Tiny Titan

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Tiny Titan
Rally Romper
Koopa Troopa in the Tiny Titan
Koopa Troopa on his Tiny Titan
Size Class Small
Strong stats Speed, Off-Road
Weak stats Drift
Appearances Mario Kart Wii

The Tiny Titan (known as the Rally Romper in the British English version) is a small kart that appears in Mario Kart Wii. It is based on the Monster from Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally, which is in turn based on a Volkswagen Beetle open-top custom buggy; this is further shown in its Japanese name, which is a direct reference to the game. The emblem is located on the hood, sides, and rear. The Tiny Titan is unlocked by unlocking one expert staff ghost, by winning 50 races online or by playing 1,200 races. This kart has a 2-stroker twin cylinder engine placed in the back similar to its real-life counterpart, which has a flat four-stroke engine. If the babies ride the Tiny Titan, its weight can surpass the weight of the Super Blooper and all the medium bikes, except the Dolphin Dasher. Its bike counterpart is the Magikruiser.

Stats[edit]

Speed: 46/80
Weight: 35/80
Acceleration: 43/80
Handling: 43/80
Drift: 29/80
Off-road: 64/80
Mini-turbo: 40/80
Vehicle type:
Drift

The Tiny Titan has the best off-road among all karts in the game, enabling it to take off-road shortcuts without losing almost any speed. It is also the heaviest small vehicle in the game. However, the Tiny Titan's drift is rather low, and it has the worst drift out of all the small vehicles. The vehicle's other statistics are around average. Its weight and drift are tied with the Zip Zip, while its drift is tied with the Spear.

Color schemes[edit]

Baby Luigi using his Tiny Titan on Luigi Circuit.
Character Color scheme Image Character Color scheme Image
Baby Mario Red body, blue emblem, orange stripe through the middle, yellow lights, green shocks, yellow rims, blue tires Baby Mario in the Tiny Titan Baby Luigi Green body, dark blue emblem, bright green stripe through the middle, yellow lights, dark blue shocks, yellow rims, dark blue tires Baby Luigi in the Tiny Titan
Baby Peach Lilac body, yellow emblem, light blue stripe through the middle, yellow lights, green shocks, yellow rims, bluish-black tires Baby Peach in the Tiny Titan Baby Daisy Orange body, purple emblem, dark green stripe through the middle, cyan lights, purple shocks, yellow rims, green tires Baby Daisy in the Tiny Titan
Toad Dark blue body, green emblem, yellow stripe through the middle, orange lights, red shocks, light yellow rims, red tires Toad in the Tiny Titan Toadette Purple body, pink emblem, orange stripe through the middle, yellow lights, cyan shocks, bronze rims, dark blue tires Toadette in the Tiny Titan
Koopa Troopa Olive body, green emblem, chartreuse stripe through the middle, orange lights, purple shocks, chartreuse rims, dark green tires Koopa Troopa in the Tiny Titan Dry Bones Black body, gray emblem, light blue stripe through the middle, orange lights, magenta shocks, yellow rims, dark brown tires Dry Bones in the Tiny Titan
Male Mii Cyan body, yellow emblem, purple stripe through the middle, yellow lights, magenta shocks, yellow rims, blue tires Tiny Titan from Mario Kart Wii Female Mii Yellow body, green emblem, orange stripe through the middle, cyan lights, blue shocks, bronze rims, dark brown tires Tiny Titan from Mario Kart Wii

Trading Card information[edit]

Trading Card

"The strengths of this ride are its Off-Road and Handling characteristics. Give this mini monster machine a try on tight tracks where you'll be spending time "in the rough," or as we call it with Tiny Titan, "the fun stuff."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ホットラリー
Hotto Rarī
Hot Rally, reference to 3D Hot Rally
French (NOA) Petit Titan Small Titan
French (NOE) Mini-monstre Minimonster
German Monztruck
Italian Minirally Minirally
Korean 오프로드카고
Opeulodeu Kago
Offroad Cargo
Spanish Minitractor Little Crawler