1987 Sunburst Evo RS 1.0

The more luxurious version of the fastest 80's car

  1. Rumble (Sunburst)
    "Sunburst Automotives is a rising car company that was founded by Rumble and Apollo in 1880. The members of Sunburst Automotives are constantly working to pull out the best cars in the automotive industry. Their first best seller iconic cars are the Sunburst Luxtera and Econa."

    This car was fully designed by aaatakźle and engineered by Rumble.

    Full specs list: A big v16 producing 406HP at its redline of 8000RPM
    : Very fast sports compound tires
    : RWD drivetrain
    : Luxury interior.
    : A top speed of 230MPH
    : A 0-60 time of 4:90 seconds!

    Right in front of you is laying a masterpiece, a legend of the 80's, the car that defined the true definition of speed. faster than any street legal production car at the time, this thing is bound to get you in trouble or a lot of fun.

    This wonderfull creation was made for the more sensible person, the person that loves luxury and comfort while still being able to go fast... of course only of they can afford one of these.

    The interior has been specially crafted by one of our top designer to ensure you that your Sunburst will *burst* your mind.

    All of this can be yours are the luxurious price of 1,100,000€(VAT included). Or if you can prove that you have owned a sunburst car for more than 10 years, you will get a huge discount allowing you to buy this car for just 1,000,000.

    "Sunburst... memories that last forever"

    Big shout out to our patreon: mben92

    (if you like our work and want to support us you can donate here: https://www.patreon.com/sunburstautomotives)

    (You can join our community here: https://discord.gg/dqzKpDGYCY)

    (Thank you for getting this far, drive safe :D)

Recent Reviews

  1. AlexDig
    Version: 1.0
    Hello. I tested your car on different tracks and there's my conclusion about this car:
    Honestly, it has same problems with design as it's SS version. But overall performance seems better, of course, because it's slower. So it is easier to control, but still slidy.
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