Hello everyone, I’m Broughy1322, and this video serves as an update to the Fastest Off-Road Vehicles video, where I show the best fully-upgraded off-road vehicles in terms of lap time. For all the information you need about this series, check the original Off-Road Vehicles video, but otherwise, let’s see where the new Caracara 4×4 falls into that list. And, I guess the thing that you can say about it is… It’s okay. You know, it’s alright, but it’s nothing special. It gets a lap time of 1:10.5, which—it’s not a quick time, overall for the Off-Roads class, in terms of what the Off-Roads class can do, but you have to take into account that, that’s actually quicker than a lot of the old Sports Classic cars that we used to race with. Things like the Monroe, the Coquette Classic, those kinds of vehicles. So, a 1:10 is actually a relatively respectable time for such a big bulky vehicle, it’s just that there’s so many other off-road vehicles in the class that are much quicker, and especially when you’re talking about the top vehicles in a racing situation for off-road vehicle races, the… Kamacho, the trophy trucks, things like that. This isn’t gonna touch them. It’s gonna be absolutely nowhere near. So, from an off-road race perspective, whether you’re, you know, doing an off-road vehicle race on a regular track, or you’re doing an off-road vehicle race off-road as well, it’s not gonna be, you know, anything—you’re not gonna want to choose this for a race. We’re seeing a comparison here between the two, obviously, the 4×4 and 6×6 version as well. It is quicker than the older version, the “regular version”, I guess you could say, the weaponized version, by about 2 seconds per lap. So, you know, it’s got that at least, but in terms of the other vehicles in the class, it’s not really gonna be anywhere. It does have an off-road traction loss value of 0.15, which is pretty respectable, so in an off-road situation, it’s gonna be, you know, competent. You’re gonna be able to drive off-road fairly well, but again, it’s not going to be—that doesn’t mean to say it’s going to be quick, it’s still gonna be pretty slow in comparison to other vehicles that it’s up against, specifically the Kamacho. Like I said previously, in previous videos, if you want to see all the other vehicles for the Off-Roads class or any other class in the game, feel free to check out the playlist. It contains so many videos, with every single vehicle in the entire game, tested for both lap time and for top speed. The links for that’s all in the description and the pinned comment. So if you want to know what the best coupé is, or the top five in SUVs, or the top five in off-road vehicles, It’s all there, it’s already done. So, like I said, I’ll also be retesting the advanced handling flag cars as soon as I can, but I wanted to focus on the new vehicles first, and then I’ll get set to the retesting of the previous vehicles, so, if you really can’t wait for videos about the advanced handling flag retesting, then feel free to become a member on YouTube or support me on Patreon. Those are two ways that you can get testing results early, so as soon as I’ve got those testing results done, I will be putting the lap times and top speeds of the retested vehicles—and I do this with all new vehicles as well— up on Patreon, or as a YouTube community post for members only as soon as the testing is done, whilst I’m waiting for footage to get out, and then I make the video after that. So, if you if you really need to know as quickly as possible, that’s the way to go. But, uh, yeah, hopefully the videos won’t take too long, and the testing won’t take too long to do, but I am gonna have to do it in, uh, in bite-sized pieces I guess, because there’s a lot of vehicles to test. That’s pretty much it for this one. Remember to read the description for more info, comment with your thoughts, like the video if you enjoyed or found it helpful. Subscribe for more, and consider supporting on Patreon, or becoming a member on YouTube for early testing results. Thank you all so much for watching, I really do appreciate it, and I’ll see you next time.