Forza Horizon 5 Twerkstallion RX-7 | How to Get

Forza Horizon 5 Twerkstallion

So many legendary cars have made their way into Forza Horizon 5. Car fanatics and Forza fans alike are going to be able to find everything they want in this game, and maybe even fall in love with a new car. And there are plenty of vehicles that you may have never heard about. For instance, the Mazda RX-7 Twerkstallion – a mainstay of the Forza franchise – should be on your watchlist. And yet, it is far from simple to get your hands on this incredible vehicle. So, how do you get it?

How to Get the Twerkstallion in Forza Horizon 5

Forza Horizon 5 Twerkstallion

In order to get the Hoonigan Twerkstallion, you’ll first need to get the 1990 Savanna RX-7. You can get this by completing the Super7 Eventlab “Three of a Kind” mission, which is just to complete the Super7 random achievements three times. You will have to spend 59 mastery points to build straight up the left side of the Savanna’s mastery tree. Reach the top to unlock the 1992 Hoonigan Mazda RX-7 Twerkstallion upgrade from the tree.

Because the car is unlocked via upgrade tree, we do not recommend purchasing a Savanna RX-7 from the auction house. It’s possible that a player may have already gotten the Twerkstallion from the Savanna. If that’s the case, you’re not going to have access to it.

59 skill points might sound like a lot, but all it takes is a few good tricks and you’ll already be in a good position. This is an investment, but it’s certainly worthwhile! This car is fast and effective with drifting.

Twerkstallion itself is a historical car, coming from Forza Horizon 3. Since this car is fairly difficult to get, it makes sense that it has a fairly good statline. Its best stat is Speed, with an 8.3. However, it still can ride with the best of them, and has a good all-around spread for drifting.


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Jason Toro

Jason Toro

Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.