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|Vehicle in Just Cause 3|
|List of owners||Civilians|
|Top speed (km/h)||240|
|Top speed (mph)||~149.1|
The Windhund 4 is a car in Just Cause 3.
It's a small two-door hatchback. Considering it's classified as a sports car, it may be a "hot hatch", similar to or inspired by the Mk. 6/Mk. 7 Volkswagen Golf R and GTi and the Ford Focus ST/RS. The overall design takes inspiration from the third-generation Renault Clio RS and the Citroën DS3 Racing.
It either has very thin tires, or the walls of the tires are painted to match the rims.
This vehicle is fitted with a small displacement, high-revving engine, typical of cars of this type in real life. As a result, it is somewhat down on power compared to some other sports cars available in the game. However, its front wheel drive layout gives it excellent handling, allowing it to take corners much more smoothly and at higher speeds than other sports cars, even though front wheel drive cars in real life usually suffer from over-steer. Its high ground clearance also gives it moderate off road capability, with a downside of easily rolling over pumps or in collisions. Altogether this makes it one of the ultimate track cars, as its tight handling helps it quickly get around corners, while it doesn't lose speed as it's decently powerful, and also has high ground clearance as mentioned above, where other sports cars would get caught on bumps, over-steer with power, and understeer at speed and be overall much less agile.
- Regno - by the gas station.
- In normal traffic.
- It may be one of the cars that Rico leans against when the game is started.
- Provided for one car Race.
- Provided for one of the Crash bomb events.
- 'Windhund' means 'Greyhound' in German.
- Autostraad's logo can be found on the car, indicating the vehicle is in fact one of their products.
- Oddly, it is one of two FWD cars in Just Cause 3, the other being the Stria Infimo S.