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Forza Horizon 5’s Latest ‘Modern Horizons’ Cars; Everything New In-Game

Forza Horizon 5’s Latest ‘Modern Horizons’ Cars; Everything New In-Game

The latest Forza Horizon 5 series is here, ushering in the era of ‘Modern Horizons’ where the game now features the latest and greatest cars released in the last couple of years. 

And as is the case with any Forza Horizon 5 update, players have a lot to catch up on with new EventLab props to build the track of their dreams, a new Festival Playlist update, an iconic new car pack, and some of the most technologically advanced rides aiming for the spot of the fastest cars in Forza Horizon 5!

So if you’re just jumping back into the racing sim and have missed out on the last few Festival Playlists, not to worry, you can always catch up with a Forza Horizon 5 modded account from U7BUY! 

That said, let’s check out the particulars of the latest Modern Horizons series!

New ‘Highway’ EventLab Props

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If you’re not sick of your morning commute irl, then you can recreate it using the new EventLab props that give you the tools to create the most ridiculous motorways ever conceived, with 0 real-world planning. 

Jokes aside, the new EventLab props are themed after ‘highways’ and give you a bunch of new stuff to tinker with. From highway pillars, curves, lane splits, junctions, inclines, lane merge lanes, and both 4-lane and 2-lane highway roads. 

This new update is pretty stacked already considering this allows players to build some of the most creative highway-driving tracks to ever exist! The good news is with the FH5 Modern Horizons update, highway pieces feature ‘snapping’ functionality so it’s easier than ever to start building!

The FH5 Latest Cars in Modern Horizons’ Festival Playlist

This time around, Forza Horizon 5 is featuring some of the most advanced cars to date, not only in terms of ‘technology’ but also muscle power, comfort, and the latest and greatest innovations in the electric car space. 

Here are the 5 new reward cars featured on the latest Festival Playlist and how to unlock them:

2024 Ford Mustang Dark Horse – Earn 20 points during week 1 “Summer” of the Modern Horizons Festival Playlist.

2023 Hyundai IONIQ 5 N – Earn 20 points during week 2 “Autumn” of the Modern Horizons Festival Playlist.

2023 Kia EV6 GT – Earn 80 points while Modern Horizons Festival Playlist is live. 

2021 Toyota GR Yaris – Earn 20 points during week 3 “Winter” of the Modern Horizons Festival Playlist.

2023 Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo Turbo S – Earn 20 points during week 4 “Spring” of the Modern Horizons Festival Playlist.

The Iconic Forza Horizon 5 Car Pack

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In addition to the brand-spanking new car rewards, we’ve also got some ‘iconic’ new cars featured in the ‘Universal Icons’ car pack in collaboration with Universal Studios. 

This brings 3 of the most iconic rides in cinematic & TV history to Forza Horizon 5, including the DeLorean from all three Back to The Future movies, the Jeep Wrangler from Jurrasic Park, and K.I.T.T from Knight Rider!

While this is ‘technically’ three cars, since we’re getting 3 versions of the DeLorean from Back to the Future, we’ve got 5 new whips to ride around in!

Miscellaneous New Additions

There are two more things you need to look out for with the Forza Horizon 5 Modern Horizons update. 

The first is the ridiculous new costume debuting in the game, the ‘Shark Outfit’, and the other is an adorable Wall-E-style robot collectible, which you can also use in your EventLab creations! click here