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Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box
| Description: Perform the actions below to unlock the desired car(s):|
|Carbon Hydros Custom||Complete all Showtime Road Rules|
|Carbon Ikusa GT||Complete all Time Road Rules|
|Rossolini Tempesta||Achieve an A Class License|
|Carson Fastback||Achieve a B Class License|
|Nakamura SI-7||Achieve a C Class License|
|Hunter Mesquite||Achieve a D Class License|
|Carson GT Concept||Achieve a Burnout Driving License|
|Jansen Carbon X12||Land All 50 Superjumps|
|Montgomery Carbon Hawker||Break All 120 Billboards|
|Carson Carbon GT Concept||Break All 400 Smashes (yellow fences)|
|Krieger Carbon Uberschall 8||Finish 2 Sets of Online Challenges|
| Description: Unlock the licenses listed on the left side below, win the specified number of events in the game listed on the right side.|
|Gold & Platinum Paint ||100%|
| You can use alternate paint colors on your car that would not otherwise be available to you immediately. If you earn the Elite level license, you can use gold paint. If you have a 100% completion file attached to your Elite level license, you can use platinum paint.|
|Stunt Car Recommendations ||100%|
| The Hunter Vegas and Vegas Carnivalle are the best at getting air time, despite their low speed and poor steering. They can be achieved very early in the game, and their only downside is that they are poor at barrel rolls. The Jansen P12 and P12 Track Package are excellent at barrel rolling. They can be earned about midway through the game. For flat spinners, check out the Rossolini Tempesta and Tempesta GT, earned later in the game. Despite being Speed class cars, they never want to travel straight for very long, making their e-brake very powerful and therefore fueling some amazing flat spins. For those of you with Big Surf Island, forget the P12's for barrel rolling, use the Toy 88 Special. It doesn't like leaving the ground, but in terms of barrel rolls, it is supreme ruler. For those Boost Specialists, the Extreme Hot Rod makes the Tempestas look like barges in comparison to its flat spin power. If you have the Legendary Cars, then look at the Jansen P12 88 Special, because it too has some serious air time capabilities.|
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|Unlockable Challenge Cars ||100%|
| There are two cars in the game that can only be unlocked by completing online challenges. The first is the Carbon Uberschall 8, awarded after completing two sets of 60 freeburn challenges. A set of 60 is all 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, 6-, 7-, or 8-player challenges, timed and normal. This is a downgrade from the normal Uberschall, however, as it has less speed and boost, but it's stronger and I personally think that it's one of the finest stunt cars in the game. The other car is the ninth car of the Big Surf Island expansion pack, and is not required to get 100% Island. It is the P12 Diamond, awarded after all 500 challenges are complete. THIS INCLUDES THE TEN ISLAND CHALLENGES AND THE BIKE CHALLENGES. It's as fast as cars like the Carson GT Concept and Montgomery Hawker, but there are plenty with greater boost, and it's not very strong. The P12 Diamond is more a status symbol than anything else.|
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|Halt the Hot Rod Locked Boost ||96%|
| Description: Perform an E turn (X button) to stop the Hot Rod's boost. You may have to do this 2 times.|
|One Car, Many Jobs ||100%|
| The Carson GT Nighthawk, from the Legendary Cars DLC, is the Swiss-Army knife of Burnout Paradise. Being a Speed car, it is the ideal choice for races, especially since its boosting acceleration is better than any other car out there. It also has maxed out Strength, making it a superb choice for Road Rage and Marked Man. Despite this, it's also a really tight drifter, meaning that when drifting, its turning radius is drastically reduced, allowing it to take 90-degree turns at extremely high speed. To top it all off, it's still a Carson GT, so it's pretty good at stunts.|
|Legendary Cars: Their Inspiration ||67%|
| Jansen P12 88 Special: DeLorean from Back to The Future|
Hunter Spirit: Eco-1 from Ghostbusters
Carson GT Nighthawk: KITT from newer Knight Rider
Cavalry Bootlegger: General Lee from Dukes of Hazard
|Easy "Boosting Around the World" Achievement ||50%|
| If you don't have Big Surf Island, use the Nakamura S1-7, otherwise, use the Toy GT Nighthawk. Take either car to the interstate in oncoming traffic. The S1-7 works because it is the slowest Speed-class car, allowing for plenty of time to move out of the way of traffic. The Toy Nighthawk is a better choice, though, because it is the strongest Speed-class car the only things that can effectively stop it are a bus and a solid wall, so you can almost go straight through the traffic. I say "almost" because, depending on the angle you hit a car, you can continue unaffected or, occasionally, spin out. I used the Toy Nighthawk and managed a 27x boost chain before getting bus-ted.|