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|Vehicle in Just Cause 2|
|List of owners||Civilians|
Colonel Lee Seng Sen
|Top Speed (km/h)||178|
|Top Speed (mph)||110.6|
|The following statistics are from the official strategy guide.|
The Titus ZJ is a sports car in Just Cause 2.
It looks like it may have been based on the TVR Tuscan Speed 6 and the Ford GT.
It has 3 versions:
- Titus ZJ - Metal roof.
- Titus ZJ Cabriolet - Convertible roof in the down (open) position.
- Titus ZJ Soft Top - Convertible roof in the up (closed) position. This is also the rarest variant.
As a high performance sports car, the Titus ZJ has excellent acceleration, speed and on-road handling. Armour and off-road handling, however, are very poor. Off-road, it tends to fishtail, making it a bad choice for off-road races. It also tends to lose stability on bumpy roads, like the tarmac road leading behind Colonel Lee Seng Sen's mansion. It is very easy to drive around Panau at moderate speeds but when you want to be an adrenaline junkie, avoid sudden turns and bumps in the road. The Titus is probably in the top 3 cars for drifting, with a very stable start, a smooth slide and finally a nice exit to allow new drifters to practice with some ease.
As it is fast though, the Titus can outrun most pursuers and catch up with fleeing targets with minimal effort. However, that doesn't mean that it will be a sturdy car in close pursuits. It will be able to sustain a few magazines of submachine gun fire but after that it will soon start to show signs of engine damage. Unless you can outmaneuver and speed away from your assailants quickly before they can get speed, don't use this for pursuits.
- X:9735; Y:12720 - Panau International Airport, Ramai Rakyat Islands - On the display at the main entrance on a podium.
- X:7590 Y:24310 - Next to a Gas Station. Any version of the Titus can spawn here.
- X:6700; Y:25730 - Behind Colonel Lee Seng Sen's mansion, Lautan Lama Desert.
- Behind the mansion in Tasik Permata, in the Lautan Lama Desert.
- X:3905; Y:21810 - In the Lautan Lama Desert behind a gas station next to a long road, a short distance southwest of Pulau Dayang Terlena military airport.
- X:11246; Y:4180 - A race track that spawns two Titus ZJs in any variant.
- 2 to 4 spawn at the Bandar Selekeh race track, just outside the Panau International Airport in the Ramai Raykat islands. They are hard to catch as they are racing at full speed. These cars can be of all 3 versions.
- Behind a large house at X:4390; Y:22210. Any version of the Titus can spawn here.
- There are Pandak "Baby" Panay Statues on hilltops, around Panau City. The cars can often be found at parking lots next to the statues.
- At the end of the Race, 'Panau International', one spawns to the left of the runway. It comes in all colors and versions. This was presumably added to make up for the car that you just drove into the ocean at the end of the race, unless you slowed down and coasted across the finish line.
- Near a Pandak Panay statue at X: 3506; Y: 14593. It is is most likely that any version of the Titus ZJ can spawn here.
- One rarely spawns at the end of the northeast airstrip at Panau International Airport. This car may be a reward for completing the Panau International race
- One is often found at the small town ( unmarked ) south of the residential district X:3650; Y:16105.
- Can be provided for the race at X:4564; Y:15415.
- Small village north of the residential district X:3509; Y:14603.
- A lot of fun can be had at the Bandar Selekeh race track, by shooting the racing cars tires causing them to flip and roll. Due to the Titus ZJ's poor durability against firearms, only a pistol is needed to burst the tires.
- According to the engine sound, it's a supercharged V8 engine.
- The rims resemble those from a Chevrolet Corvette Z06.
- In one of the loading images for Just Cause 2, Rico can be seen pulling down a Baby Panay statue with a light blue convertible that very closely resembles a Titus ZJ Cabriolet. The odd thing about this picture is that it shows the car having a steering wheel on the right side while all in-game cars have their steering wheels on the left. Thers two theories for this. The first is that the developers may have been planning to make all or some cars right hand sided like in Britain or India, but then this idea was dropped. The second theory is that the image is probably mirrored.