The Horizon is Rare vehicle in Crash of Cars.
Stylish, sleek, modern, and guaranteed to please.
Horizon can be unlocked by playing a private match with 3 players in single session. Only the host will unlock the vehicle after the game is completed normally.
The Horizon is versatile vehicle. Despite the wide profile, it has excellent overall performance. This makes it a decent offensive vehicle in many situations.
- It is the only upcoming vehicle that was never added to the Prize Machines in later updates nor obtainable via Gems. As the Mine Update was released along with Private Matches, it can be presumed that Not Doppler wants to promote the new feature in particular, evident on how it is required to obtain the vehicle itself.
- It is likely inspired by the Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R but the in-game vehicle appears to resemble on the 5th generation Ford Mustang.
- Although its real life counterpart is noticeably smaller than most of American muscle cars, the Horizon had a considerably larger body than said cars. For example, the Duke (based on 1969 Dodge Charger) had a length of 5.2 m, while the Nissan Skyline R34 had a length of 4.6 m and a more accurate size presentation would be at the same size as the Phoenix (based on a 4.6 m Ferrari F12).
- Its name might be a reference to the Forza Horizon series, which is a spinoff to the main Forza series.
- It is the only vehicle so far that has appeared as a logo of a game mode multiple times.
- It and the Muscle are featured in cover of Private Match mode.
- It and a red Griffinelli are featured in cover of Team Death Match mode.
Changes in Updates
- The Horizon was introduced in the Mine Update as an Upcoming Vehicle.