Forza Horizon 5 Series 11, Rami’s Racing History, starts today, bringing a new Horizon Story and an array of historic racing cars to drive. Not only are there 11 new cars to earn in the Summer Festival Playlist, but there’s also a new Treasure Hunt to tackle.
Follow our Forza Horizon 5 Give Me Five Treasure Hunt guide to solve the clue and locate the treasure chest.
How to complete Forza Horizon 5 Give Me Five Treasure Hunt
The Forza Horizon 5 Give Me Five Treasure Hunt begins with the following clue: “Take 5 for a luxury road experience like it's 1932.”
Sticking with the historic theme of this Series, you need to own the 1932 Ford Deluxe Five-Window Coupe for this Treasure Hunt. It’s available to buy at the Autoshow for 35,000 credits.
To get the location clue, you simply need to drive the 1932 Ford Deluxe Five-Window Coupe for five miles. This can take a while unless you modify the coupe to increase the performance. Find an open road or a long stretch of highway and drive five miles in the Ford Five-Window Coupe.
Treasure Hunt location
After driving for five miles, the next clue pops up showing the location area of the treasure chest. It’s at the top of the Gran Caldera volcano where the Gran Telescopia is located.
You’ll find the treasure chest a short distance from the telescope between two small buildings at this location on the map:
Series 11 Summer Festival Playlist
We’re spoiled for choice in the Series 11 Summer Festival Playlist as there are no less than 11 new cars you can win. The Season Progress reward cars are the Porsche 550 at 20 points and the historic Maserati 8CTF at 40 points.
Other reward cars include the #24 Ferrari P4, Jaguar E-Type, Chevrolet 150 Sedan, Chevrolet Impala, Ford Mustang '69, Ford Coupe '32, and Ford Escort '73. Hot Wheels Expansion owners can also get the Pontiac GTO '65 at the Speed Racers Seasonal Championship Hot Wheels Event.
Finally, the Meyers Manx FE dune buggy is the prize car for completing all chapters in the Made in Mexico Horizon Story.
#InTheJungle Photo Challenge
As well as a Treasure Hunt, the Series 11 Summer Festival Playlist features a Photo Challenge requiring you to snap a photo of the 1953 Morris Minor 1000 in Ek' Balam.
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