The Fury is Fusion vehicle in Crash of Cars.
As its name suggests, its presence floods the wrath wherever it passes.
Fury is a metallic-grey sports car with black-tinted windows. The engine is partially exposed with a single visible axle, a red transmission band, and a triple-nozzle bug catcher scoop, partially obstructing the windshield. Four integrated lights are evenly distributed on the concealed grille. The backside sinks slightly inside the vehicle, with two oddly-shaped rear lights. Its engine, rims and bumpers are all steel-colored. The hood and the sides have a total of 6 grooves sinking into the body. The wheel arches completely cover the wheels' topside.
Fury is a well-balanced vehicle, with decent health pool, acceleration and top speed. Thus, it is a great choice for semi-aggressive gameplay. While it's not so good at competition, hit-and-run tactics are still essential to play this car. However, the bad handing may prove to be a problem in some cases because the acceleration is too crazy that you may end up losing control.
Because of the high acceleration inherited from Sprint Car, getting stuck is not a problem as long as you get out quickly, this can resolve many awkward situations thanks to it's poor handling.
- The Fury is based on the 1970 Dodge Charger R/T.
- Its name refers to the Fast and Furious film franchise, where a same model was prominently used by Dominic "Dom" Toretto.
- Fury and Duke have similar vehicle models, due to both being the product of the same manufacturer and are made within a short time span.
- Fury is tied with the Sprint Car for the vehicles with the highest acceleration in the entire game.
- It is one of the few vehicles equipped with a bug catcher scoop.
Bugs and Glitches
- For some reason, most skins can affect the entire hull of this vehicle.
Changes in Updates
- The Fury was introduced in the 2017 Mansion Update.