We're all busy collecting cars in Forza Horizon 5. Not every car from the previous game made the cut for the latest instalment though!
Here are the cars we're missing the most from Forza Horizon 4.
This might not be the most obvious candidate, but I really loved the Rossion Q1 in Forza Horizon 4. It has a great compact and elegant body developed from a Noble design. It looks like a small production supercar ought to. What's more, it was super quick.
The Rossion Q1 ended up being my main drift car on the roads of Great Britain and Fortune Island. While not a conventional drift build, it was one that I found I could easily balance through the corners. I'd like this one back please!
The VW ID-R was a relatively late addition to the fourth Horizon festival. It was worth the wait though, as its incredible grip made all tarmac speed zones an easy three stars.
This electric rocketship was built to break the Pike's Peak record and went on to put in amazing times at circuits all around the world. We'd love to see it in Mexico.
Lancia Stratos HF Stradale
This rally legend needs little introduction. The Bertone bodied beauty wasn't much of a racing car in Forza Horizon 4 but it sure looked good being hurled around the fields of Great Britain. We hope that Lancia are added to the newest instalment of the Forza Horizon series soon. It's not right that we're missing out on such iconic cars.
Lancia isn't the only manufacturer missing from Forza Horizon 5 but it's probably the one we're the most sad about. Did any manufacturer create more icons?
Singer Porsche 911
Singer describe their restomod 911 as a "reimagining" of the classic air-cooled sports car. With those wheelarch flares, that steep ducktail spoiler, and those fat exhausts, we wouldn't have minded if this wasn't much to drive. But it was fantastic.
The Singer Porsche could handle anything, with the right tuning and tweaks. It was fast and balanced and so controllable. Surely this one merits a place in the fifth Horizon game?