2019 Aston Martin Vulcan AMR Pro
They call it Aston Martin’s wildest car ever. The pride of British supercars, indeed the first one, the Vulcan was first revealed in 2015 with an initial run of only 24 cars, but you can get your hands on the wheel of the latest model thanks to the Series 19 update.
The AMR Pro track package brings all of Aston Martin’s racing advances to bear in a sleek package, on a car that didn’t even see on-track competition until 2018, at the third Le Mans Racing Festival. The package includes an enhanced rear wing, large dive planes, arch louvres and turning vanes, which increase steering, downforce, and balance.
Score this rare marvel by completing 50% of the Winter Festival Playlist. (Not obtainable before 02/27/20 14:30UTC)
2010 Lexus LFA
A supercar from Lexus is a rare thing. The LFA was a Halo Car, meant to change the way Lexus made cars, with principles developed for the LFA trickling down to every other car that Lexus produced.
The LFA itself didn’t stick around for long, but its influence is still felt in every Lexus built.
The car packs a 4.8L V10 that hit 0-60 in 3.6 seconds, a top speed of 202 mph, and boasts an incredibly unique driving experience. Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda believed that the ultimate Lexus should connect with its owner. That’s why the LFA came into being. The car is an aerodynamic miracle, as fun to feel as it is to drive.
You can get this car by completing 50% of the Summer Festival Playlist (Not obtainable before 02/13/20 14:30UTC)
1984 Rover SD1
When the Specialist Division 1, or Rover 3500, was first designed by British Leyland as a successor to the P6, the key was simplicity. That meant a live rear axle instead of De Dion-type rear suspension and a redesigned Rover V8 which emphasized torque over horsepower, rather than the newer 2.2L four cylinder. It’s been called the best-designed British car ever, taking cues from the likes of Ferrari and Maserati, but was often plagued with production issues early in its run. As a result, by 1984, the SD1 had seen some cosmetic and mechanical changes, as well as an expansion to a four cylinder model.
Beat the Summer Seasonal Championship “It’s Never Over With a Rover” on at least Expert level Drivatar difficulty (Not obtainable before 02/13/20 14:30UTC)
1994 Ford Supervan3
First built in the 1970’s as promotional vehicles, the Supervan combined Ford Transit vans with sports car underpinnings, for some reason. It made its first appearance at Brands Hatch, before experiencing two more iterations between 1971 and 1994. That was the year that the Supervan 3 made its debut, sporting the V8 that would eventually be used in the Benetton F1 car.
In a Transit van.
Beat the Winter Seasonal Championship “Is It a Bird? Is it a Plane?” on at least Expert level Drivatar difficulty (Not obtainable before 02/27/20 14:30UTC)
2017 LEGO Bugatti Chiron
If you already own the LEGO Speed Champions expansion pack, with the Series 19 update you’ll see a new event in the northeast corner for the Forza Horizon map, provided you’ve unlocked the Master Builder’s House. Complete this event to unlock the 2017 LEGO Bugatti Chiron.
If you do not already own the LEGO DLC, you really should. You can still try out the new car for free, however, by checking out the Series 19 Rivals Event. That’s in addition to a new Season Championship featuring an all-LEGO lineup. Give it a shot!