The Brooklyn is a two door muscle car in Driver Parallel Lines.
The car heavily resembles a 1965 Ford Mustang Coupe, and holds a long and wide look. The front features a basic fascia of 2 plain circular lights, and a simple hood-lip. The wheels are particularly large for a muscle car.
Being a muscle car, it is powered by what sounds like a V8 engine, and it can reach top speeds very quickly, and can survive many crashes with its dense and large frame.
(mph / km/h)
|5.0 (L) (Badges)||4 Seconds||94 mph (151.2 km/h)|
- The Brooklyn is one of the most common cars in the 1978 Era; It can be found commonly around all three boroughs.
- Still spawns around all boroughs, but to a lesser extent.
- The Brooklyn has a new exclusive paint job on Driver 76, in place of the original "Paintjob 1" (which is comprised of just a bodykit rather than an actual paintjob.)
- The vehicle appears on a poster inside Ray's Autos in the 1978 era. On the poster, the vehicle appears to sport new chrome attachments on the lower front fascia, a new set of 5-spoke muscle wheels, new chrome classic wing mirrors, and a rear spoiler. It is also titled "1974 Baxter 05", confirming both the beta name of the vehicle and its manufacturer year.