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Personalized specifically for Vector, the default Beat Monster features a front grill resembling crocodile fangs and a pair of large speakers on its rear. It is as well decorated with various details that are derived from Vector's own appearance and attire, such as its gold linings and three red spikes on the back.
In Team Sonic Racing, the Beat Monster appears as Vector's race car, specially created by Dodon Pa for Vector. During the events of the game, the Beat Monster was one of the cars Dodon Pa gave Vector and his friends so they could compete in his Grand Prix competition. Vector would afterward used it during the races and challenges he participated it. However, the Beat Monster was eventually destroyed when the heroes had to leave it aboard the crashing Final Fortress. Fortunately, Dodon Pa promised to replace it with a new one.
In this game, the Beat Monster's basic statistics show it has high defense and boost, moderate top speed, and poor handling and acceleration. However, its statistics, as well as its artistic design, can be modified by replacing its parts.
The Beat Monster has the following exclusive Performance Parts that can be used to modify it:
Advertisements found on various tracks in Team Sonic Racing illustrate earlier concepts of the Beat Monster, with notable differences such as the car lacking its lower set of teeth, the spikes on the back of the car being white instead of red, the auto paint having different tones of green and instead being named "The Tailgator."
Tailgator is a wordplay on "tailgating", which commonly describes the behavior of driving dangerously close behind someone, not leaving them any space, and "alligator".
The advertisements also state that the Beat Monster is "from Donpa Motors".