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"With its slinky curves, an integrated spoiler and unique oval windows, the unconventional Deora II makes for a stylish and sleek upgrade over its original 1960s counterpart, which was based on a 1960s Ford station wagon. As one of the original sixteen Hot Wheels cars that debuted in 1968, the Deora remains a favorite of Hot Wheels enthusiasts across the world and in honor of Hot Wheels’ 35th anniversary in 2003, a full-scale concept car was created in homage to the groundbreaking spirit of bold originality embodied in the Deora. Hot Wheels teamed up with automotive designer Chip Foose and Five Axis to bring the car to life, which is when it was also inducted into the Hot Wheels Hall of Fame at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, CA. With over 400 horsepower and a top speed of 150mph, the Deora II features a custom hand-built cab forward body designed by its creator Nathan Proch, and takes cues from the 1996 Ford Taurus station wagon. Its electric linear actuator opens the front door for access in or out of its futuristic interior, while the two surfboards harken back to the original car, which for a 2021 retooling were molded into the bodywork. It also has custom 24-inch wheels with Firestone tires, and you see that tonneau cover? It lifts to reveal a supercharged Cadillac Northstar engine, the savvy innerworkings that keep this Deora II rolling along without interruption."
—Official description[1]

The 2000 Hot Wheels Deora II, abbreviated as "Hot Wheels Deora", is a rear-engine, rear-wheel drive fictional custom pickup developed by Hot Wheels.

It is featured in Forza Horizon 5 as part of the Forza Horizon 5: Hot Wheels expansion.

Synopsis[]

The Deora II is a modernized take on the Deora custom car designed by Harry Bradley and built by the Alexander brothers, Mike and Larry.

Designed by Nathan Proch, it was originally introduced as a Hot Wheels model in 2000; a highly popular model among collectors, it has been featured prominently in various forms of Hot Wheels media.

Due to its popularity, a full-sized model was constructed by Chip Foose in 2003 and shown off at SEMA that year. Powered by a Cadillac Northstar V8, the car is fully functional; it is currently in Hot Wheels' "Garage of Legends" and often appears at events organized by Hot Wheels.

Statistics[]

Icon Game ForzaHorizon5
Speed 6.5
Handling 6.8
Accel 6.4
Launch 6.2
Braking 5.4
Offroad 4.3
A 800
Required DLC:
Availability
Autoshow:
Can be purchased from the Autoshow for 500,000 CR after completing associated mission
Hot Wheels:
Complete the "Here We Pro" mission
Wheelspin:
Can not be won from a Wheelspin or Super Wheelspin
Auction House:
Can be purchased or bid on through an Auction House listing
Performance & Car Type
Car Type:
Rods and Customs
Value: 500,000 CR
Rarity:
Legendary
Speed:
Top Speed: 181.6 mph  (292.2 km/h)
Acceleration:
0-60 mph (0-97 km/h): 6.227 secs.
0-100 mph (0-161 km/h): 15.200 secs.
Braking:
60-0 mph (97-0 km/h): 111.3 ft (33.9 m)
100-0 mph (161-0 km/h): 274.3 ft (83.6 m)
Lateral Gs:
60 mph (97 km/h): 1.09 g
120 mph (193 km/h): 1.14 g

Conversions[]

Icon Engine Conversion - Engine
Icon Game ForzaHorizon5 5.2L V8 DSC (Stock), 6.7L V8T Diesel, 8.4L V10, 7.7L V12, 8.9L V8 DSC
Icon Drivetrain Conversion - Drivetrain
Icon Game ForzaHorizon5 RWD Drivetrain (Stock), AWD Drivetrain
Icon Aspiration Conversion - Aspiration
Icon Game ForzaHorizon5 5.2L V8 DSC (Stock): Positive-displacement Supercharger (Stock), Twin Turbo

6.7L V8T Diesel: Single Turbo (Stock)
8.4L V10: Naturally Aspirated (Stock), Twin Turbo, Positive-displacement Supercharger, Centrifugal Supercharger
7.7L V12: Naturally Aspirated (Stock), Twin Turbo
8.9L V8 DSC: Positive-displacement Supercharger (Stock)

Gallery[]

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References[]

  1. "Blast off to Forza Horizon 5: Hot Wheels on July 19!" . forzamotorsport.net . Retrieved 06-12-2022.
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