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The Annihilator Street Rod represents the crowning glory of blue collar street racing. With a Speed Boost system and a maxed out boost speed, there's a definite speed theme going on here! This baby has nothing to fear from any race track bred supercar show ponies.

The Carson Annihilator Street Rod is one of nine new vehicles that was released in Burnout Paradise's Big Surf Island Update on June 11, 2009. This variant of the Carson Annihilator features a unique new livery, black aftermarket style rims and a more powerful engine than other Annihilator models.

How to Unlock[]

Earn 100% on your Big Surf Island License.


The Aggression boost has been converted to Speed boost which has maxed its boost statistics making it the fastest Annihilator in the game. The Street Rod can perform Wheelies like the other Hot Rods found in Paradise City. Because of its wheelie feature, however, care is needed when engaging the boost during Road Rage or Marked Man events, as this would result in a crash if the boost was discharged at the wrong time.

Furthermore, the Speed boost feature is not useful for taking on aggressive drivers in Road Rage because it becomes useless unless it is refilled again. The Street Rod is highly beneficial for races, although eschews its use in Stunt Run events because of its weight.


The Annihilator Street Rod is an amalgam of classic muscle car models with a custom hood blower and a more powerful big block engine. The front end is reflects the Plymouth Road Runner, and the body resembles based on a B-body Dodge Charger.


  • This car was first shown on PlayStation Network's Qore and was later seen in a Big Surf Island trailer released on May 22, 2009 alongside the Hunter Olympus Governor.
  • Details on this vehicle were first revealed in a news article created by Criterion Games on Friday June 5, 2009.
  • The first in-game footage of the Street Rod was featured in Episode 34 of Criterion's Crash TV on June 8, 2009.
  • This vehicle cannot be used in an Online Cops and Robbers.
  • This car is heavier than most speed boost cars and as such cannot perform some of the longer Super or Mega Jumps.
  • This vehicle sometimes bottoms out and loses control whilst turning on sharp downhill corners.
  • The Street Rod's headlamps do not operate at night.
  • The Street Rod's rear bumper can detach and hang off the vehicle, which is a common trait among the Annihilator model range.
  • The Street Rod has the same rims of the Jansen X12.
  • This is the only Annihilator variant to not have front fitted Carson badge.
  • The paint selection doesn't change the main colour of the car, instead affecting the dragon artwork on the sides of the vehicle.