The Insetta is the last car in the Race Class. It's so fast that only the high end street cars can outrun it.
Insetta is extremely fast, being able to reach 290 km/h (174 mp/h). It accelerates from 0 to 100 in about 3.4 seconds. It is the 5th fastest car in the game after the Bullet GT, Road King, Speedevil, Terrator and Sunray.It is driven by Lei Bing in FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage.
It's front-wheel drive and is pretty subsceptible to understeer, being a bit hard to handle. However it's high strength makes it survivable after a serious crash. This car is a "downgraded" (although a lot faster) variant of the Insetta Sport from the Street Class. Even though the is easier to handle, it's extremely slower than the race class counterpart. In Flatout 2, the Insetta is a decent racing car for its tier (comparing with other high-end Street-class cars), and a very good derby contender to boot due to its decent low-speed handling and very high strength.
The Insetta has changed significantly in Flatout: Ultimate Carnage. The Insetta has been given a cleaner striped paintjob, black rims and a carbon fibre rear spoiler and front splitter. It has become much lighter, and for some reason much more delicate (in fact its strength seems to be the opposite to what it had been in Flatout 2). Its lighter weight has given the Insetta better acceleration and agility. This change has made the Insetta more competitive in its own tier (high-end street-class cars). However its main weakness is its strength. It can be easily pushed around and it is extremely fragile, making it a very poor derby contender. Drivers should take care not to get into too many pile-ups as the Insetta cannot withstand more than 3 serious crashes (in FO:UC).
Flatout 2 eraEdit
The Insetta from the Flatout 2 era has notable changes such as different colour and wheels. No AI driver drove this vehicle in that game.
- It it resembles a Peugeot 405 Mi16 with heavily tuned front and a Mitsubishi Evo VII bodykit.
- Ingame the Insetta is powered by a modern eletronic injection engine.