 12C
650S Spider
McLaren 650S
McLaren P1
McLaren F1 GT
McLaren 600LT
720S Spider
McLaren 720S
Owen’s McLaren
McLaren Senna
McLaren 720S PO
M-B AMG C 63 '16
M-B GT 4 '18
M-B Unimog
M-B Super Sport
M-B X-Class
M-B 280 SL
M-B 300 SL
Mercedes E 350 D
M-B 190E
M-B G 63 6x6
M-B W154
#24 M-B Truck
M-B 300 SLR
M-B G 65
M-B A45
M-B C63
M-B SL65
M-B E63
Mercury Coupe
Mercury Cougar
Meyers Manx
MG TA '38
MG Metro 6R4
Mini '65
Mini JCW '09
Mini Countryman
Mini Convertible
Mini JCW '12
Mini JCW Buggy
Mini X-Raid
Galant VR-4
Eclipse GSX
Mitsubishi GTO
Lancer MR '06
Lancer GSR '99
Lancer GSR '08
Lancer MR '04
Morgan 3 Wheeler
Morgan Aero
Morgan Aero GT
Morris Minor
Morris Traveler
Morris Traveller
Mosler MT900S
Fairlady Z '69
Nissan 240SX
Nissan GT-R '71
Nissan Titan
Nissan GT-R '73
Silvia '92
Nissan Titan FE
Nissan GTS-R '87
Nissan Sentra
Silvia '98
Silvia '94
Nissan GT-R '93
Nissan GT-R '97
Silvia '00
Fairlady Z '94
Fairlady Z '03
Nissan GT-R '95
Nissan GT-R '02
Nissan 370Z
Nissan GT-R '12
Nissan GT-R '17
Nissan R390
Nissan GT-R PO
Noble M600
Oldsmobile 442
Opel Kadett '63
Opel Manta 400
Pagani Huayra
Pagani Zonda C
Pagani Huayra BC
Pagani Zonda R
Pagani Zonda FE
Peel P50
Peel Trident
Penhall Cholla
Peugeot 205 T16
Peugeot 205 FE
Plymouth Fury
Plymouth Cuda
Hemi 'Cuda BJ
Atomic Punk '59
RZR 1000
Pontiac T/A '77
Pontiac T/A '87
Pontiac GTO '65
Pontiac GTO '69
Pontiac T/A '73
Porsche 356 '59
Porsche 356A
Porsche 356 SL
Porsche 550
Porsche 914/6
911 Carrera '73
Porsche 944
911 Turbo '82
Porsche 718
Porsche Macan
Porsche 968
Macan Turbo '19
Porsche Cayenne
Porsche 906 '66
Porsche Cayenne
911 GT2 '95
#185 Porsche 959
Porsche 959
Porsche Panamera
Porsche Cayman
911 GT3 '04
Porsche 718 GTS
911 Turbo '14
Porsche 911 '19
Porsche Cayman
911 GT3 RS4 '12
Porsche 911 GT1
#23 Porsche 917
Porsche Carrera
Porsche 917 LH
911 GT2 RS '12
911 GT3 RS '16
911 GT2 RS '18
911 GT3 RS '19
Porsche 918
911 GT3 RS PO
Quartz Regalia
Quartz Regalia D
Radical RXC
Ram Rebel TRX
Ram Power Wagon
Reliant Supervan
Renault Clio '93
Renault 5 Turbo
Renault A110
Renault Clio
Renault Clio '13
Renault Clio '10
Renault Clio '03
5 Turbo FE
Renault Clio FE
Renault Megane
Megane R.S. '18
Megane R26.R
Renault Clio '16
Rimac Concept 2
#37 Pro 2 Truck
Rossion Q1
Saleen S5S
Saleen S7
Shelby Daytona
Shelby Cobra 427
Shelby Monaco KC
GTA Spano
Subaru Legacy RS
Subaru BRZ
Subaru WRX '08
Subaru WRX '04
Subaru 22B
Subaru WRX '11
Subaru WRX '15
Subaru WRX '05
#199 Subaru WRX
Sunbeam Tiger
Talbot Sunbeam
TAMO Racemo
Terradyne Gurkha
TG Track-tor
Toyota AT37
Toyota AT38
Toyota Supra '98
#1 Toyota Baja
Spitfire '62
Triumph TR3B
Triumph TR6
TVR Tuscan
TVR Sagaris
TVR Griffith
TVR Speed 12
TVR Sagaris FE
Ultimate 1020
VauxCorsa '09
Vaux Carlton
VauxCorsa '16
Insignia VXR
VauxAstra '12
Vauxhall Monaro
Vauxhall VX220
VW Beetle
VW Ghia
VW Type 2
VW Type 2 FE
VW Notchback
VW Scirocco '81
VW Class 5 Bug
VW Golf GTI '83
#1107 VW Bug
VW Golf '92
VW Golf '98
VW Corrado
VW Golf '03
VW Touareg
VW GRC Beetle
VW Golf '14
VW Golf '10
VW Scirocco '11
#34 Beetle
#94 VW I.D. R.
Volvo 242 Turbo
Volvo 850
Volvo V60
Iron Knight
Lykan Hypersport
Willys Jeep
Zenvo ST1

As of Update 18 the menus show 672. Two cars - the Porsche 356 Emory and the Toyota Trueno - will be released for the first time over the next two weeks. The availability of the other existing exclusive models also limits the number of cars a player may be able to own.

Now I have 666 cars, including Ford Focus PO and two cars with the special livery (SUPERSPORTVAN “Season’s Greetings” & HONDA S2000 “Happy Holidays”).
Now I expect 3 more cars (2018 RENAULT MEGANE R.S., 2016 RENAULT CLIO R.S. 16 CONCEPT, 2007 RENAULT CLIO RS 197), after which the total number will be 669. But there is also 2013 MCLAREN P1 ‘OWNE’S EDITION’, which we will never get. But if we could get it, it would give us 670 cars.

No. Those models are already in the game and count towards the total cars. Which you can confirm by simply looking at the eligible cars in a Anything Goes Race. Strangely, doing that does reveal one car that’s no where to be found in the game which is the Mercedes-Benz GT-4 Door Coupe.