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Anyway, without further ado, here are the 10 fastest cars you can currently buy in Forza Horizon 4, starting with the slowest. Oh, and remember, you can upgrade most of these cars too, making them even more extreme.
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So, you want to go Forza horizon 4 fastest car, huh?
If you’ve bought Forza Horizon 4, or are thinking of doing so, chances are you want to go fast in it.
The good news is that there are plenty of cars that will fulfill your need for speed, and while you’ll need to find some of them in barns or win them as rewards, there are many that you can simply buy.
You better have a lot of credits saved up though, because a lot of them are very expensive.
2016 Spania GTA GTA Spano – Xbox One
Speed Rating: 9.0
Performance Rating: S2 931
Price: 800,000 Credits
It’s not the fastest car on this list, but it’s one of the nicest looking ones. It doesn’t cost too much either. If you’re on a budget, the Spania GTA GTA Spano does the job rather nicely.
2016 Koenigsegg Regera
Speed Rating: 9.2
Performance Rating: S2 972
Price: 1,900,000 Credits
While the Koenigsegg Regera only has a 9.2-speed rating, its performance rating of S2 972 makes it one of the best cars in the game overall. Buy this if you want a good overall package.
The Mclaren P1 is beautiful, and if you put your foot down it does shift. Buy it if you want to strike the perfect balance between looks and performance.
1965 Hoonigan Forza Horizon 4 Car List Ford Mustang
Speed Rating: 9.3
Performance Rating: S2 985
If you want outstanding performance for little cost, get the Hoonigan Ford Mustang bought. For only 500,000 credits you can have one of the fastest cars in the game. It has even got AWD, making it a great car to go off-road with. What more could you ask for?
2013 Ferrari Laferrari
Speed Rating: 9.5
Performance Rating: S2 966
Look at it. Just look at it. The Ferrari Laferrari is stunning, and it can be yours for only 1,500,000 credits. If you want to go fast (very fast) and look cool, you need this car.
2011 Koenigsegg Agera
Speed Rating: 9.6
Performance Rating: S2 920
In a straight line, the Koenigsegg Agera is fantastic. Its performance rating of S2 920, the lowest on this list, lets you know that it lacks in other areas though. Buy it if you really like the look of it, otherwise, you’re better off buying something else.
2011 Bugatti Veyron Super Sport
Speed Rating: 9.9
Performance Rating: S2 922
Like the Koenigsegg Agera, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is great in a straight line but suffers when you try to get it around corners. Buy it if you need, but there are sufficient ideas to spend 2,200,000 accounts.
2012 Hennessey Venom GT
Speed Rating: 10
Performance Rating: S2 930
As its name suggests, when the Hennessey Venom bites you’re screwed. Its speed rating of 10 means that it flies, but watch out for those corners. While the Hennessey Venom GT can be a little unruly, for just 1,200,000 credits it’s a decent buy.
2018 Bugatti Chiron
Speed Rating: 10
Performance Rating: S2 938
The Bugatti Chiron is another car with a speed rating of 10, but its performance rating of only S2 938 indicates that it’s built for straights rather than corners. Needless to say, it looks great and all, but there are better cars to buy.
2015 Koenigsegg One:1
Speed Rating: 10
Performance Rating: S2 993
This is it; the real deal. The Koenigsegg One:1 has a speed rating of 10 and a performance rating of S2 993, meaning that it’s pretty much nearly perfect.
In a straight line, it propels you forward like a rocket, and when you come to corners you don’t need to worry about running out of grip. It’s pretty much the best car you can buy, though it’s also the most expensive car on this list. Guess it makes sense.