Forza Horizon 4 is quite possibly my favorite game. The game is a beautiful mix of graphics, mechanics, and most importantly cars. Forza boasts of over 700 cars in its inventory and some of them are downright drool-worthy to look at. The game has become one of Xbox’s highest selling game and rightfully so. And why wouldn’t it be? You get to go behind the wheel of your favorite car and mash the throttle pedal as you leave behind smokey tire marks through the British countryside. There’s nothing better than going sideways. Speaking of sideways, the game has a host of cars that can satiate your thirst for a good old drift. But which is the Best Drift Car in Forza Horizon 4? Read below to find out more.
Best Drift Cars in Forza Horizon 4
10. Mazda Miata
Now yes, I am starting with possibly one of the lowest powered cars in the game, save for the Peel P50, but, hear me out. The Miata is more than just a cute face and is a decent starting base if you want to tune it. The car is a good learner car and is cheap so you can practice those long and smokey powerslides.
9. Toyota AE86 Trueno
This car has been immortalized in the Initial D series and is one of the stalwarts of this class. It is rightfully an icon and even if it is characteristically low on power it is still loads and loads of fun to throw around the bends.
8. Mazda RX-7
Another Initial D legend, the RX-7 is oodles of rotary fun. The spinning dorito engine makes all the right noises. And you don’t have to worry about those pesky apex seals here. Redline it all you want and you will still be able to drive it home.
7. Toyota Supra
We can’t seem to complete any list without a Toyota Supra. The car is a myth and a real-life cheat code. Seriously, just look at the amount of YouTube videos the thing has. Just take this car for a spin in FH4 and you will know exactly what I am talking about, trust me.
6. Nissan 350Z/370z
As much hate as these cars get they are actually pretty decent at all sorts of things. They form the middle ground in Nissan’s lineup but have a good balance of power on hand. Underrated and underappreciated.
5. Dodge Challenger Hellcat
Tons of power and torque. Twisty roads. Catch my drift? While this most certainly is a car for the quarter-mile, the dollops of horses on hand make it quite a bit a sideways machine.
4. Hoonigan Twerkstallion
This is by far the most eye-grabbing car on this list. Custom-built for drifting along with the candy red paint? This was built to shred tires.
3. Nissan Silvia/240SX
Drifting and Silvia are like synonymous terms. The car is everywhere in drift events worldwide and is so good that it will feature in this list again. Whenever someone says drift, we bet this car is one of the first images that pop up in their mind.
2. Matt Field’s Silvia
Matt Field’s Silvia is unique in the way that it has a Chevrolet LS engine in place of Nissan’s inline 4. This car is available as part of the Formula D pack that includes some of the series’ other cars as well. We had to include an LS swapped car because of how much the Forza drifting community loves this vehicle.
1. Hoonigan Hoonicorn – Best Drift Car in Forza Horizon 4
This is the poster boy of drift cars. An abomination that occurs when you inject gallons of race fuel into your blood system. It looks wild and shoots flames right from its hood. How sick is that! This is why Hoonigan Hoonicorn is the best drift car in FH4 according to us.
Some notable mentions:
- Vaughn Gittin Jr’s Mustang RTR
- Nissan GTR
- BMW M2