Wheels of Aurelia Walkthrough

4. Endings I-P

Endings I-P

This section of the walkthrough will cover the detailed requirements on how to unlock the final 8 endings in the game. A lot of the endings on this page require you to follow certain dialogues, so I made sure to write them out with how you should answer and the character you're talking to's answer.

Ending I

The requirements for ending I are as follows:

Rome:

When given the choice between going straight or turning right, turn right towards Bracciano.

Bracciano Cutscene:

Nothing, simply a cutscene.

Bracciano:

You'll be in a race. Make sure you lose the race by driving slow. When given the choice between turning left or going straight, go straight towards Siena.

Siena Cutscene:

You'll lose your car to Valerio and a farmer will offer you his trike to drive. Olga will then start to have doubts about continuing on your journey with you. When she says "Well first there was that maniac... Now this trike?", make sure you say "You're right, Olga. We're better off splitting up.". You will then start talking to a priest who you will escort up the Via Aurelia in his car.

Siena:

Now as opposed to ending H, where you needed to speak to the priest and stop at the hospital, for this ending you need to make sure you do not talk to the priest at all all the way to Viareggio, and also make sure you do not stop at the hospital.

Viareggio Cutscene:

You will start the cutscene with the dialog choice "I thought you'd need to stop before Viareggio..." (this is the only dialog choice) and then let the cutscene play out.

Once you have completed the dialog cutscene with the priest, a description of the ending will pop up. If it involves:

*** Spoiler - click to reveal ***

Then you have received ending I, unlocking:

ENDING I in Wheels of Aurelia
ENDING I18 (15)
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Ending J

The requirements for ending J are as follows:

Rome:

When given the choice between going straight or turning right, turn left towards Civitavecchia.

Civitavecchia Cutscene:

Olga will tell Lella she is pregnant then head to the bathroom. Angelo, former racing star, will then show up and start talking to Lella. When Angelo says "Are you travelling alone?", make sure you answer "Yes, I am.".

Civitavecchia:

Make sure you you are driving fast and do not rob the bank. When given the choice between going straight or turning right, turn right towards Siena.

Siena Cutscene:

You will arrive in Siena and Angelo will tell Lella he is a professional bank robber. When Angelo says "Aww, you're breaking my heart, sweetie." make sure you say "I'm not kidding. We're splitting up, Angelo.". You will then start talking to a priest who you will escort up the Via Aurelia in his car.

Siena:

Make sure you drive slow and talk to the priest as nice as you can. This means choosing dialog options that seem nice and polite. Below is the dialog I used that seemed to work for me. Just of note they may not appear in this exact order so if they don't, simply search through the dialog here and find what you need. But if they do appear in this order, follow it perfectly. You may miss out on this ending otherwise. Also, when driving down you'll come across a hitchhiker. DO NOT pick him up.

Lella: So tell me about your job, Padre.
Preist: My job? I'm a priest Lella.
Lella: So what? It's still a job isn't it?
Priest: It's not just a job. It's a vocation.
Lella: "Vocation." so you hear voices?
Priest: I should. I should hear the voice of our Lord.
Lella: But you don't...? Has he stopped talking to you?
Priest: He has. And it causes me unbearable pain.
Lella: I'm sorry Padre
Priest: This music... The times are changing, indeed.
Lella: If only the times were changed as easily as the music
Priest: Shall we start by changing the music anyways?
Lella: I'd prefer to change out messed-up society.
Lella: I'm curious... What do you think of Paul VI?
Priest: He is a great and humble servant of God.
Lella: He said some strong words on Aldo Moro's behalf.
Priest: Yes, he was on his knees praying for his freedom.
Lella: Do you think they'll set him free?
Priest: God only knows Lella.
Lella: Where are you going Padre?
Priest: There's a place... along the way.
Lella: Could you be any more specific?
Priest: For now, let's just drive.
Lella: What do you think about the Moro kidnapping?
Priest: The way the party is managing it is inhumane.
Lella: Yea, the so called "firm line".
Lella: Riding with a priest... Would you believe it?!
Lella: We don't have long now.
Lella: So...What brings you down the Via Aurelia?
Preist: There's someone I need to meet.
Lella: How intriguing. Is this person a "she"?
Priest: Yes, she is. She's my mother.
Lella: ...Oh. Where does she live?
Priest: "Ave Maria gratia plena..."
Lella: Are you...praying!?
Priest: Yes, Lella. Join me: "Ave Maria gratia..."
Lella: ...Did you know Maria Grazia is my full name?
Priest: Your parents must be good Catholics
Lella: Yes, and that's exactly why I switched to "Lella."
Lella: Explain the Trinity, Padre - how's it work, exactly?

Priest: I take it you don't believe in God, do you?

Viareggio Cutscene:

You will start the cutscene with the dialogue "...There you go." (This is the only dialogue choice) and let the cutscene play out.

Once you have completed the dialogue cutscene with the priest, a description of the ending will pop up. If it involves:

*** Spoiler - click to reveal ***

Then you have received ending J, unlocking:

ENDING J in Wheels of Aurelia
ENDING J21 (15)
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And if you've been following this guide, you will have unlocked your tenth ending. This unlocks the police car, which is vehicle 11 of 13 for the Full Roster achievement and more importantly, unlocks:

THE POLICE! THE POLICE! in Wheels of Aurelia
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Ending K

The requirements for ending K are as follows:

Rome:

When given the choice between going straight or turning right, go straight towards Civitavecchia.

Civitavecchia Cutscene:

Olga will tell Lella she is pregnant then head to the bathroom. Angelo, former racing star, will then show up and start talking to Lella. When Angelo says "Are you travelling alone?" make sure you answer "No, I'm travelling with a friend" so you can continue on your journey with Olga.

Civitavecchia:

Drive as fast and as recklessly as possible. Just to be on the safe side, I'd drive into every car you happen to drive by. When given the choice between going straight or turning right, go straight towards Piombino.

Piombino Cutscene:

You will know if you have driven recklessly enough if Olga says "I asked you to drive with care, and you didn't!". Nothing happens though, it it simply a cutscene.

Piombino:

Make sure you drive slowly without hitting anything. Make sure you don't accelerate at all unless you really need to (such as to get around cars to avoid hitting them otherwise).

Viareggio Cutscene:

Nothing, simply a cutscene.

Once you have completed the dialogue cutscene with Olga, a description of the ending will pop up. if it involves:

*** Spoiler - click to reveal ***

Then you have received ending K, unlocking:

ENDING K in Wheels of Aurelia
ENDING K19 (15)
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  • Unlocked by 1,296 tracked gamers (65% - TA Ratio = 1.24) 2,008

Ending L

Now there is an achievement in the game for not steering or accelerating throughout an entire playthrough. The easiest way to get this is to just leave your controller alone for 10-15 minutes and let the game play out by itself. It just so happens that when you do this, you get ending L, hence why I put it in this section. There is also another achievement for not talking for an entire playthough. To achieve this you need to select only "...". Now of course you can get this whenever you want, but again since you are leaving your controller alone for a full playthrough and since the default dialogue is "...", this will unlock in this playthrough as well.

NOTE: I would suggest you pay attention to your game until you get to Civitavecchia so you can select the dialogue option "Yes, I am" when Angelo asks if you're travelling alone. Cutscene dialogues do not void the achievement for not talking so do not worry. This is because when you are idle, the game will choose whatever dialogue choice that pops up first, and it is random each time. So if you tell Angelo you're traveling with a friend you will not get ending L. This way, if you're paying attention up to this point and tell him you are travelling alone, you will ensure yourself of getting ending L. If you have a wireless controller you may want to pause/unpause the game once so your controller doesn't shut off. You will also automatically pick up hitchhikers 2 of 6, 3 of 6 and 4 of 6 for the Chauffeur achievement.

Just another note, this is where I unlocked it so I am placing this in this part of the walkthrough. These can be obtained at any point and time while playing through the game.

Once you let the game play out and the credits pop up, you will unlock the following three achievements:

NOT GAME in Wheels of Aurelia
NOT GAME74 (60)
Let it go!
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SILENT SAGE in Wheels of Aurelia
Play indifferent
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ENDING L in Wheels of Aurelia
ENDING L18 (15)
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Ending M

The requirements for ending M are as follows:

Rome:

When given the choice between going straight or turning right, go straight towards Civitavecchia.

Civitavecchia Cutscene:

Olga will tell Lella she is pregnant then head to the bathroom. Angelo, former racing star, will then show up and start talking to Lella. When Angelo says "Are you travelling alone?", make sure you answer "Yes, I am.".

Civitavecchia:

Make sure you you are driving fast and do not rob the bank. When given the choice between going straight or turning right, turn right towards Siena.

Siena Cutscene:

You will arrive in Siena and Angelo will tell Lella he is a professional bank robber. When Angelo says "Aww, you're breaking my heart, sweetie." make sure you say "Shut up. Let's take a look around, Gorilla.". A guy named Jacky will show up and ask if you guys are in town for the race. When Jacky says "Wonderful! My rally car is good to go.", you can answer however you'd like.

Siena:

Simply drive slow and make sure you lose the race.

Viareggio Cutscene:

Nothing, simply a cutscene.

Once you have completed the dialog cutscene, a description of the ending will pop up. If it involves:

*** Spoiler - click to reveal ***

Then you have received ending M, unlocking:

ENDING M in Wheels of Aurelia
ENDING M41 (30)
Unlock Ending M
  • Unlocked by 1,076 tracked gamers (54% - TA Ratio = 1.36) 2,008

Ending N

The requirements for ending N are as follows:

Rome:

When given the choice between going straight or turning right, go straight towards Civitavecchia.

Civitavecchia Cutscene:

Olga will tell Lella she is pregnant then head to the bathroom. Angelo, former racing star, will then show up and start talking to Lella. When Angelo says "Are you travelling alone?", make sure you answer "No, I'm travelling with a friend.".

Civitavecchia:

Make sure you drive slowly here and don't crash into anything. When given the choice between going straight or turning right, turn right towards Siena.

Siena Cutscene:

Olga will go take a smoke break and a priest will come talk to you. When Olga gets back and when she says "I'm back, Lella. I thought about it, and...", make sure you say "You're coming with me, aren't you?"

Siena:

You can drive as fast or as slow as you want through the level (I would recommend slow), but make sure when you see the hitchhiker sign that you slow down and stop and pick her up for hitchhiker 5 of 6 for the Chauffeur achievement. Now you need to follow the following dialogue with this hitchhiker perfectly, otherwise you will not receive ending N:

Lella: Let us give you a ride.
Lorenza: I'm headed for the first exit on the right.
Lella: The name's Lella. Nice to meet you.
Lorenza: I'm Lorenza.
Lella: Hi. So... How's your day going?
Lorenza: Nice.
Lella: Everything okay...?
Lorenza: ...
Lella: This Moro thing must be making everyone nervous.
Lorenza: Moro, Moro, Moro... Everyone's talking about Moro!
Lella: Hey, look! It's making you talk too!
Lorenza: And he's been kidnapped. So what?
Lella: So the terrorists will probably kill him!
Lorenza: How can you call them "terrorists"?
Lella: You don't think Red Brigades is a terrorist group?
Lorenza: Guerrillas, not terrorists. There's a difference.
Lella: So, I guess you are in the mood to talk about it.
Lorenza: Are you implying I'm a brigatista?
Lella: I'm not implying, I'm asking. Are you?
Lorenza: Do I look like one?
Lella: I wouldn't know what one looks like.
Lorenza: That's the point. They look just like you and me.
Lella: But you're acting nervous, and I'm not.
Lorenza: Whatever, this conversation is going nowhere.
Lella: Agreed. We're almost at your destination anyway.
Lorenza: ...

Lella: ...I just hope I don't see you in the news.

After Lorenza pops off screen and Olga pops back on, feel free to drive as fast as you want to Viareggio.

Viareggio Cutscene:

You'll know you succeeded in your conversation with Lorenza if she holds you and Olga hostage once you get to Viareggio. Nothing happens though, this is simply a cutscene.

Once you have completed the dialogue cutscene, a description of the ending will pop up. If it involves:

*** Spoiler - click to reveal ***

Then you have received ending N, unlocking:

ENDING N in Wheels of Aurelia
ENDING N43 (30)
Unlock Ending N
  • Unlocked by 957 tracked gamers (48% - TA Ratio = 1.44) 2,008

Ending O

The requirements for ending O are as follows:

Rome:

When given the choice between going straight or turning right, turn right towards Bracciano.

Bracciano Cutscene:

Nothing, simply a cutscene.

Bracciano:

You'll be in a race. Make sure you win the race. When given the choice between turning left or going straight, go straight towards Siena.

Siena Cutscene:

You'll win the race and take Valerio's car. Olga will then start to have doubts about continuing on your journey with you. When she says "Yeah, I did. And I don't know about this anymore...", make sure you say "You're right, Olga. We might be better off apart". Olga will then say "I'm sorry, Lella. I'll get to France somehow.", make sure you say "Take that guy's car. Least I can do.". You will then start talking to a priest who you will escort up the Via Aurelia in his car.

Siena:

You can drive however you want, just make sure you don't talk to the priest. When you approach the hitchhiker in this stage, make sure you slow down and pick him up. This is the same hitchhiker you may have potentially picked up in ending J. Simply follow the dialog below perfectly and you shouldn't have an issue receiving this ending.

Lella: Let us give you a ride.
Duccio: I'm on my way to Viareggio.
Lella: I'm Lella. Nice to meet you.
Duccio: I'm Duccio, signorina. Thanks again!
Lella: How's your day going?
Priest: Just sold my ape. I'm heading back to my farm.
Lella: A farmer... May I ask you something, sir?
Duccio: Of course, signorina! But please, call me Duccio.
Lella: What do you know about fireflies, Duccio?
Duccio: There used to be so many more... That was years ago.
Lella: So, the early 60s?
Duccio: Ha! You're a city girl, but you know things!
Lella: I read a lot. You know, like Pasolini?
Duccio: Pasolini... The homosexual on TV?
Lella: He wrote about the disappearing fireflies.
Duccio: And what did he know about it?
Lella: He said it accompanied the rise of a new fascism.
Duccio: Old or new, fascism is fascism. And it's filth.
Lella: Pasolini would have agreed
Duccio: Well, I was in the Garibaldi Brigades, signorina!

Lella: It's an honor to share my car with a partigiano!

After this, the farmer will pop off and the priest will come back. Just continue to ignore the priest and drive as fast as you can to Viareggio.

Viareggio Cutscene:

You will start the cutscene with the dialogue "The carnival of Viareggio... How appropriate!" (This is the only dialogue choice) and let the cutscene play out.

Once you have completed the dialogue cutscene with the priest, a description of the ending will pop up. If it involves:

*** Spoiler - click to reveal ***

Then you have received ending O, unlocking:

ENDING O in Wheels of Aurelia
ENDING O43 (30)
Unlock Ending O
  • Unlocked by 996 tracked gamers (50% - TA Ratio = 1.42) 2,008

Ending P

The requirements for ending P are as follows:

Rome:

When given the choice between going straight or turning right, turn right towards Bracciano.

Bracciano Cutscene:

Nothing, simply a cutscene.

Bracciano:

You'll be in a race. Make sure you win the race. When given the choice between turning left or going straight, go straight towards Siena.

Siena Cutscene:

You'll win the race and take Valerio's car. Olga will then start to have doubts about continuing on your journey with you. When she says "Yeah, I did. And I don't know about this anymore...", make sure you say "You're right, Olga. We might be better off apart". Olga will then say "I'm sorry, Lella. I'll get to France somehow.", make sure you say "Take that guy's car. Least I can do.". You will then start talking to a priest who you will escort up the Via Aurelia in his car.

Siena:

You need to make sure you drive slow and talk to the priest about three topics. Only the following three blocks of dialogue matter so it doesn't matter how you answer anything besides these topics. These may not all appear in a row, so if one of these three topics aren't available as an option, just say anything else until one pops up.

Topic 1:

Lella: So tell me about your job, Padre.
Preist: My job? I'm a priest Lella.
Lella: So what? It's still a job isn't it?
Priest: It's not just a job. It's a vocation.
Lella: "Vocation." so you hear voices?
Priest: I should. I should hear the voice of our Lord.
Lella: But you don't...? Has he stopped talking to you?
Priest: He has. And it causes me unbearable pain.

Lella: I'm sorry Padre

Topic 2:

Lella: What do you think about the Moro kidnapping?
Priest: The way the party is managing it is inhumane.
Lella: Yea, the so called "firm line".
Priest: Human life comes before anything else.
Lella: If only we could help somehow...

Priest: Yes, if only we could.

Topic 3:

Lella: I'm curious... What do you think of Paul VI?
Priest: He is a great and humble servant of God.
Lella: He said some strong words on Aldo Moro's behalf.
Priest: Yes, he was on his knees praying for his freedom.
Lella: Where do you think Italy is headed, Padre?

Priest: God only knows Lella.

Once you have covered these three topics, feel free to drive as fast as you want to Viareggio.

Viareggio Cutscene:

You will arrive at Viareggio and talk to the priest. Make sure you follow the following dialog during the cutscene:

Priest: "Carnem levare." Carnival is a farewell to meat.
Lella: Why is religion always about giving things up?
Priest: It's not about giving things up, it's about faith.
Lella: Faith in what, Padre? Faith in whom?
Priest: Jesus. God in flesh. God made man.

Lella: And woman. And child. And everyone in need.

Then just let the cutscene play out.

Once you have completed the dialogue cutscene with the priest, a description of the ending will pop up. If it involves:

*** Spoiler - click to reveal ***

Then you have received ending P, unlocking:

ENDING P in Wheels of Aurelia
ENDING P44 (30)
Unlock Ending P
  • Unlocked by 954 tracked gamers (48% - TA Ratio = 1.45) 2,008

And if you unlocked all of the other endings, you will also unlock:

WHEELS OF AURELIA in Wheels of Aurelia
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That does it for all of the endings and the majority of the achievements in the game. If you still need to collect all 13 vehicles or pick up all 6 hitchhikers, continue on to the Clean Up section.

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