The Prestige Racer is a sports touring car in Driver: Parallel Lines.
The Prestige Racer is a heavily-modified racing version of the stock Prestige, which is based on a Chrysler 300M. The car features a white livery decorated with a turquoise "Hexagon6 Racing Technologies" pattern around both sides of the car, and much like other racing cars, stickers of sponsors around the car. The car also features a modified grille, fog lights on the car's front fascia, twin exit, twin exhausts, narrower racing tires with two-spoke alloy rims, a carbon fibre racing wing, bumper splitters and side skirts.
The car has increased acceleration due to the upgraded engine, giving the car an extra boost to reach its even higher top speed. The handling of the car is also much more responsive and agile, giving the car excellent cornering. The racing tyres give the car more traction and therefore much less tire-spin and lack of movement during take-off acceleration, as well as decreased chances of loosing control in cornering.
(mph / km/h)
- 1978 Era
- 2006 Era
- Unlocked once the player wins the New Jersey Circuit Race on "Hard" difficulty.
- Prestige - Standard version.