A quick Christmas – GTPlanet


Christmas is officially just around the corner, there Forza Horizon 4 signals the beginning of another autumn season. While there may not be a white Christmas in the UK this week, there are still plenty of festive themed events and unboxing content to choose from.

Reward cars are mostly rally themed, along with fresh prizes for 50% and 80% completing the seasonal fall playlist.

The fastest gifts

There are no cars to win in the seasonal closing playlist, but you can get in the Christmas spirit with a Santa Claus outfit for your avatar and a fresh Horizon Backstage Pass for the festival.

The latest Photo Challenge sends you to the quaint village of Ambleside. #AmblesideAdvent simply asks you to take photos of every car you drive anywhere in the village. Season championship prizes include the Holden Commodore Group A and the 1992 Toyota Celica.

One car to look out for is the 1974 Lancia Stratos. Often considered one of the best cars Lancia has ever built, the Stratos has been homologated for the Group 4 regulations of the World Rally Championship. He later won the championship three times in a row.

Under the beautiful Bertone body is the same 2.4-liter V6 as the Ferrari Dino. Although the feather-light Stratos only produces 190 hp, it still offers serious performance as well as lively handling thanks to its characteristic short wheelbase.

If you want the Stratos, you have to win the Solstice Showdown championship.

Super7 has a number of new challenges to guide you through the holiday season. Complete each of the seven cards and you will receive an Italdesign Zerouno delivered to your workshop.

Events and prices can be found below:

Rally around the Christmas tree

  • Series: Dirt Racing Series
  • Cars: retro rally
  • Limitations: B class, 700 PI
  • Prices: 15,000 CR, 25,000 CR, 1992 Toyota Celica

Solstice Showdown

  • Series: Dirt Racing Series
  • Cars: Modern rally
  • Limitations: 100-800 PI
  • Prices: 15,000 CR, 25,000 CR, Lancia Stratos

Honda vacation

  • Series: Dirt Racing Series
  • Cars: Honda
  • Limitations: A class, 800 PI
  • Prizes: 15,000 CR, 25,000 CR, “Happy New Year!” Quick chat

The Trial: Flex Your Muscle (Co-op Championship)

  • Series: Road Racing Series
  • Cars: modern muscle
  • Limitations: S1 class, 900 PI
  • Prizes: Holden Commodore VL Group A

Autumn Games – Series 43

  • Series: Playground Games
  • Cars: French cars
  • Limitations: B class, 700 PI
  • Prices: “Ho Ho Ho!” Quick chat

Super7 – autumn

  • Final award – Italdesign Zerouno

Rannoch Regal danger sign

  • Season goal: 561.0 ft

Derwent Reservoir speed trap

  • Season goal: 190 mph

Toft speed zone

  • Season goal: 135 mph

Forzathon events

Forzathon wants to help Santa Claus deliver gifts this year by putting the spotlight on a delivery workhorse, the 2011 Ford Transit SuperSportVan. Jump on board to get things rolling.

Next, show that Transit can keep up with the best by winning 2 Road Racing Series sprint events. After that, head to town to wreak havoc as you will need to earn 8 Binman skills in total.

Finally, prove that no one is going to stop you from delivering gifts by earning 10 Trading Paint Skills to complete Autumn’s challenges.

Forzathon shop

Old and new will be presented in the shop this week, with a special Bentley Continental GT Speed ​​Forza Edition taking center stage.

The standard GT Speed ​​shows the hidden capabilities of Crewe’s bloodthirsty Grand Tourer. Underneath the mornings of opulence is a car that can put supercars in distress in a drag race. Although many of its mechanics come from the Volkswagen Phaeton, the Continental is one of the fastest cars to wear the Flying B badge.

Standard, the twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter W12 produces 617 horsepower, which is required in a car weighing well northerly than 5,000 pounds. The Forza Edition adds a body kit inspired by the Continental GT3, a rear-wheel drive conversion and a clean skills boost.

You have to spend 599 Forzathon points on the Bentley, but that will save you time trying to win one in a wheelspin.

The much more delicate Renault Alpine A110 1600S joins the big Bentley.

This sports car was the first to win the World Rally Championship in the early 1970s. Its small size helped tackle the winding stages on his way to six wins in the 1973 season. The road car is often considered to be one of the most beautiful machines of its time.

In contrast to its successor from 2017, the classic A110 has a 1.6-liter engine with 123 hp built into the rear. Along with weighing less than 1,600 pounds, the A110 will be serious fun if you give it a hard drive.

You need another 599 FP for the Alpine, but for that you get one of the greatest icons of rallying of all time.

This week’s clothes and novelties are Santa’s Tash and The Planets – Jupiter Horn.

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