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The Formula M[1] is a vehicle that appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. It is Metal Sonic's personal racing car for Dodon Pa's Grand Prix.

While most of the cars participating in the Grand Prix were created by Dodon Pa, the Formula M - alongside the Egg Booster, Road Dragoon and Egg Pawns' cars - was made by Dr. Eggman.

Description

The default Formula M's body build resembles that of the Speed Star, except more personalized to order to match Metal Sonic's appearance. It features red headlights on the front wings that are similar to Metal Sonic's eyes, two triangular blue ears with yellow insides on the front and back of the car, and yellow tyres that look similar to Metal Sonic's torso intake.

Like other cars in Team Sonic Racing, its appearance can be customized with different paint jobs, Performance Parts and decals. Its horn can also be changed.

Game appearances

Team Sonic Racing

The Formula M's base stats in Team Sonic Racing.

In Team Sonic Racing, the Formula M appears as Metal Sonic's race car. During the events of the game, the Formula M was created by Dr. Eggman as a vehicle for Metal Sonic, whom the doctor recruited for his team, so he could participate in Dodon Pa's Grand Prix. The Formula M's ultimate fate after the crash of the Final Fortress, which destroyed all the other race cars, is unknown however.

In this game, the Formula M's basic statistics show it has moderate boost handeling and top speed, but low defense and acceleration. However, its statistics, as well as its artistic design, can be modified by replacing its parts.

The Formula M has the following exclusive Performance Parts that can be used to modify it:

Image Name Stat modification
Increase Decrease
Metal Sonic Exo-Armor Front.png Exo-Armor Boost
Defense
Acceleration
Top Speed
Metal Sonic Sprit Plating Front.png Sprint Plating Top Speed Acceleration
Defense
Metal Sonic Digital Interface Front.png Digital Interface Acceleration
Handling
Boost
Defense
Metal Sonic Legendary Exo-Armor Front.png Legendary Exo-Armor Boost
Defense
Acceleration
Top Speed
Metal Sonic Legendary Sprint Plating Front.png Legendary Sprint Plating Top Speed Acceleration
Defense
Metal Sonic Legendary Digital Interface Front.png Legendary Digital Interface Acceleration
Handling
Boost
Defense

Image Name Stat modification
Increase Decrease
Metal Sonic Boom Module Rear.png Boom Module Boost
Defense
Acceleration
Handling
Metal Sonic Haste Augmenter Rear.png Haste Augmenter Boost Defense
Metal Sonic Energy Engine Rear.png Energy Engine Acceleration
Defense
Top Speed
Metal Sonic Legendary Boom Module Rear.png Legendary Boom Module Boost
Defense
Acceleration
Handling
Metal Sonic Legendary Haste Augmenter Rear.png Legendary Haste Augmenter Boost Defense
Metal Sonic Legendary Energy Engine Rear.png Legendary Energy Engine Acceleration
Defense
Top Speed

Image Name Stat modification
Increase Decrease
Metal Sonic Impulse Tires Wheels.png Impulse Tires Defense Handling
Metal Sonic Metal-Spine Spinners Wheels.png Metal-Spine Spinners Acceleration
Top Speed
Boost
Defense
Metal Sonic Spark Rims Wheels.png Spark Rims Handling Boost
Metal Sonic Legendary Impulse Tires Wheels.png Legendary Impulse Tires Defense Handling
Metal Sonic Legendary Metal-Spine Spinners Wheels.png Legendary Metal-Spine Spinners Acceleration
Top Speed
Boost
Defense
Metal Sonic Legendary Spark Rims Wheels.png Legendary Spark Rims Handling Boost

Sonic Racing

The Formula M appears in Sonic Racing as a vehicle for Metal Sonic.

Trivia

  • The name Formula M is a reference to the Formula One racing car, and likely stands for "Formula Metal".

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Artwork

Gallery

Screenshots

Gallery

See also

References

  1. Team Sonic Racing official website (Japanese). Characters. Sega. Archived from the original on 1 February 2019. Retrieved on 1 February 2019.

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