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The Solar is a vehicle in Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV.

Overview[]

This compact saloon/sedan makes its debut appearance in Saints Row: The Third, it has the capacity to seat four occupants; one driver and three passengers. This car is used both by civilians and the Deckers.

Modifications[]

Saints Row: The Third

The Solar has a total of 17 Vehicle Customization options. It does not have Industrial Rims available. The available Wheel Sizes are 20-24 and the available Wheel Widths are 0–4.

Mods
  • 2 Hoods
  • 2 Front Bumpers
  • 2 Rear Bumpers
  • 4 Spoilers
  • Underglow
Paints
  • Body Color (2 sections)
  • Rim Color
  • Trim Color
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color
  • Mirrors
  • Mechanical Color
Saints Row IV

The Solar has a total of 37 Vehicle Customization options. It does not have Industrial Rims available. The available Wheel Sizes are 20-24 and the available Wheel Widths are 0-4

Mods
  • 2 Hoods
  • 2 Front Bumpers
  • 2 Rear Bumpers
  • 4 Spoilers
  • Underglow
  • 5 Decal 1s
  • 6 Decal 2s
  • 9 Decal 3s
Paints
  • Body Color (2 sections)
  • Rim Color
  • Trim Color
  • Window Tint
  • Interior Color
  • Mirrors
  • Mechanical Color

Variants[]

Saints Row: The Third
Saints Row IV
  • Average (100%)
  • Decker (0%)

Trivia[]

  • There is no Cheat for this vehicle in any game.
  • This vehicle was first revealed in the "Deckers.Die" trailer.[1][imagerefs 4]
  • The design features Japanese designing, such as the angular shaping of the rear lights. This vehicle's side profile is similar to the second generation Toyota Prius and second generation Honda Insight which has a similar sloping roof. This also explains the vehicle's name, Solar, as it describes a source of electrical energy. Nitrous oxide is still available, which does not promote the ecological benefit that a hybrid is supposed to produce. The front mainly resembles a second generation Toyota Yaris, but with a less angular hood and shape. Also, the headlights are smaller than the real life's Yaris'. The rear of the 5-door Hatchback loosely resembles a 2001-2006 (North American) Honda Integra, known as the Acura rsx which has a similar taillight shape.
  • The design also resembles a Ford Focus; the body frame looks more like the first generation if unmodified, while with the right modifications, it looks more like its third generation.
  • If the rear is damaged, the license plate falls off separately to the bumper

Gallery[]

Solar - Deckers variant - front left bailout in the Deckers.Die trailer

Solar - Deckers variant - rear in the Deckers.Die trailer

Solar - Deckers variant with nitrous in the Deckers.Die trailer

Solar in Saints Row: The Third

Solar in Saints Row: The Third

Solar in Saints Row: The Third

Solar in Saints Row: The Third

A Decker's Solar, parked in front of the doors of the deckers skyscraper

Genki Bowl Variant

The Genki Bowl Variant; Front View

The Genki Bowl Variant; Back View

The Genki Bowl Variant; Roof View

Genki Bowl Variant Pink logo

The Solar in Saints Row: The Third Remastered

The Solar in Saints Row: The Third Remastered

The Solar in Saints Row: The Third Remastered

The Solar in Saints Row: The Third Remastered

The Deckers Solar in Saints Row IV

The Solar in Saints Row IV

The Solar in Saints Row IV

The Solar in Saints Row IV

The Solar in Saints Row IV

Solar in Saints Row IV

Solar (Average) - front in Saints Row IV

Solar (Average) - rear in Saints Row IV

Solar (Average) - side in Saints Row IV

Solar (Decker) - front in Saints Row IV

Solar (Decker) - rear in Saints Row IV

Solar (Decker) - side in Saints Row IV


References[]


Dialogue references[]


Audio references[]


Image references[]

  1. Image: Rim #105
  2. Image: Rim #156
  3. Image: Rim #157
  4. Image: Solar - Deckers variant - rear in the Deckers.Die trailer

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