What is a Cult Car in Forza Horizon 4 – Top 10 cult cars in Forza Horizon 4! : Forza Horizon 4

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What is a Cult Car in Forza Horizon 4. Forza Horizon 4 is one of the most thrilling Simulation racing games of all time. You will be pumped if you start racing the Forza Horizon 4 environment. With a lot of fast and heavy cars, Forza Horizon 4 is also known for its cult cars. The real OG’s of the era in the Forza motorsports – the Cars which really started the generation of speed cars that we dream for. Today in this article, I’m gonna take you through the most unique and rare cars of all time.

What is a cult car ?

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As the generation is speeding through, we are able to see the most advanced racing cars of all time. But, are we neglecting the cars which started the foundation of car making? Let’s see what cult cars actually means.
Cult cars are defined by the limited quantities in which they are produced. Collector cars may also represent limited production models, but it is not a defining characteristic.
They are valuable due to their low production rate or no production rate, Some cars have stopped their manufacturing, and they have become completely extinct by now.

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Top 10 Best Cult cars in Forza Horizon 4

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We have categorized the cars according to their performance, so you might not find our standings accurate, but you will know about the cult cars in Forza Horizon 4, which is the actual deal here!

1990 Jaguar XJ-S

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Class : C-557

Price: 25,000 credits

One of the most good-looking cult cars in Forza Horizon 4, with the best looks, it also performs the best. It costs only 25,000 credits; it won’t cost you a lot while upgrading. It is easily upgradable to the S1 class.

2014 Morgan 3 Wheeler

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Class: D-450

Price: 50,000 credits

One of the coolest looking cult cars in the game; not only the cool looking car, but it also works perfectly. Get into your garage and participate in any D class races; you will easily have the edge over others.

1963 Volkswagen Beetle

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Class: D-100

Price: 20,000 credits

The Volkswagen beetle is an absolute classic, the most classic cult car in the game. You might have to upgrade a little to have a match with other cars, but at 20,000 credits, it’s not a bad deal!

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1963 Volkswagen Type 2 De Luxe

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Class: D-100

Price: 40,000 credits

The price is twice the Volkswagen beetle, but this is also twice much of its performance. You might have to upgrade a little to perform faster, but you’ll make an impression driving around. A Forza edition might also get unlocked while driving this car, but look out for the corners – this ain’t good in the corners.

1970 Datsun 510

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Class: D-209

Price: 25,000 credits

The retro-looking cult car, with a perfect amount of speed to cruise around. It’s not the slowest cult car in the stock, but when you upgrade the car, it becomes a great drifting car. 

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1968 Abarth 595 Esseesse

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Class: D-100

Price: 35,000 credits

A small and charming cult car, but a little over price, when tuned up, it can move faster as compared to other small cars. But you can invest the money in other cars, rather than the Abarth 595 Esseesse.

1973 AMC Gremlin X

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Class: D-394

Price: 35,000 credits

The AMC Gremlin X is one of the most versatile cult cars in the stock. You might have to invest much while upgrading the car, and you will get three stars on any PR stunts performed by it. This is a better cult car than the Abarth 595.

1957 BMW Isetta 300 Export

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Class: D-100

Price: 45,000 credits

If you like old-school vehicles, then you should watch out for the BMW Isetta 300. It’s quirky, a little expensive but you can work with it. The thing is, you still have to upgrade the car after giving hell a lot of money, so if you invest in this car, then you might wanna stop playing this game (Authors opinion).

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1964 Austin FX4 Taxi

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Class: D-100

Price: 40,000 credits (Auction house)

You can’t buy this car via Autoshow, and you have to get it from the Auction. The Austin FX4 is not a great vehicle, but you can complete a few challenges in Isha’s Taxi to get some extra influence points.

1971 Meyers Manx

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Class: D-218

Price: 35,000 credits

One of my favorite Cult car in Forza Horizon 4, you can take it out for a spin any time with the sunroof out – enjoying the windy waves and getting those Vitamin D from sunny weather, it’s a perfect vehicle to move around the course. 


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