Most Expensive Cars in Forza Horizon 5

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Forza Horizon 5 has over 500 cars, with many coming from some of the world’s most unique and bank-breaking brands. Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, and Jaguar are just a few of the famous car makers featured in the fifth installment of the Forza Horizon series. While it is nice to have the option to drive some of these cars for free — albeit in a virtual format — for a change, we should not forget that many of these cars are not for free in FH5.

Some cars from these manufacturers are expensive. And we’re not just talking a couple of hundred CR points, but rather tens of millions of these credits. But which cars are the most expensive in Forza Horizon 5? Let’s go over the top ten most expensive cars in this game.

Auto Union 1939 Type D

  • Price – 15M CR
  • Class – B/675
  • Speed – 8.4
  • Handling – 4.2
  • Acceleration – 4.5
  • Launch – 3.4
  • Braking – 2.7
  • Offroad – 4.2

This old-school car has good, but not great, speed on the roads. However, its look is phenomenal. If you want to add to your collection, be prepared to shell out 15M CR points.

Ferrari 1957 250 Testa Rossa

  • Price – 16.4M CR
  • Class – B/691
  • Speed – 6.3
  • Handling – 4.4
  • Acceleration – 4.5
  • Launch – 4.2
  • Braking – 2.9
  • Offroad – 4.5

Ferraris are very expensive in real life, and that remains the same in Forza Horizon 5. 1957 250 Testa Rossa costs over 16M in points, but its beautiful look is well worth it.

Ferrari 1984 GTO 288

  • Price – 18.5M CR
  • Class – C/564
  • Speed – 5.4
  • Handling – 4.0
  • Acceleration – 3.4
  • Launch – 2.3
  • Braking – 2.8
  • Offroad – 5.7

Speaking of Ferrari, we have to talk about the iconic 1984 GTO 288. This C class vehicle is the most expensive of its kind as of this writing. How expensive? Try 18.5M CR.

Ford 1966 #2 GT40 MK 11

  • Price – 11M CR
  • Class – A/771
  • Speed – 7.5
  • Handling – 5.0
  • Acceleration – 4.3
  • Launch – 3.5
  • Braking – 3.8
  • Offroad – 4.7

We now move to a Ford car: the 1966 #2 GT40 MK 11. This A class costs 11M CR, and a lot of that has to do with its sleek, classic look.

Jaguar 1964 Lightweight E-Type

  • Price – 7.5M CR
  • Class – B/688
  • Speed – 6.3
  • Handling – 4.4
  • Acceleration – 4.7
  • Launch – 4.4
  • Braking – 3.4
  • Offroad – 4.6

We have two Jaguars on this list, one being the 1964 Lightweight E-Type. This “Lightweight” is not light on the wallet, as Forza users should be prepared to shell out 7.5M CR. It’s a high amount, but it is on the cheaper end of this list.

Jaguar 1956 D-Type

  • Price – 22M CR
  • Class – B/630
  • Speed – 5.6
  • Handling – 3.8
  • Acceleration – 3.8
  • Launch – 2.6
  • Braking – 2.8
  • Offroad – 4.4

The other Jaguar on this list is the 1956 D-Type. This vehicle is the second-most expensive car on this list. The B class D-Type comes in at 22M CR.

McLaren 1997 F1 GT

  • Price – 15M CR
  • Class – S1/866
  • Speed – 8.4
  • Handling – 8.2
  • Acceleration – 6.2
  • Launch – 5.8
  • Braking – 7.0
  • Offroad – 4.3

The McLaren 1997 F1 can get elite speed out on the roads, and that’s without tunes. However, be prepared to pay for this car. The F1 GT costs 15M CR.

Mercedes-Benz 1929 SSK

  • Price – 7.5M CR
  • Class – D/256
  • Speed – 4.1
  • Handling – 3.6
  • Acceleration – 3.0
  • Launch – 1.8
  • Braking – 1.9
  • Offroad – 5.5

For 7.5M CR, you can get one of the best racing cars…from the 1920s and 1930s. The Mercedes-Benz 1929 SSK might not be as fast as some other vehicles on this list, but it sure is pricey. How pricey? Try 7.5M CR.

Porsche 1970 #3 917 LH

  • Price – 15M CR
  • Class – S1/856
  • Speed – 8.2
  • Handling – 5.9
  • Acceleration – 7.2
  • Launch – 7.1
  • Braking – 4.9
  • Offroad – 4.0

An elite vehicle, the Porsche 1970 #3 917 LH, can do a high amount of damage during races. But, getting this car won’t be easy. This Porsche goes for 15M CR. So just like in real life, be prepared to break out the wallet before buying a Porsche.

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Shelby 1965 Cobra Daytona Coupe

  • Price – 30M CR
  • Class – B/637
  • Speed – 6.7
  • Handling – 3.9
  • Acceleration – 3.7
  • Launch – 2.9
  • Braking – 2.8
  • Offroad – 4.7

As of this writing, the Shelby 1965 Cobra Daytona Coupe is the most expensive vehicle on the Autoshow. This vehicle goes for 30M CR, so be prepared to grind out many races and Wheelspins.