The 31st content update for Forza Horizon 4 includes returning cars from previous titles and one magnificent new-to-forza Corvette. No other content will be added in this update, most likely because of the Christmas holidays. The game’s age is a valid reason for not adding more than just three cars into the game. So, what are the cars?
Turns out the rumors were true. The Corvette C8 Stingray is finally coming! Obviously the most noticeable car within this update because of its popularity. The 8th generation of Corvette comes with a mid-engined V8 to provide better handling. Recently, the engine was placed in the front which sometimes cause understeering. The C7 is an exception as it was perfectly distributed. Although the previous generation wasn’t that bad, the latest model certainly performs better on the tracks. It’s adjusted to take corners better, rather than pulling away on straights.
The second car coming in this update is a returning classic; Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z, which was named after the American racing competition International Race of Champions. The car has appeared in almost every title since 2009. The IROC-Z is an upgraded version of the 3rd generation of Camaro with improved suspension for better roadholding and an improved fuel injection for performance purposes.
The final car in the update is a Honda, but not quite your average Honda. It’s the S800 model, which first appeared in Forza Horizon 3 as DLC. The car is rather built for cruising than racing as it comes with a 70 horsepower inline four engine. On the other hand, Forza got the perfect customisation to slam the cars and build sleepers.
And that sums up the update for this month. It’s indeed small, but greater updates are likely to come next month since the holidays are over. For now, let’s enjoy ourselves a cruise in Edinburgh with the long-awaited Corvette C8 and some classics.