Check Out Some of the Rarest Cars in Forza Horizon 4

If you want to feel the high of fast speed without the sounds of very real police sirens, Forza Horizon 4 (FH4) is the game for you. You can collect cars, have a vehicle sandbox, and race them up and down all sorts of roads.

You don’t only gather cars but also horns, emotes and clothes. You also get to buy spare parts for your car in case you need some. With this game, you’ll be on your seat’s edge as you feel what the likes of Hamilton feel in Formula One. 


You get to race other players as you speed through the map. When you feel that your car is not to standard or is getting knocked out often, then you will need to tune your car. We're going to tell you about the rarest cars that will get the wind in your sails with Forza.

Ford Focus Po

This is one of the rarest cars in FH4. This takes us to the law of demand and supply, the rarer the commodity, the higher the price. Therefore, you will need to spend big on this rare machine and it isn't easy to find.

You can pay for it either using credits (if you have accumulated them) or pay using real cash. The first place to check for this car is in the game’s menu system to see if it’s one of the listed cars.


If it’s not listed here, then you can check at the Auction House. Here sellers are auctioning their cars for a certain period of time. Auctions usually have both buy-out prices and bid prices.

If you pay the seller’s price without being the highest bidder, then you purchase your machine with the auction buy-out option. You will have to be patient since this car is not readily available.

Porsche 911 PO

Many people like to compare this car with the Mosler MT900s but there is no doubt that the Porsche 911 Po wins. The fact that its competitor (Mosler MT900s) was given to everyone for free explains it.


Take it to the Goliath race which is the hardest and longest road on the map to test the power of this machine. Once you get it, try also the Holyrood Park circuit with a mix of low-speed corners and bumps.

Chevrolet Camaro PO

You can purchase this rare car at the Buy Cars interface. This monster machine with a 97km/h speed will welcome you into the world of speed. Whether on the Goliath race or the simplest of races, it will keep you in first gear while enjoying the lead all the way.

It has a power-restricted engine, a unique rare wing, and a wide-body kit that give it a firm ‘grip’ on the ground.

You will get this car after completing Forza Driver’s Cup’s Masters Elite Championship. You get awarded a 40% credit boost in case you are racing at Road Atlanta. You can customize it to your preference in terms of color and other specifications.

Aston Martin db11 PO

It is a 5.2 liter twin-turbocharged V12 with 8-speed transmission and a front engine. It’s abbreviated as AM DB11 or Aston DB11 ’17 is a grand tourer and has a good deal of acceleration and torque.

However, it has a poorly spaced gearbox which contributes to its struggle in building speed. Players can purchase it in the Auction House for a number of credits or cash. In the Auto Show, it costs 220,000 credits or more depending on the model.

Mclaren 720s PO

The Mclaren has a 4-liter Twin-turbocharged V8 mid-engined rear-wheel drive. It has a 7-speed transmission and is often abbreviated as McLaren 720S and features in Forza Motorsport 7, Forza Horizon 4, and Forza Street as part of the top gear car park. 

The preorder car can be purchased in the Auction House.

Last Remark

Forza Horizon 4 is a game for racers. You will have to first acquire different cars so you get to explore different speeds on different terrains. Remember there are different roads that will require a different car altogether, therefore, first be equipped with the right machines.

Whatever you choose, your need for speed in the virtual realm will be fulfilled, bragging rights included.