Forza Horizon 5 GT Cars: Spring Weekly Challenge
Forza Horizon 5 GT cars aren't all that plentiful in this epic racer. Yet as part of the seasonal challenges in Forza Horizon 5, you are going to need to get your hands on one. From the specific GT car you need to use to the tactics you need to deploy, here's our guide to completing the Forza Horizon 5 GT Cars weekly challenge.
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Forza Horizon 5 GT Cars: Los Jardines
The Forza Horizon 5 GT Cars are needed as part of the Los Jardines challenge, which arrives with the launch of the Spring Season. In this challenge, you need to manage a 300-metre jump with a specific Danger Sign ramp. However, this challenge has some restrictions before you can bag those two seasonal points and the wheelspin.
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Forza Horizon 5 GT Cars: Which Car Can You Use?
This Forza Horizon 5 GT cars challenge obviously requires that you use a GT car, but which one? Well, luckily it isn't that hard to pin down as there is one only GT Car in Forza Horizon 5 that actually works in conjunction with the challenge. Hovering over the Danger Sign on the east of the map at Los Jardines, reveals that a S1 rated GT car is needed to take part. Heading over to the Autoshow, manage the filters by applying a S1 performance class filter and GT cars filter. That will reveal the Vantage 2019 Aston Martin, which retails in-game for 430,000 CR. If you need some additional cash to pick this GT car up, then check out our Forza Horizon 5 Goliath glitch guide.
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Forza Horizon 5 GT Cars: How To Complete The Challenge
The final step to this week's Forza Horizon 5 GT cars challenge might seem overly simple. All you have to do at the end of the day is hit a ramp as fast as you can and soar through the air for 300 metres. However, considering the bulkiness of the Vantage Aston Martin, it isn't quite as simple. For one, the Vantage has incredibly slow acceleration, so you are going to want to go all the way back - over a kilometre/three-quarters of a mile at least. Secondly, ensure that you aren't in Solo Mode, as that will only congest the roads with annoying AI cars that you can crash into. You'll have to watch the corner before hitting the final stretch, while maintaining your speed, but you will need to hit the ramp at 175 miles per hour to reach the 300-metre distance. Lastly as you fly through the air, try and keep your vehicle parallel to the road, as if you hit it at too much of an angle your car will flip and fail the challenge.
That's everything you need to know about this week's Forza Horizon 5 GT cars challenge. Want to smash your personal best with the ramp jump in something a little quicker? Check out our Forza Horizon 5 fastest cars list that will send you soaring through the skies.