This error was already present in the FH4 model of the car. Hopefully PG looks into some of these flaws and can fix they before release. Just like the 2020 Shelby GT500 had the wrong taillights in FH4 (it was using the 2015 Mustang rear lights, instead of the triangle-shaped ones of the 2018 Mustang which is also in the game).
I mostly wouldn’t notice errors where the Car is 100% accurate, but I have run into the occasional problem with car models not working properly with decals when painting. Blank spots, clipping, odd stretching/distortion, and a decal’s position being across wildly different positions - sometimes flipped in one place compared to the other (like moving a decal down on the side of a car and having it start to show up on a wing or central structure but upside down or mirrored).
Viper ACR doesn’t have vents on hood
Aventador and SV, Huracan and Performante have the exact same dashboards with same red lines
Ford Shelby GT500 speedo and tach are messed up
From the trailer it does look like they fixed the C8 messed up dash
I’m sure the car detail errors thread will be copied over from FH4 and hopefully a few of the cars get their issues fixed, like the trueno and the shifting animation or ferrari F50 hood bounce
Hoping for better qc for the new cars added in FH5
I feel like this topic should have opened, because I notice a wrong car detail already.
First of all I apologize for my poor English. English is not my native language. So I hope I can clearly explain myself here.
I appreciate for the hardwork and dedication the Playground Games put in for Forza Horizon 5.
My wrong car detail is about the Toyota Supra. This detail was/is wrong in Forza Horizon 4 also, and I thought it would be fixed for FH5 but I see that it isn’t.
Toyota supra in real life has keyhole in the right taillight. In Forza Horizon 5 it doesn’t have it. Let me explain it with images.
Most likley they are still using upscaled car models from Forza Motorsport 2. 2021 and Forza is still recycling 3d data from 2007, its kind of unbelievable. Imagine if the next generation Forza Motorsport 8 comes out and they still have that same lumpy S15 we all loathe.