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Mugello Raffinati Vitesse
JC3 Mugello Raffinati Vitesse Red
Vehicle in Just Cause 3
Type Sports car
Weapons None
Rarity Uncommon
List of owners Mario, Civilians, Teo and Annika
Top speed (km/h) 171 (211 with Nitrous II)
Top speed (mph) ~106

The Mugello Raffinati Vitesse is a sports car in Just Cause 3.


It's a two seater 1960s sports car. Its design takes influence from the Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta and Mercedes-Benz 300SL, as well as the egg-basket grille of the Volvo P1800S. It also bears a small resemblance to the Aston Martin DB5, the most iconic James Bond spy-car. Tied with the Fire-starter trailer this is considered an easter-egg to James Bond movies.

The car is powered by a triple-carburated V12 engine. It has double wishbone suspension and disc brakes.

The Rebel drop description says "The Raffinati Vitesse's elegant exterior belies the best raw power the 1960s could offer, with top speeds exceeding 170 km/h and handling to match."

A leaked pre-launch description said "Vintage sports car. The elegant exterior belies the best raw power the 1960s could offer. This Vitesse edition was the top of the line model."


The rebel drop description claims that this car "exceeds 170 km/h". For a car of this era and type, it's slower than average, but makes sense considering the age. The car can even reach up to 211 km/h with nitrous. Its top speed is slower than some basic cars, and has wobbly suspension with little grip, making this car more about the looks and sounds than performance, although in its time it would have probably been one of the top performing road cars.



  • As voted by fans, this car has the third best engine sound of all JC3 cars.
  • Terms like classic car and vintage car have different definitions in different countries and are relative.
  • It's made by the fictional company Mugello.
  • "Raffinati" means "refined" in Italian, along with "Vitesse" meaning "speed" in French, so the name translates to "Mugello Refined Speed".
  • This was the first vehicle seen in a trailer for Just Cause 3, and strangely it was seen in a silver colour which isn't actually seen in game, resembling a colour the Mercedes 300SL would come in.
  • Mario asks Rico to help restore Mario's car after the events of Just Cause 3.


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