The Lunar Rover is Common vehicle in Crash of Cars.
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There are a total of 4 satellite receivers around the borders of the moon map. Players must crash their vehicles against the radars, within each crash, the radar rotates. They must be aligned in a specific order to call out the UFO lingering outside of the map. It is recommended that a slow, heavy vehicle is used for this to make it easier to do the last step.
The first radar is at the south-western side of the map.
The second radar can be found if the player goes north a little while sticking to the map border.
The third radar can be found at the south-eastern side of the map. If you cannot find it, then rotate the second radar until it points to the center of the map.
The fourth and final radar can be found if the player drives north again sticking to the boundaries.
The first must be pointed to second, second pointed to third, third pointed to fourth, and the final one pointed to the UFO.
If done correctly, there will be visible signal beams, and UFO will be dragged inside the map and emit a red scan beam.
Then, push the Not Doppler flag located in the center of the map to the UFO. Upon contact, the player is dragged into the UFO and the Lunar Rover drops down, suspended by an invisible beam.
The Lunar Rover can be used for both passive strategies and aggressive gameplay. The average stats, along with the decent handling, can be used to obtain health when low on health.
- It is the only hidden vehicle needed for obtaining another hidden vehicle.
- A sprite glitch may cause the Lunar Rover to spawn with wheels missing in the cut-scene.
- It is based off of the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) used on the American Apollo missions to the moon that was used to transport equipment and collect samples. The vehicle remains on moon today.
Bugs and Glitches
- Lunar Rover's model may have missing wheels in the cut scene.
Changes in Updates
- The Lunar Rover was introduced in the Castle Update.