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1000 Club Expansion Pack

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The 1000 Club Expansion Pack is a FREE addition to the game that adds new content in the form of a set of five (5) challenges for each and every car in the game, including all of the cars from the Base Game plus each and every car from the Monthly Car Packs as well as the special and theme-based Car Packs and any other cars that are added to the game for whatever reason and from whatever source!

The 1000 Club Expansion Challenges - An Overview

In addition to being totally FREE (that is to say, in addition to being a content expansion to the game that costs the player nothing at all save for the time and the effort spent in actually downloading the expansion pack from the Live Marketplace) this pack gives players a gratis set of new Achievements to unlock -- and everybody knows that new Achievements are a good thing.

There is actually a mathematical formula or equation that is used to express the value for this. Unfortunately the only language you can write it in is French, and it reads:

1000 Club Pack + (New Cars * Five Challenges / FREE) = :)

So yeah, there you go... Who knew you could read French!?

HELPFUL HINT: There are a number of Car Packs you are going to need to purchase if you are going to unlock all of the Achievements for this Expansion Pack, but ONE of them is strategically significant - that is the November Car Pack. Thanks to a combination of the cars in it when you combine it with the free sample cars from all of the other Packs it ends up being a pivotal pack thanks to the spread of makes in it.

The 1000 Club FREE Achievements

The following ten (10) new and totally FREE Achievements for the 1000 Club Expansion Pack are:

  • Ferrari Fan (20G) -- Earn a Medal in 14 different Ferrari.

  • Ford Champion (20G) -- Earn a Medal in 13 different Fords.

  • Forza Legend (80G) -- Earn a Medal in 146 different cars!

  • It's Just Money (20G) -- Earn a Medal in 14 different cars worth at least 1M Cr.

  • Lamborghini Lover (20G) -- Earn a medal in 8 different Lamborghini

  • My First Challenge (10G) -- Earn your first Medal.

  • Nissan Ninja (20G) -- Earn a Medal in 7 different Nissan.

  • Sir Challenge-a-Lot (20G) -- Earn a Medal in 20 different British cars.

  • Snake Charmer (20G) -- Earn a Medal in 3 different Shelby.

  • Well Engineered (20G) -- Earn a Medal in 10 different BMW.

The Car Lists per Achievement:

To assist you in working out which cars you can pick to knock off the Achievements for this Expansion you can tick them off of the following lists! So don't say we never gave you nothing, right then mates?

Each of the cars listed below appear with their make and model followed by their price to purchase in the game and the source for the car -- for instance if the car is part of the base game it says that, and if it comes from a specific Car Pack it says that too! Was it a rare Barn Find? We tell ya mates...

We even number them in the list so you know how many different cars there are -- how convenient is that?! Yeah, we love you that much.

Ferrari Fan Achievement

  1. 1957 250 Testa Rossa (FREE -- Barn Find)

  2. 1962 250 GTO ($10M -- Base Car)

  3. 1967 250 California ($3M -- Base Car)

  4. 1984 GTO ($320K -- Base Car)

  5. 1987 F40 ($380K -- Base Car)

  6. 1989 F40 Competizione ($1.5M -- Base Car)

  7. 1991 512TR ($75K -- Base Car)

  8. 1995 F355 Challenge ($75K -- Base Car)

  9. 1995 F50 ($400K -- Base Car)

  10. 1996 F50 GT ($1.2M -- Base Car)

  11. 2002 Enzo ($1.3M -- Base Car)

  12. 2003 Challenge Stradale ($160K -- March Car Pack)

  13. 2005 FXX ($2.5M -- Base Car)

  14. 2007 430 Scuderia ($270K -- Base Car)

  15. 2009 California ($220K -- Base Car)

  16. 2009 458 Italia ($240K -- Pre-Order Car)

  17. 2010 599XX ($1.5M -- Base Car)

  18. 2011 458 Spider ($257K -- Base Car)

  19. 2011 FF ($280K -- Base Car)

  20. 2012 F12 Berlinetta ($340K -- December Car Pack)

  21. 2012 599XX Evoluzione ($2.6M -- October Car Pack)

Ford Champion

  1. 1956 F100 ($26K -- Base Car)

  2. 1966 Country Squire ($12K -- February Car Pack)

  3. 1966 GT40 MkII - 1.5M -- Base Car)

  4. 1970 Mustang Boss 429 ($120K -- Base Car)

  5. 1985 RS200 Evolution ($120K -- Base Car)

  6. 1987 Sierra Cosworth RS500 ($52K -- Base Car)

  7. 1992 Escort RS Cosworth ($24K -- Rally Pack)

  8. 1995 Mustang Cobra R ($27K -- January Car Pack)

  9. 2003 SVT Focus ($7K -- Season Pass w/Rally Pack)

  10. 2005 GT ($150K -- Base Car)

  11. 2006 GTX1 ($188K -- December Car Pack)

  12. 2010 Focus RS500 ($50K -- Base Car)

  13. 2011 F-150 SVT Raptor ($42K -- Base Car)

  14. 2011 F-150 SVT Raptor Halo Edition ($42K -- November Car Pack)

  15. 2011 Transit SSV ($28K -- April Car Pack)

  16. 2012 Mustang Boss 302 ($42K -- October Car Pack)

  17. 2013 Focus ST ($32K -- Base Car)

  18. 2013 Shelby GT500 ($55K -- Base Car)

It's Just Money

  1. 1957 Ferrari 250 California ($3M -- Base Car)

  2. 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa (FREE -- Barn Find)

  3. 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO ($10M -- Base Car)

  4. 1965 Shelby Cobra 427 S/C ($1.5M -- November Car Pack)

  5. 1966 Ford GT40 Mk II ($1.5M -- Base Car)

  6. 1989 Ferrari F40 Competizione ($1.5M -- Base Car)

  7. 1993 McLaren F1 ($3M -- December Pack)

  8. 1996 Ferrari F50 GT ($1.2M -- Base Car)

  9. 1997 McLaren F1 GT ($4M -- Base Car)

  10. 1998 Mercedes-Benz AMG CLK GTR ($1.2M -- Base Car)

  11. 1998 Nissan R390 ($1.2M -- March Pack)

  12. 2002 Ferrari Enzo ($1.3M -- Base Car)

  13. 2005 Ferrari FXX ($2.5M -- Base Car)

  14. 2008 Maserati MC12 Versione Corse ($1.8M -- Base Car)

  15. 2009 Koenigsegg CCX-R Edition ($1M -- Base Car)

  16. 2009 Lamborghini Reventon Roadster ($2.1M -- Base Car)

  17. 2009 Pagani Cinque Roadster ($1.5M -- January Car Pack)

  18. 2010 Ferrari 599X ($1.5M -- Base Car)

  19. 2010 Pagani Zonda R ($1.7M -- Base Car)

  20. 2010 SSC Ultimate Aero ($1M -- Base Car)

  21. 2011 Bugatti Veyron Super Sport ($2.2M -- Base Car)

  22. 2011 Koenigsegg Agera ($1.4M -- VIP Pack)

  23. 2011 Lamborghini Sesto Elemento ($2.5M -- VIP Pack)

  24. 2012 Ferrari 599XX Evoluzione ($2.6M -- October Pack)

  25. 2012 Hennessy Venom GT ($1M -- Base Car)

  26. 2012 Lamborghini Aventador J ($2.7M -- October Pack)

  27. 2012 Pagani Huayra - ($1.8M -- VIP Pack)

Lamborghini Lover

  1. 1967 Miura P400 ($400K -- Base Car)

  2. 1988 Countach LP5000 QV ($150K -- Base Car)

  3. 1997 Diablo SV ($100K -- Base Car)

  4. 2006 Miura Concept - ($420K -- Season Pass)

  5. 2009 Reventom Roadster ($2.1M -- Base Car)

  6. 2010 Murcielago LP 670-4 SV ($450K -- Base Car)

  7. 2011 Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera ($275K -- Base Car)

  8. 2011 Sesto Elemento ($2.5M -- VIP Car Pack)

  9. 2012 Aventador J ($2.7M -- October Car Pack)

  10. 2012 Aventador LP700-4 ($400K -- Base Car)

  11. 2012 Gallardo LP570-4 Spyder Performante ($280K -- November Pack)

Nissan Ninja

  1. 1969 Fairlady Z 432 ($12K -- Base Car)

  2. 1970 Datsun 510 ($8K -- February Pack)

  3. 1971 Skyline 2000GT-R ($28K -- Base Car)

  4. 1993 240 SX SE ($7K -- November Pack)

  5. 1998 R390 ($1.2M -- March Pack)

  6. 2000 Silvia spec-R ($16K -- Base Car)

  7. 2002 Skyline GT-R V-Spec II ($52K -- Base Car)

  8. 2010 370Z ($34K -- Pre-Order Car)

  9. 2012 GT-R Black Edition ($120K -- Base Car)

HELPFUL HINT: You can hit UP on the D-Pad at any time in Free Roam to see what the Challenges are for the Car you are presently driving!

Sir Challenge-A-Lot

  1. 1956 Jaguar D-Type (FREE -- Barn Find)

  2. 1958 Aston Martin DBR1 (FREE -- Barn Find)

  3. 1961 Jaguar E-type S1 ($75K -- Base Car)

  4. 1964 Aston Martin DB5 Vantage (FREE -- Barn Find)

  5. 1965 Mini Cooper S ($20K -- Base Car)

  6. 1993 McLaren F1 ($3M -- December Car Pack)

  7. 1997 McLaren F1 GT ($4 -- Base Car)

  8. 2005 TVR Sagaris ($56K -- Base Car)

  9. 2006 Lotus Exige Cup 240 ($32K -- Base Car)

  10. 2008 Aston Martin DBS ($250K -- December Car Pack)

  11. 2009 Lotus 2-Eleven ($70K -- Base Car)

  12. 2010 Aston Martin One-77 ($1.8M -- Base Car)

  13. 2010 Noble M600 ($320K -- Base Car)

  14. 2011 Aston Martin V12 Zagato ($520K -- Base Car)

  15. 2011 Lotus Evora S ($65K -- Base Car)

  16. 2011 McLaren MP4-12C - 220K -- Base Car)

  17. 2011 Mini Cooper S ($24K -- Base Car)

  18. 2011 Radical SR8 RX ($300K -- Base Car)

  19. 2012 Ascari KZ1R - 350K -- Base Car)

  20. 2012 Aston Martin Vanquish ($350K -- Base Car)

  21. 2012 Aston Martin Virage ($200K -- Pre-Order Car)

  22. 2012 Bentley Continental GT ($130K -- Base Car)

  23. 2012 Bowler EXR S ($250K -- April Car Pack)

  24. 2012 Eagle Speedster ($550K -- Base Car)

  25. 2012 Jaguar XKR-S ($120K -- Base Car)

  26. 2012 Land Rover Range Rover Super Charged ($140K -- Base Car)

  27. 2012 Lotus Exige S ($85K -- January Car Pack)

  28. 2012 Ultima GTR ($110K -- Base Car)

Snake Charmer

  1. 1965 Cobra 427 S/C ($1.5M -- November Car Pack)

  2. 1969 Cobra Daytona (FREE -- Barn Find)

  3. 2012 1000 ($200K -- November Car Pack)

Well Engineered

  1. 1973 2002 Turbo ($28K -- Base Car)

  2. 1981 BMW M1 (FREE -- Barn Find)

  3. 1991 M3 ($16K -- Base Car)

  4. 2002 M3 GTR ($120K -- April Pack)

  5. 2008 M3 ($52K -- Base Car)

  6. 2010 M3 GTS ($140K -- November Pack)

  7. 2011 1 Series M Coupe ($43K -- Base Car)

  8. 2012 M5 ($90K -- Base Car)

  9. 2012 Z4 sDrive28i ($55K -- Base Car)

  10. 2013 M135i ($42K -- March Pack)

  11. 2013 M6 Coupe ($110K -- Base Car)

After you have downloaded the Expansion Pack and it is applied to the game the next time you run Horizon you are treated to an introductory CS for the Expansion that includes a brief Tutorial. The lessons that the Tute communicates are that the expansion applies to every car in your Garage (technically every car in the game but still).

The next thing it teaches you is how to initiate the 1000 Club Challenges in your current car (and any car you later change into) -- the activation system being Menu-based. You get there by hitting START > 1000 CLUB.

The first time that you visit this menu (during the tutorial) you are presented with the five Challenge Cards for the car you are in -- but after that when you visit the menu you get an alternate presentation.

The alternate (meaning hereafter the default) presentation for the 1000 Club Menu consists of the following Menu Cards from left-to-right:

  • Ferrari Fan Achievement Status Tracking Card

  • Sir Challenge-A-Lot Achievement Status Tracking Card

  • It's Just Money Achievement Status Tracking Card

  • Well Engineered Achievement Status Tracking Card

  • Ford Champion Achievement Status Tracking Card

  • Lamborghini Lover Achievement Status Tracking Card

  • Snake Charmer Achievement Status Tracking Card

  • Nissan Ninja Achievement Status Tracking Card

  • Forza Legend Achievement Status Tracking Card

  • Friend Challenge Tracking Cards (these vary but reveal your mates progress as your target goal)

  • All Challenges Tracking Card (Selected it brings up a manufacturer list with completion status)

The game makes completing the Achievements all the more easier because when you select their tracking card from the menu above, you are then shown a list of all of the cars that apply -- including both the ones that you own AND the ones you do not, with the ones you do not showing the cost to purchase that ride.

For cars that apply and that you do NOT own, you can actually make the purchase of that car from its display in the submenu for that Achievement. For cars that are part of Car Packs that you do not own the game will indicate that to you if/when you select that ride.

Whether you buy the Car Pack or the individual car is entirely your call - but you should be aware that you cannot complete some of these without actually having to spend real-world money which, for the most part, actually seems reasonable if you stop to think about it... They gave us the expansion for free - and you know that they would want to turn some income from it - so while you will not exactly be hemorrhaging money on the rides you will need to buy to complete some of the Achievements they will not be free either.

When you select a car that you do not own you are immediately taken to the Auto Show screen for that car, and are shown right into the Colour Selection Menu. Once you select the colour, you are then given the option to purchase that car, in that colour, using either in-game cash or Car Tokens (assuming you own some).

After you confirm the purchase of the car you are then given the option to Continue Shopping or return to Free Roam. That pretty much covers the entire process from Soup to Nuts.

Picking Your Challenge

Once you are in the car that you want to complete a challenge or challenges in, and you are sitting behind the wheel, in Free Roam, to get to the Challenges Tickets you hit START > 1000 CLUB and then you select the EITHER the Achievement or Challenge it applies to or, if none of those apply, you select the ALL CHALLENGES Ticket, then the Car Manufacturer, and finally the Car Model.

HELPFUL HINT: Hitting RB from the 1000 Club Menu will immediately access the Car Manufacturer Menu so you can easily select the car you want to do challenges in!

Once you have selected a car you are presented with a mini-menu (regardless of whether or not you happen to be driving that particular car) with two options:

(1) Begin Challenges in This Car

(2) View Challenges

The first selection is obvious - you hit that and the game will then place you automatically in the car you selected to Begin Challenges in (if you are not already driving it) at which point, in Free Roam, you can begin completing the Challenges.

If you don't know what they are or which you have completed already, that is when you select the second option, to View Challenges, which will show you the Challenge Menu. Each of the Challenges you have already completed will be marked by the medal you have earned, and the ones you have not yet completed will be unmarked.

There are a set number of challenges available for each car and these may be different depending upon the car make, model, and class. The number of challenges is based upon the specific car and its class or type, but generally ranges from 5 to 6 challenges...

Just for general reference here are some of the different challenges you may find yourself asked to complete:

  • Air Skill -- Perform X Air Skills.

  • Awesome Speed -- Perform X number of Awesome Speed Skills.

  • Clean Encounter -- Win X number of Race Encounters without having a serious collision.

  • Clean Road Trip -- Drove from Point-to-Point cleanly and without taking damage.

  • Combined Speed -- Trigger X number of different Speed Traps with a combined speed of X.

  • Daredevil Combo -- Perform X number of Daredevil Combos.

  • Festival Event -- Finish 3rd or better in the designated Festival Event.

  • Gladstone Street Race -- Finish 3rd or better at any Street Race at the Gladstone Race Hub.

  • Great Burnout -- Perform X number of Great Burnouts.

  • Great Drifts -- Perform X Great Drift Skills.

  • Race Encounter -- Win X Race Encounters.

  • Skill Points -- Bank X number of Skill Points.

  • Smash Anything -- Smash X number of objects.

  • Smash Road Trip -- Drive the designated route in teh designated time (or faster) smashing X objects.

  • Speed Zone -- Set a Speed above X miles per hour at the designated Speed Zone.

  • Timer Road Trip -- Drive the designated Point-to-Point in the allotted time.

  • Top Speed -- Drive above X speed for X time.

  • Trading Paint -- Perform X number of Trading Paint Skill moves.

The list above gives you a very nice selection of the variety of challenges you will face -- they will differ in numbers of requested actions or locations and destinations, but you should get the idea!

Well there you go! So how hard could that possibly be? (You cannot hear it but we are making some rather unmanly but rightfully insane giggles right about now)....

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