The Thor 810 is a vehicle in Mafia.


The Thor 810 is available in one of two body styles, as Thor 810 sedan and Thor 810 phaeton. The Thor 812 is only available as a cabriolet.

The Thor 810 sedan seems to be based loosely on the 1936 Cord 810 Beverly/Westchester Sedan Models, the Thor 810 phaeton on the 1936 Cord 810 Convertible Phaeton Sedan and the Thor 812 on the 1937 Cord 812 Supercharged Convertible, respectively.


The Thor 810 and Thor 812 automobiles are Front-wheel drive (FWD) vehicles.

As indicated from the Carcyclopedia, both variants of the Thor 810 (phaeton and sedan) share the same performance traits:

  • Weight: 1656 kg
  • Power: 125 HP (93 kW)
  • Maximum speed: 93 mph (150 km/h)
  • Engine: Eight cylinder
  • Swept volume: 4722 ccm
  • Gear box: Four speed

The Thor 812 cabriolet, being an end-game automobile, features the following performance traits:

  • Weight: 1814 kg
  • Power: 170 HP (125 kW)
  • Maximum speed: 100 mph (164 km/h)
  • Engine: Eight cylinder
  • Swept volume: 4729 ccm
  • Gear box: Four speed



The Thor 810 is seen on the streets only after Omerta (set in 1933) and remains a commonly seen car for the rest of the storyline, whereas the Thor 812 is encountered on the streets only in the final mission, replacing the 810, even if the only one is supposed to be at the car dealer's.

Free Mode

Both the Thor 810 and the Thor 812 will not be initially available as a selectable car the player starts out in Free Ride. The Thor 810 is added to Free Ride when the player learns how to steal it in Lucas Bertone's side mission after Omerta, whilst the Thor 812 becomes available in Free Ride only when the Player learns where to steal one in Lucas Bertone's side mission during the beginning of The Death of Art.


The Thor 810 Lucas Bertone is working on is the only black version seen in the game, as all others are orange. It is also a phaeton version, whereas the car you steal is a sedan.