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FAQ/Strategy Guide by horror_spooky

Updated: 01/04/15

Forza Horizon 2 is the second game in the "Horizon" sub-series of the popular 
Forza Xbox-exclusive racing game franchise. Forza Horizon 2 is the first game 
in the series to be on the Xbox One, but it is also available for Xbox 360 as 
well.

Forza Horizon 2 [Guide]
Written by Dalton "HorrorSpooky" Cooper and Trade
Copyright 2014

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=TABLE OF CONTENTS=
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1. Introduction and Controls
2. Playing the Game
   Events
   Special Events
   Forza Hub
   Story Walkthrough
3. Bucket List
4. Collectibles
   Barn Finds
5. Cars
6. Online
7. Skills
8. Achievements
9. Conclusion

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1. Introduction and Controls
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Forza Horizon 2 is a massive open world racing game that features hundreds of 
different cars to collect and use in the various events throughout the game 
world. This guide is designed to help you get the most out of your Forza 
Horizon 2 experience, and with it, you should be able to complete all of the 
game and obtain a 100% rating.

RT - Accelerate
RB - Cycle through menu tabs
LT - Brake/Reverse
LB - Cycle through menu tabs
Y - Rewind
X - Menu Interaction
B - Menu Interaction
A - Handbrake
LS - Move
RS - Camera
D-pad left/right - Change radio station
View Button - World Map
Menu Button - Pause

There are also Kinect controls as well. You can speak with "Anna", the GPS 
lady in your car, and ask her to do things using your voice so you don't have 
to manually do it by stopping whatever you're doing and opening up the map. A 
pretty nifty feature, if I do say so myself.

As you play the game, you will earn both XP and skill points. XP will level you
up. Each time you level up, you get a wheel spin. A wheel spin is a spin on a 
jackpot machine that will get you free cars or bonus CR to spend upgrading 
your cars or purchasing new ones. Skill points are earned by doing various 
things in races and while free-roaming that earn you points and can be boosted 
with a multiplier that increases the more skills you chain together. A meter 
at the top of the screen will pop up every time that you gain more skill 
points. Filling this meter will grant you a skill point that you can spend to 
level up your abilities and purchase new skills.

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2. Playing the Game
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Forza Horizon 2 is a unique racing game. It is a free roaming, open world game 
that has a variety of different activities to partake in all across the 
sprawling, open world map.

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EVENTS
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Events are orange blips on your world map. The events in question come in a 
variety of different flavors. Entering an event will trigger a series of 
events for you to complete subsequently. You are scored based on how you 
finish in each event, and then after you have completed all of the events for 
that particular championship, you will be given a gold, silver, or bronze 
rating.

After you complete an event, you will be asked if you want to face a "rival" 
player. This can be someone on your friend's list or someone random online 
that has completed the event. You race against their ghost. You can get bonus 
CR if you choose to complete these and are successful.

You need to collect 15 championship to enter the Forza Horizon finale.

The events are comprised of different race types, which themselves are 
different depending on the type of vehicle you are driving. Many of the 
types do overlap, however.

Circuit - This kind of race has laps. You have to hit the checkpoints as you 
move along the track that is on a set area of the open world.

Cross Country - Off road racing, checkpoint-based sprints.

Scramble - A combination of the Sprint and Circuit races.

Sprint - Sprint is a single lap race. The progress you have on the track is 
seen in the upper left hand corner of the screen as you are doing the race. 
Once again, you will need to hit all of the checkpoints on the way to the 
finish line.

Street Race - A street race is as it sounds. Typical racing rules, but you 
also have to deal with other traffic on the road.

Trail Race - The terrain that you race on will constantly be changing as you 
move from off road to on road. The game suggests "maintaining your speed" is 
the key to victory here, but I treat them like any other race and do just 
fine.

Each region has 28 different trophies that you can earn. The type of car you 
are driving determines which trophies you can go after. These are the car types
available in the game:

Classic Muscle
GT
Hothatch
Iconic Rally
Modern Muscle
Offroad
Super Cars
Sports Cars
Track Toys
World Classics

There also types WITHIN these types. If you need to purchase a new car to 
enter a championship, you will be taken to the appropriate menus in order to 
get that accomplished.

In addition, these are the different regions in the game or "Road Trips":

Castelletto
Montellino
Nice Massena
Saint-Martin
San Giovanni
Sisteron

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SPECIAL EVENTS
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Completing championships often open up special events, which can be of a 
variety of flavors.

Barn Find - Barn Finds are barns that are hidden throughout the world of Forza 
Horizon 2. Sometimes you will get told the general area of where a barn is 
hidden. Find it to get the free car that is inside.

Car Meet - Car Meets are special areas that you go to that will allow you to 
check out the cars of 11 other players. You can check out their cars in 
detail here. A showdown race will occur, and at that point, everyone that 
opts into it by the time runs out will be sent into an impromtu online race 
from everyone that showed up at the meet. Completing the first Car Meet will 
unlock other Car Meet events for you to complete throughout the game world 
without having to earn more championships.

Showcases - Special races against unordinary drivers. For example, there is 
one showcase where you race against jets.

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FORZA HUB
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At each of the major regions in the game, you can enter the Forza Hub. The 
Forza Hub is accessed by driving the purple Forza Horizon icon on the map. 
This is the place where you end up when completing the Road Trip to that 
particular region, by the way.

Any championships that are available for you to can be seen at the Forza Hub. 
However, there are two other very important functions of the Forza Hub:  the 
Garage and the Showcase.

In the Garage, you will find the option to upgrade your car. When you click on 
"Upgrade", you can choose to customize the upgrade process, or go with the 
streamlined route, or the "quick upgrade". The quick upgrade will compile the 
parts necessary needed to upgrade your car's class, so there is more freedom as
to which parts you add to your car if you choose the custom option.

The degree to which you can customize your car is exhausting. You can make 
changes to the engine, improve handling, change the drivetrain, edit the tires 
and rims, alter the aero and the general appearance of the vehicle, and use 
conversion upgrades to drastically change the way your car looks and handles.

You can get even MORE detail-oriented if you want. The tiniest details of how 
your car runs and operates can be edited by "tuning". To start the tuning 
process, tap the X button while in the garage. You can also access tuning 
through the tile in the main garage menu.

You can save multiple setups for a single car and switch between them. To do 
this, you first need to save the way you customized the car. Do this by 
clicking the View button on the Xbox One controller. Then load it from the 
main garage menu whenever you want to switch to a different upgrade set.

The garage also houses the cars that you own. You can check their stats, 
search through them, and switch between them at will. The amount of CR that 
your car is worth is displayed on the left. 

Designs and Paints is the section where you can go to edit the look of your 
cars. You can do really comprehensive and insane paint jobs here. Your designs 
are all stored and can be shared with others online. Furthermore, you can 
scroll through the popular designs that other people made and choose to 
download them for your cars yourself. There are some really wicked designs 
already that people have created and uploaded to the Forza Horizon 2 servers, 
so be sure to check them out.

Finally, the final function of the garage is to see the secret cars that you 
found in the barns. There are barns you can find that are hidden throughout 
the world. Find the barns and you can snag the car that is inside. More on 
that in the Collectibles section of this guide.

And then there's the Autoshow. The Autoshow is where you can scroll through 
cars and choose to buy new ones. You should try to get at least one of each 
different type of car as early on as possible so that you can access all of 
the different types of championships.

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STORY WALKTHROUGH
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Forza Horizon 2's story is told over the course of 15 different championships. 
You need 15 championships in order to unlock the Horizon Finale. After that, 
you can still free roam and collect many more championships.

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GETTING STARTED
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The first thing you have to do in the game is participate in a road trip. 
Road trips are casual affairs. They aren't races, but there will be other cars 
on the road going to the same place as you. Complete this first road trip and 
then you will be asked to pick your first car out of three possibilities. The 
car you choose and use to drive with will determine the times of cars you will 
race against in the single player events.

With your car handy, drive to the first event. This first event is a sprint 
race. Complete it and then you will be asked to complete another road trip. 
This road trip will take you to Castelletto, the next major region in the 
game. This is where Forza Horizon 2 really opens up and you have some choice as
to how to proceed.

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CASTELLETTO
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In Castelletto, you have to complete three events. After you have completed 
the events, you will be asked to participate in the Showcase.

SHOWCASE 1 - This is a race against some show jets. It's a fairly simple 
sprint race, all in all. Don't stress if it says you are in position 2/2. 
Pretty much every time you hit a check point, you will be jumped ahead to the 
first position anyway.

Completing the showcase will allow get you the Ferrari that you used during 
the Showcase.

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NICE MASSENA
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From there, you will do a road trip to Nice Massena. Upon arrival here, you 
will once again be thrust into various events. Completing four events here 
will get you a championship, but you won't unlock a showcase. Instead, you 
will be directed to a Car Meet.

Go to the Car Meet. You don't have to actually participate in it if you don't 
want to, but you are supposed to go there so that you can be made aware of the 
Car Meets in the game.

When you're done with that, go back to the Forza Hub in Nice. Enter it and 
you will be asked to start a road trip to the next destination, which is 
the quaint place of Sisteron.

Before that, however, you have to choose which championship you should go 
after once you arrive there. Make your decision. You may have to purchase a new
car depending on the decision you've made. Doing this will allow you to access 
more features in the garage. Complete the road trip to Sisteron.

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SISTERON
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Various activities are available as soon as you arrive in Sisteron. However, 
the first Barn Find is pointed out to you. I recommend that you go snag the 
collectible car waiting inside for you. Scroll down to the Collectibles 
section of the guide for more information on how to find that particular 
barn. Otherwise, start completing the events. There are four here for you to 
complete before you can go for the championship.

SHOWCASE 2 - Train in vain. Yes, you literally race against a train. Just like 
the first showcase, it seems a lot more difficult than it actually is. For the 
vast majority of this race, you are probably going to be behind the train. 
This is due to the tough corners that you come across. When you come to the 
corners, slow WAAAAAY down. Rewind a bit if you need to in order to get the 
turns right. The race really gets important at the very final stretch. As 
long as you keep RT held in and push the left stick forward, you should be 
able to JUST beat the train to the finish line.

Your next road trip is back to the festival. This marks the end of the your 
first day in Forza Horizon. At the start of the next day, you will be asked to 
join or create a club. Clubs are like clans in Forza Horizon 2. There are bonus
rewards for doing this. You can choose to sign up for one now, later, or you 
can also choose to just never both with it as well.

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MONTELLINO
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The road to Montellino is another road trip, this one the longest one yet. 
You are asked to try out a new car so that you can do different championships. 
I recommend doing this as it will make the game more interesting as you go 
for your fourth championship title.

Ben gives you a new objective to go after once you arrive. He asks you to snap 
pictures of 20 different cars that are present at the festival. Each picture 
you take will net you some cash. The first picture you take is of the car you 
currently are driving.

To take the picture, enter "picture mode". Do this by holding the "up" button 
on the d-pad. Then adjust any of the settings you'd like and snap the 
picture. The quality of the picture doesn't matter to Ben, just that a new 
car is in the picture. Technically, you can just go through all your cars and 
keep snapping pictures of them, though faster ways to get the 20 pictures is 
by starting the events you need for the next championship and then taking 
photos of the cars in bulk. You may need to switch to a different car type in 
the meantime as you will pretty much only see cars in your class in races and 
out on the open world, with some exceptions. When you hit 20, you will get 
bonus CR, and then you will be challenged to photograph 40 cars.

Anyway, you once again have to complete four events. Do so and you win the 
championship and can start your next road trip!

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SAINT-MARTIN
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You get a lot of time for this road trip. Once you arrive, you will immediately
start your next leg of championship events. The second Barn Find will pop up 
during this, and you should continue snapping photos as well. Otherwise just 
complete the four events and win your next championship!

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SAN GIOVANNI
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Another standard area. Four events. One championship. Get it done. Drive back 
to the festival hub to begin the next day.

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BACK TO CASTELLETTO
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This road trip only gives you 10 minutes to get back to Castelletto. Choose 
what kind of car you want to use for the next championship, and then complete 
the trip back to Castelletto to start doing the events. Win another 
championship to unlock the next road trip, which will see you going back to 
Montellino. Completing this championship will unlock the "general area" of 
where the third Barn Find is.

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BACK TO MONTELLINO
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There's finally something different about this time through! First complete 
the four events and get your championship. 7 more to go, which means you are 
over halfway to the Horizon Finale. But in the meantime, there is the third 
showcase to attend to, and this time you are racing a hot air balloon! 
Scratch that, a FLEET of hot air balloons!

SHOWCASE 3 - The race against the hot air balloons is actually easier than 
the last two showcases in my opinion. The balloons move prettys low, so even 
though you have to overtake 37 of them, you can do so pretty easily. It may 
be tempting to go through the field and ignore the track as the checkpoints 
as they are spread fairly far apart, but doing this will result in you being 
forced to your last checkpoint. Don't get worried if you get to the finish 
line and it looks like the balloons might take the finish, as they do move 
very slowly and you probably still have plenty of time to take first and go 
to your next road trip.

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BACK TO NICE MASSENA
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This road trip is even longer than before, and you have a little over 10 
minutes to complete it. The roads are pretty straight so you can get some 
really crazy speeds on this road trip.

Anyway, you just have to complete another four events. Return to the hub to 
start a road trip back to the festival. You will have to drive 6.5 miles to 
get there. Another day done.

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BACK TO SISTERON
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Just complete four events. Get the championship. The next Barn Find will be 
pointed out to you at this point.

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BACK TO SAN GIOVANNI
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Four events. Complete them. Four more championships to go after that.

SHOWCASE 4 - North by Northwest. This is another race against a flying vehicle,
but this time it is only one plane that you have to deal with. You will be in 
position 2/2 for the majority of this race, but don't stress out. After the 
last checkpoint, you are pretty much guaranteed to be shot up to position 1/2 
and it is an easy sprint to the finish line after that.

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BACK TO SAINT-MARTIN
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Four events. One championship. Completing this will really get you to the home 
stretch of reaching the Horizon Finale. Only three more championships left. 
Return to the festival via road trip after getting this next championship to 
start the next day.

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NICE MASSENA 3
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Win the next championship to unlock the fifth and final showcase.

SHOWCASE 5 - Storm Chaser. You versus a jumbo jet. This is the final showcase. 
It will be storming during this event. There will be sections where you are 
in position 1/2 and times when you are in position 2/2, inevitably. What 
really matters is when you near the finish line. It will be a neck and neck 
race between you and jet. The jet may look like it's going to win, but don't 
get disheartened; the jet is fast, but you definitely have a chance to speed 
ahead of it as your car is able to cover more distance quicker, as the jet 
actually slows down near the finish line as if it is attempting to land.

Completing the showcase will unlock the next Barn Find rumor. Refer to the 
collectibles section for help finding it.

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CASTELLETTO 3
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Two championships left. Complete another four events...Almost to the Horizon 
Finale!

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SAN GIOVANNI 3
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The final championship. Good luck!

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HORIZON FINALE
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When you arrive at the Horizon Finale, you get to choose your favorite car 
out of all of the cars that you have collected so far in the game. The people 
that you race will be using cars with similar specs to the one that you 
choose. The Horizon Finale, by the way, is considered a "Street Race" type, 
and you have to get in either first, second, or third place in order to 
successfully complete it.

The Horizon Finale lasts about 20 minutes. It is an extremely long race that 
will go to pretty insane speeds. Always look at the radar so you know what is 
coming up ahead so that you can prepare properly. This is basically a 
challenge of dexterity because of how long the race is.

Completing this race makes you the Horizon Champion. You now get to decide 
where you go on each "road trip" as you continue to collect championships, of 
which there are 168 in the game. There's still plenty to do and see in Forza 
Horizon 2, and the rest of this guide will help you complete it all!

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Spread throughout the Forza Horizon 2 map are Bucket List challenges where you 
have to use specific vehicles for rewards. You will unlock the ability to 
start completing these challenges by progressing through the "story", and then 
as you continue to unlock championships, you will also continue to unlock new 
Bucket List missions to complete.

The objectives for the Bucket List challenges repeat. There are 30 of them, 
and they are all one of these types of challenges:

Destination - Your goal is to drive a long distance within a certain amount 
of time.

Skill Mastery - The various skills in the game and your ability to pull them 
off are put to the test here. You are given a set path to drive down, and you 
are tasked with completing X amount of skills within the time limit.

Skill Score - Keep doing skill-based maneuvers to try to beat the high score. 
This is good practice anyway to help you gain enough skill points to purchase 
new perks.

Speed Trap - Break the target speed at the designated speed trap.

Speed Zone - Break the target speed, except this time you have to do so 
through a speed zone, which are slightly different than Speed Traps. You can 
find more info about Speed Zones in the "Collectibles" section of the guide.

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A staple of the open world genre are collectibles. Forza Horizon 2 has no 
shortage of those, believe me. There is plenty to discover in the Forza Horizon
2 version of Europe, and this guide will help you find everything that there 
is to find.

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BOARDS
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There are two types of boards in the game. There are XP boards and fast travel 
boards. Conveniently, whenever you drive by one of these boards, they will be 
permanently etched on your map.

There are three types of XP boards. 1000XP, 7500XP, and 15000XP. As you 
probably figured, smashing into these XP boards will net you bonus XP.

The fast travel boards allow you to fast-travel to the various Horizon hubs 
around the map. The more fast travel boards you break in a particular region, 
the cheaper it is to fast travel there. Yes, fast-traveling does cost CR.

In order to initiate fast travel, open your map. Select one of the Horizon 
hubs, and then press the X button to fast-travel.

There are 50 1000XP boards, 35 7500XP boards, and 15 1500XP boards in the 
game. There's also 50 fast travel boards to smash as well.

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BARN FINDS
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Before you begin the third championship in the story, you will be told about 
the first Barn Find. After that, you can go out and continue to look for the 
rest of the hidden Barn Finds. The Barn Finds are barns hidden in the game 
world that, once found, yield a free new car. There are 10 of them total in the
game.

Please keep in mind that you can't just go get any of the Barn Finds 
willynilly. You actually have to wait until you are instructed to go to that 
area and look for the Barn Find before you are able to secure the vehicle that 
is inside. Another thing to note is that some of the barn finds will be 
presented to you in a different order than I got them.

BARN FIND 1 - The first Barn find will pop up as an objective to be completed 
after you enter Sisteron. You will get a tip on the probable whereabouts of 
the barn. Go to that area. Entering that area from the west, you'll want to go 
to the end of the pink field farthest north, facing east. That sounds a bit 
confusing, but whip out the world map and you will have a much better idea of 
what I am talking about. Simply drive up to the barn doors to collect the 
first car, an Alpine A110 1600s, though Ashley has to fix it first.

BARN FIND 2 - This one is in the Montellino region. Look at your map. Just 
north of the "MONTELLINO" words on the map, you can see a speed trap. Follow 
the road north from the speed trap, and you will see that it starts to veer a 
bit to the right. Drive to that spot, where the veering begins. Then head 
west, into the thick of the trees. You will bump into a stone fence. This 
fence is surrounding the next barn. Follow the fench until you get to the 
opening, then approach the barn to trigger the cut-scene. Ashley will once 
again have to restore the vehicle before you can use it in races.

BARN FIND 3 - Over in San Giovanni, there is a road to the west that has a 
speed trap. Drive to this speed trap with your vehicle pointing north. There 
is a hill and tree-filled area to the east. Make sure you're using a car with 
AWD so that you can get up the hill. Right on top of the hill is the third 
barn and an army jeep to add to your collection of cars!

BARN FIND 4 - This Barn Find will be in Italia. There is a road going right 
through the highlighted area. Put your cursor around the center of that road, 
and then move it south to the tip of the tree line. This is where you need to 
go. This barn is not has hidden as the last couple, but it is still somewhat 
shrouded by the trees.

BARN FIND 5 - JUST north of the San Giovanni car meet is this barn.

BARN FIND 6 - There is a Car Meet in this area. From the car meet, follow the 
road south until the trees on the map start to clear up. Head east and you 
should be able to spot this barn without too much trouble. The reason for 
this is that it is out in the open, in a large field with a shed that is there 
for farm equipment anyway. There's even a big ass blue tractor to make spotting
this one even easier!

BARN FIND 7 - South of the "A" in Italia. There is a pink strip in the middle 
of the trees that indicates a road. Go to the center of this road and then go 
south a little more into what looks like trees on your world map to snag this 
Barn Find.

BARN FIND 8 - Okay, this one is slightly more difficult to tell you where it 
is just using text, but I am going to try. First of all, located the Bowler 
EXR S Bucket List Challenge. It is a "HARD" difficulty one that is in the 
southeast portion of the map, northeast of Castelletto. From there, move your 
cursor to the west until you hit a body of water. At that point, drop straight 
down until you get the trees. The barn is in this area.

BARN FIND 9 - Thanfully this one is much easier to find than the last. Within 
the highlighted area, check out the group of trees that is kind of shaped like 
the letter Y. At the northern most tip of these trees is where you will be 
able to find this barn.

BARN FIND 10 - This barn find is pretty much smack dab in the middle of the 
highlighted area. If you need more instruction, place the cursor in between the
letters "C" and "E" in FRANCE. Then go straight north until you are about in 
the middle of the highlighted area so that you can get a more exact idea of 
where you need to drive.

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ROADS
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Where you're going...you need roads. You do. A lot. Because this game is all 
about driving on roads. Part of the progression in the game requires you to 
find every road, and there's 315 roads in the game.

Whenever you drive on a road that you've never driven on before, the game will 
notify you and update the the number of roads that you've driven on. It will 
also compare the amount of roads that you've driven on with the ones that your 
friends have discovered as well.

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SPEED ZONES AND TRAPS
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The final collectible-type system in the game are the speed zones and traps. 
They function similarly; when you hit them, the game records how fast you were 
going and then throws that information into leaderboards like other aspects of 
the game.

The difference between speed zones and speed traps is simple. Speed zones are 
specified areas, with cameras marking the beginning and end of them, and the 
goal is to build up speed while in that zone. Your final speed is marked at 
the end when you zip through the cameras. Speed traps don't give you a set 
area to build up speed, which can be both advantageous as well as a 
disadvantage in other regards.

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The list of cars in Forza Horizon 2 is absolutely staggering. Each car has 
its own set of stats, its own class, and its own designs that can be placed 
onto it.

The following is a list of every car in the game and its default stats before 
upgrades.

Cars can be heavily customized in this game, so keep in mind that you can 
drastically alter the stats of each vehicle.

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ABARTH
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500 esseesse (2010)
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Type: Hot Hatch
Class: C 526
FWD
Speed: 5.0
Handling: 5.9
Acceleration: 6.4
Launch: 6.7
Braking: 7.0

595 esseesse (1968)
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Type: Cult Classics
Class: D 100
RWD
Speed: 3.0
Handling: 5.1
Acceleration: 3.0
Launch: 3.2
Braking: 6.5

Fiat 131 (1980)
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Type: Classic Rally
Class: D 446
RWD
Speed: 4.8
Handling: 5.7
Acceleration: 6.1
Launch: 6.4
Braking: 6.5

Punto SuperSport (2013)
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Type: Hot Hatch
Class: C 567
FWD
Speed: 5.0
Handling: 6.3
Acceleration: 6.6
Launch: 6.7
Braking: 7.6

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ACURA
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RSX Type-S (2002)
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Type: Hot Hatch
Class: C 543
FWD
Speed: 5.7
Handling: 5.8
Acceleration: 6.6
Launch: 6.7
Braking: 6.6

==========
ALFA ROMEO
==========
8C Competizione (2007)
----------------------
Type: Super GT
Class: S1 801
RWD
Speed: 7.2
Handling: 7.1
Acceleration: 8.2
Launch: 8.3
Braking: 8.5

33 Stradale (1968)
------------------
Type: Rare Classics
Class: A 718
RWD
Speed: 6.4
Handling: 6.3
Acceleration: 8.4
Launch: 8.3
Braking: 7.2

Giulietta Quadrifoglio Verde (2011)
-----------------------------------
Type: Hot Hatch
Class: C 600
FWD
Speed: 5.7
Handling: 6.1
Acceleration: 6.8
Launch: 6.8
Braking: 7.1

Spider Quadrifoglio Verde (1986)
--------------------------------
Type: Cult Classics
Class: D 307
RWD
Speed: 4.4
Handling: 5.4
Acceleration: 4.9
Launch: 4.9
Braking: 6.2

===
AMC
===
Javelin AMX (1971)
------------------
Type: American Racers
Class: C 529
RWD
Speed: 4.6
Handling: 5.4
Acceleration: 7.1
Launch: 6.8
Braking: 6.1

=====
ARIEL
=====
Atom 500 V8 (2013)
------------------
Type: Extreme Track Toys
Class: S2 966
RWD
Speed: 6.5
Handling: 8.9
Acceleration: 9.6
Launch: 9.3
Braking: 10

============
ASTON MARTIN
============
DB5 (1964)
----------
Type: Rare Classics
Class: C 506
RWD
Speed: 5.6
Handling: 5.0
Acceleration: 6.9
Launch: 6.9
Braking: 5.9

DBR1 (1958)
-----------
Type: Classic Racers
Class: B 623
RWD
Speed: 6.7
Handling: 5.5
Acceleration: 7.6
Launch: 6.6
Braking: 6.3

One-77 (2010)
-------------
Type: Modern Supercars
Class: S1 894
RWD
Speed: 8.2
Handling: 7.3
Acceleration: 8.8
Launch: 8.3
Braking: 8.8

V12 Zagato (Villa d'Este) (2011)
--------------------------------
Type: Super GT
Class: S1 842
RWD
Speed: 7.6
Handling: 7.5
Acceleration: 8.3
Launch: 8.1
Braking: 9.0

Vanquish (2012)
---------------
Type: Super GT
Class: S 808
RWD
Speed: 7.7
Handling: 7.2
Acceleration: 8.2
Launch: 8.2
Braking: 8.7

====
AUDI
====
R8 Coupe V10 plus 5.2 FSI quattro (2013)
----------------------------------------
Type: Modern Supercars
Class: S1 852
AWD
Speed: 7.6
Handling: 7.3
Acceleration: 8.7
Launch: 9.7
Braking: 8.9

RS 2 Avant (1995)
-----------------
Type: Retro Saloons
Class: B 639
AWD
Speed: 6.2
Handling: 6.2
Acceleration: 6.9
Launch: 8.0
Braking: 7.3

RS 3 Sportback (2011)
---------------------
Type: Super Hot Hatch
Class: B 678
AWD
Speed: 6.2
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 7.1
Launch: 8.3
Braking: 7.6

RS 4 (2006)
-----------
Type: Super Saloons
Class: A 734
AWD
Speed: 7.1
Handling: 6.5
Acceleration: 7.8
Launch: 8.9
Braking: 7.7

RS 5 Coupe (2011)
-----------------
Type: Super Saloons
Class: A 753
AWD
Speed: 6.9
Handling: 6.9
Acceleration: 7.5
Launch: 8.7
Braking: 8.4

S4 (2013)
---------
Type: Super Saloons
Class: A 738
AWD
Speed: 6.9
Handling: 6.5
Acceleration: 7.7
Launch: 9.1
Braking: 7.8

Sport quattro (1983)
--------------------
Type: Group B Monsters
Class: B 638
AWD
Speed: 5.9
Handling: 6.0
Acceleration: 7.2
Launch: 8.4
Braking: 7.1

TT RS Coupe (2010)
------------------
Type: Sports Cars
Class: A 725
AWD
Speed: 6.8
Handling: 6.6
Acceleration: 7.5
Launch: 8.8
Braking: 7.8

=======
BENTLEY
=======
Continental GT Speed (2013)
---------------------------
Type: GT Cars
Class: A 786
AWD
Speed: 7.8
Handling: 6.9
Acceleration: 8.0
Launch: 9.3
Braking: 8.3

===
BMW
===
1 Series M Coupe (2011)
-----------------------
Type: Super Saloons
Class: A 720
RWD
Speed: 6.3
Handling: 6.7
Acceleration: 7.6
Launch: 7.8
Braking: 8.0

2002 Turbo (1973)
-----------------
Type: Cult Classics
Class: D 448
RWD
Speed: 5.1
Handling: 5.0
Acceleration: 6.7
Launch: 6.6
Braking: 6.0

M1 (1981)
---------
Type: Retro Supercars
Class: A 702
RWD
Speed: 6.1
Handling: 6.6
Acceleration: 7.6
Launch: 7.7
Braking: 7.8

M3 (1991)
---------
Type: Retro Saloons
Class: B 610
RWD
Speed: 5.8
Handling: 6.3
Acceleration: 6.9
Launch: 7.5
Braking: 7.5

M3 (1997)
---------
Type: Retro Saloons
Class: B 675
RWD
Speed: 6.7
Handling: 6.1
Acceleration: 7.4
Launch: 7.6
Braking: 7.2

M3 (2008)
---------
Type: Super Saloons
Class: A 750
RWD
Speed: 7.0
Handling: 6.6
Acceleration: 8.1
Launch: 7.8
Braking: 7.9

M5 (2012)
---------
Type: Super Saloons
Class: A 768
RWD
Speed: 7.3
Handling: 6.7
Acceleration: 7.9
Launch: 7.8
Braking: 7.9

X5 M (2011)
-----------
Type: Sports Utility heroes
Class: B 692
AWD
Speed: 6.6
Handling: 6.1
Acceleration: 7.3
Launch: 8.5
Braking: 6.9

Z4 sDrive35is (2011)
--------------------
Type: Sports Cars
Class: A 727
RWD
Speed: 6.8
Handling: 6.5
Acceleration: 7.6
Launch: 8.0
Braking: 7.6

======
BOWLER
======
EXR S (2012)
------------
Type: Extreme Offroad
Class: A 762
AWD
Speed: 6.3
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 8.0
Launch: 9.4
Braking: 7.7

=======
BUGATTI
=======
Veyron Super Sport (2011)
-------------------------
Type: Hypercars
Class: S2 990
AWD
Speed: 10
Handling: 8.2
Acceleration: 10
Launch: 10
Braking: 9.9

=====
BUICK
=====
Regal GNX (1987)
----------------
Type: Retro Muscle
Class: B 620
RWD
Speed: 5.9
Handling: 5.9
Acceleration: 7.2
Launch: 7.0
Braking: 6.7

========
CADILLAC
========
Escalade ESV (2012)
-------------------
Type: Sports Utility Heroes
Class: D 493
AWD
Speed: 5.3
Handling: 5.9
Acceleration: 5.8
Launch: 6.1
Braking: 6.7

========
CATERHAM
========
Superlight R500 (2013)
----------------------
Type: Extreme Track Toys
Class: S1 824
RWD
Speed: 5.8
Handling: 7.2
Acceleration: 8.5
Launch: 8.1
Braking: 8.9

=========
CHEVROLET
=========
Bel Air (1957)
--------------
Type: Cult Classics
Class: D 427
RWD
Speed: 5.0
Handling: 4.9
Acceleration: 6.3
Launch: 5.6
Braking: 5.8

Camaro IROC-Z (1990)
--------------------
Type: Retro Muscle
Class: C 567
RWD
Speed: 5.9
Handling: 6.0
Acceleration: 6.6
Launch: 6.6
Braking: 6.6

Camaro SS Coupe (1969)
----------------------
Type: American Racers
Class: B 689
RWD
Speed: 6.0
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 7.7
Launch: 7.5
Braking: 7.2
NOTE: This car is one of the three cars that you can choose from at the very 
beginning of the game.

Camaro Z28 (1970)
-----------------
Type: American Racers
Class: C 519
RWD
Speed: 5.3
Handling: 4.9
Acceleration: 7.3
Launch: 6.3
Braking: 5.7

Camaro Z28 (1979)
-----------------
Type: American Racers
Class: D 441
RWD
Speed: 4.7
Handling: 5.5
Acceleration: 6.1
Launch: 6.4
Braking: 6.3

Camaro ZL1 (2012)
-----------------
Type: Modern Muscle
Class: A 782
RWD
Speed: 7.4
Handling: 6.8
Acceleration: 8.2
Launch: 7.9
Braking: 8.1

Camaro ZR1 (2009)
-----------------
Type: Modern Muscle
Class: S 851
RWD
Speed: 8.0
Handling: 7.3
Acceleration: 8.6
Launch: 8.1
Braking: 8.8

Chevelle SS-454 (1970)
----------------------
Type: US Street Muscle
Class: C 528
RWD
Speed: 4.8
Handling: 5.0
Acceleration: 7.2
Launch: 6.1
Braking: 5.8

Corvette (1960)
---------------
Type: Cult Classics
Class: D 489
RWD
Speed: 5.5
Handling: 4.9
Acceleration: 7.0
Launch: 6.4
Braking: 5.7

Corvette Stingray (2014)
------------------------
Type: Modern Muscle
Class: A 797
RWD
Speed: 7.6
Handling: 7.1
Acceleration: 8.3
Launch: 8.2
Braking: 8.5

Corvette Stingray 427 (1967)
----------------------------
Type: US Street Muscle
Class: C 590
RWD
Speed: 5.7
Handling: 5.1
Acceleration: 7.7
Launch: 7.1
Braking: 6.0

Corvette ZR-1 (1970)
--------------------
Type: US Street Muscle
Class: C 547
RWD
Speed: 5.0
Handling: 5.2
Acceleration: 7.4
Launch: 7.0
Braking: 6.0

Corvette ZR-1 (2009)
--------------------
Type: Modern Muscle
Class: S1 851
RWD
Speed: 8.0
Handling: 7.3
Acceleration: 8.6
Launch: 8.1
Braking: 8.8

Impala SS 409 (1964)
--------------------
Type: Cult Classics
Class: C 560
RWD
Speed: 5.7
Handling: 4.9
Acceleration: 7.4
Launch: 6.3
Braking: 5.7

=====
DODGE
=====
Challenger R/T (1970)
---------------------
Type: US Street Muscle
Class: C 546
RWD
Speed: 5.6
Handling: 5.0
Acceleration: 7.3
Launch: 6.3
Braking: 5.9

Challenger SRT8 392 (2012)
--------------------------
Type: Modern Muscle
Class: A 746
RWD
Speed: 7.0
Handling: 6.5
Acceleration: 7.9
Launch: 7.5
Braking: 7.7

Charger R/T (1969)
------------------
Type: US Street Muscle
Class: C 537
RWD
Speed: 5.2
Handling: 5.0
Acceleration: 7.2
Launch: 6.6
Braking: 5.8

Charger SRT8 (2012)
-------------------
Type: Modern Muscle
Class: A 721
RWD
Speed: 7.1
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 7.7
Launch: 7.5
Braking: 7.5

Dart HEMI Super Stock (1968)
----------------------------
Type: US Street Muscle
Class: C 569
RWD
Speed: 4.6
Handling: 5.0
Acceleration: 7.6
Launch: 6.6
Braking: 5.9

===========
DONKERVOORT
===========
D8 GT0 (2013)
-------------
Type: Extreme Track Toys
Class: S1 861
RWD
Speed: 6.1
Handling: 7.7
Acceleration: 8.9
Launch: 8.6
Braking: 9.6

=======
FERRARI
=======
250 California (1957)
---------------------
Type: Rare Classics
Class: D 500
RWD
Speed: 5.6
Handling: 4.9
Acceleration: 7.2
Launch: 6.4
Braking: 5.9

250 GTO (1962)
--------------
Type: Classic Racers
Class: B 658
RWD
Speed: 6.5
Handling: 6.0
Acceleration: 7.6
Launch: 6.7
Braking: 6.7

250 Testa Rossa (1957)
----------------------
Type: Classic Racers
Class: B 643
RWD
Speed: 6.4
Handling: 5.9
Acceleration: 7.6
Launch: 7.0
Braking: 6.6

330 P4 (1967)
-------------
Type: Classic Racers
Class: A 767
RWD
Speed: 7.5
Handling: 6.2
Acceleration: 8.5
Launch: 8.1
Braking: 6.9

430 Scuderia (2007)
-------------------
Type: Modern Supercars
Class: S1 870
RWD
Speed: 7.9
Handling: 7.3
Acceleration: 8.7
Launch: 8.6
Braking: 8.9

458 Italia (2009)
-----------------
Type: Modern Supercars
Class: S1 897
RWD
Speed: 8.0
Handling: 7.4
Acceleration: 8.9
Launch: 8.6
Braking: 9.0

Challenge Stradale (2003)
-------------------------
Type: Modern Supercars
Class: S1
RWD
Speed: 7.2
Handing: 7.9
Acceleration: 8.3
Launch: 9.0
Braking: 9.7
NOTE: This car is obtained by natural progression through the Forza Horizon 2 
story.

Dino 246 GT (1969)
------------------
Type: Rare Classics
Class: D 459
RWD
Speed: 5.4
Handling: 5.2
Acceleration: 6.5
Launch: 6.2
Braking: 6.1

Enzo Ferrari (2002)
-------------------
Type: Hypercars
Class: S2 935
RWD
Speed: 8.1
Handling: 8.3
Acceleration: 9.1
Launch: 9.1
Braking: 10

F355 Berlinetta (1994)
----------------------
Type: Retro Supercars
Class: A 720
RWD
Speed: 7.0
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 7.7
Launch: 7.8
Braking: 7.5

F40 (1987)
----------
Type: Retro Supercars
Class: S1 822
RWD
Speed: 7.5
Handling: 7.1
Acceleration: 8.6
Launch: 8.6
Braking: 8.4

F50 (1995)
----------
Type: Retro Supercars
Class: S1 835
RWD
Speed: 7.6
Handling: 7.5
Acceleration: 8.8
Launch: 8.6
Braking: 9.1

GTO (1984)
----------
Type: Retro Supercars
Class: A 754
RWD
Speed: 6.9
Handling: 6.8
Acceleration: 8.1
Launch: 8.1
Braking: 8.0
NOTE: This is one of the Barn Find cars.

LaFerrari (2013)
----------------
Type: Hypercars
Class: S2 998
RWD
Speed: 8.3
Handling: 8.8
Acceleration: 9.6
Launch: 9.3
Braking: 10

====
FORD
====
Capri RS3100 (1973)
-------------------
Type: Cult Classics
Class: D 449
RWD
Speed: 4.9
Handling: 5.2
Acceleration: 6.4
Launch: 6.8
Braking: 6.1

Escort RS1800 (1977)
--------------------
Type: Classic Rally
Class: D 413
RWD
Speed: 4.4
Handling: 5.6
Acceleration: 5.8
Launch: 6.5
Braking: 6.4

Escort RS Cosworth (1992)
-------------------------
Type: 90s Rally
Class: C 561
AWD
Speed: 5.3
Handling: 6.2
Acceleration: 6.5
Launch: 7.4
Braking: 7.4

F-100 (1956)
------------
Type: Cult Classics
Class: D 285
RWD
Speed: 3.9
Handling: 4.6
Acceleration: 5.4
Launch: 5.8
Braking: 5.6

F-150 SVT Raptor (2011)
-----------------------
Type: Extreme Offroad
Class: C 514
AWD
Speed: 5.5
Handling: 5.7
Acceleration: 6.2
Launch: 6.9
Braking: 6.8

Fiesta ST (2014)
----------------
Type: Modern Rally
Class: B 602
RWD
Speed: 5.4
Handling: 6.3
Acceleration: 6.7
Launch: 6.8
Braking: 7.6

Focus RS (2003)
---------------
Type: Modern Rally
Class: B 630
FWD
Speed: 5.3
Handling: 6.3
Acceleration: 7.1
Launch: 7.1
Braking: 7.6

Focus RS (2009)
---------------
Type: Super Hot Hatch
Class: B 690
FWD
Class: 5.8
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 7.5
Launch: 7.2
Braking: 7.6

Focus ST (2013)
---------------
Type: Super Hot Hatch
Class: B 651
FWD
Speed: 5.8
Handling: 6.3
Acceleration: 7.0
Launch: 7.0
Braking: 7.5

GT (2005)
---------
Type: Modern Supercars
Class: S1 824
RWD
Speed: 8.0
Handling: 7.3
Acceleration: 8.5
Launch: 8.0
Braking: 8.8

GT40 Mk II (1966)
-----------------
Type: Classic Racers
Class: A 769
RWD
Speed: 7.3
Handling: 6.3
Acceleration: 8.5
Launch: 7.4
Braking: 7.1

Mustang Boss 302 (1969)
-----------------------
Type: American Racers
Class: C 534
RWD
Speed: 5.7
Handling: 5.4
Acceleration: 7.0
Launch: 6.2
Braking: 6.3

Mustang GT (2015)
-----------------
Type: Modern Muscle
Class: A 749
RWD
Speed: 6.6
Handling: 6.5
Acceleration: 8.2
Launch: 7.8
Braking: 7.8

RS200 Evolution (1985)
----------------------
Type: Group B Monsters
Class: S1 819
AWD
Speed: 5.6
Handling: 7.1
Acceleration: 9.0
Launch: 9.4
Braking: 8.8

Shelby GT500 (2013)
-------------------
Type: Modern Muscle
Class: S1 809
RWD
Speed: 7.5
Handling: 7.0
Acceleration: 8.4
Launch: 7.6
Braking: 8.5

Sierra Cosworth RS500 (1987)
----------------------------
Type: Retro Saloons
Class: B 618
RWD
Speed: 5.8
Handling: 6.2
Acceleration: 7.1
Launch: 7.5
Braking: 7.4

SVT Cobra R (1993)
------------------
Type: Retro Muscle
Class: C 563
RWD
Speed: 5.4
Handling: 6.1
Acceleration: 6.7
Launch: 7.0
Braking: 7.2

SVT Cobra R (2000)
------------------
Type: Retro Muscle
Class: B 690
RWD
Speed: 6.7
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 7.6
Launch: 7.2
Braking: 7.5

Transit SuperSportVan (2011)
----------------------------
Type: Cult Classics
Class: D 412
RWD
Speed: 4.6
Handling: 5.9
Acceleration: 5.1
Launch: 5.4
Braking: 6.7

=========
HENNESSEY
=========
Venom GT (2012)
---------------
Type: Hypercars
Class: S2 992
RWD
Speed: 10
Handling: 8.3
Acceleration: 9.4
Launch: 9.1
Braking: 10

=====
HONDA
=====
Civic CRX Mugen (1984)
----------------------
Type: Retro Hot Hatch
Class: D 471
RWD
Speed: 4.7
Handling: 6.1
Acceleration: 6.3
Launch: 5.7
Braking: 7.1

Civic Type R (1997)
-------------------
Type: Hot Hatch
Class: C 551
FWD
Speed: 5.6
Handling: 5.9
Acceleration: 6.6
Launch: 6.9
Braking: 7.0

Civic Type-R (2004)
-------------------
Type: Hot Hatch
Class: C 571
FWD
Speed: 5.6
Handling: 5.8
Acceleration: 6.9
Launch: 6.7
Braking: 6.6

NSX-R (1992)
------------
Type: JDM Icons
Class: B 671
RWD
Speed: 6.4
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 7.5
Launch: 8.0
Braking: 7.4

S2000 CR (2009)
---------------
Type: Track Toys
Class: C 598
RWD
Speed: 5.8
Handling: 6.1
Acceleration: 6.9
Launch: 7.5
Braking: 6.9

======
HUMMER
======
H1 Alpha (2006)
---------------
Type: Offroad
Class: D 360
AWD
Speed: 4.3
Handling: 5.8
Acceleration: 4.6
Launch: 4.7
Braking: 6.8

=======
HYUNDAI
=======
Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track (2013)
------------------------------
Type: Sports Cars
Class: A 707
RWD
Speed: 6.7
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 7.7
Launch: 7.3
Braking: 7.5

Veloster Turbo (2013)
---------------------
Type: Hot Hatch
Class: C 570
FWD
Speed: 5.4
Handling: 6.3
Acceleration: 6.4
Launch: 6.7
Braking: 7.4

======
JAGUAR
======
D-Type (1956)
-------------
Type: Classic Racers
Class: B 618
RWD
Speed: 5.8
Handling: 5.7
Acceleration: 7.5
Launch: 6.5
Braking: 6.5

E-type S1 (1961)
----------------
Type: Rare Classics
Class: D 472
RWD
Speed: 5.3
Handling: 5.0
Acceleration: 6.3
Launch: 7.0
Braking: 5.9

XK120 SE (1954)
---------------
Type: Rare Classics
Class: D 434
RWD
Speed: 5.0
Handling: 4.8
Acceleration: 6.3
Launch: 6.8
Braking: 5.8
NOTE: This is one of the Barn Find vehicles.

XKR-S (2012)
------------
Type: GT Cars
Class: A 787
RWD
Speed: 7.7
Handling: 6.7
Acceleration: 8.2
Launch: 7.8
Braking: 7.9

====
JEEP
====
Willys MB (1945)
----------------
Type: Offroad
Class: D 125
AWD
Speed: 3.0
Handling: 4.8
Acceleration: 3.0
Launch: 4.1
Braking: 5.9
NOTE: This is one of the Barn Find vehicles.

Wrangler Rubicon (2012)
-----------------------
Type: Offroad
Class: D 499
AWD
Speed: 4.8
Handling: 5.8
Acceleration: 6.1
Launch: 6.8
Braking: 6.7

==========
KOENIGSEGG
==========
Agera (2011)
------------
Type: Hypercars
Class: S2 984
RWD
Speed: 9.8
Handling: 8.3
Acceleration: 9.4
Launch: 9.0
Braking: 10

===
KTM
===
X-Bow R (2013)
--------------
Type: Extreme Track Toys
Class: S1 841
RWD
Speed: 5.3
Handling: 8.5
Acceleration: 8.8
Launch: 9.0
Braking: 10

===========
LAMBORGHINI
===========
Aventador LP700-4 (2012)
------------------------
Type: Hypercars
Class: S2 941
AWD
Speed: 8.7
Handling: 8.0
Acceleration: 9.3
Launch: 10
Braking: 9.7

Countach LP5000 QV (1988)
-------------------------
Type: Retro Supercars
Class: A 725
RWD
Speed: 7.2
Handling: 6.6
Acceleration: 8.0
Launch: 7.6
Braking: 7.6

Diablo SV (1997)
----------------
Type: Retro Supercars
Class: A 794
RWD
Speed: 7.9
Handling: 6.9
Acceleration: 8.5
Launch: 8.4
Braking: 8.1

Huracan LP 610-4 (2014)
-----------------------
Type: Modern Supercars
Class: S1 896
AWD
Speed: 8.0
Handling: 7.4
Acceleration: 9.0
Launch: 10
Braking: 9.0

Murcielago LP 670-4 SV (2010)
-----------------------------
Type: Modern Supercars
Class: S1 871
AWD
Speed: 7.9
Handling: 7.5
Acceleration: 8.6
Launch: 8.4
Braking: 9.0

Urus (2012)
-----------
Type: Sports Utility Heroes
Class: A 786
AWD
Speed: 7.1
Handling: 7.1
Acceleration: 7.9
Launch: 8.6
Braking: 8.7

Veneno (2013)
-------------
Type: Hypercars
Class: S2 960
AWD
Speed: 7.9
Handling: 9.0
Acceleration: 9.3
Launch: 10
Braking: 10

======
LANCIA
======
037 Stradale (1982)
-------------------
Type: Group B Monsters
Class: B 603
RWD
Speed: 5.3
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 6.9
Launch: 7.6
Braking: 7.7

Delta HF Integrale EVO (1992)
-----------------------------
Type: 90s Rally
Class: C 583
AWD
Speed: 5.0
Handling: 6.1
Acceleration: 6.8
Launch: 7.7
Braking: 7.4

Delta S4 (1986)
---------------
Type: Group B Monsters
Class: B 651
AWD
Speed: 5.1
Handling: 6.0
Acceleration: 7.5
Launch: 8.5
Braking: 7.4

Fulvia Coupe' Rallye 1.6 HF (1968)
----------------------------------
Type: Classic Rally
Class: D 500
FWD
Speed: 4.6
Handling: 5.8
Acceleration: 6.8
Launch: 7.0
Braking: 6.9

Stratos HF Stradale (1974)
--------------------------
Type: Classic Rally
Class: C 568
RWD
Speed: 5.3
Handling: 6.0
Acceleration: 7.1
Launch: 7.7
Braking: 6.8

==========
LAND ROVER
==========
Defender 90 (1997)
------------------
Type: Offroad
Class: D 394
AWD
Speed: 3.9
Handling: 6.0
Acceleration: 5.2
Launch: 5.4
Braking: 6.8

=====
LEXUS
=====
GS350 F Sport (2013)
--------------------
Type: Super Saloons
Class: A 705
AWD
Speed: 7.0
Handling: 6.8
Acceleration: 7.0
Launch: 8.0
Braking: 8.1

LFA (2010)
----------
Type: Modern Supercars
Class: S1 838
RWD
Speed: 7.4
Handling: 7.3
Acceleration: 8.5
Launch: 8.3
Braking: 8.8

============
LOCAL MOTORS
============
Rally Fighter (2014)
--------------------
Type: Extreme Offroad
Class: A 728
RWD
Speed: 6.1
Handling: 6.3
Acceleration: 8.0
Launch: 7.7
Braking: 7.6

=====
LOTUS
=====
2-Eleven (2009)
---------------
Type: Extreme Track Toys
Class: S1 824
RWD
Speed: 5.6
Handling: 8.4
Acceleration: 8.5
Launch: 9.2
Braking: 10

Eleven (1956)
-------------
Type: Rare Classics
Class: D 413
RWD
Speed: 5.0
Handling: 5.2
Acceleration: 6.6
Launch: 6.4
Braking: 6.1

Exige S (2012)
--------------
Type: Extreme Track Toys
Class: A 766
RWD
Speed: 6.6
Handling: 7.1
Acceleration: 8.0
Launch: 8.8
Braking: 8.7

========
MASERATI
========
Gran Turismo S (2010)
---------------------
Type: GT Cars
Class: A 723
RWD
Speed: 7.1
Handling: 6.7
Acceleration: 7.3
Launch: 8.0
Braking: 7.8

MC12 (2004)
-----------
Type: Hypercars
Class: S2 912
RWD
Speed: 7.6
Handling: 8.5
Acceleration: 8.8
Launch: 9.3
Braking: 10

=====
MAZDA
=====
MX-5 (2013)
-----------
Type: Track Toys
Class: C 535
RWD
Speed: 5.3
Handling: 6.0
Acceleration: 6.6
Launch: 6.9
Braking: 6.8

MX-5 Miata (1994)
-----------------
Type: JDM Icons
Class: D 442
RWD
Speed: 4.7
Handling: 6.0
Acceleration: 5.8
Launch: 6.2
Braking: 6.7

RX-7 (1997)
-----------
Type: JDM Icons
Class: B 658
RWD
Speed: 6.8
Handling: 6.2
Acceleration: 7.2
Launch: 7.6
Braking: 7.2

RX-8 R3 (2011)
--------------
Type: JDM Icons
Class: B 622
RWD
Speed: 5.9
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 6.8
Launch: 7.4
Braking: 7.5

=======
MCLAREN
=======
12C (2011)
----------
Type: Modern Supercars
Class: S1 900
RWD
Speed: 7.9
Handling: 7.4
Acceleration: 9.0
Launch: 8.6
Braking: 9.0

F1 (1993)
---------
Type: Retro Supercars
Class: S1 874
RWD
Speed: 9.1
Handling: 7.4
Acceleration: 9.0
Launch: 8.8
Braking: 8.8

=============
MERCEDES-BENZ
=============
190E 2.5-16 Evolution II (1990)
-------------------------------
Type: Retro Saloons
Class: B 616
RWD
Speed: 6.0
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 6.9
Launch: 7.5
Braking: 7.6

A 45 AMG (2013)
---------------
Type: Super Hot Hatch
Class: B 700
AWD
Speed: 6.9
Handling: 6.2
Acceleration: 7.6
Launch: 9.0
Braking: 7.3

C 63 AMG Coupe Black Series (2012)
----------------------------------
Type: Super Saloons
Class: A 800
RWD
Speed: 7.9
Handling: 7.0
Acceleration: 8.3
Launch: 7.8
Braking: 8.4

E 63 AMG (2013)
---------------
Type: Super Saloons
Class: A 793
AWD
Speed: 8.0
Handling: 6.6
Acceleration: 8.3
Launch: 9.7
Braking: 7.8

G 65 AMG (2013)
---------------
Type: Sports Utility Heroes
Class: B 671
AWD
Speed: 6.1
Handling: 5.9
Acceleration: 7.5
Launch: 8.9
Braking: 6.8

SL 65 AMG Black Series (2009)
-----------------------------
Type: Super GT
Class: S1 828
RWD
Speed: 8.0
Handling: 6.9
Acceleration: 8.6
Launch: 8.0
Braking: 8.2

SLK 55 AMG (2012)
-----------------
Type: Sports Cars
Class: A 729
RWD
Speed: 7.5
Handling: 6.2
Acceleration: 8.0
Launch: 7.8
Braking: 7.3

SLR (2005)
----------
Type: Super GT
Class: S1 841
RWD
Speed: 8.1
Handling: 7.2
Acceleration: 8.6
Launch: 8.1
Braking: 8.7

SLS AMG (2011)
--------------
Type: Super GT
Class: S1 848
RWD
Speed: 7.9
Handling: 7.1
Acceleration: 8.7
Launch: 8.4
Braking: 8.7

=======
MERCURY
=======
Coupe (1949)
------------
Type: Cult Classics
Class: D 232
RWD
Speed: 3.6
Handling: 4.7
Acceleration: 4.7
Launch: 5.4
Braking: 5.8

====
MINI
====
Cooper S (1965)
---------------
Type: Classic Rally
Class: D 244
FWD
Speed: 3.7
Handling: 5.1
Acceleration: 5.4
Launch: 5.6
Braking: 6.3

John Cooper Works GP (2012)
---------------------------
Type: Hot Hatch
Class: B 634
FWD
Speed: 5.6
Handling: 6.2
Acceleration: 7.1
Launch: 7.0
Braking: 7.4

=================
MITSUBISHI MOTORS
=================
Lancer Evolution VI GSR (1999)
------------------------------
Type: 90s Rally
Class: B 652
AWD
Speed: 5.7
Handling: 6.2
Acceleration: 7.5
Launch: 8.6
Braking: 7.4

Lancer Evolution VIII MR (2004)
-------------------------------
Type: Modern Rally
Class: B 668
AWD
Speed: 6.0
Handling: 6.5
Acceleration: 7.2
Launch: 8.2
Braking: 7.8

Lancer Evolution X GSR (2008)
-----------------------------
Type: Modern Rally
Class: B 683
AWD
Speed: 5.8
Handling: 6.6
Acceleration: 7.1
Launch: 8.2
Braking: 7.9

======
NISSAN
======
240SX SE (1993)
---------------
Type: JDM Icons
Class: D 467
RWD
Speed: 5.2
Handling: 6.0
Acceleration: 5.7
Launch: 6.2
Braking: 7.0

370Z (2010)
-----------
Type: Sports Cars
Class: A 712
RWD
Speed: 6.8
Handling: 6.6
Acceleration: 7.5
Launch: 7.8
Braking: 7.8

Datsun 510 (1970)
-----------------
Type: Cult Classics
Class: D 254
RWD
Speed: 3.8
Handling: 4.7
Acceleration: 5.0
Launch: 5.4
Braking: 5.8

Fairlady Z 432 (1969)
---------------------
Type: Cult Classics
Class: D 414
RWD
Speed: 4.5
Handling: 5.3
Acceleration: 6.1
Launch: 6.6
Braking: 6.2

Fairlady Z Version S Twin Turbo (1994)
--------------------------------------
Type: JDM Icons
Class: B 608
RWD
Speed: 6.2
Handling: 6.1
Acceleration: 6.9
Launch: 7.3
Braking: 7.1

GT-R Black Edition (2012)
-------------------------
Type: Modern Supercars
Class: S1 869
AWD
Speed: 7.8
Handling: 7.3
Acceleration: 8.5
Launch: 10
Braking: 8.6

Silvia CLUB K's (1992)
----------------------
Type: JDM Icons
Class: C 533
RWD
Speed: 5.6
Handling: 5.9
Acceleration: 6.5
Launch: 6.8
Braking: 6.6

Silvia Spec-R (2000)
--------------------
Type: JDM Icons
Class: B 629
RWD
Speed: 6.0
Handling: 6.3
Acceleration: 7.0
Launch: 7.6
Braking: 7.4

Skyline 2000GT-R (1971)
-----------------------
Type: Cult Classics
Class: D 406
RWD
Speed: 4.9
Handling: 4.9
Acceleration: 6.3
Launch: 6.5
Braking: 5.8

Skyline GT-R V-Spec (1993)
--------------------------
Type: JDM Icons
Class: B 661
AWD
Speed: 5.9
Handling: 6.5
Acceleration: 7.1
Launch: 7.7
Braking: 7.7

Skyline GT-R V-Spec II (2002)
-----------------------------
Type: JDM Icons
Class: B 687
AWD
Speed: 6.3
Handling: 6.7
Acceleration: 7.3
Launch: 8.1
Braking: 7.9

================
NOBLE AUTOMOTIVE
================
M600 (2010)
-----------
Type: Hypercars
Class: S2 942
RWD
Speed: 8.8
Handling: 8.5
Acceleration: 9.3
Launch: 9.4
Braking: 10

==========
OLDSMOBILE
==========
Hurst/Olds 442 (1968)
---------------------
Type: US Street Muscle
Class: C 529
RWD
Speed: 5.1
Handling: 5.0
Acceleration: 7.0
Launch: 6.3
Braking: 5.9

======
PAGANI
======
Huayra (2012)
-------------
Type: Hypercars
Class: S2 967
RWD
Speed: 8.8
Handling: 8.3
Acceleration: 9.3
Launch: 9.0
Braking: 10

Zonda Cinque Roadster (2009)
----------------------------
Type: Hypercars
Class: S2 937
RWD
Speed: 7.6
Handling: 8.2
Acceleration: 9.0
Launch: 8.5
Braking: 10

========
PLYMOUTH
========
Cuda 426 HEMI (1971)
--------------------
Type: American Racers
Class: C 546
RWD
Speed: 5.8
Handling: 5.0
Acceleration: 7.3
Launch: 6.3
Braking: 5.8

=======
PONTIAC
=======
Firebird Trans Am (1977)
------------------------
Type: American Racers
Class: D 444
RWD
Speed: 5.3
Handling: 5.4
Acceleration: 6.0
Launch: 6.1
Braking: 6.1

Firebird Trans Am GTA (1987)
----------------------------
Type: Retro Muscle
Class: C 514
RWD
Speed: 5.6
Handling: 6.0
Acceleration: 6.1
Launch: 6.5
Braking: 6.7

Firebird Trans Am SD-455 (1973)
-------------------------------
Type: American Racers
Class: C 506
RWD
Speed: 5.7
Handling: 5.0
Acceleration: 7.1
Launch: 6.2
Braking: 5.8

GTO Judge (1969)
----------------
Type: US Street Muscle
Class: C 511
RWD
Speed: 5.0
Handling: 5.0
Acceleration: 7.2
Launch: 6.3
Braking: 5.8

===
RAM
===
Runner (2013)
-------------
Type: Extreme Offroad
Class: C 507
AWD
Speed: 5.7
Handling: 5.7
Acceleration: 6.2
Launch: 5.8
Braking: 6.8

=======
RENAULT
=======
5 Turbo (1980)
--------------
Type: Retro Hot Hatch
Class: D 496
RWD
Speed: 4.8
Handling: 5.5
Acceleration: 6.8
Launch: 7.6
Braking: 6.5

Alpine A110 1600S (1973)
------------------------
Type: Classic Rally
Class: D 426
RWD
Speed: 5.2
Handling: 5.1
Acceleration: 6.5
Launch: 7.1
Braking: 6.0
NOTE: This is the first Barn Finder car in the game.

Clio Williams (1993)
--------------------
Type: Retro Hot Hatch
Class: D 486
FWD
Speed: 4.9
Handling: 5.8
Acceleration: 6.3
Launch: 6.7
Braking: 6.9

Megane RS 250 (2010)
--------------------
Type: Super Hot Hatch
Class: B 668
FWD
Speed: 5.7
Handling: 6.8
Acceleration: 7.0
Launch: 7.3
Braking: 8.2

Sport Clio V6 (2003)
--------------------
Type: Super Hot Hatch
Class: B 618
RWD
Speed: 5.7
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 6.8
Launch: 7.4
Braking: 7.5

===
RUF
===
CTR2 (1995)
-----------
Type: Retro Supercars
Class: S1 840
RWD
Speed: 8.3
Handling: 7.1
Acceleration: 8.7
Launch: 9.3
Braking: 8.6

CTR Yellowbird (1987)
---------------------
Type: Retro Supercars
Class: S 857
RWD
Speed: 8.0
Handling: 6.8
Acceleration: 9.2
Launch: 9.0
Braking: 8.1

Rt 12 S (2011)
--------------
Type: Modern Supercars
Class: S1 887
RWD
Speed: 8.3
Handling: 7.2
Acceleration: 9.1
Launch: 9.1
Braking: 8.8

======
SHELBY
======
Cobra 427 S/C (1965)
--------------------
Type: Rare Classics
Class: B 694
RWD
Speed: 6.0
Handling: 5.6
Acceleration: 8.0
Launch: 7.1
Braking: 6.5

Cobra Daytona Coupe (1965)
--------------------------
Type: Classic Racers
Class: A 717
RWD
Speed: 6.9
Handling: 6.2
Acceleration: 8.0
Launch: 6.9
Braking: 6.9

===
SRT
===
Viper GTS (2013)
----------------
Type: Modern Muscle
Class: S1 857
RWD
Speed: 7.8
Handling: 7.4
Acceleration: 8.7
Launch: 8.4
Braking: 8.9

Viper GTS ACR (1999)
--------------------
Type: Retro Muscle
Class: A 745
RWD
Speed: 7.1
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 8.1
Launch: 7.9
Braking: 7.2

======
SUBARU
======
BRZ (2013)
----------
Type: Track Toys
Class: C 585
RWD
Speed: 5.9
Handling: 6.2
Acceleration: 6.7
Launch: 6.9
Braking: 7.3

Impreza 22B STi (1998)
---------------------
Type: 90s Rally
Clas: B 637
AWD
Speed: 5.8
Handling: 6.5
Acceleration: 7.1
Launch: 8.1
Braking: 7.8

Impreza WRX STI (2005)
----------------------
Type: Modern Rally
Class: B 674
AWD
Speed: 6.3
Handling: 6.6
Acceleration: 7.3
Launch: 8.5
Braking: 7.9

Impreza WRX STI (2008)
----------------------
Type: Modern Rally
Class: B 665
AWD
Speed: 5.8
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 7.2
Launch: 8.4
Braking: 7.6

WRX STI (2011)
--------------
Type: Modern Rally
Class: B 660
AWD
Speed: 6.2
Handling: 6.4
Acceleration: 7.1
Launch: 8.0
Braking: 7.6

=====
TESLA
=====
Model S (2014)
--------------
Type: Super Saloons
Class: A 746
RWD
Speed: 5.3
Handling: 6.6
Acceleration: 7.8
Launch: 7.9
Braking: 7.7

======
TOYOTA
======
Celica GT (1974)
----------------
Type: Cult Classics
Class: D 246
RWD
Speed: 3.9
Handling: 4.9
Acceleration: 4.8
Launch: 5.1
Braking: 5.9

Celica GT-Four ST205 (1994)
---------------------------
Type: 90s Rally
Class: C 568
AWD
Speed: 5.9
Handling: 6.1
Acceleration: 6.4
Launch: 7.1
Braking: 7.1

GT86 (2013)
-----------
Type: Track Toys
Class: C 585
RWD
Speed: 5.9
Handling: 6.2
Acceleration: 6.8
Launch: 6.9
Braking: 7.3

MR2 GT (1995)
-------------
Type: Track Toys
Class: C 588
RWD
Speed: 6.1
Handling: 5.9
Acceleration: 6.9
Launch: 7.7
Braking: 6.6

Sprinter Trueno GT Apex (1985)
------------------------------
Type: JDM Icons
Class: D 419
RWD
Speed: 4.6
Handling: 5.6
Acceleration: 5.8
Launch: 6.4
Braking: 6.4

Supra RZ (1998)
---------------
Type: JDM Icons
Class: B 690
RWD
Speed: 6.6
Handling: 6.5
Acceleration: 7.3
Launch: 7.7
Braking: 7.6

===
TVR
===
Sagaris (2005)
--------------
Type: Sports Cars
Class: A 774
RWD
Speed: 6.8
Handling: 6.8
Acceleration: 8.3
Launch: 7.6
Braking: 8.1

======
ULTIMA
======
GTR (2012)
----------
Type: Extreme Track Toys
Class: S2 973
RWD
Speed: 7.7
Handling: 8.5
Acceleration: 9.6
Launch: 9.5
Braking: 10

========
VAUXHALL
========
Astra VXR (2012)
----------------
Type: Super Hot Hatch
Class: B 684
FWD
Speed: 5.9
Handling: 6.7
Acceleration: 7.1
Launch: 7.1
Braking: 8.1

Corsa VXR (2009)
----------------
Type: Hot Hatch
Class: C 548
FWD
Speed: 5.1
Handling: 5.9
Acceleration: 6.7
Launch: 6.7
Braking: 7.1

==========
VOLKSWAGEN
==========
Beetle (1963)
-------------
Type: Cult Classics
Class: D 101
RWD
Speed: 3.0
Handling: 5.2
Acceleration: 3.0
Launch: 3.0
Braking: 6.3

Corrado VR6 (1995)
------------------
Type: Retro Hot Hatch
Class: D 500
FWD
Speed: 5.5
Handling: 5.7
Acceleration: 6.1
Launch: 6.3
Braking: 6.4

Golf GTi 16v Mk2 (1992)
-----------------------
Type: Retro Hot Hatch
Class: D 439
FWD
Speed: 4.7
Handling: 5.8
Acceleration: 5.7
Launch: 6.1
Braking: 6.5

Golf R (2010)
-------------
Type: Super Hot Hatch
Class: B 642
AWD
Speed: 6.0
Handling: 6.2
Acceleration: 7.1
Launch: 8.0
Braking: 7.4

Golf R32 (2003)
---------------
Type: Super Hot Hatch
Class: B 610
AWD
Speed: 5.8
Handling: 6.1
Acceleration: 6.9
Launch: 7.9
Braking: 7.1

Rabbit GTI (1984)
-----------------
Type: Retro Hot Hatch
Class: D 399
FWD
Speed: 4.2
Handling: 5.6
Acceleration: 5.7
Launch: 6.2
Braking: 6.4

Scirocco R (2011)
-----------------
Type: Super Hot Hatch
Class: B 661
FWD
Speed: 6.0
Handling: 6.3
Acceleration: 7.3
Launch: 7.2
Braking: 7.4

Scirocco S (1981)
-----------------
Type: Retro Hot Hatch
Class: D 318
FWD
Speed: 4.1
Handling: 5.1
Acceleration: 5.3
Launch: 5.7
Braking: 6.1

Type 2 De Luxe (1963)
---------------------
Type: Cult Classics
Class: D 100
RWD
Speed: 3.0
Handling: 4.8
Acceleration: 3.0
Launch: 3.0
Braking: 6.0
NOTE: This is one of the Barn Find vehicles.

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6. Online
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Forza Horizon 2 features robust online offerings. The Drivatars utilize the 
online in the game, but there is much more to see and do as well.

=====
ARENA
=====
When doing Online Free Roam, you can see the Arena icons, which are purple 
icons on the map. Go to these to then start one of two different possible 
match types:

Infected
King

=========
CAR MEETS
=========
Car Meets aren't accessible until you reach a certain point in the main story, 
which itself consists of the first 15 championships in the game.

When you unlock the Car Meets, you can go to any of them on the map. They are 
represented by a blue square icon and the letter P. When you reboot the 
game, you are often automatically placed into a Car Meet.

During Car Meets, you can choose to compete in races or just check out the 
cars of the other online players that have shown up.

================
ONLINE FREE ROAM
================
Free roaming, except online. This means that you will see other people driving 
around, and you can do things that you would do in solo free roam as well 
such as destroy boards, grind out skills for skill points, and the whole 
nine yards.

There are a ton of icons that will litter the map in online free roam mode. 
These all represent various activities that you can choose to participate in 
for rewards. It is much of the same content that you experience when playing 
solo, but with the added benefit of other players being around.

=================
ONLINE ROAD TRIPS
=================
Road Trips, except with live online people instead of Drivatars.

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7. Skills
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By completing skill moves, you earn skill points. These skill points can then 
be spent on purchasing new abilities for your driver that will improve various 
aspects about the game.

The way that purchasing a new skill works is that by purchasing a skill, 
represented by a single square on a grid full of skills, you will then unlock 
the right to purchase the other skills that surrounded the one you just 
bought.

Since a grid format is difficult to lay out for you in this guide, I am instead
going to list the skills by tiers. They are separated based on how much they 
cost to purchase.

1 POINT
-------
X Everywhere - Earn XP for skill chains
Drift Star - Drift skills increase by 10%
It's Not Easy Being Clean - Clean skills increase by 25%
Slipstream - Drafting skills increase by 10%
Street Racer - 25% more credits when winning head-to-head Drivatar races

2 POINTS
--------
Bribe Ride - Destination votes count for 2 in Online Road Trip
Clubbed Up - 10% more XP from Club Bonus
Daily Double - Double reward from Drivatar payouts
Ghost King - Ghost state lasts 2s longer when King
Hot Lapper - 10% more credits in Rival events
Immune System - Start a game of Infected with 15s ghost state
Profit Share - 25% more credits from Tuning and Paint downloads
Risk Taker - Near Miss Skill increases by 10%

3 POINTS
--------
Bounty Hunter - Drivatars worth extra credits are marked
Discount Parts - Permanent 10% discount on all parts
Hang On - Skill chain lasts 1s longer
Life in the Fast Lane - 10% increase in Event Finish XP
Most Wanted - 25% extra XP from Speed Traps and Zones when 150mph+
Paparazzi - Cars needed for Horizon Promo are marked
Show Off - 25% extra XP from skills in free roam
Skill Shortcut - Skill chains build 2x quicker

5 POINTS
--------
Bargain Hunter - Permanent 10% discount on all cars at the Autoshow
Fast Travel Anywhere - Fast travel where you want
It's A Lottery - Better prizes in Horizon Wheelspin
Skill Legend - Skill multipier can go to 6

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This is a list of all of the achievements that can be found in Forza Horizon 
2:

A Wild Dravatar Appears (10G) - Win 3 Head-to-Head Races against Drivatars 
with a Bounty on them
All Your Race Are Belong To Us 2.0 (50G) - Complete all 168 Championships
Bragging Rights (10G) - Beat Friends or Club members on any 20 Speed Cameras
Car Lover (20G) - Have 50 Cars in your Garage
Fast and Clean (10G) - Earn the Clean Racing Skill 100 times
First of Many (10G) - Win your first Championship race
Friends with Benefits (10G) - Earn a total of 1,000,000 Cr from Rivals
Gold Wristband (30G) - Obtain the Gold Wristband
Green Wristband (10G) - Obtain the Green Wristband
Horizon Champion (50G) - Become the Horizon Champion
Horizon Enthusiast (25G) - Complete 100 Championships
Horizon Fan (20G) - Complete 25 Championships
Horizon Leader (20G) - Choose where the Road Trip goes for the first time
Human GPS (10G) - Drive down every road in the game
Kick the Bucket (10G) - Scratch 15 items off your Solo Bucket List
License to Skill (10G) - Earn 5 Skill Points
Loyal (25G) - Earn 500,000 XP for your Club
Multi-Disciplined (10G) - Win an Event in every type of car
Number One (10G) - Win a Championship
On the Road Again (10G) - Complete an Online Road Trip location
One Down! (10G) - Complete a Solo Bucket List challenge
Photographer (20G) - Take photos of 100 different cars for Horizon Promo
Pink Wristband (20G) - Obtain the Pink Wristband
Purple Wristband (30G) - Obtain the Purple Wristband
Rain Master (10G0 - Complete your first race in the rain
Rest in Peace (20G) - Complete every Solo Bucket List Challenge
Smash Happy (20G) - Collect all Reward Boards
Social Butterfly (50G) - Compete in 200 Multiplayer Events
Social Caterpillar (10G) - Compete in 20 Multiplayer Events
Stone Cold Skiller (20G) - Earn 65 Skill Points
Storage Hunter (20G) - Restore 10 Barn Finds
Summer Sale (10G) - Smash 25 Reward Boards
Super Meet Boy (10G) - Grab a livery, grab a tuning setup, buy a car, and 
enter a Showdown at any Car Meet
Team Player (30G) - Win 50 Team Events
That New Car Smell (10G) - Buy your first car
The Train's in Vain (10G) - Beat the Train in Horizon Showcase Event
Wanderlust (10G) - Complete a Road Trip
We Meet Again! (20G) - Win a Showdown at every Car Meet
Welcome to Castelletto (25G) - Arrive at Castelletto for the first time
Welcome to Horizon Europe (10G) - Arrive at the Horizon Festival
Welcome to Montellino (25G) - Arrive at Montellino for the first time
Welcome to Nice (25G) - Arrive at Nice for the first time
Welcome to Saint-Martin (25G) - Arrive at Saint-Martin for the first time
Welcome to San Giovanni (25G) - Arrive at San Giovanni for the first time
Welcome to Sisteron (25G) - Arrive at Sisteron for the first time
Well Travelled (30G) - Complete 25 Online Road Trip locations
Worthy of a Sultan (40G) - Have 175 cars in your Garage
Yellow Wristband (10G) - Obtain the Yellow Wristband
Yes We Can (30G) - Complete 25 Bucket List items co-operatively
You Are Playground Games (40G) - Complete 100 Playground Games Events

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I hope this guide helped you complete Forza Horizon 2!

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