The EA Racer GT is the fastest vehicle in Burnout Revenge alongside its Criterion counterpart. Under boost the EA Racer GT can reach an impressive 209 mph but its Super Light body means it is a terrible choice for Road Rage. On the other hand the GT is quite unstoppable in Race and Eliminator events thanks to its impressive acceleration and top speed.
The EA Racer GT has superb acceleration and super light weight that is crucial for racing, but it is one of the worst choices for road rage. The control is responsive to the extreme and the car handles without brakeless drifting. The EA Racer GT's sensitive movements can be both a player's best friend and worst enemy. If not handled well, the vehicle can lose all of its speed and control and end up facing a wall or in the wrong direction. Players may have to reverse to get out of such a situation. After spinning out, it sometimes takes a moment for the car to regain complete control. Although its capabilities are inferior to the Revenge Racer, the EA Racer GT can reach up to 215 MPH even though the boost speed is labeled 209 MPH.
Originally, the EA Racer GT was supposed to be the special car of Central Route, but it was accidentally swapped with the Criterion Racer GT in the earlier ports. However, this issue was fixed when Burnout Revenge was released for the XBOX 360 in 2006.
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The EA Racer GT is very reminiscient of the Bentley Speed 8 with the exception of its livery and overall length as the Bentley has both a longer nose and tail.
The EA Racer GT is based on the Modified Super from Burnout 3: Takedown as is the same car as the Criterion Racer GT. The difference between the two is that the latter is coated with a different livery and logo of the publisher.
- The EA Racer GT returns in Burnout Dominator as the GT Racer.
- The EA Racer GT's body is the same as the GT Racer's body and the Target car's icon.