Forza Horizon 4 Fortune Island Car List Revealed: New M5, First Koenigsegg, and a 1750hp Buggy?!

Forza Horizon 4 0 December 7, 2018 by

With less than a week until it launches, we’ve now got the full list of cars coming to Forza Horizon 4’s Fortune Island.

Playing to character, Playground Games has plucked rides from all across the automotive spectrum. From a classic British everyman car to Lamborghini’s shiny new crossover, Fortune Island will introduce 10 vehicles to the game:

  • 2019 Lamborghini Urus
  • 2018 BMW M5
  • 2017 Ram 1500 Rebel TRX Concept
  • 2002 Koenigsegg CC8S
  • 2018 Exomotive Exocet Off-Road
  • 2012 Lamborghini Aventador J
  • 2010 Saleen S5S Raptor
  • 1953 Morris Minor Series II Traveler
  • 2018 Funco Motorsports F9
  • 2015 Hoonigan GYMKHANA 8 Ford Fiesta ST RX43

We’ve known about the Urus since Playground’s first Fortune Island announcement. The F90-generation M5 and the Ram TRX however, are both surprises. So too is the Koenigsegg CC8S. It’s the first model the Swedish marque put into production — to the tune of only six cars.

The CC8S will be familiar to long-time Forza players, last showing up in FM4 on the Xbox 360. Two other cars return from that era as well, in the shape of the topless Aventador J and Saleen S5S Raptor concept.

For new-to-franchise metal, there’s Exomotive’s Off-Road variant of the Exocet. The track-friendly model already showed up in FM7 last summer. The Morris Minor should fit right in on the British roads, whereas the Fiesta will tear them up. It’s not a repeat of the Fiestas already in the game either: it’s the previous-gen model.

And then there’s the Funco. It may look similar to some of the other buggies in Horizon, but it packs a much heavier punch. A twin-turbo Chevy V8 pumps out a whopping 1750hp, making it the most powerful stock car in the game.

Playground Games is promising Fortune Island will be the biggest expansion in franchise history when it touches down on December 13. Stay tuned for more details on it as the date draws near.

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