The Supermini is one of the five starting vehicles in the original Burnout, and is the only vehicle in the game to have the "Easy" rating. It is a small compact car that has good handling but below-average speed. At one point in development, it was known as the Frente GL. [1]

The Supermini is, essentiall ,the original Burnout's version of what would later become the Compact in the sequel, and also bears a few similarities to the Compact Type 2 from Burnout 3: Takedown. In many ways, the Supermini can be considered the predecessor of the Compact line, bearing a few similarities and possessing similar traits; the Supermini is a small car with good handling that can weave in and out of traffic with little trouble. However, it is not very fast, and the acceleration is also quite lacking. While a good choice for beginners, it's not the best vehicle for racing, especially in the later championship stages where placing 1st is mandatory.

The Supermini comes in five colors; blue, red, white, grey and black. Although not a possible option for the player, the CPU can also color the Supermini in yellow, a trait shared with many of the cars in the original Burnout.

How to Unlock Edit

The Supermini is unlocked from the start of the game.

Resemblance Edit

The Supermini bears some resemblance to a Rover 25, Peugeot 206. The front end especially resembles the Honda Civic Si Hatchback (3rd Generation).

See Also Edit

References Edit

  1. Red (February 22, 2013). Burnout [Beta - PS2, Xbox, GameCube]. Unseen64. Retrieved on March 1, 2013.