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Also known as: Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven
Developer: Illusion Softworks
Publisher: Gathering of Developers
Platforms: Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox
Released in US: August 28, 2002 (Windows), January 28, 2004 (PlayStation 2), March 13, 2004 (Xbox)
Released in EU: August 28, 2002 (Windows), January 30, 2004 (PlayStation 2), April 8, 2004 (Xbox)

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
ModelsIcon.png This game has unused models.
MovieIcon.png This game has unused cinematics.

To do:
Add more pictures for the secret cars, create section for beta characters and unused Racing Mod. Also make page suck less.

Mafia (full name Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven) follows the tale of taxi driver Tommy Angelo in the 1930s as he was forced to take an offer he couldn't refuse.

Unused Cutscene

In Creme de la Creme, there's a hidden unused cutscene in the game files. During this cutscene, instead of going to countryside, Tommy will follow Morello to his house in Oak Hill and then get killed by his gangsters.

Early Menu Screen

An early menu screen of the game, taken from an early video. It is significantly different from the retail menu, as evidenced by the bluish colour.


A racing mode was present in the PC version during development, but was later scrapped; this has since been included exclusively on the console ports to make up for the lack of the Freeride Extreme mode. It is however possible to unlock it by renaming mainmenurac.mnu file to mainmenu.mnu (they are in tables/menu folder after extracting a8.dta file, and works only in version 1.1 and later). However it's still accessible in 1.0 but in harder way (by hex editing files or memory edit). The Racing menu in version 1.0 had Multiplayer inside, which was fully working and playable. Multiplayer is disabled by default, but can be accessible only in version 1.0 by modifying game files or through memory editing. It was removed in later versions of the game.

Not much is known about Movie Theatre, but it is presumed to be for players to watch cutscenes from the game's story.

To do:
Please correct my english and make it better to read. Also i will add memory address for multiplayer menu later. Also it would be good to make discussion group on discord or something, because i know a lot of mafia related content, but i suck at wiki code and my english is not that good. Add me on Discord Cukier#6193

Hidden and Unused Cars

Hidden in the game files are some unused cars. Many of them display wrong shadow (using the racing car's one instead) and are a bit glitchy.

Unused Vehicles
Cars - File name Front Pic Rear Pic
Sidecar Bike - 9motorka.4ds

A sidecar bike. It's a bit glitchy and hard to drive.

Mafia TCoLH-Motorkaf.png Mafia TCoLH-Motorkar.png
Bigfoot USA Flag - bigfoot.4ds

A Bigfoot with an USA Flag Texture, based on the Bolt Model B. It was brought back for the console ports.

Mafia TCoLH-BigfootF.png Mafia TCoLH-BigfootR.png
Bigfoot - bigfoot00.4ds

Same as above, but with normal texture.

Mafia TCoLH-Bigfoot00F.png Mafia TCoLH-Bigfoot00R.png
Beatle Custom - brouk00.4ds

A red beatle, probably a Volkswagen Beetle inspired car. It has some variations with glitched textures and a bit different model.

Mafia TCoLH-BroukF.png Mafia TCoLH-BroukR.png
Bulldozer - bull00.4ds

A yellow bulldozer. If it was used, it most likely could have been found in the yard near Hoboken.

Mafia TCoLH-BullF.png Mafia TCoLH-BullR.png
Bus - bus00.4ds

A white bus, most likely made by Bolt (since it's inspired by Ford buses).

Mafia TCoLH-BusF.png Mafia TCoLH-BusR.png
Panzer/Military Tank - panz.4ds

A tank. Very unfinished: it doesn't have any textures, plus you can't steer at all (read: straight line driving only). Probably replaced by Black Metal in the final game.

Mafia TCoLH-PanzF.png Mafia TCoLH-PanzR.png
Toyota RSC - toyota00.4ds

The Toyota RSC concept car; most likely a placeholder since it doesn't fit with this game's 1930s setting.

Mafia TCoLH-RscR.png Mafia TCoLH-RscR2.png
Tractor - traktor.4ds

A 1930's tractor. It's a bit hard to get into; in fact, you need to "enter" from the rear wheels.

Mafia TCoLH-TraktorF.png Mafia TCoLH-TraktorR.png
Xeon - xedos00.4ds

Mazda Xedos, in a red color. Yet another real-life early 2000s car that was most likely used as a placeholder.

Mafia TCoLH-XeonF.png Mafia TCoLH-XeonR.png

The same tram seen during the normal game. As the name says, it can only be seen in the CarCyclopedia.

Mafia TCoLH-Tram.png
Steamroller - valec.4ds

Untextured model like Panzer , but it's driveable. Like Bulldozer, it most likely could have been found in yards.

Mafia TCoLH-ValecF.png Mafia TCoLH-ValecR.png
Damaged Volkswagen Jetta (ONLY VISIBLE IN CARCYCLOPEDIA) - jettad.4ds

Damaged Volkswagen Jetta model. It can't be driven.

Mafia TCoLH-JettaD.png Mafia TCoLH-JettaD1.png
Mutagen FWD "Drag Version" - cord_cabriolet00.4ds

It's a Mutagen FWD based on Thor 812 Cabriolet. Due to its form , it's like a Drag Racing Car.

Mafia TCoLH-Mutagendrag1.png Mafia TCoLH-Mutagendrag2.png

There's also many truck models unused in game files.

Unused Truck Models
Cars - File name Front Pic Rear Pic

It's the truck from the mission "Just For Relaxation" , with the "Atlantic Import" mark on it.

Mafia TCoLH-.truckbxx00F.png Mafia TCoLH-Truckbxx00R.png

It's similar to the previous one, with a glitched "ghost" ramp on the back.

Mafia TCoLH-TruckbnajezdF.png Mafia TCoLH-TruckbnajezdR.png

It's the truck used during mission 10 "Trip To The Country" when you are trying to lose the gangsters.

Mafia TCoLH-TruckmorphF.png Mafia TCoLH-TruckmorphR.png

Bolt Truck Covered with glitched bars

Mafia TCoLH-Truckbug1.png Mafia TCoLH-Truckbug2.png

It's the truck used in Free Ride Extreme, in three locations marked on the map. Ramp is added for the mission itselfs. Carcyclopedia only.

Mafia TCoLH-FormulatruckF.png Mafia TCoLH-FormulatruckR.png

These vehicles are intended to be used during FMVs

Unused FMV Vehicles
Cars - File name Front Pic Rear Pic

The truck used in "Trip To The Country".

Mafia TCoLH-Fmvanimtruckb00F.png Mafia TCoLH-Fmvanimtruckb00R.png
FMVarrow00-travis.4ds and FMVarrow00.4ds

Destroyed Silver Fletcher from "Creme de la creme" (You can see it only with 3rd party apps).

Mafia TCoLH-Fmvarrow00.png Mafia TCoLH-Fmvarrow00R.png
FMVblackha00.4ds and FMVblackho.4ds

Blue Falconer

Mafia TCoLH-Fmvblackha00F.png Mafia TCoLH-Fmvblackha00R.png
FMVBlackT.4ds and FMVtaxi00.4ds

Falconer Yellowcar

Mafia TCoLH-Fmvtaxi00F.png Mafia TCoLH-Fmvtaxi00R.png

Lassiter V16 Phaeton

Mafia TCoLH-FmvcadphaetF.png Mafia TCoLH-FmvcadphaetR.png

Lassiter V16 Roadster

Mafia TCoLH-Fmvcadroad00F.png Mafia TCoLH-Fmvcadroad00R.png

Lassiter V16 Phaeton with glitchy doors

Mafia TCoLH-Fmvcadroad2pF.png Mafia TCoLH-Fmvcadroad2pR.png
FMVchema.4ds and FMVchemaFor00.4ds

Schubert Extrasix Green

Mafia TCoLH-FmvchemaF.png Mafia TCoLH-FmvchemaR.png

Schubert Extrasix White

Mafia TCoLH-Fmvchemafor01F.png Mafia TCoLH-Fmvchemafor01R.png

Schubert Extrasix Blue

Mafia TCoLH-Fmvchemafor02F.png Mafia TCoLH-Fmvchemafor02.png

Bolt V8 Roadster Green

Mafia TCoLH-Fmvfordv8 (1).png Mafia TCoLH-Fmvfordv8 (2).png

Bolt V8 Tudor Green with opaque glass

Mafia TCoLH-Fmvfordglass (1).png Mafia TCoLH-Fmvfordglass (2).png

Bolt V8 Tudor Green with glitchy doors

Mafia TCoLH-Boltv8door1.png Mafia TCoLH-Boltv8door2.png

Lassiter V16 Police

Mafia TCoLH-Fmvpoli (1).png Mafia TCoLH-Fmvpoli (2).png

Bolt Truck Flatbed Green

Mafia TCoLH-Truckf10.png Mafia TCoLH-Truckf11.png

Bolt Truck Flatbed Blue

Mafia TCoLH-Truckf20.png Mafia TCoLH-Truckf21.png

Bolt Truck Covered Green

Mafia TCoLH-Truckf30.png Mafia TCoLH-Truckf31.png

Bolt Truck Covered Blue

Mafia TCoLH-Truckf40.png Mafia TCoLH-Truckf41.png

Bolt-Thrower with different rear lights

Mafia TCoLH-Bolt0.png Mafia TCoLH-Bolt1.png
FMVthunderbirdz.4ds (also xxx.4ds)

Bolt-Thrower with badges, slightly different shape and rear lights

Mafia TCoLH-Bolt3.png Mafia TCoLH-Bolt4.png

Bolt Truck Covered Green

Mafia TCoLH-Boltt1.png Mafia TCoLH-Boltt2.png

There are also some alpha cars, which have some extra features:

- They can be driven only if you replace them. You cannot enter them without this method.

- They have different reflections (similar to those seen in pre-release screenshots of the game).

- You need to change gears manually, even if gearbox is automatic.

- Tommy is placed in the middle.

- Some models are slightly bigger than the final ones.

"provoz" means "traffic" in Czech.

Alpha Vehicles
Cars - File name Front Pic Rear Pic

Carrozzella C-Otto 4WD Blue, with different wheels

Mafia TCoLH-Bugatti1.png Mafia TCoLH-Bugatti2.png

Wright Fordor LightBlue (not driveable)

Mafia TCoLH-Buik1.png Mafia TCoLH-Buik2.png

Schubert Extrasix Green

Mafia TCoLH-Chema1.png Mafia TCoLH-Chema2.png

Trautenberg Racing

Mafia TCoLH-Due1.png Mafia TCoLH-Due2.png

Bolt Ace Tudor Blue with different wheels.

Mafia TCoLH-Fordt1.png Mafia TCoLH-Fordt2.png

Bolt Ace Tudor Blue with with glitched wheel textures.

Mafia TCoLH-Fordt3.png Mafia TCoLH-Fordt4.png

Guardian Terraplane Fordor Cream with different bumpers.

Mafia TCoLH-Hud1.png Mafia TCoLH-Hud2.png

Guardian Terraplane Fordor Cream. This one's almost similar to final model.

Mafia TCoLH-Hud3.png Mafia TCoLH-Hud4.png

Brubaker 4WD

Mafia TCoLH-Miller1.png Mafia TCoLH-Miller2.png

Celeste Marque 500 White, with no spare wheel (not driveable)

Mafia TCoLH-Merc1.png Mafia TCoLH-Merc2.png

Bruno Speedster 851 White, with different bumpers and rear plate position.

Mafia TCoLH-Sped1.png Mafia TCoLH-Sped2.png