It is an average tuner car in the style of a 2006 Saturn Ion with the greenhouse area of a 2-door Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) modified with a roof scoop, body kit, eyelid headlights and a carbon fiber hood and spoiler. It features a badge located in the front fascia, which reads JR-T, in the style of the Nissan GT-R logo.
The Sunray has the handling of a modified FF car, which means it has heavy understeer at high speeds, but is generally easy to control at low speeds. However, it's top speed leaves something to be desired at its tier. It boasts average nitro boost and strength. The Sunray can be used effectively in both races and derbies.
The Sunray has been somewhat changed in Flatout Ultimate Carnage. It boasts relatively higher top speed and has become heavier. It sports different rims and eyelids in this version. As a result of the changes, it is a better contender in general.
It is driven by Jack Benton in the Street races.
- Redline: 8.000 rpm
- Class: Street
- Type: Tuner
- Body Style: 2-Door coupe
- Cost: 60,000
- Drivetrain - FF
- 0-100 km/h (0-60 mp/h): 3.667 seconds
- 0-160 km/h (0-100 mp/h): 7.000 seconds
- 0-200 km/h (0-125 mp/h): 9.933 seconds
- Speed: 300 km/h (186 mph)
Note: All measurements have been made on the Test Track, using automatic shifting, 100% upgrades, full throttle as soon as the "Go" appears and no nitro. These values can vary on different surfaces, with manual shifting and different driving styles, as well as other upgrade settings.
- It appears to have a Japanese licence plate, a nod to the fact it is a tuner car.
- It uses the same rim design as the Road King and the Rocket, as well as the Nucleon.
- The Rocket is the stunt version of the Sunray.
- Oddly enough, the Sunray is an FF car, unlike the AWD Nissan Skyline GT-R which the car is based on.
- The engine is a very useful, high revving, but dangerous V6, since the car has FWD traction.
- It's license plate, SDK 205, could stand for SHORT DICK or Software Development Kit, either way, 205 is a term used to describe old subjects that are introduced as if new.