The Custom Coupe Ultimate of Burnout 3: Takedown is one of two vehicles ported from Burnout 2: Point of Impact. The Custom Coupe Ultimate boasts seven speed points making it capable of competing with even cars from the Sports series. Its weight statistic is very low making the Custom Coupe Ultimate bad at performing Takedowns and also means is best used for Race events. Its unlock requirement is very difficult to accomplish meaning the Custom Coupe Ultimate will have been outclassed by much better performing vehicles by the time it has been unlocked.
The Custom Coupe Ultimate's livery is light green with aqua tear-like thunder vinyls all over the body. This finish cannot be repainted.
How to Unlock Edit
Earn all of the Gold Medals in Crash Mode.
The Custom Coupe Ultimate greatly resembles a sixth-generation Honda Civic coupe with a modified bodykit. The rear greatly resembles the Honda CR-X with its taillights and its semi-hatchback appearance.
- This car is known as "The Boost Blast from the Past" according to a Burnout 3: Takedown loading screen as it first appeared in Burnout 2: Point of Impact.
- This vehicle is not an upgrade of the Custom Coupe despite its name.
- This car returns in Burnout Paradise as the Kitano Hydros Techno.
- But before returning in Burnout Paradise, it returns in Burnout Dominator, with its natural appearance.
- In Race tour, the Custom Coupe Ultimate only appears in Sliver Lake Special Event. In Crash mode, it is featured in Uphill Struggle.
- The Custom Coupe Ultimate is the only green car by default in Burnout 3: Takedown. (Not counting cars that can be repainted green.)
- If the player selects this car in Race and Road Rage, the rivals will use cars from the Coupe series.