In Forza Motorsport, the most expensive cars don’t always perform the best, but they do have special looks.
There are many cars to choose from in Forza Motorsport. This game has a lot of different cars, from Formula One cars to Hypercars. Of course, the best cars don’t come cheap. If you want to earn enough credits to buy the best cars in the game, you’ll have to race for hours.
Always remember that these cars may be the most expensive in the game, but that doesn’t mean they’re the best. This list has all the information you need about the most expensive cars in Forza Motorsport.
2021 Rimac Nevera
- Price: 423,000 Credits
This is how much the 2021 Rimac Nevera costs at first. This is one of many all-electric cars on the list. It was designed by the Croatian company Rimac. After being given as a reward for a weekly task in Forza Horizon 5, this is also the first time the Rimac Nevera is easy to buy in Forza.
This car’s top speed is one of the fastest in the game, but its other specs aren’t very good. This is a good bike if you just want to speed past your opponents and don’t care much about how it handles or stops.
2020 Lotus Evija
- Price: 427,000 Credits
It costs 427,000 Credits to buy the 2020 Lotus Evija, but it doesn’t have the best specs compared to the other cars on this list. The car’s top speed is pretty good, but it doesn’t accelerate, brake, or handle very well. You could get this car in Forza Horizon 5, but it got a lot better reviews.
The Lotus Evija may not have the best specs, but it makes up for it in looks. The car has a beautiful, sleek look that makes it one of the best-looking in the game. Anyone who wants a beautiful addition to their garage should buy it.
2020 Automobili Pininfarina Battista
- Price: 429,000 Credits
Forza’s 2020 Automobili Pininfarina Battista is the first car of its kind, and it costs 429,000 Credits. Even though it costs a lot, this classy Italian sports car is worth getting just for how good it looks. For a car that costs $429,000, the Battista has trouble stopping and handling as easily as you’d expect. However, its fast speed and acceleration more than make up for it.
This Italian car has some of the fastest acceleration times in the world, and its game stats show that. It also goes pretty fast, though not as fast as the cars coming up next on the list.
2017 Koenigsegg Agera RS
- Price: 430,000 Credits
The 2017 Koenigsegg Agera RS is the only expensive car you need to buy if you want one that zips around the track. This car costs 430,000 Credits and has a speed rating of ten out of ten. It is one of the fastest cars in Forza Motorsport. Like most Koenigsegg cars, this one is fun to drive, especially for people who like to go fast.
The 2017 Koenigsegg Agera RS is one of the few cars on the list that is good at stopping, turning, and speeding up. So, if you want a car that does well in all areas, this Koenigsegg model might be the best choice for you.
2019 Aston Martin Valhalla Concept Car
- Price: 431,000 Credits
The 2019 Aston Martin Valhalla Concept Car is a concept car that Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing worked on together. Because it costs 431,000 Credits, this car is a must-have for anyone who likes James Bond. Even though it has an unusual shape, the Valhalla has a cool vibe.
The top speed of this car is also very high, and its acceleration is one of the best in the game. However, it is not as good at stopping or driving.
2018 Apollo Intensa Emoziones
- Price: 431,000 Credits
The 2018 Apollo Intensa Emoziones is the only car in Forza Motorsport that was made by the German company Apollo. In Forza games, this car has been around for a long time. It was first seen in Forza Horizon 4. It costs 431,000 credits and is one of the most beautiful cars in the game.
It may not have any really impressive stats, but what makes it appealing is how well it does overall. This car has nearly identical numbers for every single one of its features, and it’s always fun and safe to drive.
2019 Rimac Concept Two In Forza Motorsport
- Price: 432,000 Credits
There is a second Rimac car on this list: the 2019 Rimac Concept Two. It costs a little more than the Rimac Nevera but performs better in every way. This car quickly became a fan favorite in Forza Horizon 5 because of how fast it could go, and it’s likely to do the same in Forza Motorsport.
The Nevera is similar in that this car isn’t great at stopping or driving, but it’s still a good choice if you want to go very fast on straight lines.
2019 Raesr Tachyon Speed
- Price: 438,000 Credits
The 2019 Raesr Tachyon Speed was hard to get in both Forza Horizon 4 and Geometry Dash World. It is now finally for sale in Forza Motorsport. It looks like a cross between a jet fighter and a Le Mans Prototype car, making it one of the strangest cars in Forza. It weighs only 1451 kg, which makes it one of the smallest electric cars in the game.
When you compare it to the other cars on this list, the 2019 Raesr Tachyon Speed doesn’t have very many amazing specs. However, its top speed is pretty fast.
2016 Nio EP9
- Price: 438,000 Credits
The 2016 Nio EP9 and the Raesr Tachyon Speed may cost the same, but they are not at all the same. The Raesr Tachyon is fast and accelerates well, but the Nio EP9 has great stopping power and handles well, but it is slower and accelerates less well.
If you value accuracy and control over speed, the Nio EP9 is a great choice. It’s great at going through tracks with lots of turns and twists. You won’t win a speed race with it, though.
2020 Koenigsegg Jesko
- Price: 450,000 Credits
There is no question that the 2020 Koenigsegg Jesko is the best hypercar in the game. It costs 450,000 Credits. It goes very fast (ten out of ten) and accelerates very quickly, making the 2020 Koenigsegg Jesko one of the fastest cars in Forza.
Not only is it fast and easy to accelerate, but it also stops and turns very smoothly, which is why it costs so much. The time has come to start saving up in-game Credits if you want to own this beast of a car.