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The Cars of Forza 5

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Welcome to the Cars Section of the SuperCheats Unofficial Guide and Walkthrough for Turn 10s Forza Motorsport 5, the newest (and some say best) game in the Forza series. From here on when we need to reference the name of the game we will use FM5 just to save time and your eyes -- and you should know that we think FM5 is the best game in the series so far, but we are so used to Turn 10 surprising us that we have very little doubt that FM6 will be even better!

Before we get to the Cars that make up the stable in FM5s base game though, there are some rumors we think should be addressed straight away, since they are pernicious in their intent and effect, and appear to be gaining traction among newcomers to the Forza community when clearly, as they have no substance or evidence to back them up (hence the term “rumors”) that it would be a disservice not to address the issues that they have created.

Rumors about the Base Game Car Stable

When FM5 first released there was a collective gasp when the intimate list of Tracks and Cars were finally revealed, and it seems as is often the case in events like that, the rumor mill instantly swung into overdrive, and the web was alive with so wide a variety -- many of the rumors referenced each other while at the same time contradicting each other -- that it was very hard to make sense of any of it.

The fact that the rumors consisted of little more than speculation -- there were no “facts” on offer other than the facts that FM5 had a smaller number of Tracks and a smaller stable of Cars than the previous games -- but the folks behind the rumors made very good use of those two facts in launching both attacks and speculations -- which they phrased as factual conclusions.

Obviously we cannot address every rumor but we can address the more pernicious and destructive of them, starting with the ones that suggest that this is all a money-making scheme.

First -- and foremost -- we thought it would be sensible to point out to you that Turn 10 and Microsoft plan to make money from the sale of DLC. That is, after all, a well-established and accepted formula for the revenue stream for the modern video game. Seriously, it would be odder still if they did NOT plan to release DLC packs!

The notion therefore, that they intentionally created and released the game with a smaller than practical number of Tracks and a smaller than desired stable of Cars specifically so that they could make more money by selling you, the player, the elements of the game that somehow the rumor mongers feel should be a free and included part of the game at its release, well, we have to wonder at that.

It would be one thing if Turn 10 made all sorts of promises about what would be in the game at launch, and then failed to deliver on them, and then later offered the objects they promised but required the player to pay extra for them. That would be bad, but despite the way that these carefully crafted rumors were structured to suggest that this is what has happened, it is not. None of that is true.

When FM5 released it released as a complete game. It is true that the game required a massive zero-day patch (we talk about that elsewhere in the guide) but, once that patch is installed, the game is fully functional and playable and that function and play does NOT require payment of extra funds!

The Car Facts as we Know Them

According to Microsoft's spokespeople and the representatives from Turn 10, the game was released in a smaller and more intimate atmosphere in part due to time constraints in the development path, and the effort to make the game available as a Launch Day Title for Microsoft's new Xbox One game console.

They managed to do it, but it required that some of the Tracks that had originally been intended to be included as part of the base game did not make it into the base game. Likewise it seems that some of the Cars that were intended to be in the base game are not.

Considering the amazing job that was done not just to include each car that IS part of the game as a full and interactive element and the fact that they made sure that the variety of Cars and types was more than sufficient to address the needs of each race type and environment, we think they did a hell of a job.

It takes a particularly annoying sort of person to tell you things that they do not actually know are true in a way that makes it seem that they know they are speaking the truth. It takes an entirely different sort of person to admit that they do not know what the truth is, and refuse to speculate until more information is at hand. Which would you rather hear from? Yeah, us too.

So with that in mind, we suggest that you all treat the issue of the rumors that are in circulation with respect to the intimate Tracks list and car stable the same way that we have chosen to: accept and be happy with what we have, and wait to see what is added later.

The Whole Enchilada

And now back on the subject of the master list of Cars in FM5 -- included below is the full list of the cars that make up the stable for the base game in FM5 as well as all of the cars that were added in addition to it.

If you are only interested in just the Cars that came with the base game, you will find that list at the end of this section, properly marked as such.

Please bear in mind that the list below does not differentiate between the Cars with respect to their origins -- you can find that information following the list, in which all of the different sources are detailed, with lists of their own, in order to provide what I like to think of as a helpful if logical presentation so that you can, if you so desire, go directly to the sources for specific cars in order to add them to your game!

I. The Master FM5 Car List

Note: Cars that have no fifth marker in the listing are part of the base game stable, while cars that do have a fifth marker in their listing came from one of the expansion, DLC, or special sources. The fifth marker key is listed below -- a car in the list that has a marker from this list is obtained via that source.

ALP = Alpinestars Car Pack

D1 = Day One Edition Car Pack

HCP = Honda Legends Car Pack

JCP = January Car Pack

LCE = Limited Collector's Edition

LCP = LaFerrari Car Pack

PROMO = Obtained from Special Promotion

RAB = Road America Booster Pack

STP = Smoking Tire Pack

VIP = VIP Pack

The Cars listing below uses the following structure: Model (Year) Cost -- Class -- Pack


Founded in 1949 by Carlo Abarth and based out of Turin, Italy, to manufacture car parts as well as high performance racing Cars, in 1952 the company associated with Fiat, moving into racing car production using mechanicals from Fiat.

  • 500 essesse (2010) 22,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Punto SuperSport (2013) 41,000 CR -- D-Class


The luxury vehicle division of Honda Motor Company in North America, Acura began manufacturing high-end luxury Cars in 1986, with a focus upon both luxury and high-performance vehicles.

  • Integra Type-R (2001) 19,000 CR -- D-Class

  • RSX Type-SF (2002) 16,000 CR -- D-Class


Founded as A.L.F.A. (Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili) on June 24, 1910, in Milan, Italy, becoming part of the Fiat Group in 1986. The company manufactures high-end racing and sports Cars.

  • 8C Competitzione (2007) 310,000 CR -- B-Class

  • 33 Stradale (1968) 1,580,000 CR -- B-Class -- STP

  • Giulia Sprint GTA Stradale (1965) 65,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Giulietta Quadrifoglio Verde (2011) 39,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Spider Quadrifoglio Verde (1986) 12,000 CR -- D-Class -- ALP


American Motors Corporation was an American automobile company formed by the 1954 merger of Nash-Kelvinator Corporation and Hudson Motor Car Company. Started as a traditional car company it went through phases during which it manufactured compact Cars exclusively and then diversified its model lines.

  • Javelin AMX (1971) 22,000 CR -- D-Class


Founded by Simon Saunders in 1991 as Solocrest Ltd, the name was changed in 2001 to Ariel Motors. The company focuses upon low-volume performance car manufacturing, being one of the smallest automotive companies in the UK with just 7 employees. Ariel's production numbers averages fewer than 100 Cars per year.

  • Atom 500 V8 (2013) 170,000 CR -- R-Class


Founded in 1913 as Aston Martin Lagonda Limited, the company manufactured luxury sports Cars as a small UK maker until 1994, when it became a wholly owned subsidiary of the Ford Motor Company, as part of Ford's Premier Automotive Group. In 2007 a consortium of investors led by Prodrive boss David Richards purchased 90% of Aston Martin, with Ford becoming a minority investor. The company continues to manufacture its signature luxury line of cars.

  • DB5 (1964) 490,000 CR -- D-Class

  • DBR9 Aston Martin Racing #007 (2006) 650,000 CR -- R-Class

  • DBS (2008) 270,000 CR -- B-Class

  • One-77 (2010) 960,000 CR -- A-Class

  • Vanquish (2012) 380,000 CR -- A-Class

  • Vanquish (2012) 380,000 CR -- A-Class -- LCE


A German car maker that was originally formed with the merger of four companies (each ring in the four-ring logo represents those original four companies) by German engineer and car designer August Horch, in 1966 the company was purchased by Volkswagen, who proceeded to reboot the brand, which was known for quality small and mid-range sedans and luxury touring Cars.

  • #1 Audi Team Joest R18 e-tron quattro (2012) 1,250,000 CR -- P-Class

  • #2 Audi Sport North America R8 (2012) 1,220,000 CR -- P-Class -- RAB

  • Forza Motorsport TT RS Coupé (2010) FREE CR -- B-Class

  • Forza Motorsport R8 5.2 FSI quattro (2010) FREE CR -- A-Class

  • ]R8 Coupé 5.2 FSI quattro (2010) 130,000 CR -- A-Class -- PROMO

  • R8 Coupé V10 plus 5.2 FSI quattro (2013) 150,000 CR -- A-Class

  • RS 3 Sportback (2011) 65,000 CR -- C-Class

  • RS 3 Sportback (2011) 65,000 CR -- C-Class -- LCE

  • RS 4 (2006) 46,000 CR -- B-Class

  • RS 4 Avant (2013) 120,000 CR -- B-Class -- TOP

  • RS 2 Avant (1995) 26,000 CR -- B-Class -- STP

  • RS 5 Coupe (2011) 110,000 CR -- B-Class

  • RS 7 Sportback (2013) 110,000 CR -- B-Class

  • S4 (2013) 57,000 CR -- B-Class

  • Sport Quattro (1983) 130,000 CR -- C-Class

  • TT RS Coupe (2010) 52,000 CR -- B-Class


Founded as the Bayerische Motoren Werke AG and commonly known as BMW, the company began as a automobile, motorcycle and engine manufacturing company in 1916. Justifiably famous for its historic lines of luxurty sedan and touring Cars, the company -- based in Bavaria -- also owns Mini, and is the parent company of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

  • #92 Rahal Letterman Racing M3 GT2 (2009) 650,000 CR -- R-Class

  • 1 Series M Coupé (2011) 50,000 CR -- C-Class

  • 2002 Turbo (1973) 31,000 CR -- D-Class

  • M1 (1981) 160,000 CR -- C-Class

  • M3 (1991) 19,000 CR -- D-Class

  • M3 (1997) 30,000 CR -- C-Class

  • M3 (2005) 33,000 CR -- C-Class

  • M3 (2008) 57,000 CR -- B-Class

  • M5 (2003) 32,000 CR -- C-Class

  • M5 (2012) 98,000 CR -- B-Class

  • M6 Coupe (2013) 100,000 CR -- B-Class

  • X5 M (2011) 89,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Z4 sDrive35is (2011) 57,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Z8 (2000) 140,000 CR -- C-Class -- STP


Founded in 1909 by engineer Ettore Bugatti to manufacture high-performance automobiles, Bugatti soon established a reputation for designing and building Cars known for their design beauty and very high performance. The death of the founder and his son within a decade of each other ensured that the car-side of the company would not endure, though an Italian entrepreneur briefly resurrected the brand in the 1990s to produce exclusive limited-production hand crafted luxury sports cars.

  • Veyron Super Sport (2011) 1,080,000 CR -- R-Class


Founded in 1899 as Buick Auto-Vim and Power Company, it eventually became a brand of luxury automobiles manufactured by General Motors (GM). Positioned between the regular production Cars and the luxury Cadillac brand.

  • Regal GNX (1987) 65,000 CR -- C-Class


The Cadillac Motor Car Division of General Motors Corporation markets luxury vehicles worldwide. Until the emergence of the Big Three in Germany, the Cadillac often served as the measuring stick for what defined a luxury car.

  • CTS-V Coupé (2011) 63,000 CR -- B-Class


Launched in 1973 and in Caterham, Surrey, in the UK (and now based in Crawley, Sussex, UK), the company specializes in the manufacturer of lightweight sports Cars with models for street use and models legal only for racing on Tracks. The company's current model is the Caterham 7, and is a direct evolution of the Series 3 Lotus Seven -- most of the cars it manufactures are reworkings of other popular models of cars.

  • Superlight R500 (2011) 82,000 CR -- A-Class


Founded in 1962 by Hap Sharp and Jim Hall, Chaparral Cars was a US automobile racing team which built race cars from 1963 through 1970. The engineering skills of the principal designers at Chaparral are credited with changing aerodynamics and race car handling from an art to empirical science from the 1960s through the 1970s.

  • #66 Chaparral Cars 2E (1966) 1,030,000 CR -- R-Class -- TOP


A division of the General Motors Company, Chevrolet (or Chevy as it is more commonly known) manufactures a wide range of car and truck lines from basic word and utility models to high-end luxury and high-performance race Cars. The most common models however are widely considered to fall into the common transportation class of car.

  • #1 Andretti Autosport Dallara DW12 (2013) 1,300,000 CR -- X-Class

  • #4 Corvette Racing ZR1 (2011) 650,000 CR -- R-Class

  • #12 Team Penske Dallara DW12 (2013) 1,300,000 CR -- X-Class

  • #88 Mountain Dew Camaro ZL1 (2012) 51,000 CR -- B-Class -- PROMO

  • Camaro 35th Anniversary SS (2002) 29,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Camaro IROC-Z (1990) 18,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Camaro SS Coupe (1969) 71,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Camaro Z28 (1970) 41,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Camaro Z28 (1979) 13,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Camaro ZL1 (2012) 51,000 CR -- B-Class

  • Chevelle SS-454 (1970) 52,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Corvette (1960) 87,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Corvette Stingray 427 (1967) 170,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Corvette Z06 (2002) 44,000 CR -- B-Class

  • Corvette ZR1 (1970) 93,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Corvette ZR1 (1995) 37,000 CR -- C-Class -- RAB

  • Corvette ZR1 (2009) 110,000 CR -- A-Class

  • El Camino SS 454 (1970) 28,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Impala SS 409 (1964) 38,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Nova SS 396 (1969) 60,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Nova SS (1966) 71,000 CR -- D-Class

  • ZR1 Corvette Racing #4 (2011) 1,250,000 CR -- R-Class


A wholly owned subsidiary of the Italian multinational automaker Fiat, Chrysler sells vehicles worldwide under its flagship Chrysler brand and the Dodge, Jeep, and Ram brands. At various points in its history it has produced some fine luxury models.

  • 300C SRT8 (2012) 33,000 CR -- C-Class


Part of the PSA Peugeot Citroën group, Citroën is a major French automobile manufacturer similar in status to Ford or Chevy in its local market. Citroën earned a reputation for innovation and revolutionary engineering, which is reflected in the company's slogan "Créative Technologie".

  • DS3 Racing (2011) 38,000 CR -- D-Class


Formally the Dodge Division of Chrysler Group, Dodge now specializes in transportation-class automobiles, minivans, and sport utility vehicles, the most common lines being lower-priced variants of Chrysler vehicles at one end of the spectrum with high-performance Cars and large engine trucks at the other.

  • Challenger R/T (1970) 200,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Challenger SRT8 392 (2012) 44,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Charger R/T (1969) 140,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Charger SRT8 (2012) 41,000 CR -- C-Class

  • SRT4 ACR (2005) 23,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Viper GTS ACR (1999) 48,000 CR -- B-Class

  • Viper SRT10 ACR (2008) 110,000 CR -- A-Class


Formerly a marque of the Chrysler Corporation after its purchase of American Motors Corporation (AMC), the Eagle brand at one time symbolized rugged and reliable work and off-road vehicles. Its Talon model is perhaps the best known (and most successful) the company produced. Eagle did not survive the merger of Daimler-Chrysler in 1998.

  • Talon TSi Turbo (1998) 16,000 CR -- D-Class


The world-famous Italian manufacturer of super Cars and high-end luxury sports cars, Ferrari S.p.A.was founded by Enzo Ferrari in 1929 as Scuderia Ferrari, and has had a long association with European road racing.

  • #1 Scuderia Ferrari 312 T2 (1976) 1,650,000 CR -- R-Class

  • #2 Ferrari Automobili 312 P (1976) 1,000,000 CR -- R-Class -- LBB

  • #12 Risi Competizione F333 SP (1998) 1,220,000 CR -- P-Class

  • #62 Risi Competizione F458 Italia (2011) 650,000 CR -- R-Class

  • 250 California (1957) 1,440,000 CR -- D-Class

  • 250 GTO (1962) 2,000,000 CR -- C-Class

  • 250 Testa Rossa (1957) 1,850,000 CR -- D-Class

  • 365 GTB/4 (1968) 290,000 CR -- C-Class -- RAB

  • 430 Scuderia (2007) 250,000 CR -- A-Class

  • 458 Italia (2009) 270,000 CR -- A-Class

  • 512 TR (1991) 110,000 CR -- C-Class

  • 575M Maranello (2002) 130,000 CR -- B-Class

  • 599 GTO (2010) 380,000 CR -- A-Class

  • California (2009) 240,000 CR -- B-Class

  • Challenge Stradale (2003) 170,000 CR -- A-Class

  • Dino 246 GT (1969) 60,000 CR -- D-Class -- ALP

  • Enzo (2002) 170,000 CR -- S-Class

  • F12berlinetta (2012) 380,000 CR -- A-Class

  • F355 Berlinetta (1994) 63,000 CR -- B-Class

  • F40 (1987) 410,000 CR -- A-Class

  • F50 (1995) 440,000 CR -- A-Class

  • FF (2011) 310,000 CR -- A-Class

  • GTO (1984) 350,000 CR -- B-Class

  • LaFerrari (2013) 800,000 CR -- R-Class -- LCP


Founded by Henry Ford in 1903, the Ford Motor Company designs, builds, and sells automobiles and commercial vehicles under the Ford brand, with its luxury lines sold under the Lincoln brand. Ford Motor Company pioneered the modern concept of assembly line production.

  • #5 Ford Performance Racing FG Falcon (2011) 600,000 CR -- S-Class

  • Escort RS1800 (1977) 59,000 CR -- D-Class -- JCP

  • Escort RS Cosworth (1992) 26,000 CR -- D-Class

  • F-150 SVT Raptor (2011) 46,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Fiesta ST (2014) 24,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Focus RS (2009) 41,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Focus ST (2013) 35,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Focus ST (2013) 35,000 CR -- C-Class -- D1

  • Forza Motorsport Focus ST (2013) FREE -- C-Class

  • Foyt #14 Gilmore Coyote (1977) 2,000,000 CR -- P-Class -- LBB

  • GT (2005) 160,000 CR -- A-Class

  • GT40 MkII (1966) 920,000 CR -- B-Class

  • Mustang Boss 302 (1969) 76,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Mustang GT Coupe (1965) 28,000 CR -- D-Class -- ALP

  • Mustang Mach 1 (1971) 44,000 CR -- D-Class -- RAB

  • RS200 Evolution (1985) 130,000 CR -- A-Class

  • Shelby GT500 (2007) 36,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Shelby GT500 (2013) 60,000 CR -- B-Class

  • Shelby GT500 (2013) 60,000 CR -- B-Class -- LCE

  • Sierra Cosworth RS500 (1987) 57,000 CR -- C-Class -- LCP

  • SVT Cobra R (1993) 18,000 CR -- D-Class

  • SVT Cobra R (1995) 29,000 CR -- C-Class

  • SVT Cobra R (2000) 44,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Transit SuperSportVan (2011) 31,000 CR -- D-Class -- TOP


Previously known as the GMC Division of General Motors LLC, the company is now a division of General Motors (GM) with its primary focus being the manufacture of transportation-class and business fleet Cars, trucks, and utility vehicles. The company has specialty lines that include commercial trucks, buses, vans, military vehicles, and a line of armored sport utility vehicles for the Middle Eastern markets.

  • Syclone (1991) 18,000 CR -- D-Class


Whenever the name Hennessey is heard most drivers hear the name Hennessey Venom GT instead -- but that is completely understandable because in addition to creating some of the best competition Tuning packages in teh world for top-end sports and racing Cars, the Venom GT stands out as one of the most impressive racers in its class.

  • Venom GT (2012) 570,000 CR -- R-Class


Properly called GM Holden Ltd, Australia's finest car maker began in 1856 as a saddlery manufacturer but eventually moved into the automotive field in 1908 when it became obvious that horses were probably not the wave of the future. Becoming a subsidiary of GM, the company was renamed General Motors-Holden Ltd, becoming Holden Ltd in 1998 and finally GM Holden Ltd in 2005.

  • #1 Toll Holden Racing Team Commodore VE (2011) 600,000 CR -- S-Class

  • #10 Holden Xbox Racing Team Commodore VF (2013) 1600,000 CR -- S-Class -- TOP

  • HSV GTS (2011) 68,000 -- C-Class


The first Japanese auto maker to release a dedicated luxury brand (Acura), Honda has long been on both the cutting edge in terms of tech in the Japanese market but also on the leading edge of culture in both Japan and to a certain extent the rest of the world. Among auto makers Honda leads the way in spending on research, dedicating a significant percentage of its annual revenue on its research division, which goes a long way towards explaining advancements in fuel-injection systems as well as the closed fuel-cell automobile it is presently testing for pre-release.

  • #9 Target Chip Ganassi Dallara DW12 (2013) 1,300,000 CR -- X-Class

  • #15 Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing Dallara DW12 (2013) 1,300,000 CR -- X-Class

  • Civic CRX Mugen (1984) FREE -- D-Class

  • Civic Si (2014) FREE CR -- D-Class

  • Civic Type R (1997) 20,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Civic Type-R (2004) 19,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Civic Type-R (2007) 20,000 CR -- D-Class

  • NSX-R (1992) 87,000 CR -- C-Class

  • NSX-R (2005) 110,000 CR -- C-Class

  • S2000 CR (2009) 28,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Prelude Si (1994) FREE -- D-Class


The commercial Hummer brand was originally created by AM General in 1992, when it began selling a civilian version of the M998 Humvee. later purchased by GM, the line was expanded to include the original Hummer H1 which is based on the military Humvee, with the smaller and at least in theory more fuel-efficient H2 and H3 models, for a sporty feel...

  • H1 Alpha (2006) 130,000 -- D-Class -- TOP


South Korea's answer to Ford, Hyundai (and its sister brand Kia) make up the largest auto-manufacturing capability in Asia, proving that just because you are really good at designing, building and selling farm trucks does not mean you cannot compete with the big boys for both transpiration-class and mid-luxury sedans.

  • Genesis Coupé 3.8 Track (2013) 35,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Veloster Turbo (2013) 24,000 CR -- D-Class


It turns out that Infiniti is not a spell you learn at Hogwartz, it is actually a division of Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Company. Not only that but it makes a pretty mean luxury sedan -- now if we could just get that with a levitation charm...

  • IPL G Coupé (2012) 52,000 CR -- C-Class


When the words smooth car with an English accent come up, the answer is always Jaguar -- which is rather odd if you think about it because since 2008 the company -- though headquartered in Whitley, Coventry, England, is actually owned by Indian Tata Motors -- so Tata for now?

  • D-Type (1956) 1,470,000 -- C-Class -- LBB

  • E-Type S1 (1961) 82,000 CR -- D-Class

  • XKR-S (2012) 130,000 CR -- B-Class


Now owned by Fiat and previously owned by Chrysler, the Jeep brand is something special when you stop and consider that in addition to having a record for auto manufacturer preferred by the US Post Office for almost as long as they used right-hand-drive vehicles to deliver the mail, it also has a pretty strong claim to the tag line “the car that won World War II” don't cha know?!

  • Grand Cherokee SRT8 (2009) 39,000 CR -- D-Class


Based out of Seoul, South Korea, Kia is the second-largest auto manufacturer in Asia - and the largest when its shared facilities with sister Hyundai are factored in. According to the company historian the name Kia was created pairing the words ki -- which translates to “come out" -- and “a” -- which they say means Asia -- so roughly translated it means “Hey Asia!? Road Trip!”

  • cee'd (2011) 15,000 CR -- D-Class


What do you get when the Swedish Chef dates the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo? Koenigsegg Automotive AB! No, seriously, founded in 1994 to engineer, design, manufacturer and sell the high-performance sport car type that had no name at the time but are now called “hyper-Cars” -- Koenigsegg demonstrated to the world that putting a go-fast button in a car? Yeah, great idea!

  • Agera (2011) 830,000 CR -- S-Class


Originally founded to build very powerful engines and mate them with a variety of chassis and body types, KTM has built everything from very fast Cars to very fast motorcycles (and a few very fast but clearly not exactly street legal track cars as well. X-Bow anyone? No, seriously - let's go race it.

  • X-Bow R (2013) 93,000 CR -- A-Class


The idea that we would even have to explain what Lamborghini is - let alone what it does is so funny we are gasping for air... But did you know they started out making tractors and farm equipment? No, seriously... Want to hear something even more bizarre? They still do.

  • Aventador LP700-4 (2012) 520,000 CR -- A-Class

  • Countach LP5000 QV (1988) 160,000 CR -- B-Class

  • Diablo SV (1997) 110,000 CR -- A-Class

  • Forza Motorsport Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera (2011) FREE -- A-Class

  • Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera (2011) 300,000 CR -- A-Class -- D1

  • Miura P400 (1967) 440,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Murciélago LP 670-4 SV (2010) 490,000 CR -- A-Class

  • Reventón (2008) 1,060,000 CR -- A-Class


OK you know how Fiat has pretty much bought every decent car maker in Europe and a few of the indecent ones? Yeah, they own Lancia too... Sigh. But back in 1906 when it was founded as an independent car maker it was called Lancia Automobiles S.p.A. and was to Italy what DeLorean almost was to America...

When Vincenzo Lancia created the company in 1906 his eye was on the early form of rally and road racing that was just then catching fire in Europe -- and he was so serious about each of the hand-crafted and nearly custom designed (he was known for changing small elements of each production run while their lines were live) he made it a point to drive each model in races himself (but then both Vincenzo Lancia and his partner in Lancia Motors, Claudio Fogolin were semi-retired professional racers, so duh?!

  • 037 Stradale (1982) 260,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Delta S4 (1986) 160,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Stratos HF Stradale (1974) 55,000 CR -- D-Class -- LBB


Before it started to produce what are decidedly the finest luxury SUV's on the world market, Land Rover was in the business of designing, engineering, building, and selling incredibly reliable and rugged high-performance utility trucks for use in what it termed specialized agriculture. To put this in perspective for you, the sheep station my family owns in Oz still has four of the original five 1953 Series 1 Rovers that my grandfather bought brand new in 1953 -- I have no doubt we would still be using all five if one had not been destroyed in a bush fire... They really are THAT tough and reliable!

  • Range Rover Supercharged (2012) 71,000 CR -- C-Class


Did you know that Lexus started out as a super-top-secret luxury-performance-sedan research project in 1983 that was codenamed “F1” at the even more super-top-secret car design, development, and testing facility of Japanese automaker Toyota Motor Corporation? Too right it did!

The results of the secret testing and development was the brand “Lexus” and its flagship freshman offering the 1990 Lexus LS (sold during the tail-end of the 1989 model year. One of the questions that the project was intended to answer was would the Japanese consumer purchase a luxury car from a Japanese auto manufacturer? The answer was yes.

  • GS350 F Sport (2013) 63,000 - C-Class -- TOP

  • IS F (2009) 56,000 CR -- B-Class

  • LFA (2010) 380,000 CR -- A-Class


Since 1996 the Lotus brand has been owned by Proton Industries (a subsidiary of DRB Hicom) and is best known for its record-setting Elise, Exige and Evora models of lightweight high-performance sports and racing Cars that all pretty much hover around the qualification of Supercar... If driving one feels like you are flying down the highway, well that is probably because the cars are designed, built, and tested at the company test track located at former World War II fighter base RAF Hethel!

  • 2-Eleven (2009) 76,000 CR -- A-Class

  • E21 (2013) 2,000,000 CR -- X-Class

  • Elan Sprint (1971) 33,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Elise Series 1 Sport 190 (1999) 37,000 CR -- B-Class -- TOP

  • Esprit V8 (2002) 48,000 CR -- B-Class

  • Exige S (2012) 93,000 CR -- B-Class


The question we must ask Joel Walsh is simple: does his Maserati really do 185MPH? And if so does he know this from first-hand experience? Founded in 1914 the Italian luxury car maker became yet another casualty of Fiat in 1993 but that changes noting in terms of joie de vivre with which every model is designed. We are just saying...

  • GranTurismo S (2010) 130,000 CR -- C-Class

  • MC12 (2004) 620,000 CR -- A-Class -- STP

  • Tipo 61 Birdcage (1961) 1,540,000 CR -- C-Class


The 15th largest auto maker in terms of production worldwide, Mazda specializes in a mixture of markets, while commercial vehicles and transportation-class Cars are its meat and potatoes, the company reputation for producing top-of-the-class racers started from the humble beginnings of a factory-sponsored Tuning shop and snowballed from there!

It is not so much that they created the best racing Cars -- they did not -- but rather they created the parts and exported the knowledge required to transform a car so that it gives the driver everything it is capable of - then a little bit more!

  • #55 787B (1991) 1,220,000 CR -- P-Class -- VIP

  • Mazdaspeed 3 (2010) 24,000 CR -- C-Class

  • MX-5 Miata (1994) 13,000 CR -- D-Class

  • MX-5 (2013) 26,000 CR -- D-Class

  • RX-7 (1997) 28,000 CR -- C-Class

  • RX-7 GSL-SE (1985) 12,000 CR -- D-Class -- ALP

  • RX-8 R3 (2011) 31,000 CR -- C-Class


Launched in 1989 as as McLaren Cars, McLaren Automotive -- commonly called just McLaren today -- is a British automotive manufacturer that creates high-performance vehicles including Supercars, producing a high-performance class of cars that are based upon Formula One tech and serves as proof-in-concept that brilliance in auto design will be rewarded!

  • #11 Team McLaren M23 (1976) 1,650,000 CR -- R-Class

  • F1 (1993) 1,500,000 CR -- A-Class

  • Forza Motorsport MP4-12C (2011) FREE -- A-Class

  • MP4-12C (2011) 240,000 CR -- A-Class

  • P1 (2013) 780,000 CR -- R-Class


Considered the most influential of Germany's “Big 3 Auto Makers” Mercedez-Benz is a company that seeks perfection in all that it does. It also is not afraid to smash barriers and walls when it feels it has a product that sets a standard for its type. Which is why in addition to manufacturing luxury automobiles and trucks, the company also makes high-quality very comfortable buses and coaches and, you might be surprised to learn, bicycles!

  • 190E 2.5-16 Evolution II (1990) 28,000 CR -- C-Class

  • 300SL Gullwing Coupé (1954) 410,000 CR -- D-Class

  • A45 AMG (2013) 65,000 CR -- C-Class

  • AMG Mercedes CLK GTR (1998) 740,000 CR -- S-Class -- LBB

  • C63 AMG Black Series (2012) 210,000 CR -- B-Class

  • E 63 AMG (2013) 100,000 CR -- B-Class -- ALP

  • G65 AMG (2013) 370,000 CR -- C-Class

  • SL 65 AMG Black Series (2009) 310,000 CR -- A-Class -- RAB

  • SLK55 AMG (2012) 76,000 CR -- B-Class

  • SLR (2005) 330,000 CR -- A-Class

  • SLS AMG (2011) 270,000 CR -- A-Class


With the company named for the messenger of the gods of Roman mythology, if you got it in your mind that they made fast Cars well... Yeah. An auto marque of Ford Motor Company, the brand was launched in 1938 by Henry Ford's son Edsel, with the goal of offering entry-level luxury cars that fit between regular Fords and the Lincoln-brand.

  • Cougar Eliminator (1970) 52,000 CR -- D-Class


Mini is basically a British autom marque owned by BMW whose model line specialty is small Cars -- with its greatest success being its Cooper Line, which spans the “One” -- priced at entry-level, the “Cooper,” and “Cooper S”-- S being for-Sporty, and finally the “John Cooper Works” -- or JCW -- which is priced at the high-end of the spectrum.

  • Cooper S (1965) 31,000 CR -- D-Class

  • John Cooper Works (2009) 29,000 CR -- D


Formed in 1970 as the automotive division of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Mitsubishi Motors was the sixth biggest Japanese automaker and the sixteenth biggest worldwide in terms of production. More importantly the company forged a close working relationship for the past 30-years with actor and all-around-limber fella Jackie Chan, who uses their vehicles almost exclusively in his movies. In honor of the Chanster the folks at Mitsu came up with The Jackie Chan Cup -- an annual celebrity auto race for motor journalists and starlets from across Asia -- seriously!

  • Eclipse GSX (1995) 18,000 CR -- D-Class

  • GTO (1997) 25,000 -- C-Class -- ALP

  • Lancer Evolution VI GSR (1999) 32,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Lancer Evolution VIII MR (2004) 31,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Lancer Evolution X GSR (2008) 33,000 CR -- C-Class


While they don't have a deal -- or race -- involving Jackie Chan, they do have a really long real name: Nissan Jidōsha Kabushiki-gaisha -- so how is that for cool? During the 1964 Summer Olympics, Nissan held a beauty competition to choose five candidates as the first class of Nissan Miss Fairladys, modeled after "Datsun Demonstrators" modeling group used to introduce new model Cars in the 1930s, the winners served as sponsors of the Datsun Fair Lady 1500.

  • 240SX SE (1993) 13,000 CR -- D-Class

  • 370Z (2010) 37,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Datsun 510 (1970) 12,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Fairlady Z (2003) 26,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Fairlady Z 432 (1969) 59,000 CR -- D-Class -- JCP

  • Fairlady Z Version S Twin Turbo (1994) 20,000 CR -- C-Class -- STP

  • GT-R Black Edition (2012) 110,000 CR -- A-Class

  • R390 (1998) 730,000 CR -- S-Class -- TOP

  • Silvia Spec-R (2000) 23,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Skyline 2000GT-R (1971) 31,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Skyline GT-R V-Spec (1993) 30,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Skyline GT-R V-Spec (1997) 31,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Skyline GT-R V-Spec II (2002) 57,000 CR -- C-Class


Founded by Ransom E. Olds in 1897, Oldsmobile was the oldest surviving American automobile marque -- in fact it was one of the oldest in the world followed by Daimler and Peugeot.. Sadly the closing of the Oldsmobile division in 2004 ended that reign.

  • Hurst/Olds 442 (1968) 44,000 CR -- D-Class


Founded in 1992 this new kid on the block has a reputation for working with new and high-tech materials including Carbon Fiber -- and worked with the other top European car makers to develop new material applications for the industry, taking what it learned in projects with Daimler and Lamborghini when they designed the Zonda.

  • Huayra (2012) 1,000,000 CR -- S-Class

  • Zonda Cinque Roadster (2009) 940,000 CR -- S-Class


Following the end of World War II the company went through a series of changes, and dealt with family vs family infighting that might have made a soap opera proud, a situation that maintained until the 1970s when the company was taken over by Citroën and Chrysler Europe. After struggling through the 90s the car maker has made inroads into Asia as a new leaner more profitable operation - but at the cost of almost generic appearing model lines. Sigh.

  • #9 Peugeot Sport Total 908 (2009) 1,250,000 CR -- P-Class

  • 205 Turbo 16 (1984) 130,000 CR -- C-Class -- JCP

  • 308 GTI (2011) 35,000 CR -- D-Class


Previously a brand of produced by the Chrysler Corporation and its successor Daimler-Chrysler, the Plymouth marque did not survive the reductions and cost trimming that swept the company clean, and was discontinued on June 2001 in the US. During its final model year only the Neon remained under the Plymouth marque - but some lines lived on, with the Prowler and the Voyager being transferred to Chrysler for continued manufacturing.

  • Cuda 426 HEMI (1971) 200,000 CR -- D-Class


Launched in 1926 as a companion brand for General Motors, Pontiac surprised the parent company by quickly overtaking it in popularity, a feat it managed to duplicate more than once with different special model lines, particularly with its performance-enhanced models like the 1956 Star Chief, 1969 GTO :Judge”, 1978 Trans Am, 1988 Fiero GT, as well as a number of its Bonneville models, and several G8 models. Its loss means the loss of an iconic vision in the industry.

  • Firebird Trans Am (1969) 49,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Firebird Trans Am (1977) 24,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Firebird Trans Am GTA (1987) 15,000 CR -- D-Class -- LCP

  • Firebird Trans Am SD-455 (1973) 26,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Firebird Trans Am Ram Air (2002) 23,000 CR -- C-Class -- STP

  • GTO Judge (1969) 48,000 CR -- D-Class


Founded in January 1997 by amateur drivers and engineers Mick Hyde and Phil Abbott, Radical was created to build open-cockpit sports Cars that could be registered for both road and track use without any modifications. Following the initial model runs the company began to produce built-for-track models (not road-legal) such as their SR line.

  • SR8 RX (2011) 330,000 CR -- R-Class -- ALP


Justifiably famous for both its support of -- and multiple models engineered for -- Road Rally Racing as well as its long support for Formula One racing, throughout the 80s and 00s the company won numerous awards for engineering excellence as well as supporting motor sports throughout Europe.

  • 5 Turbo (1980) 41,000 -- D-Class -- TOP

  • Mégane RS 250 (2010) 32,000 CR -- C -Class

  • Sport Clio V6 (2003) 22,000 CR -- C-Class


One of the more misunderstood car makers at least from the American point of view, Ruf Automobile GmbH is recognized as a manufacturer by the German government because even though it starts with unmarked chassis purchased from Porsche, the actual mechanicals down to the engine configuration are the product of RUFs own engineering and manufacturing, creating Cars that serious racers consider to be unique.

  • CTR2 (1995) 280,000 CR -- A-Class

  • CTR Yellowbird (1987) 310,000 CR -- A-Class

  • Rt 12 S (2011) 290,000 CR -- A-Class


A rare and beautiful snowflake, Saleen is an American company whose business is designing and engineering --- and then hand-building its line of high-performance sports Cars and high-performance automotive parts. Based out of Corona, California, Saleen contributed to the sport of auto racing on multiple levels, both for its award winning limited edition, high-performance vehicles and willingness to work with race teams to custom designs and fabricate parts.

  • S7 (2004) 350,000 CR -- A-Class


Launched in 2002 by Toyota Motor Corporation for the North American market, social culture experts consider Scion and its Cars to be the first cars that were designed and manufactured specifically for Generation Y consumers -- a generation that is often snidely referred to as the “Wait, do I like that? Do I?” generation. Though the brand enjoyed significant success thanks to its guerrilla and viral marketing campaigns, the economic downturn combined with changes in the cultural outlook of the Net Generation -- and its genuine uncertainty in its struggle to find an identity ultimately doomed the brand to mediocrity.

  • tC (2012) 17,000 CR -- D-Class


Just silently reading the name of this company in your mind causes your body to react, sprouting hair on your chest and causing an incredible thirst for beer and steak - which can be a very disturbing experience for female vegan racing fans -- just saying... The current generation of Shelby re-manufacturing services operates under the nom de automobile Shelby American, and among its signature services produces its anniversary edition of its iconic 427 Cobra and GT350.

  • Cobra 427 S/C (1965) 900,000 CR -- B-Class -- VIP

  • Cobra Daytona Coupé (1965) 1,820,000 CR -- B-Class


The company that brought affordable rally Cars to the world's largest demographic -- working class and blue collar racers -- thanks in part to its specialized and strategic partnerships including the competition parts design and engineering labs at STi, Its pursuit of and continued refinement of the boxer engine layout that has become its signature for models displacing above 1500cc, as well as its choice of all-wheel-drive drive-train layout he company managed to create a solid line of winners for off-road and rally racing.

  • BRZ (2013) 31,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Impreza 22B STi (1998) 38,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Impreza WRX STi (2004) 31,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Impreza WRX STi (2005) 33,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Impreza WRX STi (2008) 31,000 CR -- C-Class -- TOP

  • WRX STI (2011) 35,000 CR -- C-Class


Due to its staunch support of a wide range of auto sports -- including strip and drag racing in Asia, as wellas class-based road sport competitions like International Drift Leagues among others, but in particular its continued support of rally racing, Toyota has been widely recognized as a friend of auto sports. Its admirable insistence on entering examples of its alternative fuel lines in modern road and rally racing competitions not only has proven that these unlikely entries can compete, it speaks well of Toyota and its plans to continue to support auto racing after the internal combustion engine has seen its sunset.

  • #3 Toyota Motorsports GT-ONE TS020 (1999) 1,220,000 CR -- P-Class -- ALP

  • Celica GT-4 ST205 (1994) 19,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Celica GT-Four RC ST185 (1992) 16,000 CR -- D-Class -- STP

  • Celica SS-I (2003) 17,000 CR -- D-Class

  • GT86 (2013) 31,000 CR -- D-Class

  • MR2 GT (1995) 21,000 CR -- C-Class

  • MR2 SC (1989) 14,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Sprinter Trueno GT Apex (1985) 12,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Supra RZ (1998) 38,000 CR -- C-Class


Officially founded in 2013 (but historically the company claims roots that go back to 1947) TVR is one of a dying breed of car maker -- the Independent car maker. Relying upon in-house engineering in what can only be described as a crafts-based studio manufacturing process, this UK-based company manufactures high-performance and lightweight sports Cars with powerful engines. The traditional TVR creation sports tubular steel-frames construction that is cloaked in fibreglass bodywork and powered by either the in-house designed straight-6-cylinder or in-house designed V8 engines.

  • Sagaris (2005) 61,000 CR -- A-Class


Founded in 1992 by Ted and Richard Marlow and based in Hinckley, Leicestershire, England, Ultima Sports Ltd. manufactures its component GTR and Can-Am supercar lines -- component in the sense that the parts are shipped in boxed form and the end-user assembles the actual car. Previous lines include their Ultima Sport and Ultima Spider lines.

  • GTR 720 (2012) 130,000 CR -- R-Class -- ALP


One of the only modern car manufacturers to fully embrace the digital age, Vauxhall allows its customers to design and order their car via the company website, using its “Configurator” app which allows for full options customization -- and hey, when is the last time you were able to custom order your new car while nude? While it is still technically GMs UK face, Vauxhall is really a British auto maker and distributor headquartered in Luton, Bedfordshire that offers a unique collection of model lines created specifically for the UK market and driving environments. Still, naked, right?

  • Astra VXR (2012) 35,000 CR -- C-Class


So yeah, what is all the excitement about with the SRT Viper anyway? Wait, did I say SRT Viper?! Excited! Seriously, what used to be the Dodge Viper is now its own car line, with a clever evil-looking snake-about-to-chomp medallion and a takes-no-prisoners attitude that can only be had in no small part due to its signature V10 power plant, what can you say? Whoa?!

  • #91 SRT Motorsport GTS-R (2013) 650,000 CR -- R-Class

  • GTS (2013) 110,000 CR -- A-Class

  • GTS (2013) 110,000 CR -- A-Class -- LCE


Founded as the Gesellschaft zur Vorbereitung des Deutschen Volkswagens mbH as part of the official government-sponsored economic recovery program, just under a year later the name was changed to simply Volkswagenwerk to mark the wildly successful project that had the positive effect of putting Germans back to work, while also putting more of them behind the wheel of their own car per capita than had every been the case in Germany before, when the very first Volkswagen Type 1 rolled off of the assembly line in 1938 who would have known it was to be the first in a very long line of precision-made affordable German automobiles?

  • Beetle (1963) 16,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Corrado VR6 (1995) 15,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Golf GTI 16v Mk2 (1992) 13,000 CR -- D-Class

  • Golf R (2010) 46,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Golf R32 (2003) 24,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Rabbit GTI (1984) 12,000 -- D-Class

  • Scirocco R (2011) 49,000 CR -- C-Class

  • Scirocco S (1981) 12,000 CR -- D-Class -- ALP

II. Special Edition Packs

Day One Edition Car Pack

Release Date: 22 November 2013

Master Car List Marker = D1

Only available via the Day One Edition and Limited Edition versions of the game release, this pack It features three uniquely liveried vehicles that each have been given a custom performance tune.

Special Note: This pack was supposed to be given to ALL gamers who purchased the Digital Edition of the game between 22 November 2013 and 6 December -- I know this because I received an email with the code for this pack and an apology from Turn 10 explaining that I was supposed to have already received it but a snafu in their servers caused some gamers NOT to receive their code email. So, if you bought the Digital Edition between those dates and HAVE NOT received an email with the code for this car pack, you need to contact Turn 10's support folks to get your code.

The contents of this pack are:

    2010 Audi TT RS Coupe

    2011 Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Superleggera

    2013 Ford Focus ST

Limited Collector's Edition Car Pack

Release Date: 22 November 2013

Master Car List Marker = LCE

Available via the Limited Edition game version, the LCE Pack features five Cars with unique LCE liveries and custom performance tunes.

The contents of this pack are:

  • 2011 Audi RS3 Sportback

  • 2012 Aston Martin Vanquish

  • 2013 Ford M Shelby Mustang GT500

  • 2013 McLaren P1

  • 2013 SRT Viper GTS

VIP Car Pack

Release Date: 22 November 2013

Master Car List Marker = VIP

The VIP Car Pack is only available to players who bought the VIP Membership Pack - which is included as standard feature of the Limited Edition version of the game, and can be purchased from teh DLC Expansion Menu in the Xbox One Store for $19.99. The VIP Pack contains five additional vehicles;

The contents of this pack are:

  • 1965 Shelby Cobra 427 S/C[

  • 1987 RUF CTR Yellowbird

  • 1991 Mazda #55 787B

  • 2011 Bugatti Veyron Super Sport

  • 2011 Ford F150 SVT Raptor

LaFerrari Car Pack

Release Date: 22 November 2013

Master Car List Marker = LCP

The La Ferrari Car Pack is the first car pack to be released via the Xbox One Store, and includes ten vehicles. Players who purchase the pack will receive the 2013 Ferrari LaFerrari in their garage automatically.

The contents of this pack are:

  • 1969 Dodge Charger R/T

  • 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

  • 1987 Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500

  • 1987 Pontiac Trans Am GTA

  • 1989 Toyota MR2 SC

  • 2002 Lotus Esprit V8

  • 2011 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Quadrofoglio Verde

  • 2002 Acura RSX Type-S

  • 2013 BMW M6 Coupé

  • 2013 Ferrari LaFerrari

January IGN Car Pack

Release Date: 7 January 2014

Master Car List Marker = JCP

This is the first monthly car pack expansion DLC for FM5.

The contents of this pack are:

  • 1957 Ferrari 250 California

  • 1961 Maserati Tipo 61 Birdcage

  • 1964 Chevrolet Impala SS 409

  • 1969 Nissan Fairlady Z 432

  • 1977 Ford Escort RS1800

  • 1984 Peugeot 205 T16

  • 2002 Ferrari 575M Maranello

  • 2008 Lamborghini Reventón

  • 2013 Caterham Superlight R500

  • 2013 Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG

The Smoking Tire Car Pack

Release Date: 4 February 2014

Master Car List Marker = STP

This is the first specially themed car pack to be added to the game.

The contents of this pack are:

  • 1966 Chevrolet Nova SS

  • 1968 Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale

  • 1992 Toyota Celica GT-Four ST185

  • 1994 Nissan Fairlady Z Version S Twin Turbo

  • 1995 Audi RS 2 Avant

  • 2000 BMW Z8

  • 2002 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Ram Air

  • 2004 Maserati MC12

  • 2011 Ferrari FF

  • 2013 Abarth Punto Supersport

Honda Legends Car Pack

Release Date: 4 February 2014

Master Car List Marker = HCP

This is the first FREE promotional car pack to be added to the game.

The contents of this pack are:

  • 1984 Honda Civic CRX Mugen

  • 1994 Honda Prelude Si

  • 2014 Honda Civic Si

Road America Booster Pack

Release Date: March 2014

Master Car List Marker = RAB

The contents of this pack are:

  • 2006 Audi #2 Sport North America R8

  • 1995 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1

  • 1968 Ferrari 365 GTB/4

  • 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1

  • 2009 Mercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG Black Series

Alpinestars Car Pack

Release Date: February 2014

Master Car List Marker = ALP

The contents of this pack are:

  • 1986 Alfa Romeo Spider Quadrifoglio Verde

  • 1969 Ferrari Dino 246 GT

  • 1965 Ford Mustang GT Coupe

  • 1985 Mazda RX-7 GSL-SE

  • 2013 Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG

  • 1997 Mitsubishi GTO

  • 2011 Radical SR8 RX

  • 1999 Toyota #3 Toyota Motorsports GT-ONE TS020

  • 2012 Ultima GTR720

  • 1981 Volkswagen Scirocco S

Top Gear Pack

Release Date: March 2014

Master Car List Marker = TOP

The contents of this pack are:

  • 2013 Audi RS4 Avant

  • 1966 Chaparral #66 Chaparral Cars 2E

  • 2011 Ford Transit SuperSportVan

  • 2013 Holden #10 Xbox One Racing Team Commodore VF

  • 2006 HUMMER H1 Alpha

  • 2013 Lexus GS350 F Sport

  • 1999 Lotus Elise Sport 190

  • 1998 Nissan R390 GT1

  • 1980 Renault 5 Turbo

  • 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STi

Long Beach Booster Pack

Release Date: April 2014

Master Car List Marker = LBB

The contents of this pack are:

  • 1971 Ferrari #2 Ferrari Automobili 312 P

  • 1977 Ford Coyote Gilmore77

  • 1956 Jaguar D-Type

  • 1974 Lancia Stratos HF Stradale

  • 1998 Mercedes-Benz AMG CLK GTR

Promotional Cars for FM5

Release Dates: Varies

Master Car List Marker = PROMO

Notes: The following Promotions (so far) have contributed Cars to the FM5 stable:

(1) Microsoft pre-release email promotion -- prior to the launch of FM5 select gamers received an email from Microsoft's LIVE Team with a code for a free 2010 Audi R8. It appears that the code was sent to gamers who have previous versions of the series games in their played lists.

(2) Pizza Hut UK launched a 10,000 code give-away website for the UK/Ireland that offered a code for the 2011 McLaren MP4-12C - the same version as the Day One Edition one. The offer has expired as all of the codes have been given away it seems.

(3) Soft drink Mountain Dew is offering a code for a free FM5 car to consumers who enter the cap codes from specially marked products to redeem points that can be spent on the car code. Details can be found on the official event site at

  • 2010 Audi R8 Coupé 5.2 FSI quattro -- Microsoft Promo Email Code

  • 2011 McLaren MP4-12C (Day One Edition) -- Pizza Hut UK Promo

  • 2012 Mountain Dew #88 Camaro ZL1 -- Mountain Dew Code Promo

Forza Rewards Car

Release Date: Varies

Master Car List Marker = FRP

Gamers who have been playing the Forza Motorsport Series for a while and who have signed up for the free Forza Rewards Program via the official Forza site will receive the following Cars as rewards for reaching specific Tier Levels in the program.

Check your in-game mail for the reward Cars - and if you have not joined the Forza Rewards Program it is not too late - the program takes into account ALL of your game play once you register your Gamertag with it.

Reward Cars are:

  • Tier 2 Reward: Ford Fiesta

  • Tier 3 Reward: Audi RS 7

  • Tier 4 Reward: Ferrari F12berlinetta

  • Tier 5 Reward: McLaren P1

The Future Stable

Judging by the recent release of the monthly pack plus the themed packs there will be no shortage of official paid DLC Cars. The Honda Pack suggests that we can also anticipate FREE car packs from sponsored deals -- hey, Porsche! You listening?!

Seriously though, the future expansion of our garages in FM5 looks to be secure - so we will keep updating the stable as they arrive!

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Is there any way I can get my car (2013 Boss 302) on FM5 for xbox 1 ?
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specs for all car ! hennessey needed asap
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