The BXR Bailey Blade GT1 is a track-tuned supercar made by BXR Motors.
The BXR Bailey Blade GT1 was added to the game as part of the July 27, 2016 Rio Update. It is the second Enduro Double Down-unlockable car of the update and the first Elite Car unlockable via Enduro Double Down.
The BXR Bailey Blade is a mid-high-end Class B car. It has a starting rank of 1540, a MAX rank of 1621 and a MAX+PRO rank of 1677. With an Elite tuning of 0808 [-4+4-4+4], the Bailey Blade has a final rank of 1678. The Bailey Blade has a Tuning Kit bonus of +20.
The BXR Bailey Blade GT1 has a very high raw top speed and a reasonably high total top speed. Due to its low Tuning Kit bonus, however, the Bailey Blade isn't very fast with a low-ranked configuration.
The Bailey Blade's speed is acceptable, only just below the Lotus Evora Sport 410's and Falcon F7's, in Class B. However, all three cars cannot compete with the Lamborghini Estoque, TVR Sagaris, Holden Coupe 60, Ferrari GTC4Lusso, and Mercedes-AMG GT3, due to possessing inferior speeds. Additionally, the McLaren MP4/8, which is slightly slower than all of these cars, can defeat most of them, due to its extreme acceleration.
The BXR Bailey Blade GT1 is not extremely competitive in Multiplayer or TLEs. However, the Bailey Blade is still viable for Multiplayer for reaching high Challenger League or low Pro League with a MAX+PRO configuration because the 1600-1700 ranks are very competitive for cars which cannot be Multiplayer tuned properly. Also, the Bailey Blade is decent for TLEs if the player has no alternative car.
The Bailey Blade's Elite status hinders usage, though, with the car being only usable 3-4 times before needing to be repaired.
When released for a limited time, the BXR Bailey Blade GT1 costs 6,400, the same price as a Peugeot Onyx. The BXR Bailey Blade was available between October 14 - 17 2016 in conjunction with an owners only event. As of the Car Blueprints Update, the Blade is available after getting 8 of its blueprints.