8 Fastest Electric Cars in Forza Horizon 5, Ranked by Speed

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Not sure which electric cars to go for in FH5 and which ones are the fastest? Fret not, as this ranked list will talk about the 8 fastest electric cars you can currently buy and drive in Forza Horizon 5. These cars will have you on the edge of your seat every time you floor them.

We’ve covered cars that are readily available in the Auto Garage, as well as those that can only be bought via the Auction House. You’ll definitely find something that entices you in this list.

Prices for the cars bought via the Auction House fluctuate constantly and are quoted based on what we saw at the time of writing this guide.
All of these cars were tested on a regular highway, on relatively straight roads to avoid any downhill speedups.


BMW iX xDrive50 2022

BMW iX xDrive50 2022

Top Speed: 263mph~
Price: Rarely available in the Auction House.
Class: A

We kick things off with a crossover SUV that impresses with its AWD transmission and 516 bhp. The BMW iX xDrive50 packs a punch with its 2x electric motors and has a 0-60 in the 4.4-4.5 second range.

For such a big car, this crossover SUV has an impressive top speed of 263mph~ and handles well on corners. The brakes feel super responsive too. Good luck finding it though, as the car is not available in the Showroom and is rarely listed in the Auction House.

Here’s a guide covering the best off-road vehicles in Forza Horizon 5 if you intend to venture into the forests or mountains of Mexico.


Italdesign Davinci Concept 2019

Italdesign Davinci Concept 2019

Top Speed: 264mph~
Price: 150,000 CR – Requires the Italian Exotics Car Pack.
Class: S1

This all-electric grand tourer requires you to buy the Italian Exotics Car Pack in Forza Horizon 5. The Italdesign Davinci Concept has 2x electric motors that can spool up around 750 bhp.

It has a heavy frame (weighing roughly 2300kgs), but we were still able to push the Davinci Concept to around 264mph~ during our test run, and its grip was nothing short of impressive at such high speeds.


Audi RS e-tron GT 2021

Audi RS e-tron GT 2021

Top Speed: 271mph~
Price: 7,816,000 CR~ (Auction House)
Class: A

We’ll pretty much go through all major car types by the time this ranked list is over. Next up is the Audi RS e-tron GT 2021, an EV that can reach top speeds of 271mph and generates a mighty 637bhp.

All these electric cars will have you craving for some raw engine roars and crisp sounds. Here’s a list covering the best-sounding cars in Forza Horizon 5.

This Audi was available during the Series 12 playlist and can now only be bought via the Auction House for a hefty price. Who knows, the price might drop in the coming days.


Porsche Taycan Turbo S 2020

Porsche Taycan Turbo S 2020 - Forza Horizon 5 Fastest Electric Cars

Top Speed: 277mph~
Price: 34,000 CR – (Auction House)
Class: S1

The Porsche Taycan Turbo S is my personal favorite EV in Forza Horizon 5. This S1-Class saloon can be bought from the Auction House and the Auto Showroom at all times.

You are looking at an engine that has 2x AC Synchronous electric motors that can generate around 752bhp and push this beast to top speeds of around 277mph~. It has a very aerodynamic exterior to ensure that the car faces as little drag as possible at high speeds and further increase battery efficiency.

Looking for more cars in the same class that are worth your money in FH5? Check out our listicle, covering the best S1-Class cars in Forza Horizon 5.


Lucid Air Sapphire 2023

Lucid Air Sapphire 2023 Forza Horizon 5 Fastest Electric Cars

Top Speed: 279mph~
Price: Rarely available in the Auction House.
Class: S2

The Lucid Air Sapphire is another AWD luxury sedan that is not always available for purchase even through the Auction House. This car was available for players during the Series 27 (Winter) playlist as a season milestone.

This EV comes with 3x electric motors that can collectively generate around 1247bhp~ and push the car to top speeds of almost 279mph~.


Lotus Evija 2020

Lotus Evija 2020

Top Speed: 283mph~
Price: 2,500,000 CR
Class: S2

Lotus Evija pushes some impressive quarter-mile times, making it a viable option for competitive drag racing in FH5. We’ve also included this car in our list of the fastest drag-racing cars in FH5.

You can push this EV to a top speed of around 283mph~ and it can even become a fantastic S2-Class circuit race car. The brakes on the Evija are good enough to control the car at the high speeds you’ll be driving it at.


Rimac Nevera 2021

Rimac Nevera 2021 - Forza Horizon 5 Fastest Electric Cars

Top Speed: 287mph~
Price: 3,000,000 CR
Class: S2

According to our testing, Rimac Nevera is the second fastest electric car in Forza Horizon 5. This car can reach top speeds of around 287mph~ thanks to its 4x Liquid-cooled Permanent Magnet Synchronous Electric Motors. 1893bhp is no joke.

You can buy this super fast EV from the Auto Showroom for 2,000,000 CR or hunt for a better price by keeping track of the Auction House’s prices.


Rimac Concept Two 2019 – Fastest Electric Car in FH5

Rimac Concept Two 2019 - Forza Horizon 5 Fastest Electric Cars

Top Speed: 291mph~
Price: 2,000,000 CR
Class: S2

The Rimac Concept Two takes the crown as the fastest-electric car in FH5. We were able to push this car to a max speed of 291mph on the desert highway in FH5. And you’ll feel confident driving this car at that speed, thanks to how well-planted it feels due to amazing weight distribution.

Concept Two has the same 4x Liquid-cooled Permanent Magnet Synchronous Electric Motors as the Nevera, and Rimac has engineered it to generate around 1887bhp~. The S2-Class segment has some crazy offerings this time around.

You can take a look at some of the best S2-Class cars in FH5 by following this link.

These were the 8 fastest electric cars you can currently drive in Forza Horizon 5. We’ve also covered a list of the 8 overall fastest cars in FH5 if you are interested. Head over to our website and check out the rest of our Forza coverage if you found this guide helpful.

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