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La Vita Crab
Crabby
"The fast car"

Debut

Need For Madness

Boss Car of

None

Class

C

Best Trait

Racing

Availability

Available at start

Creator

Omar Waly

Main Paint Color

Purple

Tier List Ranking

  • Racing: 8
  • Wasting: 13
La Vita Crab in a Nutshell

Engine:

6.1 liter V12

Tires:

Yokoyama Sports Soft Tires

Weight Distribution:

55-45

Drivability:

Easy

Bottom Line:

Drive hard and drive fast in this Lambo, and leave the competition in the dust!

La Vite Crab (or La Vita Crab in Need For Madness 2) is a starter car that has appeared in all of the Need For Madness Games so far.

OverviewEdit

Pros Cons
  • Fast in terms of speed
  • Can send
    cars flying
  • Moderate handling
  • Decent Rollspins
  • 4th fastest car in the game, tied with High Rider and Drifter X.
  • Poor Power Save
  • Abysmal Loops
  • Low Endurance
  • Cannot waste
    Class B cars properly
  • Can get wasted in a few
    hits by Class A Cars
  • Easily can be sent flying
  • Easily loses to faster cars
    in a fair
    race

La Vita Crab is a relatively fast car that is available from the start, with good handling and racing. It can take a moderate beating, unlike its more squishy counterpart Formula 7, but is not that strong. It is small and low and has a purple/blue paint job.

Being fast and nimble, it can escape dangerous situations and shrug off waste attempts easily, being pulled down only by its low endurance and aerial control. Because of its traits, it is a very powerful duelist amongst other Class C Cars, but fails against its more powerful 'sister' cars such as Mighty Eight. La Vita Crab, with its terrible base health, is easily mowed down by cars like MASHEEN and EL KING. La Vita Crab also has the ability to send cars flying, making it slightly angled towards wasting.

Strategies Edit

The AI of La Vita Crab is differated in each stage, but generally they are as follows:

  • When Provoked, it often turns aggressive.
  • If it is badly damaged it will go for the hoop, sometimes passing a Checkpoint first.
  • If it is trying to go for the hoop and a car tries to intercept it, La Vita Crab will swerve away and resume for the checkpoint.

TriviaEdit

  • La Vite Crab is a blend of French and English, which could be translated to "The Fast Car" or, more accurately, 'The Quickly Crab' which will come up in an actual translator. This is similar to EL KING being a blend of Spanish and English, translating to "The King".
  • La Vite Crab is its name in Need For Madness, but in Need For Madness 2 it is renamed to La Vita Crab, losing the translation. However, La Vita Crab can be translated to "The Life of a Car" or "The Lively Car", a blend of French and Spanish.
  • In the original Need For Madness game, La Vite Crab had a higher Top Speed than Radical One. This was changed in its sequel with the addition of Mighty Eight.
  • La Vita represents a Lamborghini Aventador LP-700-4 in real life but mostly resembles the Ford GT40 or the Honda HSC Concept, or possibly the Lamborghini Reventon
  • When Omar Waly was making Need for Madness 1, there was a car similar to La Vite Crab but was shown in its beta phase. Omar has released an image before NFM1 was released, and currently the picture is only seen by internet archives.
  • La Vita Crab is a suicidally aggressive car as an AI, known for doing the Kamikaze into the Big 3.
  • La Vita Crab is abbreviated in NFMM as LVC.

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