Dec 11, 2021 – v5.4.3
Adds new Series and Car Pass vehicles and Forza Horizon 5 tuning calculator refinements based on your feedback. Highlights include changes to tires and alignment in some cases, plus more dynamic RWD differentials. Look for footnotes on the tuning results screen to better explain which upgrades are required for each tune. There was also a fix for a damper bug on lightweight street tunes, and diff adjustment on rally, truck and buggy tunes. Another big thank you to everyone who provided feedback since the Forza Horizon 5 launch. Note: this version will NOT affect saved tunes as originally planned. See here for more details on the upcoming v5.5 update.
Nov 27, 2021 – v5.4.2
Recent updates torque down the bolts on the new FH5 tuning engine. Get better handling with street, rally, off-road and buggy tunes – even gearing tunes see a few updates, and rally results are now in range (5.4.2). Thank you to Forza racers Dan, Stephen, Steve, Chad, d0x and Marcus for the feedback. Keep it coming since there’s always room for improvement. And remember everyone, please back up your saved tunes before the Dec. 10th update.
Nov 23, 2021 – v5.4.1
Get better handling in FH5 with street, rally, off-road and buggy tunes – even gearing tunes see updates. Thank you to Forza racers Dan, Stephen, Steve, Chad, d0x and others for the feedback. Keep it coming since there’s always room for improvement. And please remember to back up your saved tunes before the Dec. 10th update.
Nov 11, 2021 – v5.3.2
This update adds remaining barn find vehicles. This also includes an important change for rally tunes on vehicles with rally suspension upgrades. The new FH5 tuning formulas make sure the softer spring values are within range.
Nov 8, 2021 – v5.3.1
This update adds the remaining Car Pass vehicles and a few others like the new Lotus Evija, plus a few changes for FH5 tuning.
Nov 5, 2021 – v5.3.0
Looking for a Forza Horizon 5 tuning calculator? ForzaTune Pro now includes FH5 vehicles and will be receiving regular updates to address any tuning differences for the latest Forza Horizon. Please send feedback via the support link in the menu. This version also brings an easier way to enter your power band for gear tuning, along with refined AWD/FWD tire pressures and damping.
Jun 4, 2021 – v5.2.3
Adds the Saleen S1 so you can tune all Series 36 vehicles in Forza Horizon 4. This update also includes a few improvements to vehicle database (T100 Welcome Pack, Mini X-RAID, Gladiator). Did you know ForzaTune Pro uses about 10,000 vehicle data points to build its tunes? Thanks for the continued support and feedback to make the app simple, quick and accurate.
May 7, 2021 – v5.2.2
Adds new Series 35 vehicles like the 928 GTS, Gladiator and DS 23. This version also includes a fix for drift tune customization, and several updates to vehicle info.
Apr 15, 2021 – v5.2.1
Now you can create tunes for new Series 34 vehicles. This version also includes some spring cleaning: moving several Gymkhana cars under “Hoonigan” instead of “Ford,” vehicle database updates, and small changes to menu options. Thank you, everyone, for the continued support and feedback. Be sure to check out the new Horizon 4 tuning tutorials on the ForzaTune YouTube channel.
Mar 11, 2021 – v5.2.0
Now you can create tunes for Series 33 vehicles and the Hot Wheels Legends Car Pack. Also includes a fix for gearing and suspension tuning on large trucks like the Iron Knight, M-B Racing Truck and Unimog.
Feb 12, 2021 – v5.1.0
Adds Forza Horizon Series 32 vehicles including the 2020 GT500 and 2012 Shelby 1000. Also includes damper value improvement for FH4 tuning. Updates are made possible by support and feedback from racers like you. Thank you!
Jan 31, 2021 – v5.0.0
Announcing ForzaTune Pro version 5.0 – carve corners, rip across dirt roads, slalom through forests, hold drifts and more with greater confidence. Also includes the new C8 Corvette in Forza Horizon 4.
Note: with any tuning formula updates (major version changes) it’s a good idea to check/reset any tune customizations on your saved tunes. The 5.0 formulas refresh almost every tuning mode, but have the most changes for AWD, FWD, mid- or rear-engine RWD, rally, off-road, trucks and buggies. There are also small updates to drift and drag racing modes.
Dec 22, 2020 – v4.1.0
Adds Series 30 vehicles for Forza Horizon 4 tuning. New save feature allows you to update/overwrite existing tunes.
Friendly Reminder: Tune data is stored on your device and should remain after updates. But it’s not guaranteed and you will want to create regular backups if you store a large number of tunes. Data Backup can be found in the ForzaTune menu and only takes a few seconds.
Nov 25, 2020 – v4.0.5
Adds the remaining Series 29 cars including the AMG Hammer and Porsche 911 Reimagined by Singer. You’ll also see an improved experience when making tune customizations – thanks everyone for the suggestions!
Oct 15, 2020 – v4.0.4
This marks the 37th content update for ForzaTune Pro (wow!) and includes new Series 27 and 28 vehicles for Forza Horizon 4.
Sep 9, 2020 – v4.0.3
Forza Horizon 4 tuning update to include the latest Series 26 vehicles. If you missed the summer release note, ForzaTune 7 is now ForzaTune Pro.
Jul 11, 2020 – v4.0.2
Adds Series 24 cars for Forza Horizon 4 tuning. If you missed the last release note, ForzaTune Pro is the new name for the original ForzaTune 7. Enjoy!
Jul 3, 2020 – v4.0.1
ForzaTune 7 is now ForzaTune Pro. This update also includes Series 23 vehicles for Forza Horizon 4 tuning. Other improvements include better track settings for Nürburgring and the Grand Prix circuit, minor adjustment to alignment settings, and improved ride height instructions.
May 18, 2020 – v3.4.1
Create tunes for the latest Series 22 vehicles in Horizon 4, send feedback on specific tunes, and get more consistent ride height results. This update also adds example values to make it easier for new users, and fixes the link to the online racing school in menu. iOS users will also see better support for numeric keypad. Thanks everyone for the continued support!
Apr 9, 2020 – v3.4.0
Enjoy several highly-requested features plus tuning for Series 21 cars. First, the big one…you can now backup your tunes, and even share tunes with friends.
Also included in this update: renaming your tunes, two decimals for tire pressures in Bar, separate weight and speed units (e.g. kilograms with miles per hour), explanations added to tune adjustment screen, new menu layout and redesigned display for the saved tune screen. If you have any questions or spot any bugs with these new features please reach out here. Thanks for the continued suggestions and support, everyone!
Mar 13, 2020 – v3.3.12
Adds tuning support for Series 20 vehicles in Forza Horizon 4 along with a few user interface updates.
Feb 19, 2020 – v3.3.11
Adds tuning support for new Series 19 vehicles in Forza Horizon 4 including the Lexus LFA and more. Also includes small update to menu items.
Jan 19, 2020 – v3.3.10
Adds tuning support for Series 18 vehicles in Forza Horizon 4.
Dec 12, 2019 – v3.3.9
Adds tuning support for the Supra, new Renaults and other Series 17 cars in Forza Horizon 4.
Nov 22, 2019 – v3.3.8
Excited about the Ferrari 488 Pista and other Series 16 vehicles? This update has you covered – we’ll also be gearing up for Toyota’s return to Forza in December!
Nov 1, 2019 – v3.3.7
There was an update last week to support Forza Horizon 4 Series 14 and 15 vehicles including the Bugatti Divo, McLaren 720S Spider, Rossion Q1 and more.
Aug 29, 2019 – v3.3.6
Your favorite Forza Horizon 4 tuning guide and calculator gets the new Porsche vehicles in Series 13. They include the 356 SL Gmünd Coupe, 917 LH, Cayman GTS, and more. Also adds support for the Italdesign Zerouno.
Aug 7, 2019 – v3.3.5
Adds 2019 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport for Forza Motorsport 7.
Aug 7, 2019 – v3.3.4
Now supports vehicles through Series 12 in Forza Horizon 4 including the Ranger Raptor, Wrangler DD, E350 D, Impala SS, CCX, 12C, Lego 911, DBS Superleggera, Vanquish Zagato plus beta support for the Top Gear Trucks. Also improves tunes for several previous vehicles.
Jun 29, 2019 – v3.3.3
This update adds tuning support for a new season reward car, the 2019 Rimac C_Two. You can also create tunes for the Lego Speed Champion cars including the Mini, F40 and Senna. You’ll be surprised how well these cars can handle – even if they are made out of bricks!
Older Release Notes
v3.3.2 – Cars, cars and more cars. This update brings new Forza 7 cars including Indy, the latest Forza Horizon series rewards vehicles, and a few others to round out the lineup. And when you post a top 10 or top 50 leaderboard time be sure to email a screenshot. You could be the next racer featured on the ForzaTune blog. Fame and glory await you!
v3.3.1 – Tune the new RTR Mustangs in Forza Motorsport 7 along with all the Series 7 reward cars in Forza Horizon 4.
v3.3.0 – Better braking performance with smarter brake balance suggestions. Don’t worry if the new values look odd when tuning for Forza Horizon 4. The game has a bug that reverses front and rear (weird, right?). As always send an email if you have any questions.
This also fixes an issue with Android users losing tunes with v3.2.1 – this update will restore previously created tunes. Unfortunately, any tunes created in the 48 hours between version 3.2.1 and 3.3.0 will need to be re-entered.
v3.2.1 – This update will allow you to tune the newest vehicles in Forza Horizon 4 and Forza Motorsport 7 including:
• 2018 Audi #1 Audi Sport RS 3 LMS
• 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport Barrett-Jackson Edition
• 1975 Ford Bronco Barrett-Jackson Edition
• 1932 Ford Roadster ‘Hula Girl’
• 1932 Ford Custom ‘Double Down’
• 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible Barrett-Jackson Edition
• 1959 Plymouth Atomic Punk Bubbletop
• 1963 Shelby Monaco King Cobra
• 2005 Honda NSX-R GT
• 2019 Porsche Carrera S
• 1993 Porsche 968 Turbo S
• 2011 DS Auto DS3 Racing
• 1929 Mercedes-Benz Super Sport Kurz Barker Roadster
• 1968 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback
• 1966 Hillman Imp
• 1963 Opel Kadett A
• 1965 Ford Transit
You will see a few small updates to the user interface as well.
v3.2.0 – Expands your Forza Horizon 4 tuning options with support for these new Car Pass vehicles:
- 2018 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE
- 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
- 2018 Morgan Aero GT
- 1970 Triumph TR6 PI
- 2017 Ferrari GTC4Lusso
- 1972 Lamborghini Jarama S
- 1966 Volkswagen Double Cab Pick-up
- 1938 MG TA Midget
- 1986 Hoonigan Ford RS200 Evolution
- 2010 Mosler MT900S
You will also see improvements to the standard, drift and drag tuning results along with some more helpful messages related to gear tuning. These changes are based on driver feedback so thanks to everyone for the continued support. If you have any questions or suggestions please send an email to make it easier for us to discuss — and if you want to share how ForzaTune has helped you feel free to leave a review. Thank you!
v3.1.3 – If you are venturing to Fortune Island or driving the latest spotlight car in Forza 7 this update has you covered. Now you can create custom tunes for every car in Forza 7 and Horizon 4 including the latest DLC:
- 2019 Lamborghini Urus
- 2018 BMW M5
- 2017 Ram 1500 Rebel TRX Concept
- 2002 Koenigsegg CC8S
- 2018 Exomotive Exocet Off-Road
- 2012 Lamborghini Aventador J
- 2010 Saleen S5S Raptor
- 1953 Morris Minor Series II Traveler
- 2018 Funco Motorsports F9
- 2015 Hoonigan GYMKHANA 8 Ford Fiesta ST RX43
- 2019 BMW #1 M Motorsport M8 GTE
Have a question? Send an email for direct support. Want to brag a little? Please leave a review or send an email to share your experience!
v3.1.2 – This latest version includes the Series 3 vehicles from Horizon 4 and more.
Have a question? Send an email for direct support. Want to brag a little? Please leave a review and share your experience!
v3.1.1 – Whether you are tuning in Forza Motorsport 7 or tuning in Forza Horizon 4 you will be ready for the fun, mostly crazy Hot Wheels vehicles. This update also adds the 1973 Porsche #6 Penske Sunoco 917/30 Can-Am Spyder spotlight car.
The complete list includes Hot Wheels editions of: Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1, Chevrolet Camaro Super Sport Coupe, Volkswagen Beetle, Rip Rod, and Ford Mustang plus some updates to the Bone Shaker and Twin Mill.
As always if you have feedback please send an email. Enjoy!
v3.1.0 – The updates for Forza Horizon 4 keep coming with new Car Pass additions, improved tune results, and a few squashed bugs. New cars include:
- 2008 BMW Z4 M Coupe
- 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio
- 2018 Can-Am Maverick X RS Turbo R
- 2018 Ford Mustang GT DeBerti Design
- 1991 Hoonigan Gymkhana 10 Ford Escort Cosworth Group A
- 1977 Hoonigan Gymkhana 10 Ford F-150 ‘Hoonitruck’
- 1965 Hoonigan Ford Hoonicorn Mustang V2
- 2011 Hot Wheels Bone Shaker
- 1969 Hot Wheels Twin Mill
- 2012 Lamborghini Gallardo LP570-4 Spyder Performante
- 2010 Vauxhall Insignia VXR
- 2004 Vauxhall VX220 Turbo
- 2015 Honda Civic Type R
Dirt and off-road tunes have slightly softer dampers. Rain tunes are now an option when tuning for FH4. If you were experiencing a blank list when viewing tunes that is now fixed too.
v3.0.0 – This version tightens up Forza Horizon 4 tuning and adds the latest Car Pass vehicles. Now you can select street, dirt/snow, and off-road driving surfaces. New tune types better match the FH4 suspensions like race, drift, and rally. We even handle buggies and off-road trucks that are stock adjustable. Street tunes are firmer and more responsive at speed. And we can’t forget our first love of this Forza generation: Forza Motorsport 7 gets tuning support for the Merkur XR4Ti race car and the Lamborghini Diablo GTR. Enjoy!
v2.1.0 – Now you’ll see the right class label (B, A, S1, S2, etc) when creating a tune for Forza Horizon 4. There are also improvements for drift tunes on cars that were heavier, or less powerful.
v2.0.0 – Cars. So many cars! This version includes a big update to include all current cars in Forza Horizon 4 plus a few recent spotlight cars from Forza 7.
What about aero? Well, for the first time in a tuning calculator you get downforce recommendations specific to each track in Forza 7. This is easier and more realistic than other approaches.
Drifting in Forza 7 and Horizon 4? Updated drift formulas are here. They better match the new drift suspension upgrade and deliver smoother drift control. This is thanks to a new drifting physics model that was months in the making. Many tires died to bring us this information.
v1.2.0 – Create tunes for the July Top Gear car pack and two new Porsches including:
– 1958 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Veloce
– 2018 Exomotive Exocet Sport V8 XP-5
– 2017 Ferrari 812 Superfast
– 2018 KTM #22 True Racing X-Bow GT4
– 2018 McLaren 720S
– 1964 Porsche 904 Carrera GTS
– 2017 Vuhl 055RR
– 1971 Porsche 917/20 “Pink Pig”
– 2019 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
This update also fixes a small bug in the gearing section when entering redline values greater than 10,000 rpm. Thanks to everyone for the emails and feedback so far. The response from the Forza community has been great.
v1.1.0 – The latest version of ForzaTune 7 now includes:
+ Better feedback about unsaved or changed tune information as you move through the app.
+ Minor drift and rain tunes updates.
+ The addition of the 1982 Ford #6 Zakspeed Roush Mustang IMSA GT and 1997 Honda Civic Type-R Forza Edition.
+ A few other usability improvements.
+ And for our more experienced tuners, you now have the ability to adjust ride stiffness and roll stiffness separately.
v1.0.4 – A few small changes under the hood, and improved drag racing formulas.
v1.0.1 – Adds support for new 2018 Honda Civic Type R. Fixes issue for users on iOS9. Improves gear tuning interface.
As always, if you have any questions or suggestions please reach out.