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One of my favorite things about Forza is that you can actually pick almost any car in the single-player mode, and you’ll be facing drivers with cars of a similar rating.
That means no matter what you want to drive, the game has something perfect for you.
There are some of us, however, that simply want the best of the best.
FH4’s seasons are fantastic. And they truly make the game feel as dynamic as the real world. We need to have the best rides for every season if we’re to truly enjoy ourselves in this digital world.
I’ve created this list with the best cars in the game according to other members of the Forza community (and to my opinons, of course!)
And remember: these cars will be the best in the game as long as you tune them properly. If you’re not too knowledgeable about the game’s car-tuning mechanics, you might want to stick to the auto-helper to not to mess up these beauties.
15. Koenigsegg One:1
This wouldn’t be a proper list if we didn’t start with the one thing many of you came looking for: speed.
The Koenigsegg One:1 made its stellar return to the Forza series in this installment of the game after being one of the most driven cars in the previous title of the franchise.
This time, it remains as the fastest car in the game – and that’s without even changing its engine and modifying its chassis.
If you’re looking for a beast that will beat anyone in a sprint, you’re going to love what the One:1 is about.
Hear that engine roar and light up the road with one of the fastest rides in the franchise’s history!
14. Honda Civic Coupe GRC
One thing that everyone can struggle with, especially when you’re first starting at the game, is taking curves properly in Forza.
It’s easy to laugh at new drives for drifting away and spinning off like madmen because they don’t know how to brake properly. But their cars are just not suited for the occasion.
Sure, a Lambo might win you a coast-to-coast race. But will it be able to steer through the tight roads in the game’s most difficult street races?
A well-tuned Honda Civic Coupe will not only let you coast through these races. But it also serves as an amazing S1 model that is sure going to feel really fun to drive.
It’s a balanced car that will help you win some of those races that leave you frustrated if you’re not an experienced driver.
13. Koenigsegg Agera RS
Alright, it’s obvious the only reason why I added the One:1 at the beginning of the list was for you to notice it quicker than the others…
However, there’s another Koenigsegg model that’s worth being on this list – and it’s one that you get for free (assuming that you aren’t cheap and you own the Car Pass, of course).
This car has some kickass stats. But there’ just something that feels off when you drive it.
I’m not a car expert, but as a die-hard Forza player, I think this car’s handling is nowhere near what the stats show – it’s a lot worse!
12. Ford F-150 Raptor
If you’re looking for a car that will get you first-place finishes in cross-country events, you’ll want to drive the raptor.
This one might not take those curves as easily as other more specialized off-road cars like buggies.
But this damn thing flies in rough terrain.
Blistering quick and terribly mediocre at drifting, I’d still say the Raptor is one of my go-to choices for off-road sprints.
11. Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4
I’ll always love me some digital Lambo driving.
And the Aventador is one of my go-to choices for street races with tight roads.
This thing has fantastic handling and one of the best top-speeds out of any drag car that I’ve tried in the game. Just gorgeous too.
10. Porsche Macan Turbo 2015
Porsche might not be a brand known for producing top-quality off-road vehicles. But the Macan Turbo 2015 is a safe choice if you’d rather drive something other than the F-150.
It provides almost the same level of performance as the Raptor, but this is a Porsche car.
We all love Porsche’s designs, don’t we?
9. 1992 Ford Escort RS Cosworth
Yep, this name sounds familiar for you and I’m going to tell you why – the 92’ Escort is one of the first cars that you get in the game.
But given its potential to be tuned and tweaked, it remains as one of my favorite off-track cars in the game.
Don’t overestimate this one.
8. Opel Manta
So you’re looking for a proper rally car that’ll make a difference in the dirt?
If so, you really can’t go wrong with the Opel Manta.
This monster seems to be taken straight out of a time-machine that went to the golden era of rallies and came back.
Even decades after its release, properly tuning this car provides a beast capable of turning and speeding in the roughest of terrain.
If you’re like me and you like modern cars much more than older models, I’d still suggest you try this damn thing. Its performance outdid by aesthetic preferences more than I thought possible.
7. 1964 James Bond Edition Aston Martin DB5
It’s easy to write off this car as being a marketing ploy to get you to watch those crappy new Bond movies.
But give this cult-classic a try, and you’ll see why I’m recommending it.
You might want to avoid off-road races with this one, though.
6. 1993 Toyota T100 Baja Truck
I remember the first time that I got to drive this thing, back in one of the first events in the game.
I instantly fell in love with it.
An all-terrain beast that will get you from point A to point B – regardless of whether they’re in the city or atop of a mountain.
5. 2014 Ferrari FXX K
A proper Lambo might be better than a Ferrari for racing in Forza.
But that doesn’t mean that the FXX K isn’t one of the best ones in the game.
With decent handling and the chance to reach its top speed faster than other S1 race cars, this car is going to help you win races and get some fantastic times in any trial that you set yourself out to complete.
Honestly, with a car like this, you’ll want to ride it everywhere.
Even if you’re just going around the corner to buy yourself a cup of coffee at your local Starbucks.
4. 2018 McLaren Senna
No list would be complete without one of those beast McLaren cars.
And the Senna takes a spot in mine.
With amazing handling thanks to a wide variety of top-class spoilers, this thing reaches top speeds without compromising quality on the turns.
3. Pagani Zonda Forza Edition
This car might not be as quick as a properly-tuned Veneno or the One:1 itself, but let’s face it: the fact that you can get this car for free basically makes up for any minor speed disadvantages.
In-game cheap-stakes but real-life spenders that got their hands on the VIP Pass will have the chance to drive this baby around Britain without having to spend a single pound.
2. 2018 Bugatti Chiron
Arguably one of the most popular cars in the game.
The Chiron combines speed, acceleration, and handling to create a formidable beast that has helped me cross the finish line in first place more times than I can count.
I still think it falls a bit short when you compare it to the Veneno (this one is harder to handle).
But in terms of racing, you’ll struggle to find a car that will help you win more than the Chiron.
I would even suggest you try out this baby in any non-multiplayer race over the Veneno to see how you do.
1. Lamborghini Veneno
I remember reading someone a while ago saying that this car was better for multiplayer than the One:1, which made me rethink the way I approach races as a whole.
The Veneno might not have as high a top speed as its Koenigsegg counterpart… but it’s still an extremely fast car with better handling.
Trust me, when you’re racing against other humans that are prone to making mistakes, it’s better to have a bit less speed and a bit more handling.
It can be the defining factor in a Forza multiplayer race.
This one takes the number one spot because it’s going to win you races against other players, even if they’re better than you, provided they don’t have a ride like this one.