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Season 2 starts on December 9 and will last for four weeks – one week each for summer, autumn, winter and spring – after which Season 3 will start.
The new cars include a number of Lamborghini and Ferrari cars in Season 2, as well as a trio of new Jaguars in Season 3.
Season 2 will also see the return of the Peel P50, the comically small 4bhp car that was something of a fan favourite in Forza Horizon 4.
Forza Horizon 5 - official launch trailer
The full list of cars, which was revealed during an hour-long stream on the game’s official YouTube channel, is as follows:
Forza Horizon 5 – Series 2 cars
- Lamborghini Espada S3
- Ferrari J50
- Ferrari Monza SP2
- Lamborghini Huracán EVO
- Lamborghini Aventador J
- Ferrari 599 GTO
- Maserati 8CTF
- Lamborghini Aventador SVJ
- Ferrari 575M Maranello
- Lamborghini Galardo LP 570-4 Spyder Performante
- Peel P50
- Peel Trident
Forza Horizon 5 – Series 3 cars
- Audi TT RS
- Toyota Hilux Arctic Trucks AT38
- Jaguar XJ13
- Donkervoort D8 GTO
- Toyota Celica SSI
- Ford Mustang Mach 1
- Jaguar XK RS GT
- Vauxhall Lotus Carlton
- Jaguar XJ220 S TWR
- Ferrari FXX-K Evo
- Toyota Land Cruiser Arctic Trucks AT37
- Zenvo TS1
The news was announced on the official Forza Horizon Twitter account in November, which stated: “Thank you to the more than 10 million Forza Horizon 5 fans for the biggest first week in Xbox history and Xbox Game Pass ever. GG!”
The figure is more than five times higher than that of its predecessor, Forza Horizon 4, which also launched on GamePass and reached 2 million players in its first week.
The announcement followed Xbox boss Phil Spencer‘s claim that Forza Horizon 5 had enjoyed Xbox Game Studios’ “biggest ever launch day” with 4.5 million players already involved.