The Low Rider is the first vehicle of the Dominator class in Burnout Dominator. It is very easy to unlock the car and get access to top speed, but it handles poorly for being a heavier car. Unless it can be convinced to drift then it isn't effective at cornering. This factory makes it a poor choice for Maniac events and sub-types although in the right hands it can be a formidable foe in Road Rage. The Low Rider's acceleration is also poor and it is heavily dependent on boost in races. It is even less reliable in the PSP version where it is slower than the other Dominator cars. It is the Dominator Car of the Classic Series.
The Low Rider comes in Blue, Red and Black paint. It also bears a license of DOM 1 which is presumably a United States license plate from Pennsylvania.
How to Unlock Edit
The Low Rider is unlocked by getting Gold in the Dominator Challenge in the Classic Series.
- The Low Rider resembles many aspects of mid 1960's cars mixed together to create a distinctive look. The side design resemble a Chevrolet Impala and the taillights bear a striking resemblance to a 1968 Pontiac Catalina. The roof resembles the 1968-1970 Plymouth Road Runner while the front is similar to the 1967–1969 Plymouth Barracuda.
- The Low Rider first appeared in Burnout Revenge under the same name and later returned in Burnout Paradise as the Carson Opus and the Carson Opus XS.