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Malice. Real old-school muscle car.

Malice is the second car in the Derby Class in FlatOut 2 and FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage.

The Malice is the fastest of the 3 starter-cars, with average durability, but the worst acceleration of all available cars. Due to its low weight it doesn't deal well with crashes or derbies.

It's driven by Ray Carter.

The Malice resembles a couple of cars, 1969 Shelby GT500, 1968 Dodge Charger, 1967 Chevrolet Camaro, and possibly many more.

The Stunt Class variant of the Malice is the Nucleon.


In the earlier stages of FlatOut 2 , Malice had red worn-off stripes going over the sides, bonnet and hood. These are absent in the retail game.

FlatOut 2 era[]

Malice in Flatout 2

  • Class:Derby Class
  • Redline: 6.000 rpm
  • Type: Muscle Car
  • Capacity: 2 Door
  • Cost: 4000CR
  • Drive: RWD
  • 0-100 km/h............ 6,934 s
    0-160 km/h............ 14,167 s

Note: All measurements have been made on the Test Track, using automatic shifting,100% upgrades, full throttle as soon as the "Go" appears and no nitro. These values can vary on different surfaces, with manual shifting and different driving styles, as well as other upgrade settings.


FlatOut 2 Malice test

FlatOut 2 Malice test

Stock Performance[]

  • Top Speed: 1.6 (171 km/h)
  • Acceleration: 2.6 (4 Gears)
  • Handling: 7.8
  • Strength: 7.8
  • Weight: 2.2
  • Nitro: 1.6

Fully Performance[]


FlatOut 2 Malice race

Malice in FlatOut 2. Race

  • Top Speed: 2.4 (220 km/h)
  • Acceleration: 3.9 (4 Gears)
  • Handling: 8.8
  • Strength: 7.8
  • Weight: 2.6
  • Nitro: 2.7

FlatOut 2 Malice derby

Malice in FlatOut 2. Derby

FlatOut Ultimate Carnage era[]

Malice in FOUC

In FOUC Malice has been changed.

  • Top speed 4.6.
  • Acceleration 3.8.
  • Handling 7.8
  • Strength 8.6.
  • Weight 2.2
  • Nitro 2.6

Drive RWD


FOUC Malice race

Malice in FOUC. Race.


FOUC Malice derby

Malice in FOUC. Derby


FOUC Malice Time Trial.


  • The engine resembles a small block V8, longitudinally mounted. Also has a carburetor.