GreaseRod's Car Wish List for Forza Horizon 5

If I may say so, I’m posting this here because there are some cars worth adding to FH5 and future Horizon games, as well as the FM reboot.

I have some consideration about some vehicles that were in Forza that never made it to any new ones.
For example:

2012 Audi R8 GT and R8 GT Spyder (FH1) - These cars would be excellent because they’re limited-production models of the car, and they’re fairly valuable. Much like the Gallardo Spyder they shouldn’t be much of a issue considering both use the same engine, and the latter Spyder could use the ragtop like the aforementioned Gallardo convertible. I’ve enjoyed its coupe model in FH and I wish it made it to FH5. Too bad about the Spyder model.

2011 MINI John Cooper Works Clubman (FM4) - Basically a modernized Mini Traveller and its JCW model is made for the track. It would not look out of place for anyone on the C-Class rankings. It’s a shame about this because it was relegated to pre-order DLC.

2012 MINI John Cooper Works Coupe (FH1) - What could be better than a rakish coupe with a performance boost? This gem arrived to FH1, sadly, as a unicorn. I’ve never driven it nor has many others who wanted it, which is a tragic. And because it was a unicorn, most of us never got the chance to experience it, and this car never returned at all. Pretty sad. It would be a decent run for B-Class had it survived.

2012 Mercedes-Benz S 65 AMG (FH1) - Because luxury barges have performance models too. I loved this in FH. Why this never made it past that game is beyond anyone’s guess, because I happen to have a soft spot for luxurious executive sedans. Is there no place for executive sedans in the world of Forza?

1968 Holden Monaro GTS 327 (FM7) - If anything the HK Monaro is pretty and we could use a boost in variety to Holden in FH5. As this is a now forlorn brand, it’s best to bring out this as an ode to the Australian auto industry set forth with FH3.

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