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The purpose of using aesthetic features in Fatal Inertia is to help distinguish players in online matches and additionally improve a vehicle's performance. New paint skins, emblems, and parts are obtained by progressing through Career Mode or achieving specific tasks in the other modes.

Engine UpgradesEdit

Engine parts for the player's racecraft. Affects the vehicle's top speed and acceleration, boosting its thrust capabilities. The hues of the afterburners signify the engine's raw power.

Parts Obtain Method
Engine 1 Initially available.
Engine 2 Given as a prize in the Cardinal Series II.
Engine 3 Given as a prize in the Throttle Series II.
Engine 4 Given as a prize in the Armageddon Series.
Engine 5 Given as a prize in the Elite Level Qualifier.
Engine 6 Given as a prize in the Cardinal Series III.
Engine 7 Given as a prize in the Nightfall Series II.
Engine 8 Given as a prize in the Throttle Series III.
Engine 9 Given as a prize in the World Championship.
Engine 10 Earn the Perfectionist achievement.

Brake UpgradesEdit

Brake parts for the player's racecraft. Affects the braking capabilities of the vehicle. Better parts enable more opportunities to perform brake boosts during races.

Phoenix Aurora Mercury Titan Obtain Method
PHX-B0 AUR-FN0 MER-TB TN-B0 Initially available.
PHX-B1 AUR-FN1 MER-STB TN-B1 Given as a prize in the Nightfall Series.
PHX-B2 AUR-FN2 MER-SSTB TN-B2 Given as a prize in the Hurricane Series.
PHX-B3 AUR-FN3 MER-XSTB TN-B3 Given as a prize in the Armageddon Series II.
PHX-B4 AUR-FN4 MER-XXSTB TN-B4 Earn the 36 Second Time Trial achievement.

Hull UpgradesEdit

Hull parts for the player's racecraft. Affects the strength, mass, and acceleration of the vehicle. Useful in enhancing both speed and durability.

Parts Obtain Method
Ultra Light Earn 50 points in Xbox Live.
Light Given as a prize in the Demolition Series.
Standard Initially available.
Medium Given as a prize in the Scramble/Expressway Series.
Heavy Given as a prize in the Prodigy Series.

Wing UpgradesEdit

Wing parts for the player's racecraft. These affect the handling, acceleration, and top speed of the vehicle. Large-sized wings, however, may also cause crafts to be more vulnerable to collisions.

Parts Obtain Method
Wing 1 Initially available.
Wing 2 Given as a prize in the Cardinal Series II.
Wing 3 Given as a prize in the Nightfall Series.
Wing 4 Initially available.
Wing 5 Given as a prize in the Throttle Series II.
Wing 6 Given as a prize in the Demolition Series.
Wing 7 Given as a prize in the Armageddon Series.
Wing 8 Given as a prize in the Cardinal Series III.
Wing 9 Given as a prize in the Scramble/Expressway Series.
Wing 10 Given as a prize in the Nightfall Series II.
Wing 11 Given as a prize in the Hurricane Series.
Wing 12 Given as a prize in the Throttle Series.
Wing 13 Given as a prize in the Prodigy Series.
Wing 14 Given as a prize in the Armageddon Series.
Wing 15 Earn the Destructor II achievement.

Phoenix Upgrade PartsEdit

Aurora Upgrade PartsEdit

Mercury Upgrade PartsEdit

Titan Upgrade PartsEdit

Front UpgradesEdit

Front parts for the player's racecraft. Does not affect the overall parameters of a vehicle.

Parts Obtain Method
Front 1 Initially available.
Front 2 Initially available.
Front 3 Given as a prize in the Armageddon Series.
Front 4 Given as a prize in the Hurricane Series.
Front 5 Given as a prize in the World Championship.
Front 6 Given as a prize in the Cardinal Series II.
Front 7 Given as a prize in the Demolition Series.
Front 8 Given as a prize in the Scramble/Expressway Series.
Front 9 Given as a prize in the Armageddon Series II.
Front 10

Phoenix Upgrade PartsEdit

Aurora Upgrade PartsEdit

Mercury Upgrade PartsEdit

Titan Upgrade PartsEdit

Tail UpgradesEdit

Tail parts used for decorating the player's racecraft. Does not affect the overall parameters of a vehicle.

Parts Obtain Method
Tail 1 Initially available.
Tail 2 Initially available.
Tail 3 Given as a prize in the Demolition Series.
Tail 4 Given as a prize in the Cardinal Series III.
Tail 5 Given as a prize in the Nightfall Series.
Tail 6 Given as a prize in the Nightfall Series II.

Phoenix Upgrade PartsEdit

Aurora Upgrade PartsEdit

Mercury Upgrade PartsEdit

Titan Upgrade PartsEdit

Side Panel UpgradesEdit

Side panel parts for the player's racecraft. Does not affect the overall parameters of a vehicle.

Parts Obtain Method
Side Panel 1 Initially available.
Side Panel 2 Initially available.
Side Panel 3 Given as a prize in the Throttle Series II.
Side Panel 4 Given as a prize in the Armageddon Series II.
Side Panel 5 Given as a prize in the Prodigy Series.
Side Panel 6 Given as a prize in the Hurricane Series.

Phoenix Upgrade PartsEdit

Aurora Upgrade PartsEdit

Mercury Upgrade PartsEdit

Titan Upgrade PartsEdit

Cockpit UpgradesEdit

Cockpit parts for the player's racecraft. Does not affect the overall parameters of a vehicle.

Parts Obtain Method
Cockpit 1 Initially available.
Cockpit 2 Initially available.
Cockpit 3 Given as a prize in the Nightfall Series.
Cockpit 4 Given as a prize in the Scramble/Expressway Series.
Cockpit 5 Given as a prize in the World Championship.
Cockpit 6 Given as a prize in the Throttle Series III.

Phoenix Upgrade PartsEdit

Aurora Upgrade PartsEdit

Mercury Upgrade PartsEdit

Titan Upgrade PartsEdit

Spoiler UpgradesEdit

Spoiler parts for the player's racecraft. Does not affect the overall parameters of a vehicle.

Parts Obtain Method
Spoiler 1 Initially available.
Spoiler 2 Initially available.
Spoiler 3 Given as a prize in the Cardinal Series II.
Spoiler 4 Given as a prize in the Nightfall Series II.
Spoiler 5 Given as a prize in the Throttle Series III.
Spoiler 6 Given as a prize in the World Championship.
Spoiler 7 Given as a prize in the Throttle Series II.
Spoiler 8 Given as a prize in the Armageddon Series.
Spoiler 9 Given as a prize in the Cardinal Series III.

Phoenix Upgrade PartsEdit

Aurora Upgrade PartsEdit

Mercury Upgrade PartsEdit

Titan Upgrade PartsEdit

Paints & EmblemsEdit

Garage Mode enables players to further modify the appearance of their vehicle with painted skins and frontal emblems. These are merely for cosmetic appearance and have no effect on a racecraft's overall performance. Paints come in 6 different sets with 40 choices each. Both gloss and metallic colors offer single tone or two tone colors. Alternatively, players may change the skin of their crafts with textures instead. Emblems, on the other hand, decorate the racecraft's front piece with an insignia of the player's choice. They are divided into 12 sets, each one bearing an assortment of 5 different emblems. These come in black, white, red, blue, and green.

Paint SetsEdit

Sets Obtain Method
Paint Set 1 Initially available.
Paint Set 2 Given as a prize in the Skirmish Series.
Paint Set 3 Given as a prize in the Cardinal Series II.
Paint Set 4 Given as a prize in the Throttle Series II.
Paint Set 5 Given as a prize in the Hurricane Series.
Paint Set 6 Given as a prize in the World Championship.

Emblem SetsEdit

Sets Obtain Method
Emblem Set 1 Initially available.
Emblem Set 2 Given as a prize in the Cardinal Series.
Emblem Set 3 Given as a prize in the Throttle Series.
Emblem Set 4 Given as a prize in the Nightfall Series.
Emblem Set 5 Given as a prize in the Demolition Series.
Emblem Set 6 Given as a prize in the Armageddon Series.
Emblem Set 7 Given as a prize in the Cardinal Series III.
Emblem Set 8 Given as a prize in the Scramble/Expressway Series.
Emblem Set 9 Given as a prize in the Nightfall Series II.
Emblem Set 10 Given as a prize in the Throttle Series III.
Emblem Set 11 Given as a prize in the Prodigy Series.
Emblem Set 12 Given as a prize in the Armageddon Series II.

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