Forza Horizon 4 | Series 21 Update

Jacob Norwood
Tuesday, April 7, 2020

The Series 21 update has arrived with a host of new reward cars, the return of Horizon Promo, remixes, bug fixes and more. Take a deep dive now on everything this series has to offer, then head for the Festival and get racing!


2013 Formula Drift Corvette 777


In 2018, Formula Drift driver, Matt Field of Drift Cave, replaced his Nissan 240SX (also featured in Forza Horizon 4) with the surprising choice of a 2013 C6 Corvette; specifically, one recovered from flood damage in Georgia.

He documented the entire build process to get the car ready for the 2018 Formula Drift season. featured in-game sports a 7.0L, 1050bhp engine with added Nitrous and a carbon fiber body for maximum performance.


You can drift around the Festival in this custom wonder by completing 50% of the Summer Festival Playlist.


2018 Formula Drift #117 599 GTB Fiorano


Another car built and rebuilt for drifting competition, the infamous 599-based drift machine sports a V12 900+ hp engine with twin turbochargers and widebody kit, emphasis on the WIDE. The base car is already a beast, but the kit it has been outfitted with for drift competition just adds on to its dimensions.This 599 made its debut in the 2018 Formula Drift season, driven by Federico Sceriffo who nicknamed it “Fiorella”.


You can get this car as a reward for completing the Spring Seasonal Championship “Ferrari Rocher”


1992 Toyota Supra Mark 3

The Toyotas keep on rolling back into Forza Horizon 4. This latest addition is the first Supra to sport the name independently of its Celica roots. The Mk. 3 makes a great drift car and features some spiffy pop-up headlights, but upon its release it was never made available outside of Japan, making it a rare addition to the Festival lineup.


For the first time outside of Japan, get this car as a reward for Autumn Seasonal Championship “Overnight Parts”.


2018 Mercedes-AMG E 63 S


The AMG models before this one were not known for being terribly driver-friendly. That’s why the 2018 E63 model, a successor to the previous 6.3L engine version, is such an exception. Its automatic four-wheel drive was intended to make it the most accessible version of this line to date, following a lineage of rear-wheel drive manual versions. It’s not the most powerful car in its class, but the efficiency with which it uses its available power makes it an incredible performer.


Complete 50% of the Winter Festival Playlist to score this car.


Horizon Promo


Forzatographers rejoice! Horizon Promo has arrived as a Photo Mode addition for Series 21. Players will need to purchase the Sunflower Meadows house in Ambleside to unlock the new mode, then start earning rewards for taking photos all around the Festival. When driving around the Festival, look for cars with a camera icon floating above them. That means it’s time to enter Photo Mode and snap a shot. The more cars you shoot, the more money and other rewards you can earn. Included in those rewards are two very exciting exclusive reward cars. Check them out below.


2018 Ferrari Portofino


Paradoxically considered an “entry-level Ferrari”, this car toes the line between modern super car and high-end sports car, while still costing something like $250,000 to own. Named for the Italian village of Portofino, this car is packing a 3.9 Twin Turbo V8 that outputs 590 hp. It serves as a successor to the commercially-minded Ferrari California, meant to be faster, lighter and more stylish.


Photograph 100 Cars in Horizon Promo mode to earn this car.


1995 Porsche 911 Carrera 2 by Guntherwerks


Before building the this custom car, Guntherwerks was known primarily as a manufacturer of after-market wheels and other parts for luxury vehicles. This rebuilt Porsche 911 Carerra 2, also known as the 400R, represents their first custom car build. 25 of these performance vehicles were built, making them incredibly rare.

Guntherwerks imagined what a GT3 RS version of the 993 could look like when they designed the 400R. The goal in the Rothsport-built engine and lightweight body were performance above all, which is unusual in the world of custom luxury cars, which normally emphasize comfort over speed.


Earn this car by photographing 200 cars in Horizon Promo


Eliminator Elimination


In March, we asked you to help us cull the car selection in Eliminator mode, and you delivered. Here are the cars that didn’t make the cut:


  • · Lvl 2: Hillman Imp
  • · Lvl 3: Unimog
  • · Lvl 4: Mercedes G 63
  • · Level 5: Hummer H1 Alpha
  • · Lvl 6: Bentley Bentayga
  • · Lvl 7: Bentley Continental
  • · Lvl 8: Ford Fiesta RS
  • · Lvl:9 Funco Motorsports F9
  • · Lvl 10: Isha's Taxis Austin FX4







For full details on new features and bug fixes, check out our Support Page



  • · Improved the Auction House flow so that the default buyout price is set to max
  • · Extended the time information is visible in The Eliminator's elimination feed
  • · Fixed an issue where the VIP Reward pop-up would be displayed for some users every time the game is started
  • · Fixed an issue where the engine audio of the Napier Railton was much louder in 4th gear
  • · Removed unnecessary lights on the dashboard of 2015 Volvo V60 Polestar in cockpit cam
  • · Fixed the visibly bouncing Car hood on the 2005 Honda NSX-R when in hood cam
  • · Fixed the visibly bouncing Car hood on the 1995 Ferrari F50 when in cockpit cam
  • · Fixed an issue with the "Performante" logo disappearing from the door of the 2018 Lamborghini Huracán Performante when opening them of viewing the car in explode mode
  • · Fixed an issue where the air vent from an aftermarket hood would float in explode mode when viewing the 2013 Ford Shelby GT500

For full details on new features and bug fixes, check out our Support Page