|Extreme Hot Rod|
It is arguably the one of the fastest cars in the game—not because of its Speed or Boost rating, but because of its special Boost mechanics. The only faster car is the Nakamura Rai-Jin Turbo. It is an extremely upgraded version of the Carson Hot Rod Coupe with a new boost system called Locked boost. Locked Boost can be used at any time unlike Aggression, Stunt or Speed boost, and when the player hits the Boost Button, the Extreme Hot Rod will boost indefinitely. The only way to stop boosting is to either crash or bring the car to a complete halt using the emergency/normal brakes.
The Extreme Hotrod has an incredibly upgraded engine as well as both front and rear spoilers to help stabilize it on the ground and improve traction. The famous boost wheelie has been kept in this car further enhancing its relationship with the Carson Hot Rod Coupe. The Extreme Hotrod is best used in Races thanks to its boost type and its ability to surpass even the Hunter Manhattan in barrel rolls when sent off a split ramp makes it a good choice for Stunt Runs as well. The hotrod can be useful in Time Road Rules if players can safely navigate the roads whilst boosting. Marked Man and Road Rages are still risky events as the exposed front wheels make most crashes fatal, despite its strength. In the right hands, the Carson Extreme Hotrod can outrun and outperform almost any car in Paradise City due to its boost mechanics.
The Extreme Hotrod certainly lives up to its name. Think ahead before unleashing the apocalyptic boost power. You'll need plenty of clear road ahead, and once it's on, it's on for good!
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The Carson Extreme Hotrod is based on a 1930 Ford Coupe used in RatRod culture although it has highly exaggerated features. It also has a slight resemblance to the Hot Wheels car "Way 2 Fast."
- The numberplate on the Extreme Hot Rod follows a similar pattern to the numberplates in Burnout Dominator. The license plate reads "P-DLC-SHR" which stands for "Premium-Downloadable Content-Super Hot Rod." Super Hot Rod might have been the original name for this vehicle as the word Super appears on the front aerofoil.
- This vehicle can not be used in an Online Cops and Robbers game.
- A glitch in the 1.90 update sometimes displays this vehicle as the "Hunter Extreme Hot Rod" instead of "Carson Extreme Hot Rod" in the Junkyard.
- A few billboards on Big Surf Island advertise the Extreme Hotrod. On the picture there are exhaust fumes coming out of the air intake pipes right above the engine which is not entirely accurate to the in-game model of the car.
- The exhaust pipes on both sides of the car will extend outwards and the spoiler adjusts to a different angle when boost is applied.
- The Extreme Hot Rod has 4 exhaust pipes on either side of the engine block but only 2 of them emit flames whilst boosting.
- The color of the boost flames that come out of the exhaust pipes are similar to boost flames that come out of most cars in Burnout 3: Takedown and Burnout Revenge.
- Whenever the player participates in an Offline Race or Road Rage event with the Extreme Hotrod, Hunter Reliable Specials tend to appear as opponents instead of the Hunter Reliable Custom.
- If you boost and press square quickly, you can spin around and boost in reverse.