Mighty Eight
The Mighty Audi... and beyond


Need For Madness 2

Boss Car of

Need For Madness 2:



Best Trait





Omar Waly

Main Paint Color


Tier List Ranking

  • Racing: 2
  • Wasting: 7
  • Mighty Eight is a new car introduced in Need for Madness 2 and it is said to be the rival of Radical One and Formula 7.


Mighty Eight is very good for racing, as it can take some hard hits (besides those from the four strongest cars; EL KING, MASHEEN, DR Monstaa and arguably, Radical One) and keep going. Also, this car has one of the highest accelerations in the game. The car has a poor aerial control so this car has only mediocre stunts. Mighty Eight is said to be the only racer aside from Formula 7 that can beat Radical One without much difficulty in a race. Mighty Eight has a slightly faster top speed than Radical One, but has mediocre stunting.

Mighty Eight is unsuited for wasting; it is a weak car, and has difficulty in wasting even the lower cars. Oddly however, the AI of Mighty Eight is suicidally aggressive, often trying to waste large cars like those of the Big 3, and will perform suicidal flips.

Mighty Eight is ranked 2nd in the Racing Tier List for its fast capabilities, sharp handling, and the tendency to send opponents flying (often), and it can also take some damage from other cars, but that is not the best trait it has. Therefore, this car is mainly a Kamikaze Racer car.

Its handling is way more top notch than Dr. Monstaa. However, NEVER try a handling competition with Radical one because Radical One's handling is much better than Mighty Eight's. Mostly by the way it turns smoothly and can get out of dead ends with just one single turn, as well as getting out of trouble from fierce wasters. If you like a car that has nice, smooth handling then this Audi is your body (no pun intended).


This car first appears in Stage 9: Majestic Duty in Need for Madness 2, where the player unlocks EL KING in the stage before (Maximum Overfly). The stage itself is relatively easy with EL KING's superior wasting abilities. This has often attracted criticism to the stage, as the stage itself is not suited for a racer car, and that the track is extremely susceptible to Camping, thus ruining the point of Mighty Eight's appearance there.

Mighty Eight becomes the player's worst challenge in stage 16: Four Dimensional Vertigo, which its part in the stage is to beat the player to the finish. Mighty Eight is often wasted though due to this car's mediocre stunting AI, and the AI will not go to an electrified hoop in this stage. Though this car is quite suicidal, the AI is often known to finish the stage first (given that the car survives). It is thus advisable to either use Mighty Eight (or Radical One) for the stage's race. Note that in that stage, other cars will not try to waste Mighty Eight. They will focus on wasting the player.

Pros Cons
  • 2nd fastest car in
    the game
  • Can send cars
  • Has the best grip in the
    game (according to Java files)
  • Can waste any Class C
    car properly
  • Great Acceleration
  • Great car for evading
  • Very good handling
  • Good rollspins
  • One major hit causes car
    to be wasted or heavily
  • Can be thrown by
    faster cars easily
  • Poor Power Save


Weak spots of the Mighty Eight include the areas on the front and sides, where it can become heavily damaged if hit in those locations. Mighty Eight usually gets wasted when up against one of the Big 3, or if it hits a wall. This car's stunts are fair, but if Mighty Eight lands on the back, sides, or front, it can get heavily damaged. If you're landing on a slightly angled position, there's a chance of Mighty Eight flipping over and getting a bad landing. Also, because of its body shape and center rotating point, which is at the center-top, performing loops are not recommended, unless you go off a Giant Ramp. In Need for Madness Multiplayer, Mighty Eight is easily wasted by other Class A cars, as it has a reduced strength and all of the players have varying amounts of lag if on any wi-fi connection. 


  • The NFM2/NFMM car called Mighty Eight corresponds to the Audi R8 coupe 5.2 FSI Quattro(road version) ; a German supercar. The R8 is a two-seater, mid-engined, 5.2 liter V10 which churns out about 525 metric horsepower. This powerful engine enables the R8 to accelerate from 0-60mph in a mere 3.9 seconds!
  • Like Nimi, Mighty Eight's name is based on the car it's based on.
  • It is the second fastest car in Need For Madness 2, second only to Formula 7. Therefore, these two cars can have a great duel with one another!
  • Some people classify this car similar to Formula 7 because of its speed and lacked Strength, as well as having a number / numeral in its name.
  • Mighty Eight does NOT have the rear spoiler that extends in the game.
  • This car also does not have an Audi badge.
  • When you hack Need For Madness 2, in the models folder will be a file named audir8.rad. This is the Mighty Eight .rad file.
  • A lot of car editors made "tuned" versions of these cars, such as adding carbon hoods and a rear wing on the back. The stats on these cars seldom change, but with the new Car Maker out, people are changing the cars' stats, varying from simple speed increases to radical physic changing.
  • This car is an Audi



Ad blocker interference detected!

Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.