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The BT One is a recurring semitruck featured in almost every driving game made by Xform.


Design

The BT One is based on the Kenworth T-800. 

Overview & Performance

Traffic Slam

The BT One appears in Traffic Slam as a traffic vehicle.

Burnin' Rubber 2

The BT One appears in Burnin' Rubber 2 as a parked vehicle.

Burnin' Rubber 3

The BT One appears in Burnin' Rubber 3 and is unlocked upon defeating Michael in the "Gateway" boss battle in Europe continent.

Despite being equipped with a powerful engine, the BT One is the slowest vehicle in the game, with a top speed of 150 mph. It also tends to understeer in corners for its heavy mass.

Due to being a boss vehicle, the player cannot customize this truck.

It also appears as a parked vehicle.

Engine Armor Handling Primary Weapon Secondary Weapon
7/10 8/10 3/10 10/12 11/12

Burnin' Rubber 4

The Big Truck appears in Burnin' Rubber 4 and is unlocked upon defeating Russell in "Route 66" boss battle.

It lacks its competitiveness in all races for its top speed and handling, but it has a powerful armor that makes the truck almost invulnerable to impacts and shoots.

It has a stock top speed of 161 mph. When fully upgraded, it can reach a top speed of 183 mph.

It also appears as a traffic vehicle and scenery item.

Engine Armor Handling Primary Weapon Secondary Weapon
6 Dots 8 Dots 5 Dots 7 Rounds 6 Rounds

Redline Rumble Revolution

The BT One appears in Redline Rumble Revolution. It has the task of starting the racers, and then resume them at the end of the race.

It also appears as a traffic vehicle, where the player can use the truck's trailer to hide from the cops.

Traffic Slam 2: Detonation

The BT One appears in Traffic Slam 2: Detonation as a traffic vehicle.

Downtown Drift

The Big Daddy appears in Downtown Drift and can be purchased with a price tag of $75.000.

It is decently quick but has poor handling, although it is one of the strongest and one of the heaviest vehicles in the game, in fact, it has a large capacity (along with the School Bus and the El Diablo) to destroy the opponent's cars.

It can reach a top speed of 209 km/h.

Speed Handling Weight
65% to 70% 45% 95%

Traffic Slam 3

The BT One appears in Traffic Slam 3 as a traffic vehicle and it is attached with an oil tanker.

Sniper Team

The BT One appears in Sniper Team as a parked vehicle.

Burnin' Rubber 5 and HD

The BT One appears in Burnin' Rubber 5 and is unlocked upon completing the "Devils Run" Team VS challenge.

The large size of the BT One makes it sturdy, but also gives it sluggish handling and a hard understeer during corners. It is most suitable on boss battles, while in races it struggles to compete because of its poor performance.

It has a stock top speed of 78 mph without its engine upgrades. When fully upgraded, it can reach a top speed of 88 mph.

It also appears as a parked vehicle.

Engine Armor Handling Primary Weapon Secondary Weapon
4/10 7/10 3/10 4/10 5/10

Burnin' Rubber: Crash n' Burn

The BT One appears in Burnin' Rubber: Crash n' Burn as a traffic vehicle and parked in some places around the city.

Burnin' Rubber Shift

The BT One appears in Burnin' Rubber: Shift, and has the same role from Redline Rumble Revolution.

Sniper Team 2

The BT One appears in Sniper Team 2 as a parked vehicle.

Go Kart Go! Ultra! and WebGL

The BT One appears in Go Kart Go! Ultra! as a parked vehicle.

Hammer 2 - Reloaded

The BT One appears in Hammer 2 - Reloaded and first featured in the "Death From Above" mission.

It has a slow speed. The versions with the trailers are even harder to handle because the trailers doesn't move like how they should do.

Operation Desert Road

The Rhino appears in Operation Desert Road and costs 450 coins to buy.

Zombie Choppa

The BT One appears in Zombie Choppa as a parked vehicle.

Burnin' Rubber Cartapult

The BT One appears in Burnin' Rubber Cartapult and is unlocked upon destroying the zeppelin. When launching the vehicle, it releases black smoke. It has also a special feature, Whenever it touches the ground after launching it, it ignites a huge bomb.

It also appears as a traffic and parked vehicle.

Trivia

  • The BT One had different changes during the development:
    • The traffic / parked variant got square taillights and lacks fog lights compared to the playable one; although the parked one from Burnin' Rubber 5 doesn't feature these changes.
    • In Redline Rumble Revolution and Burnin' Rubber: Shift, it received a different facelift, and it's more loyal to its real counterpart.
    • In Downtown Drift, the BT One lacks its taillights (only normal map can be seen).
    • In Burnin' Rubber: Crash n' Burn and Burnin' Rubber: Cartapult, the traffic variant had a decrease in volume, accompanied by some minor changes.

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