|Cost||Won (All's Well That Ends Well)|
- Unlocked at the end of the game, this car doesn't live up to the hard effort you put into your career, since it's basically a tad better than the Stratospheric.
- It has that classic 50's muscle car look like the Scorpion, but that's where the similarities end. While the Deathgrin has higher acceleration marks than the Scorpion, it's slower getting up to speed.
- Turns a bit stiff like the Stratospheric, and wants to corner/hug minor asphalt twisties. However, unlike the Stratospheric, a quick tap of the handbrake will readily send it into a manageable drift to handle tighter corners.
- Dirt road performance is fairly drifty (as expected), but manageable as long as you anticipate the hair-pin turns.
- Off-road performance is forgiveable for getting back on the roads, but this is not the car to use for extended, off-road short-cuts.
- Looks like a 1960's Ford Galaxy souped up for street drag. The missing hood lets exhaust pipes protrude directly from the top of the engine. The missing front grill is replaced by a large bullbar. In-game, this gives it a bit of ramming power as it'll make short work of lighter obstacles in its path while keeping its course.