Huge Forza Horizon 4 Leak: 120 More New Cars Might Be On Their Way

Forza Horizon 4 127 November 30, 2019 by

The newest season in Forza Horizon 4 is well under way, but it appears that players have found potential upcoming content deep in the game’s code.

FH4 is no stranger to major leaks, with cars shown in the run up to launch last year. This latest leak also shows what could possibly be on the cards in future updates.

The leak takes the form of a list of files, bearing the name of a range of different cars. A first list posted on our forums throws up some rather curious cars embedded in FH4‘s code:

Interesting cars highlighted include the 1975 Citroen DS23, the 2017 Alpine A110, and a LEGO variant of the Bugatti Chiron. The Bugatti would be the fifth car from the LEGO Speed Champions range, joining the Porsche 911 Turbo that arrived several months ago.

One thing that does give us pause is a mis-spelling. Lurking near the bottom of the list is the Rolls-Royce Wraith, but its file is spelled “Wriath”. However, we’ve since received confirmation from a reliable, trusted source who wishes to remain anonymous, that this is just the tip of the iceberg. They’ve provided an even larger set of vehicle names buried in the files, which includes some of those above.

The full list is as follows:

  • #11 Alfa Giulietta BTCC 2018
  • Alfa Brera Ti 2009
  • Aston DB7 Zagato 2003
  • Aston Vanquish 2001
  • Aston Virage 2012
  • Aston Vulcan AMR Pro 2019
  • #44 Audi R8 LMS 2018
  • Audi TT 2004
  • Austin Seven 1924
  • Bentley Turbo R 1992
  • Chevrolet Cobalt SS 2010
  • Chevrolet Corvair 1969
  • Citroen C4 VTS 2009
  • Citroen DS23 1975
  • DeTomaso Pantera 1971
  • Dodge Magnum SRT8 2008
  • Dodge Stealth Turbo 1996
  • Dodge “Supercharger” 1968
  • #25 Ferrari 488 Challenge 2017
  • #117 Ferrari 599 Formula Drift 2018
  • Ferrari Portofino 2018
  • Fiat Coupe 2000
  • #1 Ford Escort MK1 1967
  • #5 Ford Escort MK2 1977
  • #14 Ford Mustang SCCA 1998
  • #15 Ford Mustang 1991
  • #25 Ford Ultra4 Bronco 2017
  • #98 Ford Mustang TA 2018
  • Ford Focus SVT 2003
  • Ford Formula 4 2014
  • Ford GT70 1970
  • Ford Ka 2011
  • Ford Lola T90 1966
  • Ford Mustang GT390 1968
  • Ford Mustang SVO 1986
  • Ford Racing Puma 1999
  • Ford Supervan 3 1994
  • Ford Thunderbird 1957
  • GMC Jimmy 1970
  • Hennessey Velociraptor 6×6 2018
  • Honda Civic Si 1999
  • Jaguar I-Pace 2018
  • Kurtis Kraft KK500C 1954
  • Lamborghini Espada 400GT 1973
  • Lamborghini Huracan Performante 2018
  • LEGO Bugatti Chiron 2019
  • Lincoln Continental 1962
  • Lincoln MKVII 1988
  • Lincoln MKVIII 1998
  • #22 Lotus 35 Martin 1966
  • #99 Lotus Evora GT4 2018
  • Lotus Esprit Turbo 1980
  • Land Rover Defender “Paypal” 1997
  • Land Rover Range Rover SVR 2018
  • Land Rover Range Rover Velar 2018
  • Maserati Gran Turismo MC 2010
  • Maserati Quattroporte 2012
  • Matra-Simca MS650 1970
  • Mazda 323GTR 1992
  • Mazda ProMazda 2013
  • Mazda USF2000 2013
  • McLaren M6GT 1969
  • McLaren Speedtail 2019
  • Mercedes AMG Hammer 1987
  • Mercedes E55 AMG 2006
  • Mercedes E63 AMG 2012
  • Merecedes E63S AMG 2018
  • Mercedes SLR Stirling Moss 2010
  • Mitsubishi FTO 1998
  • Mercury Cyclone Spoiler 1970
  • Napier Railton 1933
  • #64 Nissan 370Z Formula Drift 2018
  • Nissan Pulsar GTI-R 1990
  • Nissan Dakar 2004
  • Panoz Esperante 2005
  • Peugeot 205 Rallye 1991
  • Peugeot 206RC 2004
  • Peugeot 207RC 2007
  • Peugeot 207 Super 2000 2007
  • #00 Porsche Macan “RR” 2018
  • #11 Porsche 956 1983
  • #65 Porsche 911 Desert 1985
  • #73 Porsche 911 GT3R 2018
  • Porsche 356C Emory 1964
  • Porsche Singer 911 1990
  • Porsche 911 Sport Classic 2010
  • Porsche 911 997 GT3 2007
  • Porsche Boxster S 2010
  • Porsche GT4 Clubsport 2019
  • Porsche Gunter Works 400R 2018
  • RAESR Tachyon 2019
  • Renault Alpine A110 2017
  • Renault Clio 197 2007
  • Renault Clio RS 2016
  • Renault Megane R26R 2008
  • Renault Megane RS 2018
  • Rover SD1 1984
  • RUF CTR2 1995
  • Saab 9-3 Turbo X 2008
  • Savage Rivale GTS 2013
  • Shelby 1000 2012
  • SSC Ultimate Aero 2010
  • #00 Subaru Levorg GT 2018
  • Subaru Crosstrek Desert Racer 2017
  • Triumph GT6 1973
  • Triumph TR7 1979
  • Venturi Atlantique 1997
  • Volvo C30 2009
  • Volvo C30 Polestar 2013
  • #22 Volkswagen Golf WTCR 2018
  • Zenvo TSRS 2019

As well as including some modern circuit racers from British and World Touring Cars, there are also numerous other surprises in the list. Supercars such as the McLaren Speedtail and Zenvo TSR-S will please those looking for high performance monsters. Oddballs such as the Venturi Atlantique and Nissan Pulsar GTI-R should satisfy those looking for something different.

It is unclear if some of these models are leftover, redundant data, or whether there are plans to release any of the new cars further down the line. One brand curiously missing though is Toyota, recently confirmed to be returning to the franchise in December.

As with previous leaks, we’d advise taking this latest news with caution.

Thanks to willbsn13 for -Fred- the tips!

Feature image courtesy of VXR

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