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The Inferno is a fast and reliable civilian car that is featured in Mercenaries 2: World in Flames.
The Inferno can be found in normal condition, in very poor condition as a Junker, or restored and upgraded as the Racing Inferno. Both the normal Inferno and Junker Inferno are in rather poor condition with faded, peeling paint and some visible rust.
The Junker Inferno is slower and in worse condition. Also, the Junker variant has a radically different front end, having additional turn signal indicators, chrome mirrors, a gap in the hood for a missing scoop, no lip spoiler, a bumper (as opposed to the nose cone on other variants), a radically different grill, and more rectangular single headlights (as opposed to the other variants' more square, double headlights). In addition, it also has a different rear bumper and fewer tail lights. All this indicates that it is probably an older model or lower trim level. Alternatively or in addition to this, it may have been repaired with parts from a different car, given the differences in appearance, and the different color of the front end on the Junker variant.
The Racing Inferno, however, is upgraded with a better engine, and has been fully restored with a "00" decal on each door. The downside to the Racing Inferno is it is found only in pink, and belongs to Fiona, who will accost you for taking it when you enter, and will accost you further if it gets destroyed and fine you $10.0K to buy a new one. The Junker variant and regular Inferno are both very common and can be found driving around cities and the Maracaibo Coast Highway. However, the Racing variant can only be found parked outside the PMC HQ or in the Sports Car drop available for purchase from the Pirates.
The Racing Inferno is driven in one of Eva's racing missions. It is a timed race and due to its weak armor, speed must be matched with technique to finish in one piece.