The Forza Horizon series combines the luxury of driving a supercar, with the fun of ploughing through a field and off-roading just because, well… you can! Each game sets you up with a choice of three starter cars to choose from, so what are the choices this time around?

All of the starter cars are beautiful, but they have different specs which will be useful for different types of races. Let’s just say, traditionally you will want the Chevrolet or the Toyota for sticking to the roads! Below we have detailed their strengths and weaknesses so you can decide on your ride!

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupè

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  • Speed – 6.5
  • Handling – 7.8
  • Acceleration – 7.2
  • Launch – 7.8
  • Braking – 6.2
  • Offroad 4.9
  • Class – S1 (829)
  • Drive – RWD (Rear-wheel drive)
  • Price – 65,000 Credits

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Ford Bronco

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  • Speed – 5.6
  • Handling – 3.4
  • Acceleration – 7.8
  • Launch – 3.7
  • Braking – 4.4
  • Offroad – 8.1
  • Class – B (700)
  • Drive – AWD (All-wheel Drive)
  • Price – 55,000 Credits

Toyota GR Supra

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  • Speed – 6.8
  • Handling – 6.5
  • Acceleration – 5.5
  • Launch – 5.8
  • Braking – 4.8
  • Offroad – 4.1
  • Class – A (786)
  • Drive – RWD (Rear-wheel Drive)
  • Price – 55,000 Credits

Of course, at the beginning of the game these cars are offered free of charge, so the price isn’t particularly important unless you want to sell any of them later to put towards a Lamborghini.

What is important are the stats such as offroad, speed and acceleration. Each car is in a different class, meaning in races you will be grouped with other cars of a similar class position. So, if you want to go all pedal to the metal straightaway, you’re going to want a fast car!

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