Forza Horizon 5 has stacks of PR stunts to complete in freeroam. There are over 300 stars in total to earn! But did you know you can complete them all with just four cars?
Here are the four essential PR stunt cars.
We've mentioned previously how fast the Jesko is. But it bears repeating. This car is fast. It's just not that great at corners.
Any speed trap with a good run up, any tarmac speed zone that's relatively straight, most danger signs, this is our car of choice. There's plenty of good tunings for this one to get those 300 mph speed traps and you'll even approach a mile from the runway danger sign. Just bear in mind it's tricky when things get twisty.
Formula Drift Ferrari 599
This car was capable in Forza Horizon 4 but it seems to benefit from the improved grip physics of the latest game. I used this car and got 3 stars at every drift zone on the map. There's a fantastic all wheel drive setup by tuner KenBlocksSohn which will make even the most inexperienced drifter look like a pro within hours.
There are other Formula Drift cars you could choose. Some recommend the #64 Nissan 370Z, which you can get for free as an accolade car. Whichever you go for, if you're a new drifter, look for a KenBlocksSohn tuning and you should be good to earn every drift zone star.
Hoonigan Ford RS200 Evolution
Just like in Forza Horizon 4, this car is an essential one. Unlike the previous game, you can buy it from the autoshow! Just 500,000 credits gets you the ultimate off-road PR stunt car.
I've applied a tuning from Don Joewong Song and found that this car is really useful, not just for dirt speed zones and trailblazers but also for danger signs where the Jesko and the final car on our list can't get the grip in the runup.
Lamborghini Sesto Elemento FE
Lamborghini's ultra lightweight trackday weapon is probably the grippiest car ever in a Horizon game. The Sesto Elemento Forza Edition can corner so fast it's hard to get the ultimate performance out of the car. My brain expects it to understeer and so I always seem to turn in too early. Nevertheless, plenty of rewinds later and I finally had three stars on every PR stunt.
The Forza Edition of this car is pretty common in the game already, but auction prices remain high. Expect to pay 5-7 million credits for yours. It'll be worth it when you nail every tarmac speed zone!
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